food

January Reflections & Cooking Tips for 2022.

One important thing about “Customs and Traditions” is that they are constant, they repeat every year and become part of our life, part of what defines our beliefs, our tastes, and our sense of what...

Hanukkah – Foods

The traditional foods eaten during the 8 days of Hanukkah, involved oil. As we mentioned before after the Maccabees restored the temple, there was just enough oil in the Menorah to burn for one day...

November Cooking Tips

In 1990, President George H.W. Bush declared November as “Native American Heritage Month”, so we are talking about the most indigineous food there is in all of the Americas: Corn. [Maiz] Last month we talked...

Halloween and Day of the Dead Food

Day of the Dead Food – Mexico Thank God we still have the opportunity to enjoy thousand year old cuisine today! Specifically the Zapotec food that Abigail Mendoza has taken to the world. Abigail has...

Cooking Tips for October

Growing up we had the heaviest meal at 2 pm and supper was the light meal around 7 pm. One of the light meals I liked the best were “Chiles Rellenos” and other vegetables cooked...