Archive for 'September,2008'

Adobo chicken

Adobo chicken

Adobo seasoning is a delicious mixture of spices used in Mexican cuisine. [...]

Book Review – Mexican Cooking

Book Review – Mexican Cooking

This cookbook is a really good source of authentic Mexican recipes for your collection. Check it out and if you like Mexican cuisine (and even if you don't), I am sure you are going to find [...]

Choriqueso Bread Sandwiches

Choriqueso Bread Sandwiches

Choriqueso is a typical Mexican appetizer, I made it into a bread. [...]

Huevos a la Mexicana

Huevos a la Mexicana

Scrambled eggs with chile, onion and tomato, the colors of the Mexican flag. [...]

Fried Quesadillas (Coyoacan Style)

Fried Quesadillas (Coyoacan Style)

One of the very first places we visited in Mexico City when Jon and I moved there in 2004 was Coyoacan. Coyoacan (which means place where they have coyotes in Nahuatl) is a colonial neighborhood in [...]

Mamey Cake

Mamey Cake

Also known as sapote or zapote mamey is a tropical fruit thatsome people say tastes like pumpkin. Here is a mamey cake to prove if that's true. [...]

Refried Beans

Refried Beans

This is an easy, delicious and sort of healthy recipe for refried beans. [...]

Mamey

Mamey

Mamey is a delicious tropical fruit native to south Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean used to make milkshakes and ice creams. [...]

Are we running out of dirt?

Are we running out of dirt?

Soil degradation is happening at an alarming rate. National Geographic magazine's featured article for September covers this important issue. [...]

13 things that helped me lose weight

13 things that helped me lose weight

Food alone doesn't make you lose or gain weight. Small changes in your life will help you to reach your health and fitness goals. [...]