Posts tagged Latin food

Food Blogs We Love: El Fogoncito

Arturo Féliz-Camilo and wife Zobeira Y. Gil Ramos prepare Dominican food daily for their family and document their adventures on their blog, “El Fogoncito.” If there’s one thing to know about Dominican cuisine, the husband and wife team says that it’s that it is passed down through generations.  

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Latin-Inspired Memorial Day Recipes

Just in time for the three-day weekend, we’re featuring some of our most popular party recipes, perfect for a crowd. From juicy churrasco and Cuban-style burgers to creamy poblano potato salad  and a veggie dish made with tender palmitos and tomatoes, here are some recipes that will ensure this Memorial Day weekend is one to remember.


Got Gazpacho? 3 Perfect Recipes for National Gazpacho Aficionado Month

Whether you like a red gazpacho made with juicy red tomatoes, crisp cucumbers and bright green peppers or ajo blanco gazpacho, the earliest version of the Spanish bread soup, made with finely-ground almonds and sweet grapes, there’s a version for everyone, just in time for National Gazpacho Aficionado Month. 


In Honor Of Cinco De Mayo, a New Generation of Mexican-American Chef

In honor of Cinco de Mayo we’re devoting an entire week to celebrating an exciting new generation of Mexican American chef. A generation who’s not only keeping the food of their ancestors alive but elevating it to new heights. First up: Chef Rick Ortiz of Chicago’s Antique Taco and his Abuelita’s Pop Tart.

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Food Blogs We Love: Carrol Luna

Blogger Carrol Luna shares Dominican foods both sweet and savory on her blog. And if you needed a reason to think of her as an absolute authority on baking, look no further than her recipe for pan de canela, which is shared on her blog.

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Food Blogs We Love: The Glutster

Javier Cabral blogs about homestyle foods and unique restaurant finds throughout Los Angeles on his blug, The Glutster.

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It’s National Empanada Day!

The variations of empanadas are endless: bread-like or flakey dough, fried or baked, pockets filled with chicken, beef, seafood, cheese or veggies. The founders of catering service Nada But EmpanadasMarina Arbetman-Rabinowitz and Linda Hayon, share two simple recipes to make at home. Happy Empanada Day!  


How To Make: Dominican Red Bean Stew

Dominican red bean stew, better known as Sancocho de habichuelas or Sopión, is a robust, hearty dish. Dominican food blogger Carol Luna shares her recipe for this rich and spicy stew-a twist on the traditional sancocho.


A Healthy Idea: Energy Salad!

Looking to rev up your energy? Try this protein-packed, low-fat Latin inspired salad to keep your engine going. 

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