Archive for 'May,2008'

Bon voyage friend…

I just got the very bad news that Trey, one of my best friends passed away. I am not writing this to load my readers with grief, but only to let you know that I am [...]

The Story of an Opera (Cake)

The Story of an Opera (Cake)

It is that time of the month again when almost 1000 Daring Bakers reveal their baking creations to the world. This month’s challenge was hosted by the founders of this amazing group, Ivonne and my lovely [...]

Mac and Cheese on Steroids

Mac and Cheese on Steroids

This is going to be a short post. I am really tired right now because I cooked all day yesterday and today for a fund raiser I was invited to participate in. I will post some [...]

Pollo asado and yellow rice with vegetables

Pollo asado and yellow rice with vegetables

For this week's What's Cooking World? I am proud to introduce more Latin flavors. This time from Atlanta, Georgia Bren Herrera (are you sure we are not related?) fills our senses with a classic Cuban dish, [...]

Side Dish – Green Rice

Side Dish – Green Rice

Last Monday I posted a recipe for a Mango bbq sauce that I made last week. In the picture for that post the ribs are served with an apple salad and a green rice. I already [...]

Mango barbecue sauce

Mango barbecue sauce

There's really nothing I'd change about this recipe. The sauce was sweet and spicy, just like bbq sauce is supposed to be, and the mango gave it an outstanding flavor. I liked it so much that [...]

Camarones al Mojo de Ajo for Cinco de Mayo

Camarones al Mojo de Ajo for Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de mayo is a very important date for the North American continent. And we celebrate it with lots of food and drinks. [...]

Breakfast in a Glass

Breakfast in a Glass

Bomba is a healthy and filling drink that contains just about any fruit and cereal you can put in it. [...]

Sopa Aguada – Pasta Soup

Sopa Aguada – Pasta Soup

Sopa aguada is traditionally the first course in a Mexican dinner. Here is an easy way to make it. [...]