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Need a gift for the woman (or anyone for that matter) that has everything?  How about getting them an experience that will open up all their senses? The thrilling experience of making their own homemade batch of Tortillas De Harina–Just like Abuela’s!

This particular mix of “Tortilla De Harina” will make a dozen (12) tortillas.  The mix comes with complete instructions, a rolling pin and a link to a video for added details on cooking the best tortillas you can come up with.

We know that this product will give them (or you) a sense of accomplishment.
May beautiful memories be relived and new ones be made!

Con mucho Cariño,
Silvia y Abuela

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Ordering info:  We are so excited that you have stopped by our page to check out our brand new product–Abuela’s Kitchen Homemade “Tortilla De Harina” Starter Kit!

To order please send us an email to
abuelaskitchentortillas@yahoo.com with the following information:

1.  Package Selected
2. Quantity 
3. Your Name, Shipping Address, and Contact Number 

Once we receive your information, we will send you a billing invoice,
which will include shipping options (1st class USPS or Priority).

Please pay via PayPal.  You can also send a money order to the address listed below.

Address:
Abuela’s Kitchen
22421 Barton Road #308
Grand Terrace, CA 92313

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Package 1:  Single mix package $8.00 (Instructions included with video link.) Shipping not included.

 

 

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Holiday Package 2:  Single mix package $20.00 with Abuela’s Kitchen Rolling Pin While Supplies Last  (Instructions included with video link.) Shipping Included.

 

 

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Package 3:  3 mix packages for $20.00 (Instructions included with video link.) Shipping not included.

 

 

 

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Necesita un regalo para la mujer (O cualquier persona) que lo tiene todo?  Que le parece una experiencia que abrirá todos sus sentidos?  La emocionante experiencia de hacer su propias Tortillas de Harina caseras, igual que las de la Abuela!

Esta mezcal particular de “Tortillas De Harina” hara una docena (12) tortillas.  La mezcla viene con instrucciones completas, un rodillo y un enlace a un video para obtener información sobre como cocinar las mejores tortillas que puedan.

Sabemos que este producto les dará un sentido de logro.  Que hermosos recuerdos se revivirán y hasta podrán hacer nuevos recuerdos!

Con mucho Cariño,
Silvia Y Abuela

Solicitud de información:  Estamos tan contentos de que usted ha llegado por nuestra pagina para revisar nuestro nuevo producto de la marca- Abuela’s Kitchen (La Cocina De Abuela), “Tortillas De Harina, Kit para principiantes”!

Para pedir, por favor envíenos un correo electrónico a :
Email:  abuelaskitchentortillas@yahoo.com con la siguiente información:
1.  Paquete Seleccionado
2.  Cantidad
3.  Su nombre, dirección de envío y numero de contacto

Una vez que recibamos su información, le enviaremos una factura de cobro, que incluirá opciones de envío (Primera clase USPS o prioridad).

Por favor de pagar a través de Pay Pal.  También puede enviar un giro postal a la dirección que aparece a continuación.

Address:
Abuela’s Kitchen
22421 Barton Road #308
Grand Terrace, CA 92313

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Paquete 1:  Paquete de mezcla sencilla $8.00(Instrucciones incluidas con enlace de video.) Envío No Incluido

 

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Paquete Festivo 2:  Paquete de mezcla individual con rodillo $20.00 Mientras duren. (Instrucciones incluidas con enlace de video.) Envío Incluido

 

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Paquete 3:  (3) Paquetes de mezcla por $20.00(Instrucciones incluidas con enlace de video.) Envío No Incluido

 

It’s been 12 years this month that my Abuelo passed away.  He was such a funny man and always made lite out of any situation.  He was a character all by himself.  He had a way of giving everyone he met a nickname.  Much like my Abuela, he was great in the kitchen. My Abuelo was a man’s man – “A Mexican Man” who prided himself in being dapper, and grooming himself to the tea.  I can still smell the Tres Flores (hair grease) he would add to his super straight hair to make sure it stayed in place.  He had that greaser come over look everyone is sporting these days.  I would get a kick out of watching him work as one strand of hair would fall to his face.  If it was out of place you knew he had been working hard.

photo(3)I remember one time driving to Tijuana to visit them.  We always had a great feast and an assortment of food.  But this particular time my Abuelo wanted “Tortillas De Harina.”   My Abuela didn’t want to make them because she had been cooking all day.  Abuelo kept insisting with no luck.  He said, “Hasta con los pies puedo hacer las tortillas de tan facil!”.  Then Abuela quickly responded, “Ponte hacerlas pues.  Yo te hago la harina y tu las haces.”  Everyone there started antagonizing him!  He was gonna prove his point – making tortillas is a breeze!  Abuela quickly got the mix together and handed it over with that “prove me wrong” attitude.

Abuelo rolls up his pant legs and grabs a piece of dough, throws it on the dining room floor and says, “Ponme el Sinaloense!!”  Bam, the song went on.  Not even sure how or who put it on in an instant.  The song started and he started to dance around the dough and with his feet he began to shape the tortilla. Everyone gathered and we were all laughing, having a great time.   I believe I was a teen at the time and wasn’t sure what to think but it was such a big deal in the family.  We often talk about it and laugh uncontrollably.  Abuelo era bien ocurente.  He was such a witty, impulsive man.

So he proved Abuela wrong and she went to work.  Nevertheless, we had fresh tortillas with our meal that day.

Abuelo, I miss you and you are forever in my memories and my heart.