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Spooky Chorizo Hand Pies

Are you looking for a simple yet scrumptious savory snack for your Halloween party? Then these Spooky Chorizo Hand Pies will be the PERFECT choice! They are easy and really fun to make, and are stuffe...
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Beetlejuice Shrunken Head with Cheesy Eyeballs

When I was growing up, I was obsessed with Lydia Deetz from the 80’s movie Beetlejuice. With her black boots, black dresses and black hats, she was goth style goals before I even knew what goth was. B...
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Monster Mash Cheese Balls

Halloween isn’t just about passing out candy on October 31st. It’s really about all the days before! The gathering of friends, hanging outside in the gorgeous fall weather, crafting, and celebrating a...
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Three-Eyed Cheese Monster

For your upcoming spooky Halloween party, there are plenty of DIY decorating and menu ideas that will make your event a wicked good time. We like having plenty of finger foods at our parties since man...
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Calabasitas

My cousin Mando recently passed away. This will be our first Dia De Los Muertos that my family will honor his spirit and it will be an especially hard day for my Tia. My cousins and I have decided tha...
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Green Chile Chicken Tamale Cupcakes

Is there any way to make tamales a little more elegant, easy to serve and especially easy to prepare? Yes there is! The first days of November mark Mexico’s Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos), a liv...
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Enchiladas Mineras with Garlic Crema

Meatless Monday just got a bit of a Latin twist with these easy enchiladas mineras. Enchiladas min-eras are vegetarian enchiladas stuffed with seasoned carrots and potatoes. The veggies are held to-ge...
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Sweet Potato, Queso Fresco and Black Bean Enchiladas

Do you ever have that meal that reminds you of family? For me that is remembering breakfast at Grandma's table. Growing up, my family and I, along with all my aunts, uncles and cousins spent countless...
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Chile Poblano and Creamy Corn Soup

The Day of the Dead is November 1 and since I want to honor my mom, I decided to prepare her favorite dish, a Chile Poblano Cream Soup made with roasted poblano peppers, sweet corn and the authentic f...
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Potato and Mexican Chorizo Tarts

Día de los Muertos “Day of the Dead” is traditionally celebrated across three days from October 31 through November 2. This year it falls on the weekend and while you could serve up a spooky Halloween...
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