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A Brief History of Tamales in Santa Ana

By Gustavo Arellano  in OC Weekly ​ You know that book about the history of Mexican food in the United States that I mention in every other post? I released a brief, brief preview of it in the Food section … Continue reading

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Best Mexican Food in Midland, Texas

Food, Fun and Fajitas to Drool Over Miss_taing, Yahoo! Contributor Network For a city with a population just over 100,000, Midland, Texas offers a nice array of dining choices for those with finer tastes as well as someone looking for … Continue reading

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Tikin xic style fish

From Chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita cuisine “ “This recipe is inspired by the legendary Yucatecan Tikin xic style prepared  fish. The original recipe uses a whole fish rubbed with achiote seasoning and grilled over the coals of coconut husks. If you … Continue reading

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Encacahuatado

from my family recipes Ingredients 1 kg of pork beef loin 2 liters of water 3 guajillo chiles, washed, cored, seeded 1 Charcoiled tortilla 1 cup peanuts ½ onion 1 red tomato 2 cloves garlic Oil for frying salt

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Floffy Lemon Jelly

The recipe for this jelly, so spongy consistency was provided by Doña Licha Ledesma published is in the cook book green, white and red, by the Chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita. Ingredients 600 ml of water 1 tablespoon sugar 170 gr … Continue reading

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Nopales Salad

To remove the slime to the nopales need to be cut and washed several times until the water does not leave sticky, cook and drain. Can also be added to the cooking garlic, onion and bay leaf.

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Fish Strips (Tiritas or fajitas)

Ingredients ½ kg  of sea bass fillet ½ cup lemon juice 3 chopped green serrano chiles into thin strips ½ cup red onion, sliced ​​very thin 1 tablespoon salt 1 tablespoon freshly ground black pepper 2 tablespoons dried oregano 1 … Continue reading

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COCOA AND ITS BEAUTIFUL LEGEND OF LOVE

Saint Valentine’s Day and some other celebrations,  is not something that interested me at all, instead of making ways to celebrate important, I always say I am Mother, Daughter, Girlfriend, Friend, and some more that probably I’, forgetting right now, … Continue reading

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Cooking Dreams

By: Elsie Méndez Accompanied by: Carlos Dragonné This article is being inspired after watching – for the fourth time – the film Julie & Julia which, as I’m sure many of you do, I also enjoy it everytime I watch … Continue reading

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