Pollo a la Crema con Quelites a la Bayless (my way)

Rick Bayless is undoubtedly the most well-known proponent of Mexican cuisine in the U.S. Thanks to his research and documentation of authentic Mexican recipes more Americans have become comfortable adding Mexican fare to their everyday menu. Sure, there are other talented chefs and experts in the field of Authentic Mexican cooking, including Barbara Hansen, Diana … Continue reading

Gabriela’s Kitchenette: Orange & Avocado Crowned Black Thai Grilled Chicken

I cook more than Mexican and Latin inspired dishes. Follow me on Tumblr at Gabriela’s Kitchenette for quick, creative recipes and  inspirations from my kitchen and around the web. This past weekend I assisted talented home-cook, Janice Elder, as she prepared her finalist and WINNING recipe at the 2010 Dole California Cook-Off at the Epicurean Scool of Culinary Arts in … Continue reading

Unconventional Thanksgiving Leftovers: Tacos de Pavo y Papa

Featured Post on: November 23, 2010 This year we’re going to a potluck dinner so I won’t be cooking the bird! But in case you were wondering what to do with your leftovers, here’s a tasty trick, more scrumptious than a cold turkey and mayo sandwhich! xogabriela  —————————– No argument, Thanksgiving is the quintessential soul-feeding, … Continue reading