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Authentic Homemade Mexican Guacamole

Guacamole or “guac” is a smooth dip made of buttery avocados, red onions, tomatoes, cilantro and lime. Creamy, fresh, and flavorful, it’s easy to make at home as a breakfast spread or side dish for dinner too! What is guacamole? Where did Guacamole originate? The Aztecs have been making guacamole for centuries. Of course, at …

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Mexican Style Shrimp Ceviche

Fresh lime and shrimp mix with veggies to form the best Mexican shrimp ceviche! Raw food never tasted this good! Raw fish or shrimp cured in lime or lemon juice and seasoned with spicy peppers is a popular Latin American appetizer. Also called seviche, sebiche, cebiche, serbiche, or cerbiche, the first documented mention of ceviche …

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Quick and Easy Cauliflower Nuggets

Baked cauliflower nuggets with a crispy coating are the perfect snack or side dish for any meal. Serve with your favorite dipping sauce! Who invented these vegetarian Cauliflower Nuggets? No one knows. But they’re as popular as Tiktok’s Hot Chocolate Bombs. Vegetarian, vegan, and dairy-free at the same time, they’re the perfect snack! Why Bake …

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Fluffy Mexican Bolillo Bread Rolls

These Mexican bolillo bread rolls are nice and fluffy and a bit chewy which is so delicious for sandwiches. A spindle or football shaped bread, the bolillo has French roots. The Austrian Emperor Maximilian I or Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph Maria von Habsburg-Lothringen as he was called reigned as Emperor of the Second Mexican Empire from …

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Polish Dill Pickle Soup: Zupa Ogorkowa

This savory and creamy Polish Dill Pickle Soup is perfect for any meal. Hearty and filling, it’s a great dish to serve with some meaty appetizers or sandwiches. Zupa ogórkowa is one of the most popular Polish soups – along with Zurek, Tomato, Potato and Vegetable (Polish version of Minestrone). Recipe Pointers For Polish Dill …

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Summer Kompot Recipe: Polish Fruit Drink

Kompot is THE most traditional Polish drink. One can say Polish beer or vodka is the most famous, but I disagree – everyone drinks kompot in Poland and it’s been that way for generations. There are two versions of kompot – warm made of dry fruits and cold made of fresh fruits. The warm version …

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Mizeria Recipe: Polish Cucumber Salad

Polish people tend to eat seasonal things. It’s always been a tradition to wait a whole year for something seasonal since produce wasn’t imported (avocados, I’m looking at you!). The beginning of the summer is time for fresh fruits like berries or apricots, summer was perfect was sunflowers (in Poland we never eat sunflower peeled …

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