Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas

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

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Conchas Mexicanas (Mexican Seashells)

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)

Cinco de Mayo Part I

I'm excited to have this opportunity in sharing with you a little bit of my Mexican culture. I was born and raised in South Texas; the second of 4 girls. My grandparents were from Mexico but my parents were born in Texas. They were pastors and annually, we would travel as a family for 2-3 … Continue reading Cinco de Mayo Part I

Albondigas (Mexican meatballs)

Albondigas are my youngest sister's favorite. She puts in a request whenever we are visiting. This dish has a special place in my heart because my mother would make them when she knew I was having a rough week at school. My mother would plate the meatballs in a wide soup bowl. First serving black beans *(below this … Continue reading Albondigas (Mexican meatballs)

Albondigas a la Josefina

Coming January 11, 2014...Albondigas a la Josefina! If you don't know at all what I'm talking about, be sure to check this next post. But, if you do, still check it out! This recipe is common in Hispanic and Latin American homes but it has a different spin that I learned from my mother. It's … Continue reading Albondigas a la Josefina