Archive for May, 2015
We’ve put together a little glossary/dictionary of common and popular Tex Mex foods and words. Please understand that this is just a small sampling of the many different types of Tex Mex foods and dishes.
A short Tex Mex glossary/dictionary for you!
Sure, guacamole has a lot of calories. But so does just about all other chip dips.
But guacamole also provides you with a ton of heart-healthy fats via its main ingredient, the avocado.
Avocados have a lot of the good-for-you monounsaturated fat within them. Many people believe an avocado is a vegetable, but it’s really a fruit, a fruit that also packs 20 additional vitamins and minerals within its dark green skin.
Guacamole also tastes delicious! It’s the go-to dip for tortilla chips, too.
Delicious, satisfying and good for you! Guacamole!
Read below for a recipe for the perfect guacamole dip (serves two to four). Read the rest of this entry »
Let’s have a bit of fun: read below for Tex Mex food from A to Z.
A. Avocado. So delicious. So good for you (lots of healthy fats). Slice some and place them in your tacos. Or whip up a great guacamole dip for your tortillas.
B. Beans. Whether they’re black, refried or pinto, beans are an important ingredient in Tex Mex food. They’re also extremely healthy eating (well, except for the refried beans. But they are soooo good….)
Memorial Day often signifies the unofficial start of summer in the U.S. Many people love to barbecue during the summer, so Memorial Day and barbecue often go hand in hand.
Why not spice up your Memorial Day celebrations with some Tex Mex barbecue?
And because Memorial Day is a specifically American holiday, we recommend barbecue hamburger, but with a Tex Mex twist: a burger with spicy Cajun mayonnaise as your main barbecue offering.
Barbecuing is a typical Memorial Day activity. Change it up a bit with a Tex Mex burger.