A simple but flavor packed glaze for your ham or pork roast.
This story and recipe are very close to my heart. This is a story about family traditions. Traditions passed down from generation to generation in America for the past 90 years. Before that, it was passed on for many more generations by the family in Mexico. My daughter and I have become a small […]
We are in the final stretch, rounding the corner to the big day! Christmas is almost here! I compiled a a list of a few easy to make DIY Holiday Treats over on Mom.me. These make great gifts for the teacher, co-worker, postal worker, gardener, etc. in your life. It’s not too late, so […]
This year I did something I have wanted to do for years. I made sweet tamales! If you do not live in an area with a large Mexican population, than you probably did not even know sweet tamales even existed. I first made them with my daughter’s Godmother Victoria, who is Mexican-American, a few years […]
Yes, they are masterpieces! Created by five and six year old artists in my daughter’s kindergarten class with nothing more than food coloring pens and crispy, Christmas shaped cookies made from the Master Cookie Dough. This isn’t a new recipe using the master cookie dough. I just wanted to share these delightful creations that brought […]