Black bean and lime tostadas - a perfect appetizer or entree for Cinco de Mayo!
How to make patacones (fried plantains).
This Mexican alternative to sangria is bold and robust. It has all the familiar wine and fruit of Spanish sangria but with a higher level of alcohol. Beware: It’s more dangerous than it looks.
Spice rubbed salmon tacos with avocado-tomatillo salsa.
A juicy Mexican Beef Burrito with a recipe for taco seasoning
Vegetable aspic in lemon jelly - Italian cuisine in the seventies part II [English recipe - scroll down]
Mango Coconut Sorbet - adding the coconut cream on top gives it a delicious creamsicle flavor. If serving adults you may want to add a bit of pizzazz to this child-hood treat by adding some coconut rum. Yum!
Lychee Panna Cotta with Guava Gelée-----a lovely tropical inspired dessert
Green Chile Tamale Pie - with a Masa Harina topping that my kids loved!!
Cuban Style Sweet Potatoes: Sweet potato, lime, garlic, and parsley are a perfect combination...
Chicken, Grilled Corn, and Poblano Quesadilla
Mousse cake - refreshing and light, perfect for any occasion
Orange Creamsicle Jello - Orange Jello and Cool Whip combine for a super easy dessert that magically separates as it chills!
Champagne mousse with strawberries
Fruit Squares with Cream Cheese Filling. Recipe with step-by-step pictures...
Strawberry Pie ~ Heavenly!
Chicken, black bleans and corn, topped with pepperjack cheese and cilantro on a tortilla pizza. Easy and delicious.
Thin sponge cake wrapped around white chocolate mousse, topped with a whipped cream frosting, a perfect way to celebrate a new blog home!
Minneola Orange Posset with Lime Whipped Cream - An egg-free citrus custard that's rich, elegant, and very easy.
Vanilla Pannacotta with mock kiwi gelee
Broken Glass Jello, a beautiful dessert made with condensed milk and lots of Jello!
Jamaica is pronounced (Ha-mike-ah) — not Jamaica, the Caribbean Island. In Mexico, agua de jamaica is served like we serve and drink iced tea in America.
Tembleque: A Puertorrican Coconut Dessert.
Frijoles de la Olla: These little nuggets can be eaten fresh, refried, or mixed in with chorizo. One pot of frijoles can evolve into so many other dishes.
St. Patrick's Day Jello Cream Cake. Three layers of fun.
A spicy, savory, traditional New Mexican soup
Cinnamon panna cotta
Orange Scented Chocolate Mascarpone Mousse - luscious, creamy goodness in a cup
A retro favorite, Crown Jewel Cake
Lemonade gelatin. Delicious. A must try!
The Asian answer to Jello!
Chari's Gingered Salsa Verde: This tangy, spicy green concoction is delicious on most everything but cake and cereal!
Cuban-Inspired Braised Beef with Oranges