How to Clean and Season Your New Molcajete

Posted on 28. Nov, 2012 by .

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By Bill Triebold Fans of authentic salsa and guacamole are probably familiar with the historic cooking and grinding tool called a Molcajete. A Molcajete is a stone bowl used for mashing seeds, spices and herbs. A must have if you love preparing authentic tex-mex cuisine. But beware; these new bowls must be seasoned before use. […]

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An Overview of The Origin Of New Mexican Cuisine

Posted on 12. Aug, 2012 by .

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By Norman M. Carter The allure of South-western food is mesmerizing – spicy, flavourful, delicious. Unfortunately, in today’s culture, several unique categories of Hispanic cuisines are grouped under the uninviting stereotype of “Mexican food”, which couldn’t be further from the truth. However, in some way or another, most of us have been exposed to the […]

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Tex-Mex Dips – A Sampler

Posted on 06. Jul, 2012 by .

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4 Delicious Tex-Mex Dip Recipes To Serve With Tortilla Chips By Shelly Hill Do you need a few new recipes for your next family get-together? Are you hosting a party and need a few tasty Tex-Mex appetizer dip recipes that are easy to prepare and taste delicious? If so, I have 4 fantastic recipes to […]

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Tex-Mex Cooking

Posted on 19. Feb, 2012 by .

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Tex-Mex Cooking – Glossary of Dishes From the Oldest Regional Cuisine Style in the Country By Billy Bristol This is a glossary of terms and definitions for Tex-Mex cooking dishes. Most of these dishes can be found at Texas-Mexican restaurants and from Texas cooks. Others are fairly recent additions to this style of food, and […]

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