The History Of Tamales & Modern Tamale Recipes For National Tamale Day

[1] You can have these tamales shipped to you: Beef Tenderloin, Ancho Chile Pork, and Chicken Tomatillo (photo © Mackenzie Limited). [2] The masa filling is wrapped in a corn husk or banana leaf. In a pinch, in the old days, even tree bark was used (photo © Broken Spanish | Los Angeles). [3] Open…
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Hard Tacos a.k.a. Crunchy Tacos For National Crunchy Taco Day

October 4th is National Taco Day. So why do we need a second holiday, March 21st*, National Crunchy Taco Day? To celebrate hard tacos a.k.a. crunchy tacos. They may merit their own holiday because in Mexico, tacos were traditionally made with soft corn tortillas. While today you can find tacos with flour tortillas, and with…
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Gluten-Free Snacks For Game Day & Every Day

When it comes to entertaining it can be hard to accommodate all diets, and often gluten-free options are limited. Now, with an ever-expanding selection of prepared frozen snacks by Feel Good Foods, everyone can enjoy indulgent treats and have new options for any day of the week! I first discovered Feel Good Foods in my…
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Easy Scallion Pancakes Recipe For The Lunar New Year

The Year Of The Tiger began February 1st and lasts through February 15th. There’s lots of time to celebrate with traditional dishes. We’re having one a day—as simple as a few dumplings and ending up the celebration with Peking Duck (roasted and served with pancakes, scallions, and hoisin sauce). There are more recipes below. Also…
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