Print Recipe La Hacienda de Los Barrios Menudo This piping hot recipe comes from the Barrios Family of La Hacienda de Los Barrios. Try serving with finely chopped serrano chiles to garnish the menudo. Warm corn or flour tortillas are also a must! Menudo is popular in Mexican culture because it is believed to be […]
Print Recipe Goya Foods Coquito Coconut Eggnog If you like coconut and eggnog, you’ll love Puerto Rican Coquito! Coquito is a thick and creamy coconut drink that mixes silky GOYA® Coconut Milk with sweet GOYA® Cream of Coconut, cinnamon and rum. This rich, authentic coquito recipe is commonly made during Christmas, where it’s served cold […]
Looking for the ultimate cookie to leave for Santa this year? Look no further than these rich, fudgy cookies studded with chocolate chunks and melty marshmallows and dusted with crunchy peppermint candies. They’re like a mug of holiday hot chocolate in cookie form!
Traditional Mexican hot chocolate has a richness unlike any hot chocolate you’ve ever tasted. In Mexico, and in many stateside specialty food shops, you can buy round bricks of chocolate already scented with different spices […]
This recipe is courtesy of O’Brien’s Restaurant.
Move over milk and cookies for Santa, here comes a milkshake to “Season up” your holidays. This Goodtaste-approved spiked-eggnog-milkshake is from Chef Justin of Bernie’s Burger Bus, try it here!
Welcome to pie nirvana! We’ve tasted our way through nearly 30 decadent, made-from-scratch pies at Texan Café & Pie Shop. Don’t miss the rich Dark Chocolate Cherry pie, we have the recipe here!
Cheers to Becker Vineyards, the beautiful Hill Country winery that has won international awards for its wine.
There’s nothing tragic about the Orange Ophelia, but the flavor is definitely dramatic! Shake up this Shakespearean cocktail with blood orange juice, gin, and fresh rosemary.
These crab stuffed mushrooms are a gourmet treat for your guests, but don’t take a whole lot of preparation and time.
Paula’s Texas Spirits packs a punch with this hard cider punch! It infuses orange liqueur with bourbon and rye whiskey — enough to power nine ladies dancing!
Apples are a traditional food for Rosh Hashanah, symbolizing the fruitfulness of life. Served with honey, it represents the hope for a sweet year and a sweet life.
This slow roasted pork belly recipe from Goya Foods is absolutely heavenly served over a bed of warm manchego polenta with a buttery rich butterscotch reduction sauce.
She assures us, “We know what you’re thinking — delicious and healthy? Too good to be true, right? No!”
Love mulled wine? The recipe above has “Twang” of tamarind along with both red and white wines!