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- Migas – An American spin on a Traditional Spanish Dish May 24, 2017
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Monthly Archives: September 2016
We love Mexican food at our house – and enchiladas rate pretty high. Any kind of enchilda! Well here is one that went over big – and it freezes great for use another day!
Need a side dish for all the great Mexican dishes you have? My friend from Mexico taught me how to make Mexican rice years ago – the tomatoes were an experiment that worked! Give them a try!
So easy and so good – You will not have any leftovers of this dish! Make it ahead and freeze it for later, or serve it for dinner tonight!
My sister and I found this great little farmer’s market when we were playing at the coast. One of the vendors had these huge, beautiful poblano chile peppers! And so begins my relleno adventure!
I love cauliflower!! This not only worked great for dinner, but I added it to my lunch too!
It’s the first day of fall and for me, that signals the start of soup weather! What can be better on a cold day than a pot of homemade soup? Well, here’s a few to get you started!
This beef and pasta dish is believed to have originated in Russia in the 19th century. As the story goes, the chef to Count Pavel Stroganov created the recipe for a contest and named it after his employer. The fact … Continue reading