All the taste of Tex Mex nachos, without all the carbs!Read More
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A delicious dish that we eat more often now that we are living in Texas, are Elotes, also known as Mexican Street Corn. The dish is relatively simple, but it packs in so much flavor! Nothing is better, especially when sweet corn on the cob is in season and it is fresh from the farm. Make this recipe at your next cookout.Read More
We can’t believe it has taken us so long to post our jalapeno popper dip recipe. This is literally one of our favorites and it is a warm dip recipe that everyone should have in their arsenal. We make this dip as a favorite super bowl party recipe year after year. Since the big game is coming up, we thought it was the perfect time to share it with you!Read More
The holidays are upon us! It is always fun to make a few tried-and-true family favorites and also bring in some new holiday appetizer recipes as well. One appetizer concept that we love are crostinis. Once you crisp up your baguette base, there are so many fun and festive crostini toppings options to choose from. Plus, you can make a few varieties for your holiday gathering in order to appease even the pickiest of eaters. Here are five scrumptious crostini recipes, ranging from easy to moderate skill level.Read More
We're prepping for our trip to Italy by making all things Italiano! What is better than pasta? FRIED PASTA! We tested out three different types of batter to perfect our breading for this toasted ravioli recipe. Plus, we even created a special dipping sauce to accompany the deep fried ravioli!Read More
Naan bread, it goes great with all the flavorful Indian dishes: curries, paneer, tandoori, and tikka masala! Let’s be honest, one of the main reasons you love eating Indian food is the naan bread. At first this dish seemed a little intimidating, but we watched a bunch of videos and read a number of recipes in order to figure out the best way to create this naan recipe. It was surprisingly WAY easier to make than expected.Read More
This past weekend we had the opportunity to head to Alcomar, a neighborhood coastal-inspired seafood spot here in Austin. One of the dishes prepared for us in the demonstration was their Mango Chipotle Campechana. This seafood cocktail was light and refreshing dish that was perfect for the 100 degree heat. The dish had a nice mix of sweet, savory, and spicy and was served with homemade yucca chips. It is a perfect summer appetizer that was more filling than expected! Alcomar was kind enough to let us share the recipe with you!Read More