Regardless of ages, whether they are still with us or not, this is a good time to remember her, however you choose. My guess is that when you think of her, there are memories that stand out, and probably some would be what she cooked or baked. Likely those memories also come with a story. With that in mind, we asked several PB co-workers what some of their favorites from their moms were.
Trust me, they are winners. I made two, and added them to my recipe file — the banana bread and the macaroni and cheese. Man, were they
Hot tuna casserole was in the meal rotation of my 1970s youth. If you’re old enough to remember, you too can still visualize the tall box of Tuna Helper on the supermarket shelf, the contents of which included a can of fish, a foil bag of noodles and the ready-made-just-add-water cheese sauce. Stir it all together and voilà, dinner was ready in minutes, a feat of kitchen engineering that my mom and her stay-at-home peers adored. If we were lucky, she might have crumbled potato chips or French-fried onion rings on top (or maybe that’s wishful reminiscing), but mostly I
Whether you’ve had the Starbucks Frappuccino version, Disneyland’s milkshake version, or Ayesha Curry’s brownie version, it’s hard not to fall in love with the flavor of horchata. But no matter how delicious these horchata-flavored treats may be, nothing hits the spot quite like the OG. If you’ve never tried traditional Mexican horchata, this classic recipe is the perfect place to start.
Though horchata only requires four main ingredients — rice, cinnamon, condensed milk, and evaporated milk — it’s a fairly labor-intensive drink to prepare from scratch, so it’ll be a good four hours before you’ll get to take a
As people of all backgrounds come together to celebrate Cinco de Mayo this year, they are doing so with a sense of appreciation for the culture’s rich culinary history and finding ways to tie trends into traditions.
So one brand rooted in the country’s staple ingredients and flavors, Cacique, tapped a panel of culinary experts to help uncover which of the top Mexican food trends are breaking through in 2021.