Winter is in full swing which means we’re all stuck inside until we see the sun shine. But it doesn’t have to be boring have some friends over and try out these easy-make sangria recipe or this delicious mocktail. This recipe will keep you warm and your friends talking all season long.
This Thanksgiving or Christmas is a great time to do more with pork. Now, cooks all across America are making flavor happen. There’s no time like “now” to make something simply delicious, no time like NOW to indulge your love of pork and make something great! Continue reading →
Rhubarb is actually a vegetable, but is often used in food as a fruit. In the United States up until the 1940’s, it was considered a vegetable. It was reclassified as a fruit when US customs officials, baffled by the foreign food, decided it should be classified according to the way it was eaten.” Here’s Grandma’s Rhubarb Pie By Chef Jamie McFadden it’s so good. Continue reading →
Move over Starbucks. Food is the best medicine for relief from stress, anxiety, sleep issues, and acid reflex. Coconut milk adds a silky creaminess and the right amount of healthy fats so you’ll feel satiated, while lacuma, a super food hailing from Peru, is low-glycemic and packed with antioxidants, fiber, and protein.
Here is an amazing dessert recipe round up that will have guest bragging after the family BBQ. This post will definately get you in the patrotic mood as we aproach the 4th of July. Enjoy and let me know which one is your favorite! Continue reading →
From a cozy cocktail night to a great big brunch, perfect it with Patrón. Whether you’re prepping a small dinner party or catching up over brunch, you’ll want delicious cocktail recipes that won’t keep you away from your guests. Try these, and find even more on the Patrón Cocktail Lab. Continue reading →
Fiesta! Cinco de Mayo is celebrated annually on May 5. It’s a popular holiday in the United States, many don’t know what it is we’re all celebrating each year. While often mistaken in the U.S. to be Mexico’s Independence Day, Cinco de Mayo actually celebrates Mexico’s victory over the French in the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.