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Avocado and Almond Butter Smoothie

Avocado Chocolate Almond Butter Smoothie

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Avocado and Almond Butter Smoothie

Avocado Chocolate Almond Butter Smoothie

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Mashed Potato, Queso Fresco and Ham Empanadas

Mashed Potato, Queso Fresco and Ham Empanadas

Back to school is slowly creeping up on me.  That means I’ll have a little bit more time at home to cook andView full post »

Camarones a la diabla

Camarones a la Diabla | Deviled Shrimp

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Pizza Hummuz Burritas

Pizza Hummus Burritas

When I pack my son’s lunch it’s either hit or miss.  Sometimes the lunchbox makes its way back to me inView full post »

Slice tenderloin in half lengthwise. On a working surface, place in a large gallon plastic bag or cover with plastic wrap. Pound with a meat mallet to approximately ¼-inch thick. Slice into 5”x1” strips. Soak skewers in water for a minimum of 30 minutes. Combine soy sauce, sugar, lime juice, olive oil peanut butter, garlic and green onions in a large gallon-size sealable plastic bag. Seal and shake to mix all ingredients. Add pork tenderloin strips and seal bag. Press and shake bag, making sure all ingredients have incorporated. Refrigerate for 2 hours. Remove from bag and discard marinade. Preheat grill to medium high. Thread 1-3 tenderloin strips with bamboo skewers and carefully place on grill. Cook for 3-4 minutes on each side. Remove from grill onto a serving platter and cover with aluminum foil. Let rest for 3 minutes before serving. To prepare ginger dipping sauce: Combine all sauce ingredients in a jar with lid. Shake well to combine. Serve skewers with dipping sauce.

Pork Satay with Soy Sauce Marinade and Ginger Dipping Sauce

Although summer is halfway over, I’ve been grilling more than ever.  In previous years, stepping behind the grill wasView full post »

Watermeon Raspberry Paletas

Watermelon Raspberry Paletas

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National Can-It-Forward Day 2015

Can-It-Forward Day is Saturday, August 1! Visit FreshPreserving.com where they will broadcast live from the newView full post »

Borracho Beans

Borracho Beans

During my Texas summers, we spent most of our warm evenings in backyard cookouts.  The air conditioner in our home didView full post »

Green Grape White Sangria Poptails

Green Grape White Sangria Poptails

It’s warm outside.  The sun is shining bright and summer is in full swing.  I say cheers to that and cheers toView full post »

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S’mores Pots

Everyday I am thankful for what I do.  I love to be creative, share my ideas and be so passionate about it, ItView full post »

Apricot Glazed Porterhouse Pork Chops

Apricot Glazed Porterhouse Pork Chops

Summer’s here!  The perfect time to fire up the grill and enjoy some tender Porterhouse pork chops.  The trick to aView full post »

Tropical White Sangria Float

Tropical White Sangria Float

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Green Habanero Grilled Chicken

Green Habanero Grilled Chicken

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Happy Father’s Day #DoinGood

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Spicy Red Chipotle Potato Salad

Spicy Red Chipotle Potato Salad

This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with The Idaho Potato Commission & Society Culinaria.  Thank youView full post »

Tuna Creamy Broccoli Pasta Pitas

Lately, I’ve been putting everything in a pita bread. From ham and cheese to hazelnut spread and bananas.View full post »

Four Cheese Lasagna with Broccoli Florets

It’s National Hamburger month! This time, we are celebrating it with a childhood favorite of mine that isView full post »

Minty Papaya Salad with Passion Fruit Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing

Minty Papaya Salad with Passion Fruit Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing

Fruit salads always adorn our picnic table and outdoor feast celebrations.  Whether it’s a simply sweet salad madeView full post »

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Banana S’mores and Summer Traditions

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Vinaigrette Pasta Salad

Vinaigrette Pasta Salad

Every time I have a conversation with my mom, it pretty much leads to a recipe inspiration. Since summer is rightView full post »

Spaghetti with San Marzano Tomato Meat Sauce

Spaghetti with San Marzano Tomato Meat Sauce

This month I got a little nostalgic because I didn’t get to spend Mother’s Day with my my mom this year.View full post »

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Jalapeño Hummus Crab Melts

Jalapeño Hummus Crab Melts

If I had to name a product that is a staple in my home I would have to say it’s Sabra Hummus.  Because everyView full post »

Better Future Moms with Got Milk?

Do you know a mom who’s made a difference in your life and the lives of their community while empowering theirView full post »

Iced Vanilla Latte

Iced Vanilla Latte: Hamilton Beach 2-Way Flex Brew

I’m an avid coffee drinker.  I love my warm cup before anything else on a daily basis.  On hot days, I love itView full post »

Happy Mother’s Day #DoinGood

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Squash Blossom Chile Relleno

It’s that time of the year when those beautiful squash blossoms selectively appear at the farmer’s marketView full post »

Creamy Cilantro Dijon Grilled Asparagus

Our weather is finally warming up and that only means picnics and cooking outdoors are in our horizon. One of ourView full post »

Mole Hojaldritas

Mole Hojaldritas

I think my love of mole first began as child in my grandmother’s kitchen.  I would sit on a kitchen corner stepView full post »

Fish Tacos en Escabeche

Fish Escabeche Tacos

This week, has been busy.  Spending my time back and forth from kitchen to keyboard preparing a few desserts that youView full post »

Breakfast Torta a la Mexicana

Breakfast Torta a la Mexicana

It’s mid-week and nothing says “buenos dias” better than a hearty Mexican style breakfast torta toView full post »

agua de piña

Pineapple Thyme Agua Fresca

I’ve been looking forward to start enjoying aguas frescas and paletas all year long and now the time has come. View full post »

Stuffed eight ball squash

Stuffed Eightball Squash

Hunger is a serious issue in America and we try to help in any which way we can.  What if I told you that just byView full post »

Shrimp Patties

Shrimp Patties|Tortitas de Camaron with Pipian Sauce and Cactus

Shrimp patties take me way back. I had not had them in years and remind so much of the Lenten season the week leadingView full post »

Tropical Granola

Tropical Granola

I’ve always wanted to make my own granola and not have to spend a fortune on the homemade kind one finds at aView full post »

Soyrizo and Manchego Scones

Soyrizo Manchego Scones

Easter is almost here and with Easter, come family gatherings and a day full of celebration that starts with aView full post »

chicken and ham lemon soup

Chicken and Ham Lemon Soup

In light of Oscar Mayer’s birthday on March 29, I decided to create a light, spring time soup with flavorfulView full post »

Cacique cheese

An Afternoon with Cacique Inc.

There are those success stories that come along once in a while that send chills down our spine and create a lump ofView full post »

Chicken Poblano Weeknight Dinner with Olive Oil Cake for Dessert

Our weeknight dinners are usually meticulously planned during the weekend. Either meals are prepped and frozen onView full post »

Boysenberry Festival

Knott’s Berry Farm Boysenberry Festival Is Back!

One of the best treats about living in Southern California is experiencing the wonders of spring. The weather gets aView full post »