I know. I know. I don't have a smitten of Irish blood in me, but for some reason I absolutely love celebrating St. Patrick's Day. As...
Monthly Archives: March 2012
[caption id="attachment_2120" align="aligncenter" width="620" caption="Homemade Red Chilaquiles...Simply one of the best Mexican breakfasts!"][/caption] This morning I woke up hungry. I shouldn’t have after Art and I devoured the night before a BBQ combo platter...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...Read more
[caption id="attachment_2092" align="aligncenter" width="620" caption="A piece of Capirotada, one of the most popular desserts eaten during the Lenten season."][/caption] One of the most beloved desserts to eat during the...Read more
On Wednesday night, LatinoFoodie ventured into Mercado la Paloma, which is south of downtown Los Angeles, where a short, stoutly chef sitting behind a table with a stack of cookbooks proudly signed his name one by one. He took a break just long enough to pose for...Read more
First, who doesn’t love capirotada? Piloncillo melted into a thick syrup, layers of raisins, nuts, and cheese all being soaked up by bolillo bread. Seriously, what’s not to like? But after making capirotada over the weekend, we were looking at the...Read more