Tag: nachos

Four Twists on Latin Classics

We all have those tried and true Latin meals that we’ve grown to love. We order them at our favorite restaurants and they’re our go-to meal ideas on a weeknight when we just don’t have the time or energy to come up with new ideas for dinner. But let’s get real, we all wish we […]

Five dishes for the newly wed

Being newly wed doesn’t mean the same thing today as it did even a decade ago. There used to be an expectation that marriage signified a massive domestic milestone where things settle down and gear up for a future of bunt cakes and racks of lamb. This isn’t necessarily the case anymore. Marriage, of course, […]

Mexican “Botanas”

Here in America, people have a very close and fanatic relationship with their party snacks. In fact, perhaps the most ubiquitous option comes from Latin influence in the form of a mountain of tortilla chips, salty meat, olives, onions, cheese, and topped with guacamole and sour cream. Also known as nachos. Mexico has a rich […]

Oaxacan Mole Nachos

Perfect for Super Bowl Sunday! Our guest chef Bricia Lopez shares her recipe for nachos with inspiration from Oaxaca. Try them and you’ll never go back to regular nachos!