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How to Roast Bacon, Cheddar & Piquillo Stuffed Jalapeño Peppers + Video
Sep12

How to Roast Bacon, Cheddar & Piquillo Stuffed Jalapeño Peppers + Video

If you’re looking for something fabulous to snack on, with a kick, try my recipe for how to Roast Bacon, Cheddar & Piquillo Stuffed Jalapeño Peppers. Spicy jalapeño stuffed with ooey gooey cheese & salty, crispy bacon…oh yeah! These would be great for appetizers, a side dish or a snack for tailgating! Why not stuff peppers with more peppers?! Piquillo peppers have a beautiful, sweet flavor. They also add smokiness...

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Web Chef Review: Desert Pepper Trading Co. Quesadilla Maker
May12

Web Chef Review: Desert Pepper Trading Co. Quesadilla Maker

The Desert Pepper Trading Co. Quesadilla Maker is a handy, dandy quesadilla maker. I love it because you can use it so often. Leftovers don’t need to go to waste or deteriorate in the refrigerator because you can use all that good food to the best use by incorporating it into quesadillas and cooking them in this beautiful quesadilla maker. I had some cheese, roasted red peppers, ground beef, lime wedges, fresh tomato salsa and...

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Web Chef Review: Old El Paso Taco Shells
May11

Web Chef Review: Old El Paso Taco Shells

What do you need when you’re making hard tacos? Old El Paso Taco Shells, of course! Old El Paso makes these nice, crunchy taco shells that are perfect for many Mexican inspired tacos. What I especially love about these taco shells is that they are contained within their box in a plastic tray. The quality of the shells is high, as they are crispy, crunchy, and hold together very well, even with messy tacos. These particular...

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Web Chef Kimberly Turner’s Cinco de Mayo Ideas on ‘Tim Denis in the Morning’
May05

Web Chef Kimberly Turner’s Cinco de Mayo Ideas on ‘Tim Denis in the Morning’

If you missed this morning’s Cinco de Mayo segment on Newstalk 610 CKTB with web chef Kimberly Turner on Tim Denis in the Morning, don’t fret! There’s more to Cinco de Mayo than guacamole & tequila, although that’s a good start! We have scrumptious Mexican dish ideas that the kids will love with ooey, gooey cheese, and the adults will love with grown up flavor. Don’t forget about the grown up bevvies...

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How to Cook Spanish Rice in a Rice Cooker + Video
May05

How to Cook Spanish Rice in a Rice Cooker + Video

If you haven’t made Spanish rice, this recipe for How to Cook Spanish Rice in a Rice Cooker is a terrific one. It is a simple recipe, and easy to make to accompany any Mexican or Latin main dishes, but just as good with almost any other entrée as well. How to Cook Spanish Rice in a Rice Cooker: Note: Some people call this dish Spanish rice & some call it Mexican rice. Relax…it’s the same thing, as listed on menus...

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How to Cook Beef & Pulled Pork Mexican Lasagna + Video: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta
May04

How to Cook Beef & Pulled Pork Mexican Lasagna + Video: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

I am so glad I have this recipe for How to Cook Beef & Pulled Pork Mexican Lasagna! A gorgeous fusion of Mexican, Italian & American ideas to deliver a fun lasagna with gooey cheese & a flavor marriage made in heaven, especially for a Cinco de Mayo Fiesta. The crunchy tostadas are a nice touch topped with guacamole, salsa & sour cream. How to Cook Beef & Pulled Pork Mexican Lasagna: This is amazingly delicious and...

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Cinco de Mayo Menu Ideas Sure to Please
May04

Cinco de Mayo Menu Ideas Sure to Please

It’s Cinco de Mayo, and even if you’re not of Mexican heritage, it’s a wonderful time to celebrate their heritage & culinary prowess. Mexican food has so many variations, and encompasses many Latin & Spanish dishes as well. Whether it’s Tex-Mex or a South American favorite, these dishes are sure to please the kids with lots of cheese & fun flavors, and the adults with bold, tangy creations. Now,...

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How to Make Breath-Friendly Tomato Salsa + Video: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta
Apr30

How to Make Breath-Friendly Tomato Salsa + Video: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

I am happy to show you How to Make Breath-Friendly Tomato Salsa to enhance your fiesta on Cinco de Mayo! Mexican & Latin American dishes benefit from salsa. In fact, they’re an absolute must. However, the bad breath you get from many salsas isn’t always a benefit. You won’t have to walk around with your hand over your mouth when you talk, or worried someone will be scared off from your onion breath, while eating...

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How to Cook Mexican Quinoa Salad + Video: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta
Apr28

How to Cook Mexican Quinoa Salad + Video: Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

Quinoa, being an ancient super grain, is one food you should, by all means, include in your diet often, and this recipe for How to Cook Mexican Quinoa Salad is very tasty & healthy. Once you taste this salad, you will wish to serve frequently, especially when preparing Mexican food. This show is brought to you by the Cooking with Quinoa Cookbook. How to Cook Mexican Quinoa Salad: This red milled variety of quinoa, I used in this...

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How to Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs + Video
Apr02

How to Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs + Video

Once you try this recipe for Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs, you will want to make it frequently. It gives you a whole new attitude about deviled eggs, and it’s a real winner for parties, showers or healthy snacks. How To Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs: Eggs are a perfect solution to the afternoon munchies combined with avocados, which are high in omegas.  Turmeric & smoked paprika contain magnesium, which assist in weight loss...

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How to Cook Huevos Rancheros
Dec27

How to Cook Huevos Rancheros

Huevos Rancheros is a gorgeous breakfast, different than what you’re probably used to on a daily basis. Full of flavor, adding chorizo or refried beans makes this morning meal even more hearty. How to Cook Huevos Rancheros: Any salsa can be served with this classic Mexican dish, along with chorizo & refried beans. Heat & keep warm 2 cups salsa. Type: Breakfast Recipe Serve with: warm salsa, hot sauce, chopped cilantro...

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Web Chef Review: Royal Command Ancho Chili Powder
Dec01

Web Chef Review: Royal Command Ancho Chili Powder

The first thing that will hit you about Royal Command Ancho Chili Powder is that it’s a large container… That’s lots of spice to make things tasty in your kitchen! Although Ancho is a chili powder from the poblano chili, those of you who don’t enjoy spicy food need not worry. This chili powder is more like spiced. roasted raisins without a serious, hot kick. It’s more sweet & savory than anything with...

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How to Make Guacam-Olé: National Guacamole Day
Nov14

How to Make Guacam-Olé: National Guacamole Day

National Guacamole Day is finally here! I love an excuse to make guacamole! Ingrid Turner Guacamole is a wonderful addition to almost all Mexican cookery. Varieties of Avocados: Avocados are native to the Americas, and are available all year long. There are 2 varieties: Hass Avocado – dark & bumpy-skinned, grow in California Fuerte Avocado – larger, green & smooth-skinned, from Florida My choice for guacamole would...

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