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Nourishing and Caring for Family During the Holidays

The holidays begin early and last long in our family. We like it that way. We get together often, and for plenty of reasons. For us, it all starts with Thanksgiving week, followed by Las Posadas, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Three Kings Day, and, finally,…

Marbled Pumpkin Lime Cheesecake Bars

If you’re like me, and I suspect you are, you enjoy having a festive treat to serve your family and friends during the holiday season. Enter these little beauties. I love them. In fact, I love these Marbled Pumpkin Lime Cheesecake Bars so much, I think I’ll count…

Pinto Bean Soup [Sopa Tarasca]

I have a quick story about this Pinto Bean Soup, or, as we call it in Mexico, Sopa Tarasca. My cousin visited the State of Michoacán, Mexico, with his kids, and he introduced them to this delicious, local favorite. They loved it so much, over the next few…

Mexican Chocolate Pie with Cinnamon Drizzle

The holidays overflow with color, music, family and yummy food. Saving time and stress in the kitchen allows us more time to enjoy it all with the ones we love. That’s why using a few hacks and shortcuts to speed things up can be so important during this…

Pork Shoulder in Tamarind Sauce

Treat your family this Christmas to a mouth watering dish. This Pork Shoulder in Tamarind Sauce is a juicy, sweet and sour, delight. Serve with colorful, roasted veggies and warm bread. This pork shoulder in Tamarind Sauce recipe is part of a sponsored collaboration with the National Pork…

Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Apricot-Habanero Sauce

My family always prepares pork during our end of the year festivities. While pork is the constant, we like trying new recipes each year, and this Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Apricot-Habanero sauce is my latest creation. This recipe post was made possible by Smithfield® and DimeMedia. My comments,…

Red Pozole Recipe

Over the years, so many of you have asked when I would share my red pozole recipe. That day, I’m happy to say, has finally come. My Green Pozole with Chicken recipe has been a perennial favorite here at Mama Latina Tips, so you might be surprised to…

Poblano Peppers with Soy Sauce Pastry Braid

Rajas con Crema, a popular dish in Mexico, usually feature in tacos or tostadas. Poblano chiles are roasted, peeled, seeded, sliced and then sautéed together with sliced onions and simmered in sour cream. Satisfying and comforting, they taste smoky, creamy and spicy. Thanks to Kikkoman and Latina Bloggers Connect…






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