In my latest article for the Food Network I give step-by step instructions with photos on how to make individual ice rings to cool down and brighten up summer drinks. They are easy enough to make for everyday celebrations, or make them all different for parties so everyone can identify which drink is theirs.
April 16, 2013 Jackie Alpers Chicken, Dinner, Easy, ethnic cuisine, Fast!, Low carb, Lunch, Mexican, Mexican Food, recipe, recipe developer, Sonoran Corner, Spicy, Taste of Tucson: Sonoran Style Recipes, THE RECIPES
I have an on-going, and pretty much constant craving for buffalo wings. I’d alway thought that buffalo wing sauce was one of those fast food enigmas (like the McRib) that could never be replicated by average people. It’s […]
December 3, 2017 Jackie Alpers Baked Goods, Cheese and Dairy, Comfort Food, Dinner, Easy, ethnic cuisine, Fast!, food photographer, food stylist, Mexican, Mexican Food, recipe, recipe developer, Sonoran Corner, Taste of Tucson: Sonoran Style Recipes, Vegetables
Corn, beans and squash are three of the earliest domesticated crops grown by Native Americans in the Sonoran region. For this recipe, prepared corn masa, which is usually used to make tortillas or gorditas, is […]
October 10, 2015 Jackie Alpers Baked Goods, Comfort Food, cooking crafts, Dessert, food photographer, food stylist, Kid Friendly, recipe developer, Snacks, Sprinkles!, Sprinkles!: Recipes and Ideas for Rainbowlicious Desserts, sweet
Look to the cookie. These soft and cakey half-and-half cookies are the perfect palette for your favorite sprinkles, jimmies, confetti, or dragées in elegant shades of black and white. This recipe is from my book Sprinkles!: […]