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- If you’re like me, the holidays can be a big sparkly, glittery blur. We made (and ate) our fair share of tamales and gained a pound or two, but before you take down that last string of Christmas lights remember that in many parts of the world the holidays are not over just yet. In Mexico, the big day for Continue Reading...Read More
- THIS IS PART OF A SPONSORED COLLABORATION WITH MILKPEP AND DIME MEDIA. However, ALL OPINIONS EXPRESSED ARE MY OWN. #HERENCIALECHE As the song lyrics say, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” What better way to bring cheer and goodness into your home this holiday season than with a Raisin Coconut Bread Pudding. Made with whole milk, the bread Continue Reading...Read More
- This Pozole Rojo, or “red” pozole, is made with pork shoulder or shanks, red chiles, and lots of hominy corn. Although in our photos, the soup looks loaded with goodness, the soup itself is quite simple with pork and hominy and a light broth. Serve with small bowls of garnishes for people to add to their bowls of soup, such Continue Reading...Read More
- The holidays are synonymous with tamales in most Latin households, and a favorite dish of Mexico. We love green chile pork tamales. The truth is that everyone has their treasured family recipe. Most of the time, we will make our chile sauce from scratch. But in a pinch for a weekend dinner party, using the zesty blend of HERDEZ® Tomatillo Continue Reading...Read More
- Cornbread is food for the soul and the cornerstone of Soul Food. Tex-Mex has made adding jalapeños, fresh corn kernels, and shredded cheese a popular accessory in the hearty bread. Cornbread in a skillet, or skillet bread, made with lard or bacon drippings can be bliss. If you want to forego the heart palpitations, bake it in the oven. The Continue Reading...Read More