Get your original Cabo Cooler necktie Be ready for the summer heat, on Etsy.
Blend all together in the blender into a liquid.
Buy pork shoulder or pork neck from the butcher and slice into into 1 – 2 centimetres thick pieces. In a large bowl layer pieces of pork and marinade on top. You can put in some pieces of bacon to add extra taste (optional). Marinate overnight.
Experimenting with Tacos al Pastor I have done it in two methods:
1st Method stack marinated slices of pork on top of a pineapple into a tower and cover with another piece of pineapple and roast in the oven for a couple of hours. Slice pork and chop up.
2nd Method lay pineapple slices on a baking tray with marinated slices of pork on top and pineapple slices on top, cover with aluminium foil and bake for 4 hours. Remove pineapple and then shred into pulled pork.
Combine the following ingredients in a jar and leave to prepare for a few hours or overnight. When it turns bright pink it will be ready to eat.
In a pan without oil cook:
Once everything has been blackened put the ingredients into a blender or food processor along with half a red onion, cilantro, sea salt, juice of one lime and blend until you have reached the desired consistency.
Avocado habanero cream:
Blend in a food processor:
To prepare this salsa you will need tomatoes, garlic, serrano (habañero or jalapeño or a mix if you are feeling adventurous), red onion and cilantro.
For a bowl of salsa the size of the photo I used: 4 vine tomatoes, 4 cloves garlic, 1.5 large serrano peppers fried in a pan little or no oil.
Put the tomatoes, garlic and chiles in the pan and let them gently burn on all sides. Once blackened put in food processor or blender along with 1/4 red onion and a bunch of cilantro, blend, add salt and you can also add a squeeze of lemon or lime.
You can substitute the vine tomatoes with roma or even green tomatillos. If you make green salsa be sure to add some cumin spice.
Enjoy with tacos, burritos, quesadillas or chips.
I found a post on Pinterest for making your own Alcoholic Ginger Beer
and I have decided to give it a try. The process should take 3 weeks starting from today so I will be updating on the progress.
Here is the first phase:
As this is the first time I am attempting this I wanted to try out a couple of methods to see what works better and also to make sure that at least one batch works out. So I made a second one using my juicer to extract juice from 3 limes and some ginger. I put this juice into the water, yeast, sugar and also added a bit of the lime (zest) and ginger fibres to ensure flavour. This one also does not contain jalapeño.
One week in and I have four bottles of this:
Two weeks to go to ferment…
Ginger beer turned out stronger than I thought it would be. It is dry and is nicely carbonated, sparkling and very gingery tasting. I will try to measure the alcohol content on the next batch but my guess is that this is between 6 to 8%.
As this first batch was successful and our friends started asking for more so I decided to make a new batch. I made 4 plants this time so I should get about 8 x 2 litre bottles worth of ginger beer. This time I juiced a large piece of ginger and 6 lemons. I mixed the ginger and lemon juice into the warm water/champagne yeast then stirred in 2 x tablespoons of sugar for each plant and the fibrous leftovers of ginger and lemon from the juicing process. I will be feeding my plants for a week then proceed with the process.
While camping beer in cans is the way to go as they are light weight and easy to collect to recycle/ dispose of afterwards. They are easy to stack in the eski and there is no risk of breakage.
In addition you can use them for other purposes… If you do not have pots or pans you can cook eggs in beer cans. Just cut an opening in the can and coat the inside with some cooking spray, crack the eggs inside and put on the barbeque or near the campfire. You can scramble the eggs in the can or leave whole. Sprinkle some spices on top and eat for breakfast.
I first discovered Growlers at Green Leaf Brewery in North Vancouver early 2014. It was the first time I saw something so cool for beer. Immediately I needed to buy one and fill it up with the delicious Bitter Leaf IPA.
Since then I have been on a mission to explore different local breweries and add to my growler collection.
The great thing about them is that they cost around $5 to purchase and you can bring them to any brewery to refill with what they have on tap. You just need to wash them out before.
It might cost between $8 to $15 per refill for 64 fluid ounces or 1.89 litres of beer. While at the breweries you can get a flight to taste the beers that are available and choose the right one to take home. Plenty of craft beer deliciousness.
Hello everyone my name is Catherine, I am Canadian and live in Sydney Australia with my Fiance and our son Seth. When I first started this blog we were living in Vancouver Canada where we were exploring many different breweries and to try new local beer and beer cocktails.
I enjoy a variety of beers from lagers, beer cocktails to more hoppier IPAs and flavoured beers such as Ginger Beer, Ales and whatever is in the taster flight!
I also enjoy cooking delicious Mexican food as I lived in Mexico for 7 years.
I work in the Catering Industry organizing Events, Conferences and Weddings. Soon I will be planning our own wedding.
Hopefully you will enjoy my blog about Beer, Mexican Food, Cooking and and maybe some other fun topics 🙂