A festive spread, a glass of bubbly, and loving company is all that is needed for a wonderful New Year's Eve celebration!
Month: December 2022
Turkey Leftovers – Six Ways
The last week of the year leaves many families with a lot of leftovers, which have to be consumed to avoid spoilage and a food backlog in the fridge, in preparation for the New Year festivities. Meat, such as from roasted turkey, is a frequent example, and when sandwiches and wraps will simply not do anymore, a little more gumption is needed to find ways to use up the cooked, shredded meat. While reviewing my 2022 posts, I found six fantastic recipes, all very popular and traditional in Mexico, which fit the bill ... click on title for more
I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone who kindly reads my posts, and their loved ones, the best time ever; whether celebrating Hanukkah, Christmas, or Kwanzaa, already celebrated a major holiday, or observe none, please receive my most sincere wishes for love, happiness and, especially during these trying times, peace and lots [...]
Pastel Azteca – Layered Tortilla Casserole
Mexican Glass – Another Freebie
In my previous post, I featured a potted poinsettia that came free as a supermarket bonus. Another freebie obtained the same way a couple of years ago, was a set of oven-safe glass containers. I was a little puzzled by the design, which reminded me of modern Mexican glass kitchenware, especially the ramekins ... click on title for more