One of the best food, lifestyle & travel blogs in Los Angeles, LatinoFoodie has quickly become a top source for foodies to find recipes and discover exciting travel destinations. As true gourmands, we love to eat cuisine from all over the world. Yet, our favorite remains Mexican and Latin food.
Let LatinoFoodie inspire your inner chef with these delicious Mexican and Latin-inspired recipes. From main dishes to desserts, we showcase the recipes we love and remember from our childhood.
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COUNTRY’S FIRST MUSEUM/TEACHING KITCHEN DEDICATED TO MEXICAN CUISINE SLATED TO OPEN IN 2019 IN DTLA — LA PLAZA COCINAThe appreciation of Mexican cuisine continues to be elevated around the world. We’re seeing it firsthand here in Southern California with the recent announcement of the country’s first museum/teaching kitchen dedicated to Mexican Cuisine opening soon as part of LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, a museum and cultural center dedicated to the history, art, and culture of the Mexican experience in Continue Reading...Read More
- This is part of a sponsored collaboration with Rumba Meats. However, all opinions expressed are our own. Thank you for supporting Rumba Meats. Scroll down for our special Promo Code you can use on your next Rumba Meats order! We are continuing our love affair with Rumba Meats Beef Oxtails. Our last recipe post featured a silky guajillo sauce with just Continue Reading...Read More
- Summer is officially over, but this heat is still sticking to us like a pair of wet jeans. Well, ya still gotta eat, so take it outdoors and stand in the shade while you warm up your grill because here is a simple and light grilled salmon recipe with red chimichurri. The sauce in the recipe below adds layers of Continue Reading...Read More
- Happy World Dulce de Leche Day!! We are celebrating with a simple sweet treat. Cocadas are a type of coconut confection found throughout Latin America. Mounds of soft and chewy coconut held together with sweetened condensed milk are pretty good, but adding some dulce de leche takes these treats to the next level. These are super simple to make; essentially Continue Reading...Read More
- Carne de Puerco en Salsa Verde or Green Chile Pork is absolutely one of my favorite dishes in the world. The tender pork simmers in a slightly tangy green tomatillo sauce that has a nice spicy kick to it. The combination is magical. Warm up flour tortillas and serve with a side of fresh pinto beans and Mexican rice and Continue Reading...Read More
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