I have a dear friend that recently retired as H-E-B’s head nutritionist. Rose Benner was in charge of creating, testing and demonstrating recipes for all H-E-B’s. This is her recipe for Black-Eyed Pea Tamales.
H-E-B’s annual Quest for Texas Best has narrowed down a list of 25 finalists from over 600 entries — 9 of which are from right here in Austin! We’re in the We Are Austin kitchens this week to taste test them all!
Rain or shine, our appetite for the most colorful, craveable Fiesta cuisine carries on. We’re hungry for it all! Savor the only full week of happenings on this 126th Anniversary with authentic Mexican street foods…
A comfort classic-especially in Texas! Tamales of all different fillings make their way to family gatherings- from beef, chicken, bean and cheese, to even sweet ones made with raisins and cinnamon. This one hails from the coast of the Yucatan region of Mexico, Cochinita Pibil.
Executive Chef Alberto Gutierrez’s take on the classic Mexican dish, which hales from the coast of the Yucatan region of Mexico, Cochinita Pibil. Cochinita Pibil gets its robust flavor from the Achiote paste.
Some of the best food you’ll find in the city of San Antonio surfaces each spring during Fiesta. Count these Smoked Picadillo Duck Tamales from Boudro’s/Zinc Executive Chef Manny Elizondo among the top tastiest prospects in town…
Go big for your first meal of 2015! We’ve compiled our list of culinary contenders to keep close for when the ball drops. No cutlery, no clean-up, just plain good party food to keep you fueled while burning the midnight oil this New Year’s Eve!
Ready those appetites for homemade tamales as big as Texas! My friend Carol Pierce with Golden Kernel Tamales made an appearance in my kitchen to share her how-to’s of assembling healthy tamales just in time for the holidays. Plus recipes!
The New York Times has a feature on what to do with Thanksgiving leftovers. Somewhat interesting, fun ideas with dry turkey tortillas, a turkey lentil soup and such, but I think Goodtaste.tv has the ultimate way to get the very best out of your Thanksgiving leftovers!
Rose Benner was in charge of creating, testing and demonstrating recipes for all H-E-B’s. In a pinch late last night as I was searching for a recipe for Black-Eyed Pea Tamales, I texted Rosie to see if she had a recipe. This amazing woman sent me this recipe this morning…
Get a load of this: From now until December 31st, La Fonda Alamo Heights is combining two holiday traditions under one husk…tamales and black-eyed peas! The beloved Mexican eatery is offering Black-Eyed Pea Tamales in addition to the usual Pork, Chicken and Beef varieties.
Sur La Table has teamed up with a good friend of mine- renowned chef, cookbook author and TV personality Michael Flores to bring cooking classes to their Shops at La Cantera in San Antonio! Sur La Table is an innovator for the kitchen, providing knowledge of food and culture through its cooking class program. Despite […]
Telephone your Abuelita and gear up for another chance at bragging rights, San Antonio! Do you think your family recipe for tamales is the best in town? Enter for a chance to prove what you’ve got at the Œ ‘Best Tamales in San Antonio’ competition at the 2nd Annual Tamales! at Pearl festival on Saturday, Dec. 3.
Here’s a twist on traditional tamales. This recipe is from La Gloria at Pearl Chef Johnny Hernandez. The chicken mole tamales are wrapped with banana leaves. Mix together all ingredients until you reach a dough consistency. Shape masa into 4oz balls. Chicken Mole In a large pot, boil chicken with the onion, bay leaves, celery, […]
Tamale Time at Pearl…like nothing you’ve ever tasted before!