By The Latin Kitchen | 11/07/2013 - 14:49
While the classic Thanksgiving dinner is appealing to many who rely on the comfort of tradition, others may find themselves feeling less than thrilled at the thought of an old fashioned menu and fall table settings. Although Thanksgiving isn’t celebrated in Spain or in Latin American countries, people of Spanish or Latin American ancestry often celebrate the holiday, incorporating foods and ingredients from their heritage into a unique twist on the holiday dinner.
By Cristina Arreola | 10/21/2013 - 10:07
It appears that more and more American shoppers are turning towards Latin foods and ingredients for their everyday cooking needs.
According to Fox News Latino, tortillas now outsell burger and hot dog buns, and tortilla chips sales are growing faster than that of potato chips.
By The Latin Kitchen | 10/14/2013 - 12:00
What started in the 1970’s as a simple bean cooker is now a celebrated device in many kitchens. Whether you call it by it’s trademarked name “Crock-Pot” or simply know it as a slow cooker, this culinary tool means one thing: an easy, one-pot meal that cooks slowly over the course of several hours, without supervision.
By The Latin Kitchen | 10/10/2013 - 16:35
Celebrate the start of the new season by heading to the farmers market. Take in the deep and vibrant colors of the fresh produce (purple, orange, forest green) and let your imagination run wild with possibility. As the temperature drops and it's once again safe to turn the stove on, let your home fill with the aromas of roasted vegetables, simmering soups and stews, and the warm scents of cinnamon and nutmeg.
By The Latin Kitchen | 09/27/2013 - 15:31
Ever wish you the weekly groceries you need to create healthy, Latin meals would magically show up on your doorstep? TLK has joined up with Plated to make your wishes come true!
By The Latin Kitchen | 08/29/2013 - 10:14
Though your kitchen may be oh-so-fresh and clean from floor to ceiling, there could be some hidden dangers lurking in your food.
That’s right, you may be bringing back more than just canvas bags full of produce, you may be stocking your fridge withgerms and bacteria just waiting to make you sick. But rest assured, with a little know-how and practice, you can rid your fridge of these pesky invaders.