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...Read more
The other day I had a craving for Milanesa de Res that just wouldn't go away. What's milanesa? It is beef pounded thin, lightly breaded and fried quickly on both sides. A friend of mine said, "It's like the Mexican version of chicken-fried steak."...Read more
Do you ever get bored in the kitchen? You know, cooking the same dish the same way every time? Sometimes all we need to do is switch things up. I felt like this recently when I purchased a pre-made pizza dough. We had some shredded...Read more
Nothing is better than the smell of ham baking in your kitchen . We typically use brown sugar and butter to make a glaze or even maple syrup. This time, we searched for a sweet fruit that is native to...
I grew up eating chile verde in burritos, quesadillas or on a plate with rice and beans. I'm talking about my all time favorite Slow Cooked Pork Chile Verde Recipe. It's pork shoulder (or butt) cooked so slow that it falls off...Read more
You'll never want to eat any other kind of enchilada after tasting these amazing Hatch Enchiladas Suizas with Chicken.In every bite, you'll enjoy the robust flavor and heat from the hot Hatch Green Chiles. Heavy cream and sour cream mellow the fire from...Read more
We are always looking for new inspiration in the kitchen. The hubby and I love to take classic dishes whether Mexican, American or Italian or (well, you get the picture) and switch it up a bit. This is what we did wit our Sopes...Read more
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