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Mexican

  • Cranberry Sauce Salsa

    Cranberry Sauce Salsa, Serve with enchilada pie or with a bowl of tortilla chips.…

  • Cochinita Pibil

    The traditional way to make Yucatecan cochinita pibil is to bury a pig in a steaming, smouldering, stone-lined pit and cook it slowly for many hours. The pork has first been marinated with a…

  • Grilled Corn With Cheese, Lime and Chile (Elote)

    Whole ears of corn are a classic street food in Mexico, where they are either grilled or boiled, then often dressed with some combination of lime, chile, mayonnaise and grated cheese. This grilled version…

  • Roasted Potato Hash

    I had one of the great breakfasts. It is this recipe, and you can easily double, and serve with just about anything, especially fried eggs. Omit the bacon if it’s not your game, and…

  • Slow Cooked Mexican Pork with Cilantro Slaw

    The key to a succulent and delicious slow cooked meal is browning your meat prior to cooking. This technique applies to most methods of cooking meat, but, it is extremely important when slow cooking…

  • Slow-Cooked Pork in Tequila

    It’s a fairly simple recipe, calling for pork butt and ribs to be cooked slowly on the stove-top in a chili sauce, then finished up with a quick simmer in tequila. The book recommends…

  • Strawberry Lime Agua Fresca

    I’ve made Strawberry Lime Agua Frescas, They’re very good, red all the way through and sun-sweet. This agua fresca is not too sweet and extremely refreshing – the perfect thirst quencher. Of course, if…

  • Mango-Pomegranate Guacamole

    I have exciting news! A while back, I was asked to contribute a recipe to Joanna at a Cup of Jo’s ongoing feature – “The Best ___ You’ll Ever Have.” Joanna is a rockstar…

  • Mayan Chocolate Mousse

    Typically I just eat Taza chocolate straight – my favorite flavors are the salt & pepper and the cinnamon, inspired in equal parts by Food & Wine’s Mayan Chocolate Pudding, . I went all…