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The Culture of Food : International

A Culinary Journey at Disney California Adventure

Anchoring Buena Vista Street in Disney’s California Adventure Park, you can experience the Golden age of Hollywood at Carthay Circle Restaurant. Modeled after 1920’s original Spanish Revival architecture, the building is based on the iconic central tower of Carthay Circle Theater. As one steps inside, you are transported to the magic of Disney’s movie-making throughout the decades.  The interior is elegant, ornate warm and rich.  Artifacts and photographs of Disney’s premier of their first feature-length animated film “Snow White and theRead More ...

Vanilla Berry Smoothie Pops Recipe

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 ...

The Culture of Food Round-Up: The Cookbook Edition

This time around we want to share some of our favorite cookbooks by some of our favorite blogueras ! These books are filled with delicious traditional recipes. Check out the books below and learn a little about the authors and blogueras behind these books.   The Everything Peruvian Cookbook Most SpanglishBaby readers are already familiar with Morena Cuadra and Morena Escardo, the mother-daughter team behind the blog Peru Delights. “The Everything Peruvian Cookbook” includes 300 vibrant flavorful recipes from one ofRead More ...

The Culture of Food Weekly Round-up: Lent-Friendly Recipes

We’ve rounded five Lent-friendly recipes for you to enjoy! Even if you don’t observe Lent, these dishes are yummy meatless alternatives to everyday meals and great opportunities to try new recipes with your niños. Chorizo, Potato, and Egg Tacos  These chorizo breakfast tacos were made with soyrizo by Opera Singer in the Kitchen. The recipe works with regular chorizo if you’d like as well. Check out the full recipe here.  Gluten & Grain-Free Pizza Crust Recipe This gluten and grain-freeRead More ...

The Culture of Food Weekly Round-Up: From Breakfast to Dinner

This week for our The Culture of Food  Weekly Round-up we searched the blogosphere for delicious meals that cover breakfast, lunch, a snack, dinner and even a simple dessert! Some of these dishes consist of a little twist on traditional recipes. Check them out below to find out what they are.    Easy Egg Muffin {healthy to-go breakfast} Mari of Inspired by Family Mag shared this very smart way to feed a family on the go. Instead of bitting into aRead More ...

The Culture of Food Weekly Round-up: Veggies, Chuletas and Lots of Chocolate

This week’s culture of food features three simple recipes and a free e-book! Valentine’s day is just around the corner so we looked for simple recipes for busy families on the go. Two of the recipes we chose feature creative ways eat veggies, the third is a rarely heard of way to prepare chuletas, and finally we are featuring a free e-book that’s perfect for chocolate lovers and was created by three of our amigas! Rollos de Acelgas y MozzarellaRead More ...

The Culture of Food Weekly Round-up

Who doesn’t love a good pasta dish? This week we are featuring three delicious pasta dishes, one amazing pastelón de arroz, and a delicious fresh fruity cooler . All of these recipes include a few vegetables that our niños usually wrinkle their noses at. But we don’t think they’ll be complaining after they get to taste these dishes. How To Make Your Own Homemade Organic Spaghetti or Pizza Sauce for $1 Plus Change! How amazing is this! Diana of Spain-In-Iowa sharedRead More ...

Charm Your Guests With These Easy Sushi Squares {Recipe}

Have you had enough of preparing enormous amounts of food for entertaining? We all know how drained a party celebration can leave anyone, especially those hosting it or in charge of the kitchen. It’s one thing to love preparing homemade meals for your family, without having to impress anyone with flamboyant decorations and exotic tastes; but cooking for a large number of people, and making sure everything is ready before they arrive, is a very different story. Since December isRead More ...

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