Do you have a thing for tasty beverages? You’ve come to the right place! All the seasons and reasons are covered here. And we can’t forget all the essential cocktails! Bottom’s up!Best Summer Sips!Perfect LemonadeSimple and easy method for perfect lemonade every time! With simple syrup and fresh lemon juice.
This one simple step transforms homemade yogurt into thick, creamy Greek yogurt. It’s completely worth it. Whey makes yogurt tangy and loose; straining it out makes it sweet and rich.HOW TO MAKE GREEK YOGURTLine a strainer or colander with cheesecloth. Double it up if the cheesecloth’s weave is loose.
1 Turn on the broiler: Set an oven rack about 4 inches from the broiler element. Turn on the broiler.2 Broil the tomatillos, poblano chile(s), and garlic: Remove the husks from the tomatillos and rinse them under cool running water to remove the sticky residue. Lightly oil a rimmed baking sheet, then place the tomatillos, chile(s), and garlic on top.
Looking for the perfect Halloween breakfast this year? These chocolate pumpkin pancakes made with real chocolate milk, warm spices, and pumpkin are a showstopper with both kids and adults alike!This post was written in partnership with America’s milk brands and farm families.If you’ve never experienced the flavor combo of chocolate and pumpkin, stop what you are doing and make these pancakes!
All the great fixings of chicken posole, in a salad! Chili rubbed sauteéed chicken breasts with hominy, avocado, radishes, salad greens.Photography Credit:Elise BauerOne of my favorite comforting soups is Mexican chicken pozole, with a hominy-rich chicken broth, chunks of chicken, and heaped with toppings.
Mexican cochinita pibil, or pulled pork shoulder marinated and braised in achiote paste, orange juice, and lime. Great for taco meat.Photography Credit:Elise BauerCelebrate Cinco de Mayo with Our Site contributor Hank Shaw‘s Cochinita Pibil, or pulled pork braised in citrus and achiote. ~EliseCochinita pibil (ko-chin-ee-ta pee-beel) is an easy braised pork dish that originally comes from the Yucatan in Mexico.