Are you Mexican? Yes, I am. I was born in Mexico and spent part of my childhood there. Though I lived outside of Mexico for many years I am currently back in my home country and fully taking advantage of all the foods that I missed whilst I was away.
Who writes the recipes and who photographs them? Yours truly. I run this entire operation myself.
Can I share your recipe and photo on my blog? It depends. If you are sharing my recipe please do not copy and paste into your blog, instead rewrite it in your words and as you cooked it. As for photos you may only use them on your blog if you do not edit them or remove the copyright stamp. It is customary, and always appreciated it, to credit me as the author and source and add a link back to the recipe. If you send me a quick email letting me know you are using either, I sometimes will reshare your blog post with my followers.
Can I publish, share your recipe and/or photo on my company’s website or social media pages? There are exceptions to this case sometimes, but I prefer that companies that I am not associated with not publish my work without an explicit written consent from me. Please respect this and understand that this work is my livelihood and something that I put time, money, and lots of effort into it. Unfortunately a “shout-out” doesn’t transform into fair compensation for my work. Thank you for understanding.
Why do some of your photos and recipes have SpicieFoodie.com on them? This is because when I transitioned over to this blog I brought with me my favourite recipes and articles from the Spicie Foodie archives.
Where can I find your older meat-based recipes? You can get the entire collection on the old Spicie Foodie website which has now become an archive for those recipes.
Why do you still have the meat recipes and your Spicie Foodie website online, I thought you didn’t eat meat anymore? The reason for this is that my husband still occasionally eats meat. The website is now essentially an online archive for him (and others in our family and friends) who still eat meat and want to continue to cook from my old recipes. Like I said before, everyone is free to choose what they feel is best for them. One doesn’t have to agree but one should respect the opinions of others.
If you didn’t see your question answered here please feel free to send me an email and I’d be happy to get back to you just as soon as possible.