Gather your friends and shake off the winter blues, we’ll tell you all you’ll need to know to throw an Italian Polenta Party full of cozy comfort food.
Cooked in a mixture of dark beer, and spices this barbacoa is crazy tender. Serve with tortillas or over polenta like we did for our Italian Polenta Party. What is Barbacoa? The term barbacoa has always confused me. The first time I heard it was in my early twenties as a sous chef at Mustard’s Grill in the Napa Valley. A few of my fellow cooks were gathered around discussing weekend party plans and announced they were going to do a barbacoa in their yard. Truly a weekend project, they dug a deep hole, filled it with smoldering wood and a baby goat then covered over the hole with agave leaves. The meat roasted very slowly and about 8-10 hours
A gorgeous blood orange tart in a rich pie crust with fresh slices of blood orange and a creamy mascarpone and vanilla cream filling.
Celebrate your love this Valentine’s Day with crispy chocolate churro hearts dipped in boozy salted dulce de leche sauce.
Crispy Panko-breaded chicken milanesa tucked inside a fluffy roll with pickled fennel and carrots and swathed in a creamy basil and lime mayonnaise.
Hello dear hearts! What’s for dinner? Oh, that again. Here’s a constant dinner companion that I have up my sleeve for when I do not want to think about dinner but I must because I decided about 9 years ago to feed and protect. Salmon salad. It sounds simple enough, and it is, but is also a genius solution because it can be basically anything you want. Follow along below if you’d like to make this exact recipe but you really only need a fillet of salmon, some lettuce, and dressing to make salmon salad for dinner. This is a standard at Casa Ramos because there are only a handful of dinner options that all four of us get excited
The simplest thing you are NOT doing in the kitchen + a super simple, restorative Caldo de Res or Mexican Vegetable Beef soup recipe to help you fix it.
Oven-baked chicken wings tossed in a smoky-sweet barbecue sauce made with caramelized onions, chipotle chiles, raspberry jam, and a jolt of coffee.
Homemade candied citrus and sweetened whipped cream turn this traditional bread eaten on Dia de los Reyes (January 6th) into a grand dessert.
The 10 most loved recipes to emerge from the ¡Hola! Jalapeño kitchen in 2016!