Nobody likes spending money, especially me. I’ll spend hours looking for a way to save even a few dollars on my online purchases. No matter what I’m looking for, marketplaces like Amazon make it easy for me to find a cheap alternative to the expensive brand name products I’m looking at.
If you watch TV, Guy Fieri is pretty hard to avoid. The reality television star is the host and producer of a slew of successful Food Network programs. While he might not be the best chef in the world, his blend of boisterous style, personality, and cooking talent has made him one of the culinary world’s biggest stars.
The idea of tripas as an edible foodstuff can understandably turn a lot of people off. For those not in the know, in Mexican cuisine, tripas refers to the small intestines of a pig, goat, or cow. Beef small intestines, in particular, are the ones that are most commonly used in a lot of Mexican dishes.
The best salsas are homemade. Guacamole is best made at home, too, from your personal favorite blend of herbs, spices, and vegetables. My recipe is a sacred tradition, assembled from at least a dozen hours scraping various online blogs for hidden grains of wisdom. It’s still a work in progress, but I get lots of compliments whenever I’m the one bringing dip to a gathering.
If you’re like me (a dessert aficionado), you probably have experienced a scenario wherein you have tons of leftover ricotta from your recipes with no idea on how and where to store it. How long will ricotta last in the fridge? Can you safely freeze ricotta? These are just some of the questions that went through my mind when I was left with a bowlful of excess ricotta from a cheesecake recipe I was making.