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Falling for Mom Friends And Coffee Breaks

It’s that season again and time to #FallforStarbucks! This story of friendship and gathering is sponsored by Starbucks but the opinions are completely my own and based on my experiences. It’s official: I’ve fallen head over heels in love with my mom friends. It’s been over a year that we moved to Southern California, the place we ultimately decided to build our family legacy, and we’re still as happy as

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Easter Bunny Ear Cupcakes: Easy Bonding In The Kitchen

Easter is upon us and the kids and I are busy making all sorts of delicious treats to celebrate. I love cooking alongside my babies and believe bonding in the kitchen is a great way to pass down family legacy and culture. Recently, I saw these adorable Bunny Ear Cupcake recipe on But not only are they cute, these Easter cupcakes seemed super easy to make! Easter Bunny Ear

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Cheese Stuffed Breadsticks with Salami and Pesto

These delicious Cheese Stuffed Bread Sticks with Salami and Pesto is a sponsored recipe and written by me on behalf of Gallo Salame Company. All opinions on enjoying savory treats are totally my own. It’s almost time for the big game and, while some folks are excited for their teams to play, I’m all about the food! Don’t football parties always have a great spread? Bite-sized deliciousness wrapped in various

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Tips To Hosting Family Game Night That Adults And Kids Will Love

If Latinos know how to do anything, its multi-generational partying. Birthday parties, family game night, holiday parties or any kind of celebration generally is meant for family of all ages. While I think this is a great way to build family legacy and pass down cultural roots, one of these generations can often feel left out of the experience. Ultimately, I think there’s an art to hosting family game night

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Homemade Mustard Pretzel: 4th of July Recipes To Cook With Kids

4th of July recipes for kids to cook! Food culture is an important way of learning about a country and with 4th of July party season right around the corner, we’ve been talking a lot about how the United States was founded. We’re chatting about independence and immigration and it’s been fun teaching Alina about the legacy of our beloved country. As a Walmart Mom, I was asked to share a

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The Cuban Burger: A Twist On The Traditional Recipe

Cuban Recipes and Traditions I can remember, as a very young girl, standing in my grandfather’s corner grocery store while his giant press smashed the outside of my sandwich. I knew the goodness that awaited me, so I remained patient. Eventually, I would devour that wonderful Cuban Sandwich in a few minutes. Tops. This was before the panini press was cool or Cuban recipes were all the rave. So when

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