Founded by culinary graduate Art Rodriguez and sassy home cook Stephen Chavez, LatinoFoodie has quickly become a source for foodies to come to for the latest Latin cuisine recipes, festival and restaurant coverage, cultural trends, chef interviews, and upcoming tasting events.
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- The focus of our blog has been to share either traditional Mexican recipes or add a Latin twist to others. So, Thanksgiving always presents interesting exchanges with our family – both sides being stubborn with their familiar dishes of turkey, mashed potatoes, canned corn, and string beans. G’ forbid we introduce a new way of basting the turkey with a Continue Reading...Read More
- Nothing is better than the smell of ham baking in your kitchen . We typically use brown sugar and butter to make a glaze or even maple syrup. This time, we searched for a sweet fruit that is native to Mexico and South America and would pair nicely with some heat of a Habanero pepper. From mangoes to tamarindo, the Continue Reading...Read More
- The slight chill in the fall air beckons for a night of warm soup and cuddling. This butternut squash soup has a complexity of flavors with the golden beets, white wine, and cream. Yet, it is the Mexican-style chorizo crumbled on top for the finishing touch that makes it a crowd-pleaser. Your loved ones will thank you for making this Continue Reading...Read More
- Thanksgiving dinner would not be complete without the stuffing. Whether you are stuffing your foul or serving the moist bread mixture alongside your bird, making your own stuffing for the holidays is easier than you think. In this recipe we cut up old cornbread into small cubes, but any day old bread will do. Simply cube your bread, spread on a Continue Reading...Read More
- I am a big fan of this new sweet pumpkin tamal recipe. I only make them at home as we don’t make sweet tamales anymore at our family’s annual tamalada. I kinda miss them, but only a handful of cousins and aunts actually like the sweet ones. Believe it or not, back in the day our family put raisins and Continue Reading...Read More
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