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  • Fresh Strawberry Margarita

    Skip the sugary mixes and blend strawberries, lime juice and a touch of agave syrup to sweeten this crowd-pleasing party drink. Agave syrup is sweeter than simple syrup, so about half as much is needed for sweetening beverages. Agave syrup and tequila are both made from the agave plant, so they are a naturally good combination. more

  • Carne Asada

    Carne asada means grilled meat. Since the meat is cut in strips, a grill pan or skillet works well instead of a barbecue. The meat is seasoned before it goes in the pan, and then served on tortillas with a choice of condiments like guacamole, red onion, cilantro and lime. more

  • Chicken Tostadas

    Who can resist the combination of refried beans, Chicken, cheese, avocado, salsa verde and refried beans on corn tortillas? Leftover chicken makes short work of this family friendly crowd-pleaser. more

  • Turkey Picadillo Tacos

    A can of fire-roasted tomatoes transforms ground turkey into taco filling. Fire-roasted tomatoes vary in heat by the brand, try a few to pick your favorite. Raisins add sweet contrast to the heat. more

  • Avocado, Shrimp, and Caramelized Onion Quesadillas

    Appetizer-sized wedges of tortillas filled with aromatic seasoned shrimp, avocado, melted Monterey jack cheese and caramelized onions make an irresistible finger food at parties. more

  • Soft Fish Tacos with Farmer’s Market Salsa

    Stop by the farmer’s market on the way home and these garden-fresh fish tacos will be on the table in no time. Other fish, such as halibut, snapper and flounder, can be used in place of the cod. more

  • Black Bean, Corn, Avocado, and Tomato Salad

    Serve this as a meatless main or side dish. Or, make it for your next party—whether at a barbecue or on a buffet table, it holds up beautifully and may be made a day ahead. more

  • Pan Seared Halibut with Romesco Sauce

    This simple, elegant dish can be on the table in about 20 minutes. The beautiful Romesco sauce, which hails from Spain, is equally delicious on tuna, swordfish, grilled chicken breasts and vegetables. It may be made three to four days in advance and kept refrigerated. more

  • Pork Fajitas with Mango, Peppers, & Onions

    Strips of pork marinated in lime, chili and cumin and grilled are served with sliced mango, avocado, and savory sautéed peppers and onions along with warm tortillas to create a fajita fiesta. more

  • Tex-Mex Slaw

    Make this slaw as spicy or mild as you like. To make it one day in advance, simply store the vegetables, tossed together and undressed, covered in the refrigerator. The dressing may also be made the day before and stored separately. more