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.
Latino Chef Q & As
Curious about the people behind the food or restaurants? In this section, we interview some of the most popular chefs near and far.
- While mainstream America is doing its best to make Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, a Mexican Halloween, it is not, and there are many essays, rants, posts and bitter tweets all over the internet that will set you straight once and for all. This, however, is not one of those posts. In our home we celebrate Continue Reading...Read More
- Nowadays I find myself looking for delicious food that is easy to make and not have a lot of dishes to clean up afterward. Anyone else with me here? This is why I am loving our new cast iron skillet from Stargazer. Be sure to visit our Instagram page to enter to win your own 10.5″ cast iron skillet and Continue Reading...Read More
- Cafe de olla is life. You may think that is an exaggeration, but you probably haven’t seen me in the morning. we are a coffee household. We have an old fashioned drip coffee maker, an espresso machine when we’re feeling fancy, a French press for lazy weekends, and a (gasp) Keurig for instant coffee when we’re running late because it’s Continue Reading...Read More
- There is nothing better to quench your thirst on a hot summer day than a cold glass of Agua Fresca de Jamaica. Made from dried Hibiscus flowers, the crimson or deep magenta-colored flowers infuse the cold drink with a beautiful hue. People drink Agua de Jamaica both hot and cold. The beverage has a tart, cranberry-like flavor. We enjoy ours Continue Reading...Read More
- A good Chicken Tinga recipe brings boring shredded chicken to life with chipotles in adobo sauce lending their smoky flavor and heat. Serve the Chicken Tinga in a burrito with rice and beans, or on top of a tostada, taco or sope. It’s really that versatile! Chicken Tinga Yield: 6-8 servings Ingredients 8 ripe Roma tomatoes (about 2 pounds), Continue Reading...Read More