Spicy breakfast tacos are a great way to start your Cinco De Mayo celebration. Soft flour tortillas are stuffed with fluffy scrambled eggs and spicy, Mexican chorizo sausage. Easy enough for a weekday morning, yet delicious enough for a weekend brunch. If breakfast is the Read More..
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An easy one-pan meal that uses leftover beef and some of the cans you have stockpiled in your pantry. Ready in less than 20 minutes, this simple enchilada skillet will be a family favorite. As you can see, this isn’t a pretty dish, but it Read More..
Ditch the mix! Enjoy this easy and delicious recipe for a classic Cadillac margarita using a few simple ingredients and the best alcohol that you can afford. A Cadillac margarita is considered a ‘top shelf’ cocktail using an aged reposado tequila and Grand Marnier liqueur. Read More..
Juicy steak fajitas are always a crowd pleaser. They are incredibly easy to throw together for a quick weeknight dinner. They are equally great to serve at a party. What a show stopper to bring a sizzling skillet of fajita meat and vegetables to a Read More..
These poppers are warm, cheesy, creamy, and spicy little bites of pure heaven. There’s a reason that jalapeno poppers are the ubiquitous tailgating or game day appetizer. They’re delicious and very easy. They’re also a huge crowd pleaser – so make plenty. I think every Read More..
When I moved to Houston, I was taken to Chuy’s Mexican restaurant and experienced the most delicious, creamy, cool, and yet spicy sauce that was amazing on literally everything. When I asked for and was denied the recipe, I went on an internet search for Read More..
These truckstop enchiladas are comfort food at it’s best. Zesty, homemade enchilada sauce and a rich, meaty filling make this Mexican classic a delicious, hearty meal that your family will love. I like to serve them with Mexican Grilled Corn and a Classic Cadillac Margarita. Read More..