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  • authentic recipes elotes simmered fresh epazote american food
    Dec 19 2016

    ELOTES : Simmered fresh corn with epazote, chiles, butter, and lime

    Mexican farmers cultivate more than three hundred distinct varieties of corn, so it’s no surprise that corn forms an integral part of the everyday Mexican diet. Fresh corn is a popular street treat, served from pushcarts that are often just cauldrons of boiling water on wheels. The earthy-sweet flavor of the corn shines through the […]

  • authentic slow cooker bread pan elote mexican food american
    Dec 19 2016

    SLOW COOKER CORN BREAD : Pan de Elote

    Lightly sweetened with piloncillo sugar, corn bread is a favorite festival food in northern Mexico, where the batter is cooked in small cast-iron pans that are greased with plenty of sweet butter. Serve with more butter and a sprinkle of crushed piloncillo for a sweet treat, or offer it as a side dish to help […]

  • mexican food beans beef chipotles epazote frijole american food cooking
    Dec 17 2016

    BEANS WITH BEEF, CHIPOTLES, AND EPAZOTE : Frijoles Charros

    The charro (cowboy) lifestyle is alive and well in the beautiful mountains of northern Mexico. Here cooking often revolves around a big pot and a wood-fired cook box, where frijoles cook slowly overnight while the herd dozes under the stars. Frijoles charros always start with big handfuls of chipotles and epazote, and then, to paraphrase […]

  • cocoa food recipes
    Oct 27 2016

    MEXICAN COCOA

    Decadent and warming to both your hands and your soul, this begs to have a churro dipped into it! Serves 6 INGREDIENTS 3 ounces unsweetened chocolate 1⁄2 cup white granulated sugar 2 tablespoons instant coffee 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1⁄4 teaspoon salt 2 cups water 4 cups whole milk Whipped cream […]

  • authentic mexican recipes chileatole
    Oct 26 2016

    CHILEATOLE : Geen Chile Soup With Corn

    Healthful and sustaining atoles, soups and drinks made from corn, are an ancient Mexican tradition. I once had this bright green soup at the Xochimilco market south of Mexico City, where it was paired with a warm cake of fresh ground corn toasted on an earthenware comal; it was like tasting Mexico as it was […]