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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Posted at 9:37 pm
Happy new week, my friends! 🙂 Hopefully, you all had a great weekend. We did! And… I am “spamming” again with something incredibly delicious and Mexican – steaks with salsa verde ❤ Please, have a look and get inspired with this share.
We are going on holiday soon, actually this week. We are going to Czech Republic as we did not go during the Easter break and I cannot wait, I am really looking forward to it 🙂 Family and relaxing time is waiting. Even my grandma from Slovakia is coming to see our little monkey. And we have planned some time together with my husband as well, just us with “beer wellness”. Ah yes, you are reading correctly, however I will tell you more once we go. It has been Christmas present from my parents for us so it is time to “use” it 🙂
Have a great week!
Vero & little Canito
Steaks in Green Sauce Steaks in Green Sauce (Salsa Verde) with Squash Having grown up in a household where almost every guisado (everyday stews) had lots of vegetables in it, it’s common for me to always add some sort of veggies to my dishes when cooking at home. 1,077 more words
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Posted at 9:18 am
Almost the end of the week. One of my college is leaving today, unfortunately. Very nice guy who has been with company for many years and reached as much as he can within his position.. I have worked with him only shortly, but he will be missed here. For him it means new beginnings and that’s exciting. It reminds me my late situation 🙂 All of here are going to have lunch together with him (just pizza, but good idea) what I found really nice! And while I was preparing myself in the morning to work and thinking about today’s day, I found this delicious recipe behind!!! ❤ I wish, I could have this instead the pizza 😀
Have a great day everyone!
Vero & little Canito
The closer you live to the seaside communities in Baja California, the closer you’ll be to the original incarnation of Baja Fish Tacos: fried fish, sharp cabbage, and some gooey creamy spiciness. The farther away you get the more varied the interpretations will be, but luckily it’s easy to whip up an authentic batch without……
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Posted at 6:52 am
I absolutely agree with statement “nothing beats a homemade corn tortilla”. My husband is pretty good with that… From time to time, he does prepare corn tortillas during the weekends.
You just need few things for preparation: masa harina, pinch of salt, cold water and olive oil and tortilla press. Mix everything together and make a nice dough, not to dry, not to “watery”. Split the dough into smaller pieces, cover it and let it rest for couple of minutes in the fridge. Put the cling film in tortilla press, then dough and press. You can cook tortillas straight away with lightly oiled pan.
If you like tortillas, give it a go and try by yourself. It is definitely worth it. Have a look in shared post below!
Vero & little Canito
Como Usar la Prensa Para Hacer Tortillas de Maíz Nothing beats a homemade corn tortilla. If you have never used a tortilla press before they’re simple to use and inexpensive. 375 more words
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