This Mexican Family Feast was my meal choice when I heard that I was a contestant and had to cook in the new cooking/blogging series called Dinner Divas. Why Mexican? It's simple, we love it!
Dinner Divas Season 1 kicked off on 31 October at 8.30 on Channel 192 and those of you who follow me on Facebook and Twitter will know by now that I am up against the feisty and gorgeous Kristy Snell from Foodmonger in the very first episode. We had to create a family feast that best reflects the styles of our blogs and I decided to prepare a Mexican Family Feast for my family, as it is easy, affordable and a fun meal to share.
For those of you who have never heard of Dinner Divas before, you can read all about it here and here. In short, it is a fab new cooking programme, which involves 12 pretty awesome bloggers and in the end there will be one, and only one, Dinner Diva. So, for the next 13 episodes, set your times, PVRs, biological clocks or do whatever you have to not to miss any of the action.
As I have mentioned earlier, I decided to prepare a Mexican Family Feast because it is something I make for my family often. This Mexican meal is affordable, easy, and fun way to eat - and the teenagers in my house love it! Let's hope you love it too.
I am the owner and sole editor of the 2012 Eat Out Award-winning blog, My Easy Cooking. I am also the brand ambassador for Philips South Africa and gives prime exposure to many other companies. I cook, I style and I photograph every single day of my life.
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