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Start the morning off right with a banana cinnamon milkshake.
Combine all ingredients in a blender and set on medium-high speed. Mix for a minute or until desired…Continue
Added by Leoncio Alvarez on April 24, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments
Yesterday my husband and I did a few errands and on our way home we decided to stop at a new place that we have meant to visit, La Cerveceria at 65 Second Avenue, New York City's Lower East Side.
It's a well researched fact that we, as humans, make judgement on a first impression within the first 15 seconds of our experience with another person, with a place, or in a situation. Restaurants that know that fact entice you with delicious appetizers, tasty drinks, and if…Continue
When you hit the city limits of Austin, you can sense a certain buildup of energy. The Texas capital is a diverse place - it's frenetic in some sectors and laid back in others. Geeks and hipsters mingle when it comes to entertainment, which some say is the heart and soul of this city. While most will agree, those who love food always offer a strong reminder that it's more than music - it's migas!
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A fun way to spend some time in the kitchen with your kiddos, fruit flavored tortillas.
Fill these cool fruit flavored tortillas with anything from cheesy eggs, cajeta and bananas or yogurt with berries! Enjoy!…Continue
Added by Vianney Rodriguez on March 24, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments
They do say it is the most important meal of the day, and I guess they are right. I am so tempted to use the infamous air quotes when I refer to they, but how would you see that? I'm also trying to trick you into thinking I'm one of the cool kids, I don't think the cool kids do air quotes..., do they?…Continue
The jugo energetico is exactly that: pip, verve buzz, a jolt of pure energy. After I run I swing by the market and pick one up, and Angelita of Jugos Angelita chats with me about the weather and the latest fiestas in Oaxaca.
The word chilaquiles sends a tingle down my spine. It sounds like a shiver of excitement and tastes pretty much the same way. This pre-Hispanic dish, whose name actually comes from the Nahuatl word “chilaquilitl” meaning “herbs or greens in chile broth,” is a Mexican breakfast classic.
For Sunday morning breakfasts following Saturday nights out, there is…