Pepitas are pumpkin seeds. Sometimes the word refers to the inside kernel of the pumpkin seed but can also be the entire un-hulled seed. Pepitas are popular in Mexico and they are typically toasted and eaten as a snack
A relative of the tomato and member of the nightshade (Solanaceae) family tomatillos provide that tart flavor in a host of Mexican green sauces. Article includes recipes, history, growing tips and nutritional information
Did you know that the Aztecs did not use fat in their cooking until after the Spaniards arrived? In fact they found fat to be quite unpalatable. Early American foods were flavorful and healthfully prepared. Learn how to Eat like an Aztek. Learn about Low Carb and Low Fat Mexican Cooking.
Mexican pottery cooking pots, information, selection tips, how to use and care for this pottery.