Crema Oaxaqueña

Crema Oaxaqueña

Crema Oaxaqueña is a type of Mexican sour cream that originates from the state of Oaxaca. It is made with heavy cream, milk, and a variety of different spices. The most common spice used in this dish is chili pepper, which gives the crema its characteristic spicy flavor. Other ingredients such as cumin, garlic, and…

Crema Andaluz Soup

This is a thick, creamy soup made with potatoes, almonds, and garlic. It’s smooth and comforting, with just a hint of heat from the peppers. The perfect winter meal! I grew up in Andalusia, in the south of Spain. And while we didn’t have this soup all the time, it was definitely a staple in…

Creamy Orange Color

Creamy Orange Color

Creamy orange is such a versatile color! It can be used for both warm and cool toned makeup looks, making it perfect for any season. I love using creamy orange as an eyeshadow base to make my blue eyes pop. It’s also a great transition shade if you’re looking to add a bit of warmth…

Cream Frappe Base

Cream Frappe Base

A cream frappe base is a versatile and delicious foundation for any number of refreshing summer beverages. Using just a few simple ingredients, you can whip up a frappe base that can be customized to your liking with different syrups, fruits, and toppings. Best of all, this recipe can be easily doubled or tripled to…

Cream Additive

Cream is one of the most versatile ingredients in the kitchen. It can be used to add richness and body to soups, stews, and sauces, or it can be whipped and used as a topping for desserts or fruit. There are many different types of cream available, from heavy cream to light cream to half-and-half….

Cradled Rib Roast

Cradled Rib Roast

This is the time of year when many of us begin to think about hosting holiday gatherings. If you’re looking to impress your guests with an impressive and delicious main dish, look no further than a cradled rib roast. This cut of meat is not only mouth-wateringly tender, but it also has a beautiful presentation…

Cracked Noodles

I love noodles. There’s something about their chewy texture and versatility that makes them irresistible to me. And while I’ll never say no to a bowl of spaghetti or ramen, my true noodle passion lies with the humble cracked noodle. Cracked noodles are made from wheat flour, water and salt. That’s it. No eggs, no…