Rompope Gelatin

Rompope Gelatin

Mary Mata March 30, 2012

By Abigail Garcia This traditional drink hails from the nuns of Puebla, Mexico. A very traditional drink throughout central Mexico, this thick dessert drink is like a creamy vanilla mix […]

Delicious Raspberry And Blueberry Tart

Mary Mata February 29, 2012

This a nice and delicious sweet tart you can enjoy almost every season of the year. I made it for Valentine’s Day, but I really enjoy it for breakfast, midday […]

Amazing Lemon Poppyseed Pound Cake

Mary Mata February 10, 2012

Ever since I tried this cake at the Flour Bakery in Boston, I have fallen in love for poppyseed-everything!From pastries to bread, from sweet to savory, these amazing seeds just […]

Lemon Blueberry Buttermilk Loaf

Mary Mata February 3, 2012

By Melissa Pitts For me, there is nothing better than a hot cup of coffee and a delicious slice of a chocolate or lemon loaf as an afternoon snack. I […]

Stuffed Plantain Croquettes

Mary Mata February 1, 2012

One of the dishes I remember the most from my childhood, are the so called “rollitos de plátano” (plantain rolls) my mom used to cook on a no-meat day. Everybody […]

The New Year’s Grapes Of Hope

Mary Mata December 31, 2011

By La Cosmopolatina One of the most widely spread traditions in Latin America is that of eating 12 grapes at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve. We’ve all […]

Ponche Salvadoreño A La Miel

Mary Mata December 23, 2011

By Deysi Alvarez, for the National Honey Board Makes 4 servings. Ingredients: 5 tbsp honey (for infusion of honey, clove and chamomile tea) 1 pineapple 1 red or green apple 1 […]