Each year on May 5, the St. Louis area comes alive with Cinco De Mayo (5th of May) celebrations. Though the St. Louis are is made up of only approximately 2.3% Hispanic/Latino population, everyone enjoys a good Cinco De Mayo celebration or party. If you are hosting a Cinco De Mayo party or just enjoy food with a Mexican flair, following are 5 easy, frugal recipes to enjoy.
I convinced some other friends to go back. With another beautiful night, we were lucky to get another table outside. We started with the Korean taco chicken - 3 perfect soft shell tacos with roasted shredded chicken, home-made hoison sauce, and kimchi slaw. A definite thumbs up from all three of us - the tacos were very light and refreshing, perfect for the summer night. My friends ordered the Macaroni & Cheese and Caprese Sandwich. Both of them were very pleased with their meals. I of course, had to stick with my burgers, so I tried the Dallas - onion straws, bleu cheese and bacon with barbecue sauce. I wasn't as crazy about the Dallas as I was with the Tokyo, but I got my fix.
For their combination dinners you can order the Tex-Mex which is one crispy beef taco and guacamole; with also one beef enchilada topped with spicy sauce, or the Santa Rita which is one soft taco chicken and guacamole, as well as one chicken enchilada topped with tomatillo sauce for $9.95, or even el rey which is one soft taco chicken with guacamole; followed by one chicken enchilada topped with tomatillo sauce, a beef fajita taco in a flour tortilla and one taco beef chalupa for $12.50.
In a 5 or 6 -quart slow cooker chicken taco or crockpot combine the chicken, onion, celery, carrots, parsley, garlic, bay leaf, thyme, salt and pepper. Pour the chicken broth over the mixture. Cover and cook on high for 4 to 5 hours or low for 8 to 10 hours.
Whether you are a die-hard Black Friday shopper, a first time Black Friday braver or a Holiday hopeful who's list is in the hands of the Black Friday hordes, I wish you the best of luck on your bargain hunting this Black Friday. More importantly, stay safe chicken tacos how to make Happy Holidays!
Many of us lead very quite busy and hectic day-to-day lives. That's just life today. But in spite of this we do not have to settle for frozen foods or other boring meals in a box. Not anymore. The crock pot was designed mainly for everybody having busy lives who still are looking for superb dishes. You will find a huge selection of easy slow cooker recipes which you could make in the morning and be able to have a terrific home cooked meal in the evening. It is really effortless and uncomplicated.
This is another classical dish in the Korean recipe books. Galbi Jjim is a variation of Korean beef stew. It doesn't contain as much liquid as the other stews and can take only half an hour to make. Galbi Jjim is made from short ribs, and it doesn't require many ingredients, so it's simple to cook as well. Here's how to make Galbi Jjim.
If raw fish is not your thing, try some Thai BBQ. The original thai bbq restaurant is a franchise that began in California. Las Vegas only has one location. The menu boasts various BBQ and curry items. For more bang for your buck, go for the lunch or dinner specials. The reason I love this restaurant most is the unlimited refills on Thai ice teas. My personal best was four cups. Maybe you can beat my record.
Almost everyone I know likes mexican lasagna flour tortillas chicken. I think it is a popular food item for several reasons. Most folks like pasta in general; and when you add ground beef and a tomato or marinara sauce and cheese - voila! It makes for a meal that can't be beat! Italian foods have long been very popular throughout the world and lasagna is certainly no exception. Perhaps the simplicity in structure is one of the reasons it is a very popular food choice for many families today.
I sometimes quip that the only down side to working at home is that I work in my home. Even with the kids gone to school it's easy to get distracted from work. Here are multi-tasking tips that I've employed, to git her done (or most of it anyway!) My WAHM- Work at Home Mom- job is to write articles online. Writing articles keeps me just as busy as any job I may have out in the community, but somehow, because I writing from my home, I am constantly faced with the at home work: cooking for people with assorted schedules, cleaning, laundry, bills, errands, phone calls, etc. This is how I multi-task (aka juggle).
Here's another approach: You never weigh yourself. You forget your goal of losing ten pounds. What matters is getting healthier. And the only way to do that is to eat better. So you focus on that, eating smaller portions of healthy food, avoiding high-fat snacks and desserts. You're adapting to a new lifestyle and at the end of the month you realize you've lost some weight.
We had a choice of sitting inside or out. It was a little chilly in the restaurant, so we briefly considered eating outside, but ended up opting to sit by the window. Someone brought us ice water and some delicious fresh biscuits with butter and jam slow cooker creme brulee made from Georgia's muscadine grapes.
I panicked. Having never been overweight before, I wondered how this could have happened. I went to the bathroom and pulled out an old, rusted weight scale. Hoisting myself upon the thing, I started crunching the numbers, recalling when I had last been weighed at my physical. Apparently, I was about 35 pounds heavier than when first landing in DC. No wonder my old clothes didn't fit!
Layer vegetables on top of meat. Combine Lipton Onion soup mix with water, along with contents of both cans of soup in the frying pan in which you cooked the meat. Scrape leavings and stir until soups are combined. Pour over meat and vegetables. Cover and cook on low 8-9 hours, or until meat is tender. Serve with a loaf of creme brulee juul review bread, and apple or orange slices as a side dish. Serves 6-8 hungry people.
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