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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- This shop has been compensated by #CollectiveBias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. We live on a steep (haunted?) hill, therefore trick-or-treaters tend to stay away, but we’re suckers for Halloween. With a small group of friends and fiends coming to our home for a pre-Halloween gathering of chilling cocktails and terrifying treats, it’s easy to get Continue Reading...Read More
- A few weeks ago we partnered with Potandon Produce Klondike Brands to create delicious potato recipes for you, with a Latin twist. Klondike Brands has been truly wonderful to work with, especially since we got to try all of their spuds, plus their new potato, the Klondike Royale™. We’ll link to our Klondike potato recipes below, but first you need Continue Reading...Read More
- I probably would not have considered Brussels sprouts for breakfast had it not been for chorizo. Good old Mexican chorizo (beef or pork) is a sausage made with spices like garlic and paprika and of course powdered chile. While chorizo has a number of applications we love it for breakfast dishes like chorizo con huevos and papas con chorizo, but also mixed Continue Reading...Read More
- This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Hunt’s Tomato Sauce and Latina Bloggers Connect. We thank you for supporting LatinoFoodie and the companies that make this blog possible. In our kitchen, many dishes call for the use of good quality tomatoes. Whether we are making frijoles, huevos rancheros, or arroz con pollo, the round red fruit is definitely the Continue Reading...Read More
- I was not one of those kids cooking with my mama in the kitchen. She was the “master chef” and the kitchen was her domain. And, it still is today. Like most boys growing up, I always enjoyed my mom’s cooking and stories (really it was family chisme). Many years later I find myself classically trained in French cuisine and Continue Reading...Read More
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Art creating a wicked Halloween Lentil and Chorizo Soup for this evening's trick or treat cocktail… http://t.co/uZXdkPfPao