A spicy, fruity, tequila cocktail? Yes, please! The Heat of Passion is made with Don Julio tequila and made by our favorite New York City bartender, Tim Cooper of Goldbar. 
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Cebiche Mixto
Try this ceviche made with porgy, calamari, scallops, and blue shrimp with choclo and sweet potato in an ají rocoto leche de tigre. It's light, refreshing, and delicious, and the perfect hors d'oeuvre to serve on a hot summer afternoon. See all scallop recipes. Loading... jwembed("video_box_player_inner", "refs=647", {"light":"1","width":"450","height":"338","skin":"player/mayamod.zip"} );
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pork chop
Peaches and pork naturally go hand in hand, and nobody does it better than Matt Abdoo of the Pig Bleeker restaurant. Keep in mind that you have to brine the chops the day before so give youself a little time to prepare with this one.
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4.75
Chips and salsa is the official snack food of Texas, but there are many different iterations of salsa. Pork dishes like tacos al pastor are traditionally served with pineapple, and this pineapple habanero salsa recipe pairs perfectly with Tex-Mex pork dishes as well as barbecue pulled pork.This recipe is courtesy of Bits and Bites Blog. 
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4.5
Chicken Wings with Jerk Barbecue Sauce
Liven up any barbecue sauce you have in the refrigerator with this simple recipe from Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. Bonus points if you make the base, their “Mutha Sauce,” from scratch, too!
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4.5
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If quick and easy is your mantra this Cinco de Mayo, then you can't beat this nacho recipe. A spicy, tangy habanero lime cheese packs in tons of flavor with very little effort.This recipe is courtesy of Yellow Door Creamery.
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4.25
Guacamole
This guacamole recipe, made with perfectly ripe avocados, lime, cilantro, chiles and red onion, is the perfect accompaniment to tortilla chips and Tex-Mex dishes. The key here is perfectly ripe avocados, they should be a bit soft to the touch. To speed up the ripening process, place rock-hard avocados in a paper bag with an apple or a banana for two to three days. 
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4.2
Cebiche Elegance
Peru's capital, Lima, is a city of many cebiche restaurants. In the summer, you can find all types of seafood, marinated with lime juice, salt, and a variety of ingredients for a bowl of super fresh flavors. In this case we’ve chosen to make a classic cebiche with one of New York's most favored fish: the fluke (in Peru we have a similar fish called the enguado). Its translucence and tenderness make it a wonderful vehicle for the refreshing and simple flavors of lime juice, cilantro, red onion, and aji. See all ceviche recipes. Loading... jwembed("video_box_player_inner", "refs=647", {"light":"1","width":"450","height":"338","skin":"player/mayamod.zip"} );
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Lobster Nam Tok
Nam tok is a Thai dressing often used on grilled meats or fried fish; it's simple to make and pairs well with lobster, too. It's refreshing, zingy, and spicy. Serve with jasmine rice. Click here for more lobster recipes.
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3.5
Grilled Jerk Chicken
Add more or less chile peppers to the marinade, depending on how spicy you want your chicken to be.This recipe is courtesy of The Joy Kitchen.
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3.18