A big thanks to all of our cooks in this months challenge! We enjoyed having you participate and hope you had as much fun as we did. We've got a ton of scrumptious sounding dishes, so keep reading and enjoy!
Roundup by Sara. Please email me with any changes or corrections.
Laura from Laura Rebecca's Kitchen makes some wonderful looking Chilaquiles.
Pamela from Posie's Place cooks up Chicken Fajitas from the best named cookbook of all time.
Breadchick from The Sour Dough is up to the challenge with her Grilled Chicken and Rice Enchiladas.
Meeta from What's for lunch honey? has some very nice pictures of the chiles in her Chiles Rellenos.
Adam from Men In Aprons introduces us to Bunuelos with Orange Syrup. Nice one.
Jennifer at Fallen Souffle whips up the ominously named You'll Never Go Back Salsa.
Gracias to Carrisa at Love Bites for her Margarita Cheesecake!
Say Hi to Dawna from Always In The Kitchen and her vibrant Adobo Rojo de Cerdo.
Petra from Chili Und Ciabatta in Germany bakes a delicious Arroz Blanco Con Chiles Rellenos De Elote. That's a mouthful!
La Mia Cucina's Lis makes Chicken Enchiladas and Guacamole.
Ruth at Once Upon A Feast cooks a beautiful dish of Chile Rubbed Chicken and Mango Salsa.
Go see Liz over at Truffle Mutt and drool over her Tex-Mex Truck Stop Enchiladas.
Susan from the awesomely named Porchini Chronicles defiantly has the right idea - Tequila Drunken Pinto Beans With Cilantro and Bacon.
The charming Ulrike from Kuchenlatein prepares some tasty Burritos.
Ian at The Gallumphing Gourmand goes way beyond Taco Bell with Swiss Enchiladas and Refried Beans.
Laura over at Dustycookbooks puts a spin on traditional turkey and mole sauce with her Turkos.
Virtual Frolic from the website of the same name prepares a mini-feast of Garlic Shrimp Yucatecan Style, Mexican Grilled Corn and Mexican Hot Chocolate.
Not only did Haalo from Cook Almost Anything At Least Once make her own tortillas, then she made Huevos Rancheros!
Superstar Ivonne at Cream Puffs In Venice hits one out of the park with her Tres Leches Cake with Brandied Pineapple.
Michelle over at Je Mange La Ville makes a Tequila Sunrise, Charred Tomato Salsa and Boilermaker Bean Dip. Check out her post title! Very clever.
And Rob and Rachel from the wonderful Hungry In Hogtown prepare Cochinita Pibil, Guacamole and Pickled Red Onions.
And the hosts?
Sara from i like to cook made Spicy Zucchini Soup with Rice and Lime and Calypso Roti with Mango Mojo.
Something So Clever's Alicat makes a Mexican dish that her picky husband will eat - Fiesta Shrimp Tacos with Cucumber and Avocado Salsa.
We realize that this challenge came out a bit fast after the last one, so we're going to slow things down a bit. Weekend Cookbook Challenge #6's theme is Picnic Food!
Picnic food makes us think of fried chicken, potato salad, fruit tarts and strawberry lemonade. Now, lets see what your interpretation is! Whip up any dish or meal that you think fits the theme.
As a reminder for newbies, the idea is to make a dish from an unused or under used cookbook from your collection and blog about it! Please post any pictures, the recipe, and a link back to the Weekend Cookbook Challenge. The final date to submit is June 26. Recap will be up shortly after that.