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
After reading Norma Vega’s recent Cultural Capsule on the Origin of the Tomato, we were inspired to create our own "tomatopalooza." We had fun searching for some tasty tomato/xitomatl recipes. What are your favorite xitomatl based recipes?
We’ve all heard that the great USDA Food Pyramid has fallen: Long Live the Plate! If you recall, when the Pyramid came out in the 90s, it was controversial, not to mention confusing and...Read more
You know when a Swiss company sells Aguas Frescas that corporate America is finally realizing the strength of the U.S. Hispanic purchasing power. LatinoFoodie can't wait to try them!
[caption id="attachment_302" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Photo and recipe provided by The California Milk Advisory Board"][/caption] We received a news release recently where the lead said, “Bring on the authentic flavors of Mexico, Spain...Read more
Memorial Day Weekend kicks-off for us the "official" summer grilling months. It's a time we remember all of those who have sacrificed dearly in the armed forces and thank them for their...Read more
[caption id="attachment_140" align="alignright" width="240" caption="Photo Credit: California Strawberry Commission"][/caption] Here in Southern California, we're lucky to have sweet & tart strawberries available to us nearly year-round. There is nothing...Read more