Archive for 'Tag Archives: 'Beans''

Vegetarian Whole-Wheat Crepes

Vegetarian Whole-Wheat Crepes

The best way to start your day is with a balanced breakfast. This is my entry for the food even Weekend Breakfast Blogging. [...]

Sweet Breakfast Memories – Gorditas de Piloncillo

Sweet Breakfast Memories – Gorditas de Piloncillo

I strongly believe that memories are the best treasure we can accumulate. And when it comes to food, memories of aromas, textures and tastes form a very important part of our family, culture and our own [...]

Mexican Hamburgers and Italian Zucchini

Mexican Hamburgers and Italian Zucchini

Update March-23-08: I just found out this amazing food event called Festa Italiana hosted by Marie of Proud Italian Cook and Maryann of Finding La Dolce Vita. I don’t know if this dish will be good [...]

Mole de olla (joust version)

Mole de olla (joust version)

Every month, as many of you might already know, there is an event on The Left-Over Queen forum called the Royal Foodie Joust. Last month was the biggest joust yet with 17 participants and my lovely [...]

Breakfast Sopes and a Comprehensive Guide to Making Tortillas

Breakfast Sopes and a Comprehensive Guide to Making Tortillas

Update 02-28-08: Michelle from Culinography is hosting the event Homegrown Gourmet this month and she chose breakfast as the theme for this month’s event. I think this is the perfect dish for this event because the [...]

Northern Taste

Northern Taste

Last week the temperatures were so low in this part of the world that all we wanted to eat were hot soups and stews. So that was the perfect time to try a bean recipe I [...]

Molletes – Mexican Comfort Food

Molletes – Mexican Comfort Food

Update 01/04/08. I will be participating on the 2008 Comfort Food Cook-Off on Eve’s blog, The Garden of Eating, with this recipe. Was that perfect timing or what? After the holidays nobody wants to spend a [...]

A Bean Sauce

A Bean Sauce

Mexican cuisine has its basic sauces, the tomato sauce probably the most common one. The story of this sauce goes back to pre-Hispanic civilizations when Aztecs and Mayans used molcajete and metates as grinding tools. Some [...]

It’s Pumpkin Chili Time!

It’s Pumpkin Chili Time!

It is that time of year again! Yes, autumn is here and that means temperatures are starting to fall, the leaves are turning red and all kinds of delicious meals are being prepared in the kitchen. This week, Circleville, Ohio celebrates [...]

Enchiladas Verdes

Enchiladas Verdes

Enchiladas is one of the most widely known Mexican dishes in the US. Odds are that most people in the country have eaten this delicious dish at least once in their lifetime. Enchiladas come in many flavors, [...]