Fermented drinks are sold most everywhere in Mexico. Usually on street corners under bright colored tarps. Most places will have a local specialty as well. Guadalajara has Tejuino, made from fermented corn, other areas have Colonche, which is made from the juice of the prickly […]
Month: September 2013
Well, it’s Monday and you all know what that means. Back to the daily grind, alarm clocks blaring and too many attempts to snooze the day away. But, alas, we must tear ourselves from the comfort of sleep and a cozy bed and face the day. Not to sound like a Debbie Downer, but I’m already looking forward to the weekend. To get me in a better mood, this simple cocktail of whiskey and fresh ginger syrup will see me through the week. Once you have the ginger simple syrup made, the rest is a cinch. The original recipe can be found here on my new favorite website. Cheers to having a great week!
Last week, while scrolling through one of my favorite websites and daydreaming about all the recipes I’d like to try, kitchen remodeling ideas to note, marathon cooking sessions for make ahead meals, I zeroed in on the hummus recipe. Why? Two reasons. 1) it was […]