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Puffed Amaranth Cereal To Get Your Day Started Right!

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  Since arriving in Mexico almost one year ago (time is flying by) I have been crushing on a breakfast cereal. Normally I prefer to eat something savoury for breakfast, but puffed amaranth is what I eat when I want something different. Have you ever eaten whole amaranth or the puffed kind? It has an […]

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Eggs Over Spicy Succotash for #MeatlessMonday

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There are many things to look forward to with the arrival of autumn. What are some of the things you most look forward to? Of course for me many of the autumnal things I love most involve food. Fresh ears of corn are one of the best fruits the fall season has to offer. There’s […]

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Soyrizo Tacos with Fresh Pico de Gallo Salsa

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My breakfast preferences are always savoury over sweet — am I alone on this one? To me sweet foods are better reserved for desserts or as an occasional treat. When I was a little girl, I loved my mom’s weekend breakfasts. This was when she had more time to make one of her elaborate Mexican […]

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Mexican Charro (Cowboy) Beans with A Twist

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The official start to this year’s autumn season began just a few days ago, September twenty-three. The temperatures are slowly dropping in many areas of the Northern Hemisphere and people are starting to spend more time indoors. For me, autumn and cooler temperatures mean hearty stews and soups. Today I’d like to share with you […]

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Millet, Hemp, and Chickpea Flour Crackers with Goat Cheese

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I think I’ve mentioned before about me not being such a great baker. For the most part, this still holds true. But when it comes to baking savoury cookies and crackers I’m quite good at it. Today I’d like to share a new cracker recipe that I developed and one that is my current favourite. […]

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What is Millet, How To Cook Millet Seeds, and How To Use Millet Flour

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If you’ve ever purchased bird seed mixes then you’ve certainly noticed a tiny yellow seed mixed in. This is millet, and it isn’t just bird food, it’s a delicious seed humans can also enjoy. Technically speaking millet is “…a group of highly variable small-seeded grasses, widely grown around the world as cereal crops or grains […]

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(Mole Style) Chicken In Poblano-Serrano Pepper Sauce + 95 Mexican Independence Day Fiesta Recipes

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Learning to make a good authentic mole sauce is on my bucket list. Many people don’t realise that there is a huge amount of variations to authentic mole sauces in Mexico. There are dark brown and red ones, yellow and green; as well as spicy, chocolately and sweet variations too. If you’ve even heard of this […]

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