TIP OF THE DAY: Elote & Esquites, Mexican Corn Recipes

Elote is the Mexican version of corn on the cob, a popular street food. The ear of corn is roasted or boiled in the husk, then husked and served on a stick with condiments. If the kernels are removed from the corn and served in a bowl, the dish is called esquites. These recipes are…
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FOOD FUN: Paint Hard-Boiled Eggs

Why should Easter be the only occasion to rouse your inner artist by painting hard-boiled eggs? The practice of decorating eggshells is ancient, predating Christianity. Engraved ostrich eggs found in Africa date back 60,000 years. Decorated ostrich eggs, also replicated in gold and silver, have been found in 5,000-year-old graves in Egypt and Sumeria. [Source]…
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