Try #EclecticApril Recipe #5 for a unique cookie! These Zucchini and Jalapeno Cookies with a Lime Glaze are it! http://bit.ly/1hBXQvv
#EclecticApril Recipe #4: Try these Bacon-Wrapped Peanut Butter Jalapenos for a unique #appetizer at your next party! http://bit.ly/1i28Vuj
25th April 2014 0:00#EclecticApril Recipe #7. What's the most creative recipe you've come up with? Check out this Mini Pepper #Sushi! http://bit.ly/1ebgCyT
23rd April 2014 23:23Did you know? #Zucchini is a great source of Vitamin A which is beneficial for eye health!
22nd April 2014 23:23#EclecticApril Recipe #6 Try this Ginger-Tomato Salmon With Coconut Jasmine Rice for a delicious weeknight dinner! http://bit.ly/1i2cYad
I guess you could say it’s all in a name. The name Sinaloa comes from the Cahita language and is a combination of the words sina, which means pithaya (a plant with thorny stalks), and lobola, which means rounded. Hmmm...sound like a tomato?
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La Roca, only a short stroll from the Arizona border, is one of the finest culinary experiences in all of Mexico. At La Roca, you’ll savor classic Sonoran cuisine made with only the freshest produce from the fertile farms of the Sinaloa Valley, the freshest seafood from Guaymas and Los Mochis, and choice beef from the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains.
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