Posted at 2:35 pm
I hope you all have a great weekend and even better start of the new week. Mine was good and we have back our “new – old” aupair from Mexico! And as we have changed from Spanish and not thinking Spanish anymore, we think more about Mexican and I am constantly thinking what I am going to prepare. And as getting inspired I have found this brilliant Mexican cooking survival guide and I am definitely going to use it 🙂 So if you fancy cooking with avocados, chillies, potatoes, tomatoes, eggs and many more, have a look!
Recipes from our kitchen will follow later 🙂 ❤
Have a great day!
Vero & little Canito
This free Mexican Cooking Survival Guide is the quickest and easiest way to get your home kitchen pumping out the best Mexican food in town. You’ll be shocked at the quality and range of dishes you can make just by keeping these key ingredients on hand. 26 more words
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Posted at 2:33 am
Our Spanish aupair is leaving during the weekend and we are going to welcome back Mexican girl who was with us previously 🙂 To be honest, I am looking forward to it. She is going to bring more of Mexican culture to our home… and one of the things I am truly looking forward to – Mexican food! ❤
And I guess this may be one of the first dishes I will be happy to prepare!
Have a great day!
Vero and little Canito ❤
Sure, you can build the inner mixture for your taquitos using homemade Pickled Jalapenos, New Mexican chili powder, and Mexican oregano, and your meal will instantly pass the Authentic Mexican Test. 41 more words
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Posted at 3:50 pm
It has been already some time I have posted about Mexican Tamales 🙂 I have found this very nice recipe – just the word “easy” does not sound as I would call it 😀 Everything else but easy 😀 However, it is about perspective, isn’t it? To be honest, I am not planning to prepare tamales any time soon, however this recipe has caught my attention so I am sharing it with you as well…
Have I told you that our aupair is leaving us? It has came as surprise, to be honest. She does not look convince that she wants to leave, but she is leaving… At the beginning I was sad and disappointed, however I do understand it and there is nothing I can do about it. After checking few options during the weekend I was a bit upset, but at the end… I called our previous Mexican aupair. And guess what… she is coming back!! 🙂 It has been such a relief. We know her, she knows my little one so not bad feelings at the beginning, that much fear… it seems it is going to work well! 🙂 Now when I am thinking about it she may bring some delicious tamales!
Vero & Canito
It’s rare to find the words easy and tamales in the same sentence, but with a few simple tricks you can make a scrumptious batch of tamales without having to devote an entire day to them. 34 more words
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Posted at 3:11 pm
And we are in the middle of the week! 🙂
Here in UK we have now quite warm days and to be honest, I am enjoying that as I am not big fan of typical English grey and rainy weather. So… no complaints. So after work, I am more than happy to spend time in garden with my little monkey or go for a walk and admire cars 😀 I think that is now the best thing for my little one lately, together with planes and buses. It is not that long time ago when I shared with you amazing drink Horchata – delicious Mexican drink. And related to this drink, you can make as well Popsicle, mainly great in this hot weather. Would that be great? I believe it would 🙂 Today is simply day full of “Mexican atmosphere”… Mexico is playing with Sweden in World Cup 2018, I am dreaming about Horchata Popsicles and house full of great people with great Mexican food… ❤
Have a great summer day!
Vero & little Canito
Another advantage to making a homemade batch of Horchata is opening up your freezer and finding some of these Coconut Horchata Paletas waiting for you. Coconut and Horchata are natural dance partners and it’s a combo worth trying if you’ve never had it before. 29 more words
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Posted at 8:22 pm
Hello my friends!
It has been already some time I have posted something and I am packed with pending things, to be honest. However, as our Mexican family is arriving tomorrow (!) I have been very busy lately. Time flies incredibly fast and mainly when you have things to do 🙂 And as I am finishing preparation for our family, I am thinking about something delicious Mexican to prepare in Czech Republic while visiting my family 😀 As well my work is going incredibly well and I have been loaded with amazing projects… Once I finish today’s dinner (as we have just something simple) I am going to update you what’s going on in my kitchen, In the mean time… Check this amazing Mole sauce. I have already shown you other type of Mole sauce and this one is as delicious as previous one!
Have a great evening everyone! I will catch up properly with you within couple of weeks when everything will be slightly calmer. However, I will be posting occasionally and when possible 🙂
Enjoy every minute! ❤
Vero with lot of Canitos ❤
Green Mole (Pipian Verde) is the perfect introduction to the wild world of mole sauces (pronounced mo-lay). Moles have a rich, satisfying flavor that you won’t find anywhere else on the planet. 38 more words
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Posted at 1:54 pm
And Thursday again! 🙂 How come, I do not know. However weekend almost here and we are planning to “hunt” for used wooden garden furniture or wooden pallets so I can make something creative and funky for our garden 🙂 I am very excited. Yesterday, I spent morning in hospital just for my yearly check – up since I was sick years ago and guess what – if yesterday’s results are good I am going to be completely discharged! Great news. So afterwards, we went with my little monkey to children’ s center so he could have fun too and then shopping together with my aupair and spent proper “girl’s” afternoon. At the end… when we were about to leave the mall, Nando’s caught my attention so we had dinner there and brought as well to my husband, who absolutely loves it. So no cooking, no working… just nice day in the middle of the week.
And as I had free day yesterday I had proper breakfast – eggs with fried tortilla. However, this shared article explains it better than me and those pictures are simply amazing. If you need any inspiration for weekend, get inspired 🙂 Definitely delicious breakfast!
Have a great day!
Vero & little Canito ❤
Finally some Migas! This could easily become your default breakfast dish for lazy weekend mornings, so consider yourself warned! They are addictive and once you’ve had a home-cooked version you’ll be left wondering why eggs n’ bacon in the States are served up so…boring? Green sauces work wonders on eggs so we’re bombing these Migas……
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