mexican food

July 30, 2015

Poblano Peppers with Soy Sauce Pastry Braid

Tweet Thanks to Kikkoman and Latina Bloggers Connect for making this recipe post possible. As always my comments, opinions and love for world cuisines and flavors are my own. Rajas con Crema is a popular dish in Mexico, usually served in tacos or tostadas. Poblano chiles are roasted, peeled, seeded, sliced and then sautéed together […]

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June 11, 2015

Chicken and Linguica Taquitos Dorados Recipe

Tweet Thanks to Soy Connection by the United Soybean Board and Latina Bloggers Connect for making this post possible. All comments, opinions and my love for antojitos are my own. My Mexican family is large enough that we throw a party pretty much every week. Birthdays, anniversaries, quinceñeras, retirements, weddings, religious holidays, you name it […]

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May 14, 2015

Penne Pasta with Salsa Verde

Tweet   Thanks to Barilla® for making this recipe post possible. As always my comments, memories, and my love for pasta with salsa verde are my own. I don’t know if this happens in your family, but when I was growing up, we had a go-to sauce in our kitchen. You know what I mean. […]

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May 1, 2015

Easy Chipotle Spaghetti with Ground Beef and Cotija Cheese

Tweet   Thanks to Barilla® for sponsoring this story and recipe. As always my comments, memories and love for pasta are my own. My grandma wore an apron always, as one of her greatest pleasures was cooking for her family. She knew every grandchild’s favorite dish and would prepare it for our birthdays. Joining her […]

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April 16, 2015

Easy Chipotle Enchiladas

Tweet   Thank you HERDEZ® for sponsoring today’s story. My comments, recipes and love for celebrating Children’s Day are my own.   Children’s Day is April 30th in Mexico as well as in other parts of Latin America. Now I can tell you first hand, it’s a very popular day in Mexico. They celebrate with […]

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December 24, 2014

Mexican Ponche

Tweet   If you, like me, live outside Mexico, especially in the United States, and want to make Mexican Ponche for the holidays, this recipe is for you! As you well know, it can be difficult to get fresh Mexican fruits for this festive beverage, most especially guayabas and tejocotes (and my mom says if […]

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December 18, 2014

Chorizo Nachos a la Mexicana

Tweet   This is a compensated post in collaboration with Cacique Inc. and Latina Bloggers Connect.  My comments, opinions, and love for cheesy nachos are my own. When my boys visit my family in Mexico, one of the things they’ve turned into a regular event is going to the movies with their uncle. Now, where […]

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December 5, 2014

Lime Atole Recipe

Tweet   This is part of a sponsored collaboration with the California Milk Processor Board and Latina Mom Bloggers. However, all opinions expressed are my own. Favorite flavors from my childhood winters always included the delicious atoles my mom and grandma made. They made strawberry flavored atole, pineapple, lime, coconut, cinnamon, in the end, they […]

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October 24, 2014

Chicken and Pork Tinga with Chipotle and Orange

Tweet This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with Hunt’s® Tomato Sauce and Latina Bloggers Connect. As always, my opinions, comments and love for tomatoes are my own. Today’s recipe features a very popular dish in Mexico. Tinga refers to a dish that includes shredded meat and this is one of my favorites. As you […]

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June 8, 2014

Spicy Pinwheels with Cheese and Chorizo

Tweet This is a compensated post in collaboration with Cacique Inc. and Latina Bloggers Connect.  My comments, opinions, and love for soccer are my own. Go USA and Go Mexico. We are very pleased because that great international soccer party begins in just a few days down in Brazil. That means family reunions, food, smiles, […]

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