Sounds good…love the substitutions! Glad you enjoyed it Brenda!
I had no idea that clamato consisted of clam broth,!!?!!? Wow! I guess I won’t be drinking that anymore and I should read labels!!! But it’s soooooo good! Haha
Mexican food dish, 1934, from Spanish, literally "little burro" (see burro ).
One side has the word, one side has the definition. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Lotsa space for your liquids.
The Mariachi at Special Occasions Mariachis often help celebrate the great moments in the lives of the Mexican people. With the serenata (serenade), the Mariachi participates in the rite of courtship. In a society where the young members of opposite sexes were kept apart, the serenata was a means of communication by which a young man could send a message of love to the woman of his heart. In many areas of Mexico, it is not unusual to be awakened by the sound of Las Mañ anitas, the traditional song for saints days, or birthdays. The Mariachi is usually positioned strategically on the street beneath the window of the festejada , but the sound of its music echoes through the whole neighborhood. Mariachis are also commonly hired for baptisms, weddings, patriotic holidays, and even funerals. It is not unusual for the deceased to leave a list of favorite songs to be sung beside the grave at burial. Mariachi music has been incorporated into the Roman Catholic Church's most sacred ritual: the Mass. The Misa Panamericana is a Mariachi folk mass, sung in Spanish, that uses traditional instruments to create vivid new interpretations of the traditional elements of the service: Angelus, Kyrie eleison, Gloria, Alleluia, Offertory, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei. The first Mariachi Mass was the concept of a Canadian priest, Father Juan Marco Leclerc, and has been celebrated in Cuernavaca since 1966. It originally took place in a small chapel, but news of it spread so rapidly, and the crowds grew so large, that the regular Sunday Mariachi Mass had be moved to the Cathedral of Cuernavaca. It is now frequently performed throughout Mexico, and In many areas in the United States where people of Mexican origin live.
We do a lot of rice in my family. My kids love what we have dubbed Stewed tomato rice,
One cup stewed tomatoes, (squished)
One cup water or chicken broth,
One cup brown rice,
Cover slightly in microwave safe bowl, cook 30 mintutes in microwave, fluff with fork & add 2 tblsp butter.