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If you need to get in touch with me or have a question about the site or a recipe, please email me directly at I will contact you if you’re requesting a response.

If you’re from a PR agency or are interested in working with me in some capacity, I am open to the following projects:

1. Food writing and/or recipe development.

2. Brand Ambassador.

3.  Attend your brand’s event.

4.  Reviews of products that appeal to the Nibbles and Feasts brand and audience.

5.  I am open to other methods of collaboration.  I would love to work with you!

DISCLOSURE :  I do not accept payment to publish positive feedback on a product.  All opinions are 100% my own.

  • KellyNovember 29, 2011 - 11:09 am

    Hi! Great share ! Thank you! My girlfriend Amalia taught me to make flan . She always did it in a stainless steel bowl. Your blog brought back fond memories! Fun contest too! Thanks!!ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth WaldropDecember 29, 2011 - 6:54 pm

    I found your website when looking for a recipe for jugo de limon y chile. My mom had it in a shot as a palate cleanser at a local restaurant in Louisville Ky called wild eggs. She wants to know how to make it. Do you have a recipe?
    We know it is lime juice, cayanne pepper, and we think they mentioned jalepeno vinegar.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.ReplyCancel

  • Mary HeinsFebruary 20, 2012 - 10:12 pm

    Do you know where I can buy Nakano rice vinegar in El Paso, TX? Thank youReplyCancel

    • nibblesandfeastsFebruary 21, 2012 - 9:20 pm

      Hi Mary,
      Try Albertson’s or Sun Harvest. Check Wal-Mart too 🙂 Good luck!ReplyCancel

  • TimApril 5, 2012 - 8:53 am

    I’m looking to make Nieve de Garrafa or Nieve de Limon with a friend. What exactly is the thickening agent in the recipe? I just don’t know what that last ingredient is. The rest is sugar, lime or lemon juice, evaporated milk, and that last missing ingredient right? Plus I’m in China right now so is there anything I can use as a substitute thickener?ReplyCancel

    • nibblesandfeastsApril 6, 2012 - 9:55 pm

      Hi Tim,
      The thickening agent is actually the circular movement made with the stainless steel bucket. Nieve de Limon is water based. The ice plus salt and the circular movement make the consistency. Check out this video (it’s in spanish) and you can see that the more the person turns the bucket, the thicker the contents in the bucket become. Good luck! Hope you get to make nieve de garrafa in China!

      • TimApril 6, 2012 - 11:14 pm

        Ok thank you so much! ^_^ I’ll try my best!ReplyCancel

  • JamiMay 30, 2012 - 11:06 am

    Hello Ericka! Just checking in with you to see if Don sent you the Potato Country book. If not, I have a fresh, un-nibbled on copy here that I can send out to you. Send me your address at and I’ll get it out to you right away! JamiReplyCancel

  • NormaFebruary 16, 2013 - 6:04 pm

    acabo de encontrar tu sitio y me ha encantado!!!! encontre recetas faulosas que me gustaria probar este mismo fin de semana…. pero…. he buscado inutilmente la lista de recetas que contiene el sitio y no he tenido suerte…….. solamente la parte donde se busca por algo en concreto. Has considerado un listado general para informacion de los que acabamos de llegar??? gracias por tu atencion y compartir tanta cosa deliciosa.ReplyCancel

    • nibblesandfeastsFebruary 16, 2013 - 9:24 pm

      Hola Norma!
      Muchas Gracias por visitarnos! Si estamos trabajando en un index de recetas. Pronto se bublicara! Saludos!!ReplyCancel

  • Tabatha GuentherAugust 23, 2013 - 11:35 am

    Do you know where I can buy a jar of the jelly from Despiciable me 2 movie??? I really want one for my daughter was hoping to print out my own labels to use but having no luck. Thank you for your time. TabathaReplyCancel

  • lindaOctober 2, 2013 - 2:49 pm

    Hi i would like to know if I can get seeds this time of the year to start my herb garden .ReplyCancel

    • nibblesandfeastsOctober 6, 2013 - 9:18 pm

      Hi Linda. You can find them at your local garden supply store year-round. Good luck with you garden! They are so much fun to maintain!ReplyCancel

  • WandaOctober 9, 2013 - 4:30 pm

    I read Woman’s Day and saw your Nopales Rellanos featured. I was looking for the recipe on your site but could not find it. Since I live in AZ would like to try making the dish with the cactus paddles.
    Thank you.

    • nibblesandfeastsOctober 9, 2013 - 5:21 pm

      Hi Wanda! Thank you for visiting! I will have the recipe us soon. In the meantime, here’s a similar vegetarian option:

      I will definitely notify you here once the Nopales Rellenos recipe is up.ReplyCancel

      • phernandezOctober 21, 2013 - 8:31 am

        I would love the recipe for the Nopales Rellanos as well. i also read about this recipe in the Woman’s Day ! My whole family loves nopales and would love a new recipe.

  • Elizabeth ElizaldeNovember 1, 2013 - 1:12 pm


    I’m working with Latina Magazine and for our social media issue, February, we’re reaching out collecting images from Latina bloggers all across the web. We’d love to include you! We’d need at least three images from your site, a blog photo of yourself, a blog logo (If you have) and extra art from your blog, food, fashion etc. or more photos of you for the third photo.

    We’d love to get this images ASAP so please reply as soon as you can.
    Deadline is Tuesday, Nov.5

    Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Nicolas SaorinJune 24, 2014 - 3:34 pm

    Hi Ericka,

    I hope you are doing well.

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  • Lesli pinedaJuly 11, 2014 - 8:12 am

    Necesito tu dirección y tu los teléfono me puedes hablar a mi Cell.714-579-9273 graciasReplyCancel

  • DavidJuly 23, 2014 - 11:42 am

    I’ve been looking over your recopies and recently tried your banana flan, Loved it! Now that summer is upon us I wondered if you’ve ever made a Lime Flan sort of Latino twist of a Key Lime Pie? If so would you please share it with us?
    Enjoy your site and all the wonderful goodness it offers.

  • Ruben GonzalezJune 12, 2015 - 7:59 am

    Hola Ms. Sanchez,

    My name is Ruben Gonzalez, I’m the President & CEO of OLE Advertising, Inc. OLE Advertising, Inc. is a full service Latino communications firm with offices in New York, Miami,and Washington, D.C.

    OLE specializes in helping companies connect to he Latino market on a local, regional, national and international level.

    I would like to speak with you re: your expertise as well as about our services.

    Please visit: for complete information about who we are and what we do.

    I can best be reached on my cell at: 240-475-1724 and/or via email at:

    Gracias Erika! Look forward to speaking with you.


    Ruben Gonzalez
    OLE Advertising, Inc.
    Cell: 240-475-1724ReplyCancel

  • PattyJuly 25, 2015 - 7:02 am

    I stumbled upon your website when searching for recipes on sweet tamales. My mom and I made them this week for my son’s bday and they were a big hit. Thanks so much for the marvelous website!!!!ReplyCancel

    • Ericka SanchezJuly 30, 2015 - 1:56 am

      Hi Patty,
      You made my day! I’m so happy your son’s birthday was a success! Thank you for visiting!ReplyCancel

  • Robert BonevAugust 24, 2015 - 9:27 am

    We will be releasing a new app called Buenos Dias, specifically targeted to the Spanish-speaking marketplace, and we received a recommendation about you being a good sounding board.
    Basically, Buenos dias is a real time text messaging app which translates instantly from spanish to english and english to spanish by the user of each respective language simply, typing a text. We found that this cross-generational language issue is an ongoing challenge between young and old within the 60 million spanish-speaking population in the US.
    The longer-term vision is to make Buenos dias a daily “Hub” for latins to successfully and conveniently manage their daily life.
    The app will be a central place where latin users can manage everything from their communications, planning events, social, shopping, Local, Entertainment, coupons, travel, culture, news, sports, etc. — all while keeping peoples privacy completely secure because Buenos dias uses no e-mail accounts to identify users.
    We think that Buenos dias will provide a simple to use, convenient and focused way for dual language Latinos to manage their everyday life, and will provide marketers an extremely unique focused approach to engage user.ReplyCancel

  • BrendaAugust 30, 2015 - 7:51 pm

    Thank you for all you do…we have recently started a salsa business and we are hoping you could give us some advice..we would love to send a sample if you would be willing to test it out..all of our ingredients are organic and GMO free.My Husband is a chef from NM and they are his recipes. WE HAVE MILD, MED,HOT and GHOST. thank you for your can email me with an address if you would like to try it. I can mail the salsa to you.thanks again from Colorado

  • Kyle MoppertDecember 21, 2015 - 10:40 pm

    I’d like to try your Jalapeño and Cactus Tamales, but the recipe states “Rather than stuffing each tamal individually, The pickled jalapeños from La Morena and cooked cactus bits from the produce section were added to the masa and mixed thoroughly.” Please adjust this recipe to include how to select and prepare these “cactus bits”, as without such an explanation this recipe is incomplete. Thank you, Kyle MoppertReplyCancel

    • Ericka SanchezDecember 22, 2015 - 3:38 pm

      Hi Kyle,
      Thank you so much for contacting us. You can find cooked cactus at any Latin grocery store. I like to use Doña Maria brand. If you’d like to take the extra steps of removing thorns from cactus paddles, you can use a pairing knife and carefully scrape the thorns away from you (This can be labor intensive and painful). Then, simply chop the cactus paddles in pieces and boil for 15 minutes until tender. Drain before incorporating in masa. For the purpose of convenience and ease of this recipe, I left those steps out. Please let me know if you have any questions.
      Thank you,

  • MarisolJanuary 30, 2016 - 10:47 am

    Hi there. I was looking for a delicious recipe you had for chilaquiles verdes. I went through all the recipes and could not find it. Could you guide me in the right direction? I would greatly appreciate it. I love your recipes!ReplyCancel

  • eva reimannJune 4, 2016 - 5:13 am

    Hello Ericka,

    we are young team of professionals that are in love with preparing, cooking food.

    We are launching a new business venture in Toronto downtown and would like to get together with our most favourite food blogger from all over the world.

    We love your recipes and would be delighted to work with you in the future.
    We are opening a retail store in downtown Toronto with a unique concept.
    We will not only sell food and food related items, we also exhibit and promote healthy recipes.

    We would like to show recipes with Images on a large scale poster for the public to get inspired.
    You can imagine it like a gallery of recipes with weekly/monthly changing food bloggers from all over the world.

    We would love you to join our team with your images and recipes to work with. Of course we would advertise your blog via direct information in our shop.

    We hope for a balanced partnership let us know if you would be interested in discussing further.


    john and evaReplyCancel

    • Ericka SanchezJune 5, 2016 - 5:56 pm

      Hi John and Eva,
      Thank you so much for reaching out to me. Please contact me at I would love to hear more about your project.
      Ericka SanchezReplyCancel

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