Border Grill's Susan Feniger & Mary Sue Milliken's Day Of The Dead Recipes

Border Grill's Susan Feniger & Mary Sue Milliken's Day Of The Dead Recipes

In celebration of “Day of the Dead,” Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken – aka “The Too Hot Tamales” – from Border Grill come to set with some delicious Mexican recipes to help you throw the perfect “Day of the Dead” dinner party!

That's powerful. ♪♪ ♪♪ hot tamale, celebrating the day of the dead. Throwing a day of the dead dinner party. Tell us about the tradition. It is the most incredible holiday because it celebrates life, with people who passed away and then it's a party about celebrating their lives. With tequila. Often times it ends up at the cemetery where they're going into the graves and making people happy and remembering their favorite foods. Like, tequila and -- margarita. A little chili on the rim. And you like it extra spicey. And then add a little tequila, and then a little more chili. A little blood. And then some lime, a little syrup, and then who is shaking? Oh, my gosh. Shake, shake, shake. There you go. Don't spill it. She's got it going there. Oh! Another one. That's just blood. There you go. Ready? Perfect. I'm just going to put the nice there and everything. You guys ready? Who is getting the food? We have been drinking all morning. We're making chili. If you're having a party for day of the dead, everybody is remembering their loved ones who departed, and then you can -- it's a casserole. Like our mexican lasagna. I put in the cheeses, three MEXICAN CHEESES BUTp Any cheese. We're just loosely frying a few little -- we're just lightly frying a few -- I have a house in malibu with an empty kitchen. You want to come help cook? See where it leads. Oh, yeah. Salsa, which is onion, and all pureed. This is what you do. I love to cook with my hands. I'll move this over here. Now you take your tortillas dipped in oil. Put them in here -- the corn flavor -- lightly -- just like lasagna, so we're actually doing that. Chicken and onions and a little more cheese. And chicken. And a little more cheese. And how how long too you bake it for? We bake it for like 25-30 pennsylvania -- 25-35 minutes. Everything is leftovers. You just make as many layers as you want. So fun. Are you eating the popcorn? Layers on there, ladies. You can see it. Bake it until it is golden brown just like that. Right here, ladies. We're going to wrap this thing. Oh, no. Don't push it. For these recipeses go to hack SELL HOLLYWOOD.com. If you're in the l.A. Area, head to the border grill. It's great. I remember when you did it here