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Mini Burgers on a Stick {Recipe}

This is post is sponsored by Walmart. All opinions are my own. What I want to share with you today is a great alternative to the traditional burger we are used to. Every long holiday weekend, like Labor Day coming up, many of us tend to enjoy the outdoors by cooking and entertaining with friends and family. Grilling is a popular choice and making homemade burgers is my favorite thing to do. But not all the time we have aRead More ...

The Culture of Food Weekly Round-up: Traditions and Twists

On this week’s culture of food round-up we found five delicious recipes that feature traditional dishes. Some of these dishes were created with a twist that will either save us time in the kitchen, satisfy the vegetarians in the family or are just tasty and fun. To view the full recipes just click on the links below. Which recipe do you want to try? 1. Stuffed Chayote Squash by Melissa of Hungry Food Love 2. Quick and Easy Arroz con Pollo by VianneyRead More ...

The Culture of Food Weekly Round-up: Cooking With Kids

Cooking with our niños is a great way to pass down our culture and flavors to them. It’s also a great time to engage in conversations en Español. We’ve put together five recipes by Latina bloggers that our kids can help out with in the kitchen. Check out the stories behind these meals, snacks, and drinks and share them with your kids. 1. Ice Cream For Breakfast Popsicles by Adriana of Adriana’s Best Recipes 2. Guacahummus by Maura of The Other Side of theRead More ...

Easy Homemade Avocado and Coconut Ice Cream Dessert {Recipe}

This post post was written in collaboration with Latina Bloggers Connect and Avocados from Mexico. All opinions are our own. Now that summer is in full swing ice cream is a must-have dessert in my kitchen. I love trying new flavors and this summer I’ve been making my own frozen treats too. I decided I would attempt to make an avocado and coconut ice cream. I know that most people don’t think of the color green when they think of iceRead More ...

The Culture of Food Weekly Round-up: Meals And Dessert

This week on The Culture of Food round-up we are sharing delicious breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert recipes by Latina bloggers. Each one of these recipes is a traditional meal option with a little twist. Some of these recipes are also fun to get the niños involved in the kitchen. Click on the links below to view the full recipe. Apricot Tart & A Breakfast Quiche by Stephanie of SpanglishSpoon Ensalada de pollo, queso de cabra, frutillas y hojas verdes by PilarRead More ...

The Culture of Food Weekly Round-Up: 5 Paleta Recipes

Summer is officially here and in many parts of the country the first heat waves are already hitting. What better way to cool down than with paletas! We are sharing five delicious popsicle recipes, some of which might surprise you. Not everyone has a sweet tooth so we are including two refreshing recipes that call for a little chile instead! It’s great to have sugar-free recipes for our niños during the summer. And if you or your niños don’t like chile you canRead More ...

Traditional Salvadorian Green Salad {Recipe}

This is a classic Salvadoran salad and a staple of our everyday diet. I love this salad because the ingredients are so fresh and crunchy. The lemon juice adds the perfect amount of acidity and flavor. It also reminds me of my paternal grandmother and the way she prepared it. She enjoyed going to the market and selecting the sweetest, most ripe tomatoes and crisp lettuce. I get nostalgic when I think about her cooking. This salad is traditionally servedRead More ...

Frijoles Con Bolitas de Masa | Beans With Dough Balls {Recipe}

This post post was written in collaboration with Latina Bloggers Connect and Maseca. All opinions are our own. It’s amazing how a smell can bring back so many memories. The minute a bag of Maseca makes it’s way into my home my mind starts thinking of what to make. It definitely inspires me to cook a traditional meal that I usually only enjoy when I travel to Guatemala or El Salvador. I recently had the opportunity to try Maseca’s new Centroamerica flourRead More ...

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