During a heat wave, there is nothing sweeter than a big wedge of dripping watermelon. So why would we grill it? Have we let the heat cook our brains? Have you ever had hot watermelon? While making this, we decided...
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For a light zesty snack or a swingin’ spicy meal, hot wings hold a special place in the heart of many Americans. From basketball to baseball to football to underwater basket weaving, competitive sports have long been a pretext for consuming finger-licking...Read more
Don't you hate when you try a dish from a new cuisine and you always end up ordering the same one every time? That's me with Peruvian food. I was first introduced to Lomo Saltado, a classic Peruvian-style stir-fry of steak and...Read more
In Extremadura they do it with bits of ham. In Cordoba they do it with hard-boiled eggs. In La Mancha they cook it with rabbit. In Cadiz, during times of drought, they make it creamy with less water. Gazpacho has many faces,...Read more
We have two weeks (longer if you're lucky enough to live in sunny California) to smell the roses, soak up the sun, jump into waves, and grill, grill, grill! With peaches at their peak seasonal ripeness, we have easy access to the...Read more
Strawberry Icebox Pie Okay LatinoFoodie Nation, I love to bake, but I’ll be honest with you: I’m still learning the science of baking. Make no mistake, the temperature of your kitchen, the moisture in...Read more