Revoltijo – A Tasty Jumble of Mexican Flavours

Revoltijo – A Tasty Jumble of Mexican Flavours

A very traditional dish to serve during both the Lenten and the Advent/Christmas seasons in Mexico is called “Revoltijo”, which literally translates as “jumble.” It might be a somewhat labour-intensive process to prepare each of the individual components, but then - as its name indicates - it is just a matter of adding everything to the pot, for a delicious jumble of textures and flavours … click on title for more

Old-Fashioned Caesar Salad

Old-Fashioned Caesar Salad

Bacon and chicken were not ingredients in the original Caesar salad recipe, invented in Tijuana by Italian brothers and restauranteurs Alex and Caesar Cardini in the 1920s. However, their salad was not vegetarian because of the anchovy content, also in Worcestershire sauce, an important ingredient in their dressing. For my salad, I decided to use my vegetarian Worcestershire sauce, to make my salad truly vegetarian … click on title for more