Grilled Marinated Flank Steak Tacos featuring Budweiser Brewmaster’s Premium Sizzlin’ Steak House Marinade Bags (Sponsored)

My second blogger recipe contest entry using Budweiser's new line of barbecue sauces and marinades. features flank steak as the star of the show. I'm not sure that I've written a simpler recipe than this one and that's because the Budweiser Brewmaster's Premium Sizzlin' Steak House Marinade Bag did most of the work! Some of the... Continue Reading →

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Citrus Marinated Carne Asada Tacos Recipe

Carne Asada seems like a simple dish because the translation of the words basically amounts to "Grilled Meat," but the truth is that it's harder to find good preparations than one might think. No matter what kind of Mexican restaurant I try, I tend to judge their quality by their carne asada (and carnitas!). Some... Continue Reading →

Tacos Don Nacho – Pawtucket, RI

Before one of my friends moved to Boston, MA, we were hanging out near where he used to live in Rhode Island. A few hours after dinner, we were hankering for a taco and he suggested that we head to Tacos Don Nacho for a taco fix. I had seen Tacos Don Nacho before while... Continue Reading →

El Rancho Grande Review

I'm always skeptical when people recommend Mexican restaurants to me.  The reason is that there are some terrible places out there, and even worse, many people don't know what good Mexican food tastes like. This was not the case with: El Rancho Grande 311 Plainfield Street Providence, RI 02909 A few friends recommended this place... Continue Reading →

Fish Tacos

I received a request for a fish taco recipe.  The requester also specified that she prefers non-battered fish, but I wasn't sure I could comply with that request at the risk of making sub-par tacos.  Instead, I decided to try a tempura style batter, which would give the fish a very thin, low-calorie, layer of... Continue Reading →

Pico de Gallo Salsa

This is a labor of love in salsa form. I learned the basic variation of this pico de gallo recipe from two of my long time friends. They made the salsa together and served it with tortilla chips at a cookout where the main feature was grilled clams in their shells. At this barbecue, I... Continue Reading →

A Mini Food Tour of the Newport Folk Festival

On Saturday, July 28, 2012, my friends and I arrived a little late to the Newport Folk Festival in Rhode Island. I immediately noticed the irony that the sea of hippies before me was getting high and feeling the "vibes" inside the Historic Fort Adams (active during five major wars). When I mentioned this juxtaposition... Continue Reading →

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