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Friends stopping by on a Friday night after a long week of work to unwind with good food, drinks, and the inevitable belly laughs. Every so often I crave a fresh salad with a mixture of flavors and textures. A favorite street food vendors sell in parts of Mexico and here in Southern California is corn in a cup with mayonnaise and Mexican cream. This Green Chile Chicken Enchilada Casserole is the perfect dish to serve on a Sunday with the family or to take to a potluck. How can you go wrong with layers of corn tortilla, melted cheese, succulent chicken and a green chile sauce that brings it all together?

Looking for some heat? Three ways to cook menudo and all exceptionally delicious. Below is our recipe for Menudo Verde. A traditional Mexican dish, menudo rojo is a spicy soup made with beef tripe. You either love it or hate it. Luckily, I grew up loving the red menudo my mom would make. I guess people are thrown off with the tripe ingredient. Makes them a little leery about the soup. This is part of a sponsored collaboration with Rumba Meats. However, all opinions expressed are our own. Thank you for supporting Rumba Meats. Scroll down for our special Promo Code you can use on your next Rumba Meats order!

We are continuing our love affair with Rumba Meats Beef Oxtails. Summer is officially over, but this heat is still sticking to us like a pair of wet jeans. Well, ya still gotta eat, so take it outdoors and stand in the shade while you warm up your grill because here is a simple and light grilled salmon recipe with red chimichurri. Happy World Dulce de Leche Day!! We are celebrating with a simple sweet treat.

Cocadas are a type of coconut confection found throughout Latin America. Mounds of soft and chewy coconut held together with sweetened condensed milk are pretty good, but adding some dulce de leche takes these treats to the next level. The tender pork simmers in a slightly tangy green tomatillo sauce that has a nice spicy kick to it. The combination is magical. The onions, garlic, and tomatoes meld heavenly with the Hatch chile. We used a hot Hatch chile so this recipe is on fire. You can choose to use mild or medium heat chiles. Have you ever cooked with Oxtail before?

In many countries, oxtail can either be seen as a delicacy or comfort food. The best part of writing a food recipe blog with someone is that you can sit and compare family recipes like this Beef Picadillo.

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Both of our moms were tremendous cooks but rarely used written recipes. Most of the meals came from what they learned growing up. Depending on the heat of the poblano pepper, the dish can be spicy or slightly spicy. People eat Rajas con Crema simply in a corn tortilla as a taco or top a chicken breast or steak with the creamy mixture. It is beef pounded thin, lightly breaded and fried quickly on both sides. 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 carnitas leftover from a Farmer John Pork Butt we slow cooked the night before. Some are dipped in chocolate and rolled in crushed nuts. Love is in the air, so why not in our bellies? The five course tasting menu was designed around our love for each other. The fifth course, the dessert course, was our take on the classic red velvet cake.


Ripe organic peaches for a spicy hot wing glaze. Tropical passion fruits for a tart vinaigrette. Spiced Forelle pears for a fall pie. Poached pears are of two worlds: Simple, yet complex. Humble, yet elegant. Modest, yet decadent. With the Super Bowl in the rear-view mirror, it is time to turn off football and turn on a sexy dessert.

Poaching pears is a surprisingly easy affair and a delicious seductive treat. Chocolate has a place in my kitchen and my heart because that is where my chocolate desserts are born: for my friends, family and my beau. However, all opinions expressed are my own.

hocapecsoftvi.ga The golden crown that makes a man a king. Although in our photos, the soup looks loaded with goodness, the soup itself is quite simple with pork and hominy and a light broth. Cornbread is food for the soul and the cornerstone of Soul Food. Cornbread in a skillet, or skillet bread, made with lard or bacon drippings can be bliss.

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 Mexico and South America and would pair nicely with some heat of a Habanero pepper. I grew up eating chile verde in burritos, quesadillas or on a plate with rice and beans. Heavy cream and sour cream mellow the fire from the Hatch chiles. Did you know? 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.

The dishes were outstanding and traditional in flavor. This post is sponsored by Society Culinaria on behalf of Cacique. Thank you for supporting the brands we love. Taking a classic dish and making it your own. You can find our recipe at the Jade Asian Greens website. Art and I have been looking to incorporate more vegetables in our meals. In early summer, berries are plentiful at farmers markets and local grocery stores.

The warm weather also has us yearning for refreshing cocktails. Recently we had a minor scare with both of our fathers and their hearts. One had to have a pacemaker inserted and the other was rushed to the hospital for chest pains. The enormity of the experience have Art and I rethinking our recipes for ourselves and loved ones. A time of year to honor the gifts and love your mother has unselfishly offered you all these years.

Latinofoodie would like to acknowledge our mothers — Norma Rodriguez and Cecilia Chavez — two powerful and loving women who gave their love unconditionally in a grand way to us. Winter has come and gone and the warmer weather is hitting Southern California with a vengeance. On days like today where temperatures are reaching close to the 90s, I want to treat my family with a cool and refreshing snack.