Hola/Hello! Welcome to LatinoFoodie, a food and travel blog based in Los Angeles. Stephen and Art love to share favorite homestyle Mexican food recipes and local restaurant finds. We’re foodies at heart. You’ll also learn about our culinary travel adventures. Thank you for following along for the ride and sharing our site with family and friends.
Let LatinoFoodie inspire your inner chef with these delicious Mexican and Latin-inspired recipes. From main dishes to desserts, we showcase the recipes we love and remember from our childhood.
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- The holiday season is in full swing, and that means it’s time to share one of our absolute favorite recipes with you all – Camotes Enmielados. The kitchen is filled with the warm, comforting aroma of cinnamon, star anise, cloves, and the rich sweetness of piloncillo (brown sugar). INGREDIENTS 4 medium-sized sweet potatoes, peeled and washed 2 piloncillo cones 2 Continue Reading...Read More
- Sometimes I am just amazed at how the simplest ingredients come together so quickly to make such a delicious dish. That’s how I feel about Chuletas de Puerco en Salsa Tomate. The thinly sliced pork chops are first seared and browned and later bathed in a spicy tomato salsa. The tomato salsa is basic – tomatoes, onion, garlic, serrano peppers. Continue Reading...Read More
- I’ve been messing with this chili recipe now for many years. I’ve made it with turkey, chicken, ground beef, chorizo, but I’ve finally come to terms that it’s the Beef Chili that I prefer. This recipe for Chili Con Carne uses a beef round roast. I wanted a chili that would permeate the entire house with a smokey aroma and Continue Reading...Read More
- There’s nothing better than a big bowl of spicy guacamole at the Big Game, right? Luckily, I grew up with two avocado trees at my parents’ house in Pico Rivera, Calif. The tree in the front yard produced large, bumpy, green-skinned Hass avocados. It was a gorgeous tree of medium height. The backyard tree, which was much taller and where Continue Reading...Read More