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Running through stores filled with Christmas decorations reminds me the holidays are fast approaching.
Makes: 3 to 4 servings (Makes about 5¼ cups)
What distinguishes millennial cooks in America, from, say, the stirrers of any other generation? Not merely the drive to make something easy and in a hurry.
MIAMI — Salsa overtaking ketchup as America’s No. 1 condiment was just the start.
After a long day, who hasn’t stumbled into the grocery store without the faintest idea of what to put on the table, when suddenly the tempting whiff of a freshly roasted chicken puts everything into perspective?
At work on Tuesday we had a pot-luck lunch of Latin cuisine to mark Hispanic Heritage Month.
It’s the salsa that draws me to Mexican food. A mediocre carnitas is easily salvaged when doused with a slightly tart tomatillo sauce. But even an exemplary steak taco is rendered a crashing bore to me without a jolt from fresh pico de gallo or a squirt of bracing salsa roja.
There’s tailgating. And then there’s tailgating.
Since I first tasted my great-grandmother’s coconut cake, I’ve been a fan of coconut.
The notion of the do-it-yourself taco bar has many mothers, going back to those cheap feed-the-kids kits that include seasoning mix, taco shells and sauce.
An email made its way to my inbox a couple of weeks ago reminding me to renew my fantasy football team before draft day.
Here’s what happens when I read books like the newly released “Best Lunch Box Ever: Ideas and Recipes for School Lunches Kids Will Love” (Chronicle Books, $24.95), by Katie Sullivan Morford.
When I first visited Sports City Grill on Monday, I noticed two things: It is a serious sports bar and it is cozy.
Many restaurant owners and managers work years for success, but Adilene Marquez got a head start growing up in the restaurant business.
If a recipe calls for one jalapeño pepper, my dad will add four. If it calls for habenero, you’d better stay out of the kitchen, unless you enjoy feeling like your eyeballs are on fire.
If I could only eat one meal a day, it would be breakfast.
The Central Texas College Culinary Arts Department will host a Patio Café Cuisine Nights Dining Experience on Friday featuring Southwestern cuisine. Dinner will be served from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Patio Café of the Student Center (Bldg. 106).
Feeling some disappointment after stepping on the scale a couple of weeks ago, I decided it was time to kick-start my eating habits back into shape before spring.
I’m going to introduce something to the Fort Hood community. It’s something so rare that probably only a few soldiers from North Dakota or perhaps Montana have heard of.
Free food pantry at Open Arms Outreach
Fort Hood has no restaurants or mess halls that serve sushi. At least, I haven’t heard of any. But that doesn’t mean soldiers don’t eat sushi.
I first met Maria Hurtado when she brought me a freshly made breakfast burrito and a glass of horchata.
Mini chard & chorizo tarts
When many area Mexican Americans gather to make tamales, a Christmas tradition unfolds.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.