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Mexican Wedding Cookies

by Melissa Pitts

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Mexican wedding cookies are neither exclusively Mexican, nor are they served at weddings (or at least any Mexican weddings I’ve ever been to). My bubble was burst long ago when talking to some friends about one of my favorite cookies and they looked at me with very confused faces.

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CHeddar biscuits

by Abigail Garcia

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This is my first time making biscuits, and I would say it was so fun and easy to just grab and incorporate some flour, butter, buttermilk and my favourite: cheddar cheese… You can make this little guys for every occasion: breakfast, lunch, side, dinner, or as an appetizer or finger food.

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Pumpkin Flan

by Melissa Pitts

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Pumpkin flan is the ultimate sweet treat for fall, especially Thanksgiving! If you love flan and pumpkin pie, this is the recipe for you. I took Abi’s mom’s flan recipe which is legendary, and added some canned pumpkin and pumpkin pie spices.

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Mexican Conchas

by Abigail Garcia

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One of my greatest weaknesses is bread and pastries, and if its Mexican sweet bread (note: not sweetbreads!!!!) I can hardly control myself! In New York City, it is difficult, but not impossible; to find really good Mexican bakeries and getting there would involve taking the subway and make at least…

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Conchas

by Abigail Garcia

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Una de mis grandes debilidades es el pan, y si se trata de pan dulce difícilmente puedo controlar mis antojos. En NYC es difícil, mas no imposible, encontrar buenas panaderías mexicana, y por lo menos se necesita una media hora, un viaje en metro y un par de transbordos para llegar a ellas.

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Champurradas -Guatemalan cookies

by Melissa Pitts

5.0/5 3 reviews

For those not familiar with Guatemalan cuisine, champurradas are typical Guatemalan cookies. It's where biscotti meets sugar cookie in my opinion. They're flat, crunchy cookies topped with sesame seeds- perfect for dunking in coffee (the best coffee in the world if you ask me!).

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Caldo tlalpeño

by Melissa Pitts

5.0/5 1 reviews

This is one of my favorite soups any time of the year. It’s comfort food at it’s best and super easy to make. For those who may not know, caldo tlalpeño is a sort of chicken soup in Latin America. It has hearty pieces of chicken, garbanzo beans, and chunks of delicious vegetables.

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Bisquets de calabaza y salvia

by Abigail Garcia

/5 0 reviews

Conforme se acerca la época de frío, no puedo resistir las ganas de hornear, hornear y hornear algo... sobre todo si se trata de algo dulce, perfecto para acompañar un cafecito durante la tarde. Estos bisquets (scones como los llaman en E.U.

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Acorn squash and sage scones

by Abigail Garcia

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Cool and breezy days are the best baking days for me. I just can’t resist to jump into my pantry and see what I have available to make a sweet or savory treat in the oven. This time I had some acorn squash puree available and discovered an amazing recipe from Food52.

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Butternut Squash Soup

by Aurora Ibarra

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Autumn is just arriving over here, a bit late as always, and thus soup season in our home has started! I love to curl up on the couch with a blanket and a big bowl of soup...this is one of my favorites right now!

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