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- Although our family’s Easter dinner consists of BBQ steaks, beans and rice, I still love a good ham for breakfast with eggs over easy during the holiday weekend. Most of the grocery stores have great deals this weekend on hams. Plus, the Easter Ham turns into so many other delicious dishes during the week: torta sandwiches, empanadas, and of course, Continue Reading...Read More
The Great Pepper Cookbook: The Ultimate Guide to Choosing and Cooking with Peppers by Melissa’s ProduceHot off the presses, our friends at Melissa’s Produce have once again rocked the recipe world with a new cookbook devoted to one of our favorite ingredients: peppers. We went to the book launch of The Great Pepper Cookbook and sampled their spicy bites and sweet treats. Melissa’s Produce is the largest variety distributor of fresh and dried peppers. The Continue Reading...Read More
- I was this close (pinching fingers together) to becoming a baker. But the 2 a.m. start times did a lot to sway me into a culinary tract in school. Still, those two baking courses at Le Cordon Bleu aroused within me a yearning to bake. The soft, fluffy sifted flour. The rich creamed butter. The yeasty smell of warm, fresh Continue Reading...Read More
- One of the most beloved desserts to eat during the Lenten season is Capirotada. It was brought over by the Spaniards and quite possibly had its roots in Roman cuisine (remember that Spain was part of the Roman Empire), but it seems Mexican home cooks have perfected Capirotada, especially since it has so many variants, depending on the region where the cook Continue Reading...Read More
- Due to our warmer than normal California spring weather, it is crazy and unfathomable to picture anyone standing over their stove making soup. However, there are parts of the country that are still under a blanket of snow or in the midst of a cold snap, like our familia out in Colorado Springs. I made this Sopa de Ajo recipe Continue Reading...Read More
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Sending out Easter blessings to all! Enjoy this time with family and friends. Here's an Easter Ham recipe: http://t.co/XjtFSyr7WV