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- This is part of a sponsored collaboration with Rumba Meats. However, all opinions expressed are our own. Thank you for supporting Rumba Meats. Have you ever cooked with Oxtail before? In many countries, oxtail can either be seen as a delicacy or comfort food. At one point, oxtail was considered a part of the animal that only poor people ate, due Continue Reading...Read More
- If you love sipping wine while enjoying rich, bite-sized tastings of a citrus forward shrimp ceviche or tostadas topped with a smokey birria and pickled red onions topped with tiny bits of freshly minced habanero peppers that pack a punch, then you have to go to AltaMed’s East LA/OC Meets Napa Food and Wine Festivals. From what started as a Continue Reading...Read More
- We’ve got a quick recipe round-up featuring 4 WATERMELON RECIPES for your Independence Day celebrations! Happy 4th of July! Nothing says its summertime than a sweet, refreshing taste of watermelon....Read More
- The best part of writing a food recipe blog with someone is that you can sit and compare family recipes like this Beef Picadillo. Both of our moms were tremendous cooks but rarely used written recipes. Most of the meals came from what they learned growing up. Recently, we were talking about Mexican Picadillo recipes. We started to laugh because we both Continue Reading...Read More
- Mexican Rajas con Crema are flame roasted poblano chiles, cut into strips and cooked with onions and garlic and Mexican crema. Depending on the heat of the poblano pepper, the dish can be spicy or slightly spicy. People eat Rajas con Crema simply in a corn tortilla as a taco or top a chicken breast or steak with the creamy mixture. Others Continue Reading...Read More
LA Food Fest Sunday Funday
Los Angeles Times | The Taste 2018
Your ticket is all-inclusive and is good for unlimited food, beer, wine & spirits tastings, plus all stage activities.