About: Art Rodriguez
Recent Posts by Art Rodriguez
Ingredients: 1 package (12 oz.) silken tofu 2/3 cup (about 1 tablet) Abuelita Mexican chocolate, finely grated in a food processor (if you don't...Read more
People in the food scene have been talking about all the exciting food and beverage trends coming up this year in the general market, including:Read more
- Comfort foods gone gourmet -- Looks like the tough economy is driving fine dining chefs into...
We were walking through Costco the other day and saw a package of frozen tilapia with a corn tortilla crust. We looked at...Read more
Before your guests arrive and before the big countdown, mix up a batch of our special New Year’s Coquito. We got this recipe from an old colleague who says she got it from her Puerto Rican grandmother. We thought, "Hot damn, it...Read more
As part of reviving the holiday traditions that have defined our families and communities for years, LatinoFoodie set out to make tamales this season with a sweet twist. Earlier...Read more
Seven years ago, Juan Mondragón, owner of Juan’s Restaurante in Baldwin Park, said his sister Sandy Mondragón was diagnosed with stage four stomach cancer. Her family insisted on a diet of nopales (cactus paddles). Convinced of the health...Read more
The Cellar opened in 1970, in the basement of Fullerton’s historic Villa del Sol. The design is unique as it is the only structure outside of Disneyland that...Read more
For most of us, pumpkin is something we only cook with at Thanksgiving so make it count. While pumpkin pies and cheesecakes may be yummy, this year do not limit yourself. Pumpkin biscotti or scones? Maybe pumpkin & Mexican hot chocolate? Pumpkin...Read more
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The holidays are upon us – don’t panic! LatinoFoodie is...