Latinofoodie food bloggers include culinary graduate Art Rodriguez and home cook Stephen Chavez. LatinoFoodie recipes offer home cooks and foodies the latest in Latin recipes, festival and restaurant coverage, cultural trends, and upcoming tasting events.
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- You’ll discover there are a variety of ways Mexican cooks prepare frijoles/beans. They are a staple in my household and one of the best ways I like to prepare them are with bacon or salted pork, onions, tomatoes, garlic, and a pinch of cumin. Some folks call these Charro Beans. I learned how to make them this way from good Continue Reading...Read More
- It has been a tough week. Violence has erupted in cities across the country. Cancer has taken yet another friend way too soon. The political landscape continues to get uglier and uglier. These are the times I seek out comfort in homemade, traditional Mexican food. Beef Chile Colorado is one of those dishes that not only makes my taste buds Continue Reading...Read More
- Disclosure: The Yard House provided LatinoFoodie with a gift card and compensation to experience the restaurant; however, all opinions expressed are our own. We thank you for supporting the establishments that support our blog. What do you like best about happy hour? Is it the discounted prices on food and drinks? Or, do you feel a little naughty inside because Continue Reading...Read More
THE CLASSIC AMERICAN DESSERT – STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE WITH LA LECHERA SWEETENED CONDENSED MILK FROZEN CUSTARDThe lazy days of summer are upon us. Time for dipping our toes into the pool, backyard grilling, and cooling off with sweet desserts like homemade ice cream or strawberry shortcakes, or both! There is something about strawberry shortcakes that takes me back to childhood. We had a strawberry field about two miles from our house and would stop by Continue Reading...Read More
- 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