For many people this Lenten season,... Read more
If you grew up in a Latino family you will recognize many of the following dishes: Fish, Tortas de Camarón con Chile Colorado (Egg and Shrimp patties with Red Sauce), Calabacitas (Zucchini), Caldo de Queso (Sonora’s signature Cheese Soup), Verdolagas (Purslane) and other...Read more
This one pot meal is fast, easy, and versatile, which will either remind you of your prom date or become your best friend this Lent season. On a serious note, you can toss almost anything into the pot of lentils to make...Read more
In our contemporary culture, where daily addictions abound on just about anything from indulging in too much chocolate, shopping, or junk food, it's hard to conceive of a time when vices were actually permissible, at least for a brief time. The period...Read more
[caption id="attachment_1857" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Red Hot Velvet Cake. Photograph by Norma Vega."][/caption] LatinoFoodie hosted its first "My Foodie Valentine" at our home with a special five course tasting menu inspired...Read more
Happy New Year…again! The Lunar New Year is upon us, and with it a chance to explore another culture as...Read more
Every so often I crave a fresh salad with a mixture of flavors and textures. Nothing can beat a homemade Ensalada de Nopalitos. In our journey this year to eat healthier, this dish is one of our favorites. You can't go wrong with all the
Being a food blogger definitely has its perks. During the past seven months, LatinoFoodie indulged in delicious dishes like Peruvian lomo saltado, duck comfit tacos, and probably at least...
Personally, we hate New Year Resolutions. Let’s face it. Do we ever really keep them? Sure, they all sound fine and dandy when making them. The majority are about weight loss and being more focused on work and family. Blah. Blah. Blah.
The intimate connection between holidays and food has existed and endured throughout time in all cultures. These culinary rhythms accentuating the holidays are especially true for Spanish-speaking cultures: tamales and Christmas, the Rosca de Reyes (ring cake) and the Day of the...Read more