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...
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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...
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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


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,...
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