Talk to us!
Leave us a note.
- Friend us on Facebook
Tag Archives: mexico
She pushes her cart slowly I hear the tinkling bells. Sweet oranges, peanuts and spindly herbs is all she has to sell. I reach into my pocket for peso’s hiding there carefully select my purchase as if it’s made of … Continue reading
Posted in Travel stories, Uncategorized Tagged Abuela, mexico, poem, road trip Comments Off on Abuela; *
Topolobampo, Rick Bayless’ famous Chicago Mexican Restaurant
CookWithUs.com The Oxman girls hit Chicago! 0r, how much can two sisters eat in two days in Chicago? A lot! I wanted to eat dinner at Topolobampo more than anything. This highly rated Mexican restaurant in downtown Chicago is owned … Continue reading
Our Salsa de Orizaba recipe is featured on the Hispanic Food Network.
Salsa de Orizaba This is our rendition of the peanut salsa we enjoyed in Orizaba. It took quite a few tries to duplicate the taste and flavor, we hope you like the results. • 8-10 roma tomatoes, cut in half, … Continue reading
Cooking Class at the Greenbriar
A tamalada is a merry gathering where everyone digs in and helps with the tasks at hand. In this case, we gathered to assemble homemade, shredded pork tamales at our cooking class at the Greenbriar Inn in Coeur d’ Alene, … Continue reading
Posted in Cooking Classes Tagged cooking classes, greenbriar, mexican cooking, mexican recipes, mexico Comments Off on Cooking Class at the Greenbriar