Founded by culinary graduate Art Rodriguez and marketing maven and home cook Stephen Chavez, LatinoFoodie has quickly become a source for home cooks and foodies to come to for the latest Latin recipes, festival and restaurant coverage, cultural trends, and upcoming tasting events.
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- Being food bloggers at times has its downsides. Our minds and appetites become overwhelmed. I am sure friends and family envision us delighting at the newest and trendiest restaurants in LA. The truth? We probably cook homemade meals about five times a week. When Art and I finally decide to go out, we can never agree on a place. Too Continue Reading...Read More
- Nothing beats the smell of grilling outdoors on warm, sunny days, and we have a lot of both in Los Angeles. Between carne asadas, BBQs, cookouts, and picnics, dining alfresco can leave Angelinos feeling bored of the same menu. How do we bust out of the routine to get our tardeada-mojo back? Spicing up the menu is the #1 priority Continue Reading...Read More
- Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Society Culinaria courtesy of Cacique, Inc. However all opinions are our own and the recipe ours, too. We thank you for supporting the brands we love and who help keep this blog alive. First things first – You can get this recipe on the Cacique website. Click here. Tired of the old Mexican standard Continue Reading...Read More
- Recipe commissioned by Azuñia Tequila; however, all ideas and recipe concepts are our own. Thank you for supporting those brands that make this blog possible. Cinco de Mayo commemorates the historic Battle of Puebla when a small Mexican army defeated the well-financed French army. Please remember, it does not mark Mexico’s independence. Although the holiday is mostly celebrated here in Continue Reading...Read More
- Tired of boring lunches? It can be tough finding new ways to use familiar ingredients. So you have to try this easy lunchtime Poblano grilled cheese sandwich with Oaxaca cheese and Spanish chorizo. The rajas or strips of charred Poblano peppers provides a mild heat to this hearty grilled cheese sandwich while the smoked Spanish chorizo adds a rich savory element Continue Reading...Read More
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