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
Fresh lemon gelatin
A sexy and creamy panna cotta for Daring Bakers.
Coffee & Honey Panna Cotta (With Florentine Cookies) - The Daring Bakers
Sweet, fruity, creamy treat: Strawberries 'N' Cream Panna Cotta - February Daring Bakers Challenge
Vanilla Panna Cotta & Florentine Tuile drizzled with chocolate for the Daring Bakers Challenge Feb. 2011.
Honey panna cotta and cocoa nib florentines for this month's Daring Bakers' challenge.
Velvety smooth chocolate panna cotta is delectable with crunchy florentine cookies slathered in nutella.
DBC: Vanilla panna cotta with balsamic strawberry compote, served alongside Florentine cookies. [recipe]
Come back with Daring Bakers creamy and crunchy combination,Panna Cotta with Florentines
Buttermilk panna cotta layered with a fiery chile gelée and rich dark chocolate ganache.
Chocolate Panna Cotta and Coconut Florentine Cookies
Marionberry Panna Cotta
Panna Cotta with Strawberry Gelee for February Daring Bakers' Challenge
Papaya, avocados, lime juice and cilantro – this luscious tropical salad will make you feel like you are in the sunny Caribbean.
Albondigas originated in Spain and means a spicy tomato meatball soup. In my book albondiga soup is the ultimate comfort food.
Its National Margarita Day -- Prickly Pear Frozen Margarita
Puerto Rican Rice with Green Olives
These taquitos are my attempt at replicating El Paso’s Chico’s Tacos’ famous beef tacos.
Koi Fish Jelly
Orange Gelatin [in portuguese]