Spicie Foodie Nancy Lopez-McHugh chats with Faith Gorsky about her new cookbook, An Edible Mosaic: Middle Eastern Fare with Extraordinary Flair.
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Nancy Lopez-McHugh with a delicious Middle Eastern treat for your next meze platter.
A delicious bulgur take on a classic eggplant rice pilaf from Nancy Lopez-McHugh.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh with a manly sub for this year’s Father’s Day.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh reveals her mother’s secret recipe for red pozole.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh with a delicious suggestion for a Cinco de Mayo snack recipe.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh serves up the classic French ham, cheese and egg sandwich.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh reveals one of her favorite eateries in Prague. J.J. Muprhy’s Irish Pub.
Spicie Foodie Nancy Lopez-McHugh checks out the Rice & Curry: Sri Lankan Home Cooking cookbook.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh talks to S.H. Fernando Jr., author of Rice and Curry – Sri Lankan Home Cooking.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh with a list of 10 interesting facts about that lovely spice we know as cinnamon.
Welcome spring with a healthy strawberry salad from Nancy Lopez-McHugh.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh incorporates memories of Mexican Chocolate Caliente in this delicious chocolate cake.
Trix Middlekauff won our own Nancy Lopez-McHugh’s monthly YBR contest over at SpicieFoodie.com. Part of the price is having the recipe featured right here on Honest Cooking.
Newspapers, Tv, and social media are ablaze with the news of Paula Deen’s diabetes. This is Nancy Lopez-McHughs take on it.
Nancy Lopez McHugh has a slightly strange, but effective way to cure that New Year’s hangover.
Have you planned the Christmas dinner menu yet? If not, let Nancy Lopez-McHugh guide you.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh introduces her favorite Czech Christmas Cookie. Meet the Linzer.
Nancy Lopez Mc-Hugh with a great collection of Thanksgiving ideas, and her own cranberry sauce recipe.
A Michelada is a Mexican ice cold mixed beer cocktail, resembling a bloody Mary on the rocks – minus the Vodka. Nancy Lopez-McHugh with three family recipes.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh serves up a first batch of authentic and simple Mexican queso fresco. More to follow.
The recipe Nancy Lopez-McHugh serves for you today is a little more grownup than just a slice of watermelon.
Here at Honest Cooking, we’re not always 100% satisfied with what we cook. Here’s a dish that Nancy Lopez-McHugh wasn’t exactly thrilled with.
When you’ve first tried Tacos Al Pastor Nancy Lopez-McHugh is sure you’ll agree that they are the best tacos in the world.
With warmer weather arriving in the northern hemisphere, Nancy Lopez-McHugh decides to freshen up with a spicy fruit cocktail.
Our very own Spicie Foodie, Nancy Lopez McHugh with an introduction to her “Mexico On My Plate” column.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh goes to the museum, and comes back with a great salad idea.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh finds herself coming home with a bag of lamb shoulder, and decides to put her braising skills to good use.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh tends the bar today, and mixes us a non-alcoholic Orange Spritzer.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh with a report from a fantastic monastery brewery in the fairytale city of Prague.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh decides to try making homemade stuffed cabbage rolls for the first time. We think they turn out pretty great.
Oven roasted chicken is an absolute classic that is both amazingly good and quite easy to succeed with. Nancy Lopez-McHugh with the recipe.
Think chorizo is the same thing in Mexico as in Spain? Think again. Nancy Lopez McHugh sets the record straight.
When spring finally arrives, Nancy Lopez-McHugh runs towards the produce aisle to get her hands on some fresh spring strawberries for the breakfast shake.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh with her take on the American version of the British scone. Perfect for the breakfast table, and a great match for the afternoon tea
Nancy Lopez-McHugh with a modern take on the classic Chicken Fajita that’s both fresher, leaner and quicker than the traditional version.
Spicie Foodie Nancy Lopez-McHugh with her personal take on the classic mid-east chickpea dip. Sans Tahini.
Hosting a romantic tapas dinner for two is easy and inexpensive. Throw in a nice bottle of Rioja red and you’ve got yourself a gourmet dinner.
Here’s a recipe that will allow your vegan friends to enjoy Labor Day barbecues just as much as the meat eaters do.
Spicie Foodie Nancy Lopez-McHugh takes a closer look at An Edible Mosaic, a cookbok focusing…
South American papas rellenas get a gluten free make over. Plus a little added Mexican flair.
This healthy and satisfying fusion stew is the result of a craving for a quick but delicious soup.
A spicy steak stew that will keep you warm and safe on a cold winter’s night.
Cajeta, also known as dulce de leche, is a hispanic sweet thick milk caramel sauce or syrup.
A Mexican Tostada is a corn tortilla that has been toasted or fried and topped with all sorts of ingredients.
The recipe is very simple and you can use either fresh, frozen or canned green…
In Mexico tortas are very popular meals. They can be served cold or hot, wet in a sauce, dry or grilled.
In Mexico this is a favorite snack for many, specially during the hot summer months. Cucumbers leave you cooled and feeling refreshed.
This super easy, delicious and healthy recipe can be on your plate in under 30 minutes.
This recipe is one of those hassle free, little clean up meals that anyone can cook.
Made from masa harina dough, Pupusas are stuffed round corn cakes, or patties, from El Salvador.
Father’s Day is this weekend and this sandwich is a great meal to serve the fathers in your life.
This light shrimp dinner is fast and easy to prepare, which is perfect for days when you’d rather be outdoors than in the kitchen.
Polvorones are crumbly cookies found across Latin America, Spain and The Philippines.
Chimichanga is a flour tortilla stuffed with meat, beans, or anything you like, rolled up and deep fried.
This lemongrass pandan lemonade is a well balanced sweet, aromatic, citrusy drink.
If winter just won’t let go where you live, why not warm up with this healthy soup.
This snack does not require a recipe. All you need is freshly popped, unflavored, popcorn and hot sauce of your choice.
Cochinita Pibil (ko-chi-knee-ta pee-beel) is slow roasted pork from the Yucatan peninsula.
A healthy and seasonal salad ready in no time. No cooking involved.