Hi everyone; if you have been following my recipes, you already know that I LOVE pizza!
I have already shared recipes with you for regular pizza crust, a cauliflower pizza crust, a maiz tortilla pizza crust, and in today’s recipe I am sharing a delicious pizza bread! I have been following a keto diet/lifestyle for a couple of years, and the two things that I have missed the most are delicious bread and pizza; this recipe satisfies both of those cravings.
If you’re looking for the perfect gelato, homemade ice cream, or sorbet treat to cool down from the Sayulita heat, look no further than Gior Yo. With all of the above yummy options to choose from, as well as delicious Mexican coffee, cakes, & pastries, Gior Yo is a must-go-to when in Sayulita, and is the perfect spot for a mid-day cool-down snack, or an after dinner dessert. Owner, Jorge, tells me more about what makes his gelato unique.
Are you finding yourself bored during quarantine? Get the family together and spend some time trying out a new and fun recipe!. Everyone loves a good batch French fries; this recipe, however, for “Avocado Fries” is a healthier take on the classic and beloved snack, that everyone in the family will surely love! The best part is that it’s always Avocado season in Sayulita! I had not even heard of avocado fries until a couple of weeks ago; my husband and I happened upon them on the menu at one of the beach restaurants here in Sayulita! Being a foodie and because I love avocados, I just had to try them.
Tierra Viva restaurant has been serving up delicious food in Sayulita for more than ten years. Although at times under different ownership and with different appearances, one thing has always remained the same; the incredible menu. Now Tierra Viva is offering sushi delivery so that you can stay home and stay safe during this time. Tierra Viva owners Charlie and Melanie describe some of their tasty dishes, how you can place orders, and what extra measures they are taking in their restaurant in order to keep our pueblo safe.
Tortillas. We eat them all the time in Sayulita, and tacos are a staple. As you may be aware, I try very hard to stay away from carbohydrates, so I am always looking for a good low-carb tortilla shell recipe, and today I found it in my own kitchen! The best part is that all of the ingredients can be found here in Sayulita or close by in Bucerias. So if you still want to enjoy tacos but with a guilt-free, low-carb tortilla, then give this recipe a try!
In my last column, I promised you a most delicious, easy to prepare, and even easier to eat, pan-roasted Dorado in a butter-lemon sauce. Did you know that Dorado is also called Mahi Mahi? This is the Hawaiian name for the fish, and the Spanish name is Dorado. This is a true Dolphin fish; not the dolphin mammal. I didn’t know this, so I used to never eat Dorado, but now it is one of my favorite fish to cook here in Mexico! All of the ingredients for this recipe are available here in Sayulita, and fresh Dorado is especially easy to find in our coastal beach town of Sayulita, full of fresh seafood.
What to do on a pouring, rainy day here in Sayulita? It has been raining for hours now. The road in front of my house is a rushing river; our pool has overflowed, and I have decided to follow my passion. Guess what that is? You got it! Bake something that I have never made before to see if I would like to share it with you today. My eight year old granddaughter Lily is here, and she loves to bake with me, so into our Sayulita kitchen we went!
Sayulita Public House is one of Sayulita’s only classic style “pub” restaurants and bars, where guests can always count on delicious and quality hamburgers, french fries, and craft beer or cocktails, as well as friendly, relaxed service. At Sayulita Public House, you get the sense that everyone knows your name, whether you are here in town visiting, or you live here permanently. I speak with the new owner, Dave Keen, about Sayulita Public House and changes/updates to his already loved and adored Sayulita staple pub.
Sayulita Wine Shop has been serving and selling delicious imported and local wines to Sayulita, as well as offering fun wine tasting events, lovingly known as “Wine Wednesdays.” Now, with some recent changes and new services added to their repertoire, Sayulita Wine Shop is even better equipped to provide you with all of your wine needs in Sayulita. Owners Gisela and Calixto explain some of their new offerings and events.
I can’t believe that the holiday season is right around the corner! Here in Sayulita, the sun is shining, the weather is really warm, and snow will never happen. Nonetheless, the spirit of Christmas is everywhere around us- from the big firecracker booms that wake us up reminding us to go to church mass, to people getting together to share in the holiday spirit, to kitchens smelling of yummy cookies, cakes & appetizers, and to the drinking eggnog or icey prosecco.