By Amanda Cargill | 11/26/2014 - 08:00
Everybody knows breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
By Amanda Cargill | 11/18/2014 - 07:33
Who doesn't love a potluck party? Good food, good drink, merry friends and family.
By The Latin Kitchen | 08/28/2014 - 10:40
Labor Day will come and go, but delicious food should live on forever. Whether you adhere (or not) to the "no white after Labor Day" rule, we urge you: don't let that follow you in the kitchen!
By Irina Gonzalez | 04/03/2014 - 13:02
Growing up on a Latin diet doesn't exactly make it easy to cut out the meat from your everyday meals. Instead, we're often left feeling guilty and confused: How do you have enchiladas without beef?
By Irina Gonzalez | 12/30/2013 - 15:05
As the weather turns from kind of cold to really chilly, there’s nothing we love more than turning to our trusty slow cooker for tonight’s heart-warming meal.
By The Latin Kitchen | 12/12/2013 - 15:21
We’re in the full swing of the holidays! Thanksgiving dinner is under our belt and Noche Buena and Christmas morning are in our sights.
By The Latin Kitchen | 12/05/2013 - 09:00
It's sprinkled on chicken, mixed into rice, massaged into pernil. It's the ubiquitous Latin spice: adobo. If you didn't grow up in a household where the adobo flowed freely: adobo is an all-purpose seasoning and though recipes vary, it's usually made with salt, pepper, garlic, cumin, and a few other dried spices. You can make your own or find the bottled stuff in nearly every grocery store across America. And when we say all-purpose, we mean it. You'll be hard pressed to find a Latin dinner without adobo.
By The Latin Kitchen | 11/27/2013 - 09:28
Thanksgiving tables are always overflowing with luscious eats from perfectly roasted turkey,pernil, and potatoes to stuffing, cranberry sauce, and biscuits. Use those holiday leftoversto update, transform, and create new favorites and take those already-delicious extras to the next level.
By The Latin Kitchen | 11/14/2013 - 12:17
In December, most Latin households overflow with the traditional Christmas spirit. It seeps out in the form of nativity scenes, advent calendars, and solemn pilgrimages to midnight mass (followed by a joyful Noche Buena). But for the hundreds of thousands of Jewish Latinos, the details of the holiday season, of Chanukah, look quite different, though the spirit remains the same.