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About: Ericka

Ericka Sánchez–Proudly born in Torreón, Coahuila Mexico, Ericka arrived in the United States in 1982 to El Paso, Texas. Her love of food began in her mom’s kitchen but flourished in a food photography studio where she assisted in food styling/design and photo shoots. Now a wife and a mom to a 2-year old toddler, Ericka launched her bilingual blog Nibbles & Feasts in 2010 as a guide to satiating food cravings through recipes and to share her restaurant recommendations and food events in Los Angeles.

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Vanilla Berry Smoothie Pops Recipe

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On my weekly visits to the grocery store, I always make sure to throw in a bag or two of frozen fruits and vegetables in my shopping cart.  No matter what curve balls our busy schedules throw at us during the week, I always end up incorporating frozen fruits or veggies in our weeknight meals. Whether I throw in a handful of frozen peas and carrots to my Spanish rice or broccoli florets to my boiling fideo, it’s always aRead More ...

Pastel Azteca in Salsa Verde {Recipe}

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Pastel Azteca, also known as enchilada casserole is a dish that guarantees all-around joy. It’s very easy to prepare, hearty enough for big appetites, freezes well on the weekends and re-heats even more flavorful for weekday lunches or dinners. Red enchilada sauce, bean sauce, mole sauce or tomato sauce can easily be the sauce of choice.  And if you prefer a meatier version, replace the chicken with picadillo or shredded beef.  Vegetarian?  Try the Tex-Mex version with mushrooms, black beansRead More ...

#FrozenFacts Twitter Party

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  Technology is constantly changing, and in turn, changing our lifestyles in everyway.  I try my hardest to keep a written shopping list to organize my weekly grocery trips but have now switched over to mobile apps to keep up with my tasks.  Can you imagine what technology will be like in just a few years?  New technologies will impact our routines in ways we’ve only seen in science fiction movies. I recently came across this video (see below) featuringRead More ...

Incorporating Frozen Foods in Your Meal Planning

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Our time is precious as busy working moms.  We have reports to submit, emails to return, homes to tidy up and mouths to feed.  By nature, we want to do it all in a day’s time but we need to slow down. I absolutely love preparing home cooked meals for my family when I have the time.  When I don’t, I rather spend the time that I have during the day bonding, helping my son do his homework or goRead More ...

Creamy Layered Valentine Gelatin Treats {Recipe}

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Layered gelatin and in particular, creamy layered Jell-O is very special to me.  Not only is it a fun treat to enjoy but it also brings back so many vivid memories of Valentine’s Day during my elementary school years in Mexico. Valentine’s Day in Mexican schools was celebrated somewhat differently than in U.S. schools.  It was more of a gift exchange between students in which they had the option of participating if their family was economically able.  To be includedRead More ...

Coctel de Camarones | Shrimp Cocktail {Recipe}

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Mexican shrimp cocktail always brings a smile to my face. The tangy tomato entrada or “entrance” to an amazing meal is a tough dish to follow. The combination of sweet, tart and spicy is the perfect medley to accompany the plump shrimp overflowing from the tall glass it is served in. The most memorable and delicious shrimp cocktail I’ve ever experienced was at the Mercado Municipal in Zihuatanejo, a Mexican city in the state of Guerrero. Recommended by our taxiRead More ...

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