Thanks Big Lots for sponsoring this post. Don’t worry though, all opinions about their fabulousness are my own! Champurrado, for those who may not be familiar with it, is a traditional thick Mexican hot chocolate, meant to be sipped to keep us warm through out the cold winter months. Traditionally, this festive treat is made by
Thanks Big Lots for sponsoring this post. Don’t worry though, all opinions about their fabulousness are my own! Haz cliq aquí para leerlo en español. As Hispanic Heritage Month draws to an end and football season kicks into high gear, I wanted to share my family’s recipes for pico de gallo y frijoles charros to keep the festivities going.
Disclosure: Urban Taco covered my tab. However all views and opinions are strictly my own. If you didn’t know, Urban Taco is the new hot spot in the Quarry area. It offers a menu inspired by Mexico City street food and the coastal cuisine flair of Acapulco. With summer knocking on our door, doesn’t that and the fact that
First, what is Cinco de Mayo? Cinco de Mayo celebrates the Mexican victory over the French on May 5, 1862 at the Battle of Puebla. While many mistake it as Mexico’s Independence Day, which is actually September 16, it’s not. But it is a noted victory because it represents our (Mexican) resistance to the invasion of a world