The Mexican St. Valentine’s Day

Although many consider Valentine’s Day to be a commercial holiday y quizá es verdad, we Mexicans have enthusiastically embraced it and enriched it with our own traditions and ideas of how to show love to those around us.  

Food Brings People Together

People love our food and our flavors, and rightly so! Our food is rich with a history that blends the indigenous with the European and continues to adapt and expand its flavor profile.

How to make Homemade Menudo

Reynas! The countdown to 2019 is fast approaching! ¿Están listas? There are so many things to prepare for before the end of the year!

Las Posadas

It’s your turn to host a posada this year! And you don’t know what to serve! I hear you, Reynas! And I’m here to give you some tips on how to make your evening a success.

Mexican traditions at the end of the year

Amores! This is my absolute favorite time of the year! I love the music, the traditions, my family coming over to visit, and everyone being happy and full of Christmas spirit, verdad? I remember one Christmas cuando era niña we had a huge family reunion (como hacen los Mexicanos) and everyone came over! My tias had made champurrado and menudo and Doña Carmen from church made several dozen tamales for us to have at our party!

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How to make Homemade Menudo

Reynas! The countdown to 2019 is fast approaching! ¿Están listas? There are so many things to prepare for before the end of the year!

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The Mexican St. Valentine’s Day

Although many consider Valentine’s Day to be a commercial holiday y quizá es verdad, we Mexicans have enthusiastically embraced it and enriched it with our own traditions and ideas of how to show love to those around us.  

Mexican traditions at the end of the year

Amores! This is my absolute favorite time of the year! I love the music, the traditions, my family coming over to visit, and everyone being happy and full of Christmas spirit, verdad? I remember one Christmas cuando era niña we had a huge family reunion (como hacen los Mexicanos) and everyone came over! My tias had made champurrado and menudo and Doña Carmen from church made several dozen tamales for us to have at our party!

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Happy Thanksgiving from Our Family to Yours!

Mis Reynas, the time has come for us to give thanks. This is one of my favorite times of year because our families come together, we hug each other a little tighter, our words are a little sweeter, our food is more plentiful and our time is spent with the ones we love. I remember when I was a little girl I used to stay up late the night before Thanksgiving with my papí to cover the turkey in butter and spices.

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El Menudo Blanco

The menudo we know and love is slightly different depending on the region that is making it. Today, we’re going to discuss el menudo blanco Sonorense. While we have menudo rojo with guajillo chile and chile de arbol in some northern states, menudo blanco uses chiltepin, jalapeno or other green chiles instead.

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History of Pozole

Did you ever stop to think, “where did pozole come from and why is it so good?” Well, Reynas today we’re going to explore that very thing. Pozole has interesting origins that are linked to our own history as Mexicans.

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How to make family gatherings successful

Well, Reynas I am here to give you some tips on how to make your next family gathering a memorable success! Whether it’s your first or your 200th gathering, the most important thing to remember is why we do them in the first place: la familia.

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