One of the best food, lifestyle & travel blogs in Los Angeles, LatinoFoodie has quickly become a top source for foodies to find recipes and discover exciting travel destinations. As true gourmands, we love to eat cuisine from all over the world. Yet, our favorite remains Mexican and Latin food.
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- Roasting a turkey can be intimidating. It’s big and gorgeous, but can also be tasteless and dry if you don’t handle with care. Below is a recipe for a Mexican Citrus Brine that will infuse your turkey with flavors of oranges, lemons, limes, garlic (lots of it), and aromatic herbs. A LITTLE HEAT You’ll have a hint of heat from Continue Reading...Read More
- We’re excited to introduce you to a brittle you’re going to crave and make over and over again. Sweet with a whisper of heat from cayenne pepper, the Pepita Brittle makes a perfect gift for the holidays, a topping for your pumpkin pies, ice cream or simply eat it as a candied treat. ...Read More
- This time of year is easily consumed with the smells of Autumn: apples, pumpkins, cinnamon, nutmeg, pine cones and wood fires. Even if the cool temperatures have yet to show themselves in Southern California, fall is here. Changing leaves, crisp fall air, migrating honking geese, and jumping into piles of freshly raked leaves may seem foreign to many Angelinos, Continue Reading...Read More
- Disclaimer: This recipe for Calabaza en Tacha Stuffed Pork Loin is part of a sponsored collaboration with DiMe Media and the National Pork Board. All opinions are 100% mine. This holiday season, we are proud to partner with the National Pork Board, who is inviting pork fans from across the nation to celebrate the holidays by giving back with pork Continue Reading...Read More
- 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