A cheese board so pretty your guests will be drooling before you bring out the cheese. This King Ranch Southwestern art and old world craftsmanship are combined with a hint of turquoise that follows the wood grain makes each piece unique.
This dip is fun to make and fun to eat, hence the name. Spice it up or down, it's delish with chips, crackers, crudité, or your finger tip and a great complement to salsa and guac. Check out the recipe. http://ddel.co/chconqu
Guests dined on pumpkin bisque soup and a beet salad with honey vinaigrette and cotija cheese. The main course was a paella with Spanish rice, wild boar sausage, local chicken, white prawns, fresh corn, chiles, and Southwestern seasoning. Like the paella, a platter of grilled summer vegetables was served family-style.