Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Good Food and Great Products (giveaway ends 10/20/13)


National Hispanic Heritage Month

Did you know from September 15th  – October 15th is Hispanic Heritage Month? Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the traditions and culture of people whose roots trace back to Mexico, Spain or any Spanish speaking nation in Central America, South America and the Caribbean.

I’m not Hispanic, nor is my husband. That doesn’t mean that we don’t love to learn about different cultures and traditions. My husband is 100% Italian and I’m a “mutt” (part Norwegian, Welsh and Irish). I’m possibly something else. I have a form of Anemia that is usually only seen in people of Mediterranean, African or Asian decent. I would love to know what part of my genetics I am missing.

Many of our dear friends, and even family members, are Hispanic, so I am happy to celebrate their heritage along with them.

I love traditional foods such as Jerk Chicken, Beans & Rice, Gorditas, Enchiladas and Carne Asada to name a few.

I have to admit that I really don’t know how to make any of these recipes, but I wanted to make something in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. I decided to make a recipe that I have made for my family in the past and give it a bit of a Hispanic “twist” to it. What I came up with is what I like to call Stuffed Peppers Olé. I’m not sure if the recipe name is unique, but I’d like to think that my twist on it is.

Stuffed Peppers Ole

Stuffed Pepper Olé


  • 4 Large or 6 medium sized green peppers with tops and seeds removed
  • 1 pound of lean ground beef (can substitute for ground turkey or chicken)
  • 1 tablespoon of McCormick Whole Mexican Oregano (or regular oregano)
  • 1/2 teaspoon of McCormick Chili Powder
  • 1/2 tablespoon of McCormick Cilantro Leaves
  • 2 cans of Tomato Soup
  • 1 package of Shredded Cheese (ideally Taco seasoned)
  • McCormick Garlic Salt and/or McCormick Black Pepper (to taste)
  • Salsa (optional)
  • Mexican Rice (you can make it from a mix)
  • Mixed veggies such as onions, beans, corn and anything else you might like (I used Birds Eye Recipe Ready to make it easier)
Stuffed Peppers Ole Ingredients

Not pictured: Tomato Soup

Not Pictured: McCormick Black Pepper

Not Pictured: McCormick Black Pepper

Meat and Bird's Eye Recipe Ready

Stuffed Pepper Ingredients

Tomato Soup


  1. Pre-heat the over to 350 degrees.
  2. Prepare the Mexican Rice as directed (this might take up to 25 minutes so you can start this before you work on the other parts of the recipe).
  3. Boil water with a little bit of salt in it. Once boiling add in the prepared peppers (tops cut off and seeds removed). Reduce the heat and let them sit for 5 minutes. Then remove and put aside in a baking pan. You can sprinkle the insides with a little garlic salt and/or black pepper if you like (optional).
  4. In a pan brown the meat, drain, and put aside (I poured it out on a plate with paper towels sheets on it to absorb the grease).
  5. Rinse out the pan to remove excess grease then add the vegetables and cook until the onions are translucent and the rest of the vegetables and beans are cooked (this takes just a few minutes).
  6. Add in one can of tomato soup (do not add water). Stir well.
  7. Return the meat to the pan and mix. Add in the Mexican rice and mix all of the ingredients well.
  8. Add the herbs and almost the entire package of shredded cheese (put a little aside to top off the peppers). Mix well.
  9. Spoon the mixture into each of the peppers.
  10. In a bowl mix the other can of tomato soup with a little bit of water to give it a gravy consistency. Spoon the tomato soup over the stuffed peppers.
  11. Sprinkle the remaining cheese on top and some additional Mexican (or regular) oregano.
  12. Bake 20-30 minutes until the cheese is melted and bubbly.
  13. Serve with a side of Salsa (optional).
Bird's Eye Recipe ready blends

Cooking the vegetables

Boiled peppers

Some of the peppers cooking in salted water for about 5 minutes.

Recipe Ready from Bird's Eye

Veggies are done. Time to add the meat, rice, spices and tomato soup.

Adding spices and tomato soup.

Adding spices and tomato soup.

Spices add so much flavor.

Spices add so much flavor.

Adding cheese

Time to mix in the cheese.

Stuffed Pepper mix

Looking good!

Time to stuff the peppers.

Time to stuff the peppers.

Sprinkle on cheese

Top with tomato soup, cheese and more oregano.




Ready to eat and enjoy. Olé!

Another recipe I enjoy making for my family which lends it’s self to a Hispanic background is a burrito. But not just any burrito – a breakfast burrito!

These are so easy to make and my family LOVES them. As you know you can enjoy breakfast any time of the day. These also make great after school snacks for kids so they are not starving come dinner time. It’s better then them reaching for chips and candy.

Tortilla wraps can be filled with just about anything. One of my favorite ways to enjoy them is with a little bit of peanut butter spread on one side and then placing some cut up apples on top then rolling it up like a burrito. It’s a healthy snack option and it takes so good!

Here is how I make Breakfast Burritos (or burritos in general).

Breakfast Burrito

Breakfast Burrito

Ingredients needed (per person)

  • 2 whole eggs (or 3 egg whites) scrambled – whisked (put aside in a bowl)
  • Tortilla (whole wheat if you can find them)
  • Salsa (optional)
  • Sour Cream (optional)
  • Shredded cheese
  • Onions
  • Peppers
  • Mushrooms

The amount of each ingredient needed depends on how much you like them. You can add as little or as much as you want. You could even make this with ham, sausage, chicken, meat and just about anything else you can think of.


  1. Pre-heat the oven to the recommended temperature for the tortillas (see product package).
  2. Heat tortillas according to package. To keep them warm I would recommend a product like IMUSA Cloth Tortilla Warmer, especially when preparing them for the whole family. That way the tortillas keep warm while you are preparing the egg mixture.
  3. IMUSA Cloth Tortilla Warmer
  4. In a pan sauté the onions, peppers and mushrooms until soft or al dente.
  5. Pour in the whisked eggs.
  6. Keep moving everything around until the eggs are completely cooked.
  7. Take one of the warmed tortillas and spread the cooked egg mixture on top.
  8. Roll the tortilla up so that it resembles a burrito. Put the sides in FIRST, then roll it up (less messy when you eat it).
  9. Top with Salsa or Sour Cream and enjoy!

These are quick and easy to make and my kids LOVE them. They are also a great on-the-go breakfast for those mornings when they are in a rush. Just make sure you fold them up correctly so that nothing falls out on to their school clothes. I recommend folding in the sides FIRST, then rolling up the tortilla to look like a burrito.

Don’t over stuff them. If you have left over eggs and veggies use them to make a second Breakfast Burrito. Normally when I make them (as outlined above) I have enough to make two Breakfast Burritos, especially because I love to add in a lot of veggies.

If you are in a rush the Bird’s Eye Recipe Ready Peppers & Onions are perfect. There is no need to cut anything up. The veggies are washed and cut up for you. All you need to do is open the package and warm up the contents. Their Tri-Color Pepper & Onion blend is perfect for Breakfast Burritos. The Marsala blend would work well too.

IMUSA Granite Molcajete

I really wanted to use my IMUSA Granite Molcajete to create a recipe. It’s made from natural granite which helps to extract essential oils from herbs and spices. It’s ideal for making guacamole, but no one in my family likes guacamole, so there was no point in wasting avocados. I’m on the hurt for recipes I can make that require a molcajete.

If  you want to add some color to your Hispanic Heritage celebration you should check out IMUSA’s Multicolor Salsa Dishes. They are fun to use to serve salsa, guacamole or other kinds of tips.

IMUSA Salsa Dishes

For more information about McCormick and delicious recipes visit www.McCormick.com. You can also find the brand on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

To learn more about IMUSA products visit them online at www.IMUSAUSA.com. You can also check them out on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest.

To help make your recipes a bit quicker and easier be sure to check out Bird’s Eye Recipe Ready varieties. They are available in the frozen vegetable aisle.

To help you celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month I have a special giveaway for a lucky reader. The prize package includes;

  • IMUSA Wood Mortar & Pestle,
  • IMUSA Tostonera
  • IMUSA Caldero
  • McCormick Garlic Salt
  • McCormick Curry Powder
  • McCormick Paprika
  • McCormick Ground Cinnamon
  • McCormick Oregano
  • McCormick Peppercorn
  • Chicken Bag N’ Season
  • Black beans & rice mix
  • Paella rice mix

All compliments of McCormick and IMUSA.

This giveaway is open to US residents only and will end on October 20, 2013 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via e-mail and will have three days to reply or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please leave a comment on this post and tell me what recipe you would make in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month?

For extra entries you can use the Rafflecopter widget (below) but you must complete the initial entry requirement or the additional entries won’t qualify (I do check). Extra entries are optional.

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*I received free product samples from McCormick and IMUSA in exchange for my participation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. McCormick and IMUSA will be providing the prizes.

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About Kimberly

Kimberly Vetrano resides in the suburbs of New York City with her family and "mini zoo" consisting of five cats, a dog and a Goldfish. Kimberly is a teacher's assistant for a Kindergarten class. When she is not working or blogging, Kimberly enjoys taking photos of nature and hanging out with family and friends.


  1. Tara Liebing says:

    tacos el pastor are my favorite we will also make tacos!

  2. Kimberly Schotz says:

    Your Stuffed Pepper Ole looks delicious. I think I will give that a try.

  3. My family loves stuffed peppers

  4. breakfast burritos

  5. Probably enchiladas.
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  6. I would love to make better enchiladas!

  7. I would love to make burritos.

  8. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    I’d like to try out some chicken enchiladas!

  9. I would make tamales—Rae

  10. We love burritos.

  11. Michele P says:

    I might get ambitious and try tamales Guatemalan style, but most likely I would go for nachos, tacos and dobladas.

  12. I’d like to try out some chicken enchiladas.

  13. Amanda E. says:

    Tacos de Lengua

  14. Cindy Merrill says:

    My family loves soft tacos, I even make them with scrambled eggs.

  15. Amy Honious says:

    I did not know it was Hispanic Heritage Month! I would love to try to make an authentic posole-we regularly make our own enchiladas, tacos and mole. Thanks for such a grand and very useful giveaway!

  16. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I may make loaded nachos! Yum!

  17. We always like to make taco salad. It’s very filling and healthy!!

  18. D SCHMIDT says:

    I would make chicken enchiladas because they are a family favorite.

  19. I would make posole.

  20. Debra Hall says:

    the Breakfast Burrito looks like it would be really good

  21. Green Chili Tamale casserole

  22. I love to make taco salad.
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  23. Enchiladas! 🙂
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  24. Renee Walters says:

    I would love to make burritos.

  25. Georgette says:

    I would make chicken enchiladas because I like them and it’s probably the only thing I could get my dad to eat (he lives with me).

  26. Brandy Davis says:

    Breakfast burritos. Yummy..

  27. I would make chicken tacos.

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  28. Jamie Feldman says:

    stuffed peppers!

  29. I would make tacos
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  30. tacos

  31. Megan Parsons says:

    I would make tacos!

  32. Enchiladas

  33. TACOS

  34. I would make some rice

  35. I will make bean and cheese burritos,guacamole and regular tacos!!!

  36. Margaret Smith says:

    I’d like to make some chicken and rice.

  37. tabitha p. says:

    My boyfriend loves enchilidas so I’d make that for him.
    We are huge fams of Mexican cuisine at our home.

  38. Colin Glendon says:

    Stuffed peppers, but with jalapenos because we like it hot.

  39. Caitlin McClure says:

    I want to make enchiladas

  40. Quesedillas and enchiladas!

  41. Shannon Baas says:

    Mexican casserole.

  42. Katie Amanda says:

    We’d make quesadillas. (YUM!)

  43. Amanda S. says:

    I’d make the breakfast burritos!

  44. Paige Chandler says:

    I’ll be making chile cheese burritos…drool

  45. I would make stuffed peppers.

  46. alyce poalillo says:

    Stuffed Pepper Olé looks very good and I love all kinds of stuffed peppers

  47. Patrice Roussell says:

    The stuffed peppers look so good!

  48. Caroline B says:

    I would ask my hubby to make his delicious smothered burritos.

  49. robyn paris says:

    I would like to make a pork dinner with cuban spices

  50. Chicken fajitas with sriracha! 🙂

  51. I would make chicken enchiladas.
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  52. Karen Leonard says:


  53. I want to try making a mole sauce

  54. jose benavides says:

    I would love to make chile rellenos

  55. Tanya White says:

    I would make spanish rice and chicken enchiladas.

  56. fish tacos are it
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  57. Tari Lawson says:

    I would make chicken quesadillas.

  58. I would make chicken fajitas.

  59. We haven’t had tamales in ages.

  60. Ann Fantom says:

    I would like to try the Old El Paso’s Wild West Sizzlin’ Chicken Tacos recipe.

  61. Francine Anchondo says:

    I would make enchiladas

  62. Tracy L Davis says:

    chicken enchiladas!

  63. The stuffed pepper ole looks delicious but I would probably make some cheese enchiladas.

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  65. Susan Christy says:

    I would make some pork carnitas.

  66. amy mayer says:


  67. We love burritos, so I would like to try the breakfast burrito;

  68. Linda Lansford says:

    I want to make tacos

  69. Dana Rodriguez says:

    The Stuffed Pepper Olé looks delicious!

  70. ELIZABETH C. says:

    My family would love for me to make nachos. We all love it !!

  71. Serena Powell says:

    I’d love to make cheese enchiladas.

  72. kyl neusch says:

    make burritos

  73. Tex-Mex Chili (Hot).

  74. Nicholina Harding says:

    Vegan enchiladas

  75. I’d make some enchiladas with sauce.
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  76. I’d make arroz con pollo

  77. Kelly Amos says:

    I would like to try your recipe for breakfast burritos.

  78. Darlene Jones-Nelson says:

    I love stuffed Green Peppers so I’d like to try the Stuffed Pepper Olé

  79. Carohn Joline Z. says:

    Green peppers, rice and beef look good.

  80. Chipotle Enchiladas! One of my favorite weeknight recipes 🙂

  81. I would make salsa.

  82. We usually make chicken burritos every week my family loves them!

  83. i follow you on bloglovin

  84. Ava Chavez says:

    Probably tamales and chicken enchiladas…Mmmmm, Mexican food is my favorite!

  85. Susan Broughton says:

    My family really loves Mexican food and we usually eat Burritos, enchiladas or tacos. So more than likely we would fix one of these recipes to celebrate

  86. Susan Broughton says:

    I think this recipe for stuffed peppers sounds so good! I am going to put it on Pinterest so that I can give it a try the next trip I make to the grocery!

  87. I would make the nachos with beef asada, bean paste, shredded cheese, guacamole, sour cream and cilantro. 🙂
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  89. Jane (EJ ) says:

    I would make the stuffed peppers & savor every bite

  90. Peppers and Onions sound sgood!

  91. I would make beef fajitas and refried beans.

  92. I would make burritos!

  93. brandy g. says:

    I would make the loaded nachos.

  94. We make tacos every week!

  95. I would make beef tacos. My family loves them!

  96. I would like to make Mexican sweet rice for Hispanic heritage month.

  97. ellen casper says:

    Steak fajitas with rice and beans

  98. I would like to make quesadillas.

  99. Tanya Bartlett says:

    breakfast burritos

  100. Dan DeLorey says:

    Tacos de Lengua.

  101. Allison Downes says:

    I would make chicken enchiladas

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  102. Marti Tabora says:

    I think I would like to try making tamales. I went to Honduras last month and watched someone make them and I think I can do it. They are so good.

  103. Marti Tabora says:

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  104. Marti Tabora says:
  105. The Stuffed Pepper Olé looks really good. I will probably try that.

  106. melissa Resnick says:

    love enchiladas

  107. I would make tacos or enchiladas

  108. I would make a paella

  109. I follow you on bloglovin’

  110. Burritos…I like all types.

  111. Jacob LaFountaine says:

    Make some cheesy enchiladas

  112. I would make a big Mexican Feast with all the trimmings!
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  113. Marti Tabora says:
  114. katklaw777 says:

    I like to make Carnitas in my crockpor…cooking them low and slow is the trick…yum!

  115. Rachel Miller says:

    We love chicken enchiladas!

  116. I would make ensanada style fish tacos

  117. Dawn Mason says:

    I would make burrito or chimichanga bites for my toddler. For dessert a Mexican candy that is safe for him to eat and share with his friends and our neighbors:)sharing is caring and not really that spooky.

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  118. Monique Rizzo says:

    I would make shredded beef enchiladas
    Thanks for the chance.

  119. Jennifer T. says:

    Your peppers recipe is really similar to mine. I’d make my grandma’s recipe black beans and rice.

  120. I’d give your stuffed peppers a try!

  121. Patty White says:

    I would make enchiladas!!

  122. Paula Michele Hafner says:

    I like making chicken enchiladas with homemade sauce.

  123. tina reynolds says:

    we love tacos and burritos

  124. I make a killer taco pie! Pretty sure I invented it! LOL I just layer tortillas, taco meat and cheese in a pie pan about 5 or 6 layers deep. Then bake until bubbly. Then top with lettuce tomatoes and of course, more cheese!

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  125. Marti Tabora says:
  126. Spanish rice

  127. Tacos are our go to hispanic food.

  128. I would attempt to make posole.

  129. Chicken fajitas!

  130. Britty Brannon says:

    Tamales and Spanish rice!

  131. Christine says:

    chicken enchiladas

  132. Kimmy Stebbins says:

    Tamales. Now I’m hungry……..

  133. Definitely making stuffed peppers!

  134. christopher h says:

    we like making enchiladas

  135. Douglas Houston says:

    Hot Tamales

  136. Enchiladas !! Those stuffed peppers look amazing!

  137. DorothyTeel says:

    I really want to make your breakfast burritos they sound great and it is the weekend and I do make big breakfast on Sunday and I have to go to the grocery store tomorrow so I will get the goodies and try them

  138. I would make my grandmothers rice, along with her Rellenos de Papa.

  139. Jennifer Reed says:

    I think I would make the Slow Cookers Shredded Pork Carnitas Taco Recipe on the McCormick site to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month.

  140. Jennifer Reed says:

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  141. Ross Hassel says:

    I would make some breakfast burritos.

  142. Desiree Dunbar says:

    I’d like to make the Pork Carnita Tacos.

  143. Jessica Rose says:

    I’d make like some enchiladas!

  144. Roberta Horn says:

    The stuffed peppers look wonderful, but I will probably make my fam’s favorite, taco salad!

  145. Stephanie Larison says:

    I’d make chicken enchiladas.

  146. I love making breakfast burritos.

  147. Lauren Flynn says:

    What a great prize package for my chef boyfriend! I showed him your recipe and he plans to try the dish this weekend. Thank you!

  148. joseph gersch jr says:

    I would make enchiladas

  149. crystal smith says:

    I would make tamales and pan de elote- one of my favorite meals since I was a kid.

  150. crystal smith says:

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  151. crystal smith says:
  152. Karen Drake says:

    I would make tacos.

  153. I’ll probably make soft tacos

  154. Stuffed Pepper Ole , the family looks forward to trying this.

  155. I would make Ropa Vejia with black beans and rice.

  156. I will be making fajitas, stewed beans and flan this month

  157. I would make burritos

  158. Susan Smith says:

    I’d like to make chicken enchiladas!

  159. Ed Nemmers says:

    Chicken Ole would be my recipe of choice!

  160. Nicole C. says:

    I would make a taco salad.

  161. I would make a taco salad

  162. chickie brewer says:

    I would make rice and beans,

  163. Leslie Brown says:

    I’d make chili con carne, and I wouldn’t let my husband help because he spices it up too much.

  164. I would make enchiladas.

  165. Michele Carvalho says:

    I would like to make chicken burritos.

  166. Angela Ash says:

    To celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month – I’d make your Breakfast Burrito recipe. It’s so simple, doesn’t take many ingredients & is all fresh. Sounds good. Other than that I’d definitely make cheese/onion enchiladas. I made burritos tonight. Yum, yum, yum!

  167. We would make some enchiladas!

  168. Brittney House says:

    I would love to make burritos.

  169. Chris Marie says:

    I would make chicken enchiladas.

  170. I would make homemade tamales.

  171. I would make spicy chimichangas.
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  172. Chicken Fajitas
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  173. Kelly Britton says:

    I would make steak fajitas!

  174. Brenda Elsner says:

    I would make some stuffed peppers!

  175. krystal wethington says:

    Id like to try the Stuffed Pepper.

  176. Sorry, I’m not Hispanic.

  177. Della Barker says:

    I would make loaded nachos

  178. Beef fajitas.

  179. Rosie LaVertue says:

    Stuffed Pepper Ole

  180. Nicole Carter says:

    I will make enchiladas.

  181. Melanie Montgomery says:

    My famous empanadas

  182. Amy Smeltzer says:

    Chicken nachos or nacho supreme is my favorite but I like tamales, enchiladas, chile rellenos , burritos and all of that stuff.

  183. I want to make breakfast burritos.

  184. I’d like to make paella. Thanks for the chance.

  185. Kat Emerick says:

    I have an old recipes from friends that we call Puerto Rican Rice and Beans .

  186. Dorothy Deakyne says:

    tacos for sure

  187. Melissa B. says:

    I would like to make taco salads.

  188. Barbara Stenby says:

    The stuffed peppers look so tempting but the breakfast burritos would be good too!

  189. Chicken enchiladas
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  190. kathy pease says:

    id love to try the Chunky-Chicken-Chili recipe that looks so good 🙂

  191. melikegarfield says:

    The “Pumpkin-Pie” Tamales seem like a real interesting recipe. Might have my mom make it, since she is the better cook.

  192. I’d make tomatillo sauce / chicken enchiladas.

  193. Your stuffed peppers ole looks delish…I’d try that recipe 🙂

  194. I’d make enchiladas.

  195. rose paden says:

    Taco salad, I love anything taco!

  196. amy deeter says:

    breakfast burritos

  197. susan smoaks says:

    i would make chicken enchiladas because they are my favorite

  198. I’d make stuffed peppers!

  199. Virginia Rowell says:

    I would make Chimichangas. So delicious!!!!!!

  200. Mya Murphy says:

    lol probably tacos. Not HUGE on Mexican/

  201. we like making enchilados

  202. Michelle Tucker says:

    I’d make green chili chicken enchiladas. Yummy!

  203. Michelle Tucker says:
  204. My family loves tacos and burritos. Love all the spices.

  205. Buddy Garrett says:

    I would love to make steak fajitas.

  206. Rebecca Lock says:

    Green Chili Enchiladas

  207. Jennifer M says:

    I’d make salsa verde enchiladas.

  208. I would make tacos!

  209. Trisha McKee says:

    Tacos- it is the one thing my daughter and I can agree on and no wonder- they are the delicious!

  210. Christian Alejandro says:

    Posole or menudo sounds great!