Bilingual is Better

The Culture of Food

Peruvian Triple Sandwich {Recipe}

Triples — sandwiches like the ones you see in the photo above — were a staple of my childhood back home in Peru. And yet, I hadn’t really made them for myself or my kids until late last year. I was craving one from a specific sandwich place back home, when I wondered out loud: “Why can’t I just make it at home? It’s not like it’s that complicated…” The next day, I went shopping for all the ingredients and requested myRead More ...

First Taste of Kellogg’s Brand New Cereals for 2013 {Giveaway}

Some days it’s just fun to be a mom blogger and get to work on campaigns that you would otherwise have no access to. It’s also a treat to be able to bring this information first-hand to you. That’s why I was thrilled when Kellogg’s sent a box with their four new 2013 cereals for my family to try before they hit the shelves this year. Not only that, but Kellogg is also giving one of you the chance toRead More ...

Traditional Rosca de Reyes – 3 Kings Bread {Recipe}

Ana’s note: One of the things I love most about embracing different Latin American holidays is the abundance and creativity of the variety of foods associated with the celebrations. Bread seems to be a common theme in Mexican traditions and it’s never lacking symbolism. On January 6th — the official last day of the holiday festivities — we celebrate el Día de los Reyes Magos (Three Kings Day) across Latin America and Spain. In Mexico the tradition includes family andRead More ...

Delicious Orange Flan {Recipe}

There is something very romantic about the sweet, comforting smell of burnt sugar and vanilla that permeates a kitchen while cooking flan. The preparation process can be simple but takes a few tries to master the perfectly beautiful and distinct amber color of the caramel.  It took several disasters for me to feel comfortable enough with swirling sugar and water in slow motion without stirring, carefully but in rhythmic pace.  Sometimes causing me to gyrate my hips without even realizingRead More ...

Gluten-Free Quinoa, Almond and Sherry Cake – Christmas with a Twist

  Did you know December is National Fruit Cake Month? Ever since I’ve become a food blogger I have discovered that almost every day of the year (or at least every month) has a theme in relation to food. Chocolate cake day, Chiffon cake day, Good Nutrition month, and the list goes on. But instead of discarding these celebrations as pointless and arbitrary, I find this to be a fantastic way to remember those foods that we sometimes leave coveredRead More ...

Christmas Baking with Kids: Gingerbread Men

Christmas baking is so much fun and it’s even more fun and messy when we do it with our niños! There’s nothing like your casa infused with the scents of canela, ginger and laughter!  My boys had so much fun making gingerbread men with me. I have this fabulous soft gingerbread man cookie recipe that I know you will enjoy! Before we get started here are some tips for baking with kids: I did this with three boys ages 2,Read 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 ...

Easy and Delicious Honey Appetizers For The Holidays {Recipe}

As the holidays approach we  are always on the lookout for easy and yummy recipes to share with our guest. Everyone seems to end up in the kitchen as the holiday feasts and treats are prepared. That’s why we were thrilled when we found these tasty recipes for hors d’oeuvres that only require honey + 4 ingredients! We can surely manage that. What we loved even more is that these recipes where created by a familiar face to SpanglishBaby, ourRead More ...

Page 6 of 19« First...45678...Last »

Recent Posts