Sautéed, smoked, or even added into a breakfast scramble, salmon is one of the most versatile types of fish. It’s delicate, flaky, available year round, and generally approved of by both kids and adults.
It’s also particularly delicious in the summer, when a simple salmon recipe can be made in minutes and served poolside or on your patio. No matter how you prepare it, it will be welcomed at your table. Buen provecho!
Bummed out by your same-old, same-old summer iced coffee? You know the one: thin, not quite sweet enough, and full of so much melted ice that it tastes slightly better than water?
Us, too, which is why we created three iced cafecitos that are worthy of Latinos. (Most of us grew up drinking either café con leche or chocolate milk, after all. Why drink something less tasty as adults?)
Click through for the delicious and easy to make iced coffee recipes!
Remember the ubiquitous souvenir t-shirts everyone got as gifts in the 80’s? 'My abuela went to Honduras and all I got was this lousy t-shirt.'
You know the one. In fact, they're probably selling "vintage" versions at Urban Outfitters right now. Gracias a dios, these travel souvenirs aren’t those.
Happy Independence Day, Peru! In honor of your cultural richness and vast contributions to the food world, we're testing readers Peruvian foods IQ.
Think you know your fruits and veggies? What do you know of Peruvian jungle fruits?
Peru’s selva alta, the high jungle region in the eastern foothills of the Andes, is home to a cornucopia of fruits. Some, like pineapples, coconuts, melons, and bananas, are familiar. Others are exquisitely exotic curiosities that will surprise and delight foodie travelers.
There's nothing like freshly caught fish, mussels, or shrimp to make you feel like you're on summer vacation. This season, give the grill a night off, and instead mix up one of these cool summer ceviches. There’s no need to cook it; acidic ingredients (think lemons, limes, and vinegar) mimic the chemical reactions caused by heat.
So go ahead, mix up a modern ceviche that serves as both an appetizer and a pre-dinner cocktail. Any one of these 9 summer ceviche recipes is guaranteed to impress your party guests.
Not all food holidays are created equal. Case in point: National Tequila Day. Though not technically a food - some would argue differently, of course – Mexico’s favorite spirit deserves a day, a month, a parade, a piñata, and, possibly, sainthood. It’s good as a shot, great in a cocktail, and a tangy addition to all manner of Mexican dishes.
Don't believe us? Check out these magically delicious recipes!
July 25th is Puerto Rico’s Constitution Day. To celebrate the small but mighty Caribbean island, we’re highlighting a few of its best and brightest restaurants; specifically, restaurants in San Juan's premier nightlife destination, La Placita de Santurce.
Happy National Tequila Day! Or as we like to call it: any 'ol Friday. This year, celebrate your favorite spirit by mixing it up the right way.
Below, check out the most delicious tequila cocktails around. Salud, chicos!
Do you fear the grill? You shouldn’t. Grilling is easy when you have the right gadgets, and Latin foods, in particular, require a specific set of grilling tools.
How do you smoke tacos, for example, without them falling through the grates? For this cooking conundrum and more, we’ve highlighted the five essential gadgets for summer grilling, Latin style. Check them out!
As the saying goes, “If you can’t take the heat, get out of the kitchen.” But what happens when you can’t take the heat outside either?
When we say “heat” we’re talking about the almighty grill, a summer cooking tool that even some of the most accomplished female cooks and chefs are afraid of. Sure, we can whip up any meal behind the stove, but coal-fire grates are another story.
Fear not, chicas! This is your summer to master the grill. Get started now.