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San Antonio, Texas Food Adventures

Last month I went to San Antonio for a work trip – one of the first times travelling to Texas. I was told to eat as much meat as possible, as Texas was the land of BBQs. 878 more words


Sanjay's Sauté of Chicken with Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Garlic & Broccoli

This is, once again, a dish composed of what I found in the fridge and felt rather peckish; it also happens to be the first meal I made, on my own, at the cottage.  429 more words


Texan tradition of Tex-Mex: It's not authentic

Chips and queso. Beef enchiladas topped with chile con carne and smothered with cheddar cheese. Sizzling fajitas served with grilled onions and peppers.

Sound familiar?  That’s because Tex-Mex is what most Americans picture when they think about Mexican food.  1,119 more words


Slow Goodness: Three Bean Chili Frito Pie

A slowly-cooked, vegetarian three bean chili transformed into a Frito pie. Tasty and filling. 434 more words


A Sweet and Spicy Tex-Mex Weeknight Feast

If you’ve been following me for a while, you see that I almost always fry chicken or bake it with a ton of butter. The truth is that usually I despise grilled chicken – why not just chew on cardboard amirite? 677 more words

Cheesy Goodness

Pumpkin-turkey tacos

One of the reasons I started this blog was to track my own cooking. I have trouble keeping track of the things I cook, because my cooking is a mix of whimsy and urgency. 917 more words


My Mom's Famous Onion Enchiladas, stacked of course

My mother has made stacked onion enchiladas for as long as I can remember. She always made her own enchilada sauce also, which is key to this dish being so delicious. 507 more words