¡Recetas para Cinco de Mayo!

Si mi español es no correcto entonces corrijame, por favor. Disfruto practicando mi español. Yo no soy un americano típico que sólo habla inglés.

Cinco de Mayo es uno de mi fiesta favorito. Además, me encanta la cocina de Méjico, Nueva Méjico, y América Central y Latina. ¿Cómo estás celebrando Cinco de Mayo?

En honor de la fiesta, he incluido recetas para el Cinco de Mayo, en inglés y español. ¡Disfrute!

¡Salud!

Además a la fiesta, esta receta fue la inspiración para esta entrada de blog:

http://blog.lacrema.com/chardonnay-churros-mexican-chocolate-ganache/

Otras recetas en inglés:

http://www.foodiecrush.com/2013/05/70-cinco-de-mayo-mexican-recipes/

http://www.aromasnsabores.com/es/2013/05/recipe-cocktail-tacos-tornillo-palomas-for-cinco-de-mayo/

http://www.browneyedbaker.com/20-best-cinco-de-mayo-recipes/

http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/holiday—celebration-recipes/cinco-de-mayo-recipes

http://www.delish.com/holiday-recipes/cinco-de-mayo/

Recetas en español:

http://www.paratimujer.us/cocina

http://www.elmejornido.com/es/menus/menu-para-la-fiesta-de-cinco-de-mayo

http://honestcooking.es/guacamole-autentico-para-cinco-de-mayo/

http://voces.huffingtonpost.com/betti-ortegaroderick/cinco-de-mayo-recetas_b_3204283.html

http://comidamexicana.about.com/od/FiestasYOcasionesEspeciales/u/Comida-Para-El-Cinco-De-Mayo.htm

http://www.aarp.org/espanol/cocina_y_nutricion/recetas/info-04-2011/cinco-mayo-mole-receta-carlos-la-cruz.html

Food for Funeral Parties…

To follow up on yesterday’s blog post, I’d thought I’d also incorporate it into this week’s “Friday Food” blog…

(Excerpt from J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.)

“Look, food!” said Ron.

On the other side of the dungeon was a long table, also covered in black velvet. They approached it eagerly but next moment had stopped in their tracks, horrified. The smell was quite disgusting. Large, rotten fish were laid on handsome silver platters; cakes, burned charcoal-black, were heaped on salvers; there was a great maggoty haggis, a slab of cheese covered in furry green mold and, in pride of place, an enormous gray cake in the shape of a tombstone, with tar-like icing forming the words, “Sir Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington died 31st October, 1492”.

Recipes courtesy of the Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/13/funeral-food-recipes-photos_n_4576791.html

“The Last Supper” by Tom Junod http://www.esquire.com/features/food-drink/huge-food/funeral-food-0311

“Ten Customs around the World”: http://www.thedailymeal.com/funeral-food-customs/111513

Here’s the link to the book mentioned in the above article:

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/311378.Death_Warmed_Over

A handy map, listing funeral foods by (U.S.) region: http://www.epicurious.com/archive/blogs/editor/2014/08/beyond-casserole-mapping-out-the-countrys-funeral-food-traditions.html

Southern Funeral Foods: http://www.deepsouthdish.com/2010/01/traditional-southern-funeral-foods.html

Funeral food, Texan-style: http://blogs.houstonpress.com/eating/2010/07/top_5_funeral_foods.php

Jeez, there’s even a page on Pinterest about funeral food: https://www.pinterest.com/legacycom/funeral-food/

Guide to Sympathy Meals: http://www.usurnsonline.com/grief-loss/sympathy-meals-funeral/

If you got to pick out your funeral feast, what foodstuffs would be on the banquet table?