Dinner With Jim
The AMP Demo
Looking for some family dinner recipe? You're in luck. We have collected favorite go-to TexMex recipes that were the quickest, easiest and tasted the best (kid-tested!).
"We have tested each of these recipes over the years and have modified them to fit our tasts. Some now might be to hot for kids. However we have also used this section to test out and demo the new AMP design standard being recommended by Google. See what you think."James Catanich - Owner, Catanich Internet Marketing
Dinner With Jim - Recipes That Make The Mouth Water
This site is going to make you one of the world's greatest Tex-Mex cooks. We will take you though our step-by-step process, showing you all the tips and guarded secrets to making world class Mexican Food. So get out that spatula out.
Why We Love Our Tex-Mex
Tex-Mex food is known for being hot and spicy. Our recipes are certainly spicy, but not too hot for Texans . We like the heat, but don't want to burn your pallet. You simply cannot find food like this in a restaurant and these recipes are brought to life with the love and warmth found in your kitchen. These two key ingredients will not be found anywhere else.
My family is originally from a small town in Southern California about a half hour away from the Mexican border and moved to North Texas in 80's. This is where I spent my summers learning how to cook these fabulous dishes with my many central Texas friends. So don't worry, I'm not going to dump a pile of salsa on a flour tortilla, add cheese and call it Tex-Mex food. If you want this, go to Taco Bell. However, these party appetizers will show you how to outdo even the most famous high end Mexican food restaurants. Get ready for some good home cooking!
Let's get cooking...
What people are saying...
I am very impressed with the results we have achieved. Prior to becoming a client of Catanich we were on page 17 of Google for our main search term. Now we rank on 2nd on page 1. This is a great effort, especially considering 1st in wikipedia!Robert Benders