Tres leche cupcakes are the playful version of the traditional sponge cake soaked in milks and make the perfect size servings for par-tays!
Traversing the margarita trail is an eye-opening experience. We chased the rainbow from sunup to sundown until we reached trail’s end.
A Devil’s Margarita is different and like an apple in the Garden of Eden will tempt you to have another. Clutch your protective amulet and drink up!
I requested a “dealer’s choice” with mezcal and a tamarind margarita appeared, another of the many delicious cocktails I sampled in Mexico.
A Prickly Pear Margarita may be the most beautiful of all, and we have the opuntia cactus with its tuna to thank for that!
The deep color and raspberry-citrus flavor of the Blood Orange Margarita is unforgettable. It’s at home on a desert mesa, savored while watching the sunset.
A Lavender Margarita is both elegant and potent. With a generous pour and the delicate aroma it’s suitable for black tie dinners and casual affairs.
One sip of a turquoise margarita will transport you to a faraway place, with a gentle island breeze that melts your cares away.
A Spanish Carajillo was my parting gift from Pujol after dinner. Between the coffee and the liqueur I had all the ingredients I needed to chill out.
Mayan lima beans are my favorite way to eat them. Searing to cook them preserves all their natural flavor for the best lima beans ever.