It’s that time of year again. The time when we recall our ancestors for Day of the Dead. Growing up, I remember visiting the cemetery in Sonora, Mexico. Such a sharp contrast to cemeteries in the US! For example, in Mexico, the cemetery seemed full of life. Music, food, flowers. People congregating at grave sites
It’s aqua fresca Friday! Let’s made a refreshing thyme lemonade. This beverage is perfect way to stay cool this summer. It’s slightly sweet, tangy, with a subtle herbal flavor. The thyme in this recipe adds complexity and sophistication to the classic lemonade recipe. This may quickly become your new favorite summertime beverage! If you want
Mother’s Day season is here! I am proud to say that my other is a huge inspiration behind my cookbook, food blogs, and cooking videos. In honor of Mother’s Day, I would like to share my mother’s conchas recipe with you today! My mom owned and operated a bakery When I was growing up, my
Pinole Chia Pudding Overnight pinole chia pudding packs in so many nutrients in one tiny cup. For example, one cup contains 12 grams of fiber, 14 grams of protein, and 18 grams of net carbs. Topped with berries and you have a truly nutrient breakfast or snack. This recipe for Pinole chia pudding is vegan,
When I was growing up, my mom owned and operated a panaderia, or Latin bakery. Therefore, baking and eating pan dulce (Latin sweet bread) is a huge part of my life. Recently, I discovered that my toddler son has a gluten allergy. As a result, I am experimenting with different types of flours for baking.
My garden has an abundance of artichokes at the moment. That means, I am happy eating artichokes for dinner almost every night! After so many rounds of cooking up artichokes at home, I have discovered some hacks and tips to make the whole process a bit simpler. Read on for my advice on how to