Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Delectable Avocado

The following article was submitted by contributing writer: Norma Vega. Yet another fruit from the Americas! First the sinful orb-the tomato-then the dirty orb-the potato-now the testicular one: the avocado! Yes, avocado in náhuatl, the language of the Aztecs is...
Read more

Happy Anniversary to Us!

We'd like to give a toast to our new readers and followers. LatinoFoodie celebrates its one month anniversary today and we're looking forward to many many more with all of you. Cheers! [caption id="attachment_551" align="alignleft" width="211" caption="A Toast to Our Readers! "] Read more

Poll: Vote for the Best Potato Taco in LA

Around dinner time a few nights ago I started thinking about potato tacos. We had our posts last week on the Origin of the Potato and chorizo con papas so I think that's what got me going. I’ve painstakingly, and very scientifically (ah, who...
Read more

Make Way for a Frozen Summer

Summer is knock-knock-knocking on your door and she’s brought some guests: Frozen Desserts!  Ice Cream is great, but what about the often over-looked cousins?  I’m talking about ices, pops, paletas, and raspados?  Read more

I Love Me Some Papas con Chorizo!

As the weekend approaches my stomach begins to growl with different food cravings, especially for breakfast. Now, don’t get me wrong. I enjoy a beautiful spread of fresh fruit, eggs benedict, pancakes, bagels and lox, you name it. But there is nothing,...
Read more