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- The intimate, bustling neighborhoods that surround the Santa Fe Plaza, simmer with the spices and flavors that not only make up the Southwestern palate, but are steeped in the essence that proudly calls itself New Mexican cuisine. Welcome to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where everyone is family. Already into our second full city stop on our “Kitchens of the Southwest Continue Reading...Read More
- This is part of a sponsored campaign with DiMe Media and Hass Avocado Board. However, all opinions are our own. #SaboreaUnoHoy It has always been a part of our family. An unwanted dinner guest who just wouldn’t leave. I am talking about Diabetes. Diabetes is an urgent health problem not only for my family but the entire Latino community. The Continue Reading...Read More
- This is part of a sponsored campaign with [ yellow tail ]. However, all opinions expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission Guidelines, 16 C.F.R Part 255. The long Labor Day Weekend is upon us and boy do we have a refreshing drink for you! [yellow tail] Sangria is a delicious mix Continue Reading...Read More
- When I think about southwest cuisine, bowls of thick, red chile pozole from Santa Fe comes to mind, or soft pillowy sopapillas drizzled with sweet honey from Albuquerque. It’s food associated with a certain city. But as we were planning our tour of the southwest and mentioned stopping by Sedona, nothing came to mind. Nada. Well, nothing food-related. When I Continue Reading...Read More
- Burritos La Palma, originally from Jerez, in the Mexican state of Zacatecas, has been satisfying the appetites of Angelenos for three years in the City of El Monte. Owner Alberto Bañuelos started his business more than 35 years ago with burrito franchises in Mexico, a total of 12, and luckily for us, one of them in Los Angeles County. The Continue Reading...Read More
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