I’m in love with this Garlic Cheese recipe from Sharon Hudgins’ new book Food on the Move: Dining on the Legendary Railway Journeys of the World but if you find a pile of it dead in a ditch, blame my cardiologist.
This is my take on the popular Ensalada de Noche Buena (Christmas Eve Salad) that is served in Mexico.
This is a simple and quick lacto-vegetarian recipe. This dish makes a good option for a picnic as well as a potluck party.
In Mexico, bakeries advertise different shapes of the bread for the holiday. The most common is round; others might be shapes of human beings, animals, especially rabbits in profile.
Dr BBQ’s pumpkin cheesecake here serves as a great alternative to pumpkin pie, bread, or the nasty wax mouth-hell we call “candy corn.”
Arracheras—beef fajitas —are very popular all over Mexico but notwithstanding how easy they are to prepare, most people in central and south Mexico prefer the restaurant versions.
Michoacán is said to be the State in Mexico where “Carnitas” are the best, but Quiroga is the city where people make special trips to enjoy this simple but addictive dish.