I went on salsa frenzy. All I could think of was salsa! What's not to love about it?! At my house, you'll find chips and salsa. Salsa can be customized to one's liking so there are many ways to make it. I typically use Serrano peppers or jalapeños. I learned that Serrano peppers are smaller … Continue reading We L·O·V·E Salsa!
Two Sundays ago, I cooked supper for my in-laws and we had a wonderful time. I enjoy spending time with them. I get much needed rest when I'm visiting. I love talking to my mother-in-law; she's one of my closest friends. I also love my father-in-law; he makes me laugh with his witty-self. They are awesome! I … Continue reading Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas
Oh my, I love Gorditas! They are substantial, wholesome, and easy to make. Gordita means "little fat one." They are corn cakes either deep fried or baked on a "comal" or skillet. You can fill them with cheese, meats, vegetables, beans or any other filling you desire. They are an excellent choice for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. … Continue reading You gotta love a Gordita!
I remember when I was a little girl dipping this sweet bread in my dad's coffee. It was the only time he would let me have coffee and I felt so grown. This pastry, known for its sugar topping that forms a seashell-like shape, is one of the most popular Mexican sweet bread. When you take a bite into one of these, … Continue reading Conchas Mexicanas (Mexican Seashells)
I had a lot of fun celebrating Cinco de Mayo. My girls looked adorable in their dresses! 🙂 The embroidery is gorgeous! We made colorful flowers made out of tissue paper to decorate for dinner and had show-n-tell about the pottery we bought on our past trips to Mexico. I'd love to go again to buy more. … Continue reading Cinco de Mayo Part II