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She Rocks Awards in Anaheim During 2015 NAMM Show

There will be a lot of star power in Anaheim on Friday, January 23 for the 2015 She Rocks Awards, taking place, during the 2015 Winter NAMM show.   Industry professionals, music icons, artists, fans, and media will gather together to celebrate, recognize and honor women in music. The 2015 She Rocks Awards promise to be the most dynamic She Rocks Awards ceremony yet.  A portion of the proceeds of the event will go to benefit the Girls Rock Camp Alliance

With an impressive artist lineup and co-hosting duties being shared between WiMN Founder Laura B. Whitmore and platinum-selling guitarist and solo artist Orianthi.  The She Rocks Awards will be kicked off by Americana band SHEL, and throughout the evening will feature an all-star house band led by acclaimed guitarist Gretchen Menn, and include Zepparella members Angeline Saris on bass, Clementine on drums, and guest keyboardist Jenna Paone.

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Honorees include:

  • Grammy Award-winning, multi-platinum artist Colbie Caillat*
  • Grammy Award-nominated saxophone player and singer-songwriter Mindi Abair*
  • Iconic, platinum-selling all-female pop band The Bangles*
  • Avedis Zildjian CEO Craigie Zildjian
  • Beacock Music Co-Owner Gayle Beacock
  • Vice President for Online Learning and Continuing Education/ CEO for Berklee’s award-winning online continuing education program, Berklee Online, Debbie Cavalier
  • Vice President of Brand Marketing for C.F. Martin & Co, Amani Duncan
  • Editor of Music Inc. and UpBeat Daily magazines, Katie Kailus
  • Vice President of iconic Capitol Studios Paula Salvatore

*Also performing

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Purchase tickets and find out more about the She Rocks Awards at www.sherocksawards.com.

 2014 She Rocks Awards Video

Red Chile Chicken Pozole Recipe | Pozole De Pollo Con Chile Rojo

Pozole is a traditional Mexican dish made with hominy, meat, chile sauce and garnish.  The soup has a historical background as well.  During the Aztec periods, maize was very sacred and only eaten as part of a community ritual.  The dish was also mentioned in historical Spaniards books.  The recipe has changes significantly, especially the meat used, but hominy remains the main ingredient of the dish.  

Today pozole is served in all restaurants in Mexico with pork as the staple meat.  In the US the soup is only served during the Christmas, New Years, Three Kings Day and weekends.   It is a time consuming recipe, but certainly worth the time.  Most traditional recipes make the recipe with pork or beef.  However, I prefer to make my recipe with chicken as a healthier alternative.  The soup is also served with cabbage, red radishes, oregano, onions and lime.

We recently celebrated several milestones in our family: An engagement, Three Masters completions, Attendance to a UC, Attendance to USC, Attendance to Graduate school and most of all the blessing of being surrounded by family to celebrate it all.   It was a great and memorable celebration to look back at the previous year and look forward to the opportunities the new year has to offer.

The next time you want to celebrate a major milestone in your life consider making Red Chicken Pozole.

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Red Chicken Pozole Recipe

Ingredients

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Pozole Ingredients
12 pieces of chicken legs & thighs
1/2 onion
3 garlic cloves
4 tablespoons salt
105 oz can of Hominy

Garnish Ingredients
6 limes
2 bunches of cilantro
3 bunches of red radishes
1 chopped red onion
1/4 thinly sliced cabbage
2 tsp oregano

 

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Preparation

1. Place Chicken in large pot. Add garlic cloves, onion, salt and 18 cups of water.
2. Bring water to a boil for about 30 minutes or until chicken is tender.  Keep chicken fat in the pot to add flavor.
3. Add red chile sauce to pot and bring to a boil.
4. Add hominy and bring to a boil.
5. Serve pozole in a bowl with tortillas and your preferred garnish.  Serve with love.

 

Buen Provecho!

Eva-TFL

 

 

 

 

Authentic Mexican Red Chile Sauce Recipe

Red Chile sauce is a time consuming recipe, but once you master the recipe you can use it  just about anything you want to add red chile sauce to. I use red chile sauce to make enchiladas, chile con carne, tamales, Pozole, menudo and chilaquiles.  After you learn to make an Authentic Mexican Red Chile Sauce you will never buy the red sauce in the can again. The best part about this recipe is the freshness, savory flavor and homemade touch.

Recipe

Ingredients:

1/2 bag dried ancho chiles (10-12 chile pods)
1/2 bag guajillo chiles (10-12 chile pods
1 garlic clove
1 cup water

Preparation:

1. Rinse and remove seed & veins from chiles. Keep seeds & veins for extra spicy salsa.

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2. Add chiles to hot water

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3. Bring to boil for 20min until they change color. Let cool slightly.

4. Purée chiles in blender with water.

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5. Use colander to separate pulp from the skin. Depending on size of colander you may need to do this a couple times.

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Buen Provecho!

Eva-TFL

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