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Founded by culinary graduate Art Rodriguez and sassy home cook Stephen Chavez, LatinoFoodie has quickly become a source for foodies to come to for the latest Latin cuisine recipes, festival and restaurant coverage, cultural trends, chef interviews, and upcoming tasting events.

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Recipes

Let LatinoFoodie inspire your inner chef with these delicious recipes. From main dishes to desserts, we showcase the recipes we love.

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chef Q & A

Curious about the people behind the food or restaurants? In this section, we interview some of the most popular chefs in the Latin cuisine scene.

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  • CALABACITAS: CHEESY COMFORT FOOD
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    Calabacitas, or “little squash” in Spanish, is a Mexican dish of cooked squash often served as a side dish, but substantial enough for a hearty vegetarian main.  The dish can be made as a casserole, but is often made as a thick, chunky vegetable dish served with some of the cooking liquid. In my kitchen, making calabacitas is often a very cheese affair, Continue Reading...
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  • Klondike Goldust® Molo: Ecuadorian Mashed Potatoes with Peanut Butter
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    This is a sponsored post for Klondike Brands but all opinions are my own. Although mashed potatoes are a year-round favorite for many Latinos, this recipe is an Ecuadorian treat. This velvety Ecuadorian mashed potato dish, or molo, is usually made to celebrate religious holidays, but it is a new favorite in our home. We used creamy Klondike Goldust® for this molo. This Continue Reading...
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  • HOLLYWOOD CELEBRATES ECLECTIC CULINARY SCENE AT SUNSET AND DINE EVENT
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    Hollywood is known for its glitz and glamour, film and television, movie stars and crazy characters on the street. But lately the town has been buzzing about the new and eclectic culinary scene.The Sunset and Dine tasting event on Thursday, Oct. 2 celebrates the success of many newcomers and some of the long-standing restaurants in the area. We were invited Continue Reading...
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  • Klondike Pure Gold™ Papas con Chorizo
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    This a sponsored post for Klondike Brands but all opinions are my own. In our home big meals often involve us squeezing in and passing around the tortillas and salsa as we sit/stand around the kitchen island. These very informal meals are usually breakfast. We have a dining room with a big table a few feet away, but the kitchen Continue Reading...
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  • PLAYING WITH CANDIED CHILES
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    I have roasted chiles, blended chiles, pureed chiles, chopped chiles, grilled chiles, even tossed a few chiles in my cocktail. But, I’ll be honest with you. This LatinoFoodie has never candied chiles before. The thin curly strips have a sweet warm flavor with just a hint of heat. Now I want to put candied chiles on EVERYTHING. I’m thinking ice cream, cupcakes, Continue Reading...
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Foodie Events

5th Annual Orange County Brew Ha Ha

Off-Duty Firefighters will pour beer for you and a portion of the proceeds will go to the Fallen Fire Fighters Relief Fund. Unlimited Tastings!
When: Sat September 6 13:00 - Sat September 20 06:00

Oktoberfest at Santa Anita Park

The 2nd annual Oktoberfest at Santa Anita Park will take place opening day at the races Sept. 27. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., the racetrack will have an infield beer garden and Dog Haus sausages in the VIP area. There will also be traditional German music from Bavarian Wunderband, competitive alphorn blowing, stein-holding contests, Dachshund racing, a costume contest and live horse racing all day.
When: Sat September 27 11:00 - 17:00

The 7th Edition of ‘La Feria de los Moles’

La Placita Olvera will once again witness this celebratory feast filled with flavor, featuring an array of delicious moles that go from sweet to salty and hot, and the first time of an array of delicious pastries and other different delicious dishes prepared right along with the star of the event - the unique mole.
When: Sun September 28 10:00 - 19:00

Sunset & Dine

The third annual Sunset & Dine, taking place October 2, 2014 from 5:00-9:00 p.m., will take place just down the street from the famed intersection of Sunset and Vine, at the Taglyan Complex, 1201 Vine Street. Tickets will be $25 (with an early bird discount), and will grant attendees access to beer and wine, food samples from local restaurants, live music, and childrens’ entertainment. All proceeds from the event will benefit The Center at Blessed Sacrament.
When: Thu October 2 17:00 - 21:00

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