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  • A Great Step Forward

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    Amazing and beautiful news today about the return of marriage equality to the state of California.  All couples deserve equal treatment and respect under the law ... along with the joyous and sometimes ... not so joyous moments that marriage can bring.  Plus, more weddings equal more cake and who doesn't like a good wedding cake?  I ...
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  • Catering for People who Hate Banquet Food

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    Much of the character of the Los Arboles hotel emanates from the hand prepared, traditional Mexican food served in El Mirasol. Dried chiles are converted into sauces and Pasilla chiles worked by skilled hands become chiles rellenos. Pretty much the antithesis of mass prepared banquet food held in warmers and rolled down hallways to hotel ballrooms. ...
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  • Real Flavors Take Real Work

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    Preparing a traditional red sauce for Tamales is a labor intensive process that starts with removing the stems and seeds (that you don't need) from dried Guajillo Chiles. Eventually all this prep work ends with a thick red chile paste  that is the foundation for the red Tamale sauce. There are other ways to make this sauce that are less labori ...
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  • Flan 101

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    We love flan. But cooking flan is kind of a tight wire balancing act. Get the heat just right and the end result is a creamy, rich dessert that can be finished off with a variety of flavors like coffee, Amaretto and berries. Cook it just a few minutes too long or too hot, and the texture takes on a slightly lumpy mouth feel and what should be a smo ...
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  • El Mirasol @ Short Fest

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    El Mirasol was happy to support our friends at the Palm Springs International Film Festival for the recent "Short Fest" held at the Camelot Theater in Palm Springs. Our team fed the hungry (and thirsty ... but Stella Artois took care of that) film makers at the Film Maker Lounge at the Renaissance Hotel on Saturday evening. Scott, Danny and Andrew ...
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  • Props to Chef Chuy

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    Chef Chuy Casta├▒eda has a commitment to excellence that starts with his dedication to fresh ingredients and sauces always made from scratch at El Mirasol. Those efforts yield the great tasting food that have made El Mirasol the go to place in the desert for anyone seeking big flavorful plates of fresh, wholesome, traditional foods of Mexico. Chuy's ...
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  • ┬íSalsa Fresca!

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    Fresh fire grilled tomatoes, chiles, cilantro, green onions and salt. There ... now you know know the secret recipe. But do you know the amounts? Well if you appreciate good Salsa Fresca you are probably pretty good in the kitchen already and can figure it out for yourself. At El Mirasol we pride ourselves on Salsa Fresca made fresh daily. Brimming ...
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