Vegan Day of the Dead Bread

Who knew death could be so colorful? Purple and orange tissue paper banners line altars decorated with marigold petals, colorful sugar skulls, and a bounty of fruit and vegetables. This

Spicy Hearts of Palm Ceviche (Aguachile)

Halloween is right around the corner and it look like it’s going to be Star Wars crazy. Up until a couple of weeks ago I had never watched a single

Macadamia Nut Queso Fresco

What can I say about vegan cheese? I don’t like it. I’m sorry, but I just don’t. Maybe it’s because I was a passionate cheese lover before going vegan. Oh

Stax Cookie Bar

Disclosure: I was invited to sample menu items at Stax Cookie Bar in order to write my review. No other compensation was received. All opinions are 100% my own. Being

Mexican Pickled Jalapeños & Radishes

This past week was rough. School started on Monday and it couldn’t come soon enough, except I now have to wake up at 6:15 am in order to make it

Cooking Classes in Orange County

I really enjoy giving cooking classes, especially to kids. They have no preconceptions of what something should look or taste like, and most of the time they are so excited

Vegan Chorizo Torta

Summer is quickly coming to an end, or has come to an end for some of you. The heat is escalating quickly and hot summer days will soon be hot

My Vegan Mexican Table – Free eCookbook

It’s finally done!!! My Vegan Mexican Table, your FREE ecookbook with 10 brand new recipes. To download it, simply join our email list and you will receive a link to

10 Things to Do in Orange County with Teens

I have two beautiful teenage nieces that live in Texas, right on the border with Mexico and they’ve spent the last two weeks here. We had such a blast that

Mangonada (Mango and Chamoy Slushie)

Hot sticky summers, clothes drenched in sweat, and the almost unbearable burn of the sun on your skin can only describe a summer in northern Mexico, ok and probably Arizona