Pupusas Gourmet

A new generation of Salvi food… La Margarita Salvadorians have definitely made their mark in the gastronomic history of the world. Food is comforting and brings people together, no matter what your background is. Sharing a plate of food made with love transcends international barriers and heals broken hearts. Pupuserias have been popping up allContinue reading “Pupusas Gourmet”

Pork Chops With Fresh Garden Herbs

Growing your own cooking herbs is no easy feat depending on what types of herbs you use. We are not gardening pros and we are still trying to acquire a green thumb. Cilantro is by far the most delicate of all herbs I have ever tried to cultivate so I still rely on store-bought bundlesContinue reading “Pork Chops With Fresh Garden Herbs”

Italian Not-Just-For-Sunday Sauce

When I first met my husband I was introduced to a new culture. Originally from the Philadelphia region, his dad’s side of the family grew up surrounded by Italian culture, being second generation children of an Italian father. I grew up eating pasta. My mom always made Salvadorian style spaghetti with a little bit ofContinue reading “Italian Not-Just-For-Sunday Sauce”

My Mom’s Sopa de Res: Salvadorian Beef and Vegetable Soup

On days when I’m feeling under the weather, there is nothing more comforting than my mom’s sopa de res. The ingredients are simple, but highly nutritious. It’s made with vegetables that are just “roughly chopped” and beef shanks with bone and all. Bone broth seems to be all the rage nowadays, but using the bonesContinue reading “My Mom’s Sopa de Res: Salvadorian Beef and Vegetable Soup”