I’m Moving!

By |November 30th, 2011|

Hey my little bits!  I just wanted to let you know that I am moving!  El Señor Hubs, Shadow and I have decided that after 9 years of living in the New York/New Jersey area, it is time to go somewhere warmer.  We both love the Southern charm of this country […]

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The Communal Table: #PullUpaChair for A Virtual Thanksgiving

By |November 16th, 2011|

Have you heard about a virtual Thanksgiving???  Well, me neither.  Until the fabulous people at The Food Network came up with this wonderful idea to essentially put together a menu for Thanksgiving by asking many food bloggers to share their favorite Thanksgiving treats.  I am so happy to be involved in sharing the […]

Colada Morada y Guaguas de Pan: an Ecuadorian Tradition during All Souls Day

By |October 24th, 2011|

In Ecuador, the day of November 2 is a big deal.  This day marks El Día de los Difuntos, also known as All Souls Day.  All Souls Day is sort of like the forgotten step sister to Halloween (October 31st) and All Saints’ Day (November 1st), but it is nevertheless an […]

I went to Canada and scored the Ecuadorian Motherload

By |September 13th, 2011|

In addition to eating poutine, I marked another thing off my to-do list while in Canada.  I was able to get a few Ecuadorian cookbooks my mom had kept after moving from Ecuador.  In addition to these cookbooks, she had a whole bunch of newspaper clippings, cake decorating magazines and hand-written recipes – […]

Jersey City Ecuadorian Food Festival

By |August 9th, 2011|

This past weekend, Jersey City hosted its annual Ecuadorian Festival, which usually consists of performances – singing, dancing, and of course traditional Ecuadorian food.  While the actual festival started at Hora Ecuatoriana (roughly 2 hours late!), we went for the food.  The good thing is that we got the freshest portions of the […]