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Celebrate Epiphany with Our Three Kings Day Cake Recipe

Rosca de Reyes is traditionally eaten on January 6th to commemorate the biblical story of the arrival of the Three Kings. 

Here, we honor Three Kings Day with a brief - very brief - summary of celebrations throughout Latin America and a deliciously bright Rosca de Reyes recipe. Enjoy!

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Bean There, Done That! Best Recipes con Frijoles for National Bean Day
Bean There, Done That! Best Recipes con Frijoles for National Bean Day

If you love obscure food holidays, you're in luck. Today is National Bean Day!

In honor of the humble and rarely celebrated legumes, we've compiled our favorite recipes featuring the low-fat, protein-packed bean. Whether you favor Bean, Cheese and Chorizo Molletes, Spicy Black Bean Sliders, or Triple Chocolate Black Bean Brownie Truffles, you've never had beans quite like this! Check 'em out! 


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Learn to Cook! 1-Minute Video: How to Peel Garlic
Learn to Cook! 1-Minute Video: How to Peel Garlic

Is "Learn how to cook" one of your New Year's resolutions? If it is, you're in the right spot. Here, the first of 12 cooking videos we'll roll out each Monday over the next three months: How to Peel Garlic.

Watch and follow The Latin Kitchen vlogger Melissa Bailey as she teaches you how to peel garlic quickly, easily, and with no mess. Happy cooking! 


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Get Fit in 2015 with These Awesome Weight Loss Apps
Get Fit in 2015 with These Awesome Weight Loss Apps

'Tis the season of New Year's resolutions. The most common, of course, is to lose weight, work out daily, get fit, and change your diet. While friends and family can zumba, jog, and do yoga with you, only you can decide to pick up or put down the fork.

There are, however, helpful tools for tracking your diet. Here, our picks for the best smartphone weight loss apps


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Hangover Cures for a Happy January 1!
Hangover Cures for a Happy January 1!

Drank too much on New Year's Eve? Face the first day of 2015 with these guaranteed hangover cures!

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NYC's Hottest Latin Bars: Where to Sip and Be Seen in New York
NYC's Hottest Latin Bars: Where to Sip and Be Seen in New York

New York is a dream for late night revelers. There are more bars, lounges, and nightclubs in the city’s five boroughs than in any other U.S. city. In fact, there's so much to choose from that it can be hard to know which to see and which to skip.

Here, a few of our favorite Latin bars in NYC neighborhoods ranging from Soho to Williambsurg to Hell's Kitchen. Cheers!


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Three Cheers for New Year's! Cava Cocktails Worth Toasting (and Drinking)
Three Cheers for New Year's! Cava Cocktails Worth Toasting (and Drinking)

Don't call it champagne, call it drinkable! (Who actually finishes a glass of champagne after the toast, anyway?)

Cava, a fizzy Spanish wine, is similar to champagne but far more flexible. In flavors and finishes ranging from sweet to herbal, dry to delicate, it's the perfect New Year's Eve party cocktail ingredient. 

Here, five awesome Cava cocktails to ring in 2015. Pop some corks, people! 


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Behold the 25 Best Margarita Recipes Ever!
Behold the 25 Best Margarita Recipes Ever

Contrary to popular belief, margaritas aren't just for Cinco de Mayo and summer barbecues. These days, there are so many variations on the classic tequila cocktail that they can be mixed up morning, noon, and night throughout the year.


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Ice, Ice Baby: 10 Cool Uses for Ice Cube Trays
Ice, Ice Baby: 10 Cool Uses for Ice Cube Trays

We know. You've been waiting your whole life to hear about creative uses for ice cub trays. Who hasn't? 

Good news: your wait is over. The number of wierd ways to use ice cube trays knows no bounds. (Who are the people that think these things up?)

Here, our 10 favorite tricks for repurposing ice cube trays


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How to Survive Colombia's Craziest Restaurant: Andrés Carne de Res
How to Survive Colombia's Craziest Restaurant: Andrés Carne de Res

Traveling to Colombia? If you answered yes, a visit to Colombia's craziest restaurant, Andrés Carne de Res, should be at the top of your to-do list. While the food is tasty, it's the atmosphere that takes it to the next level. In a word, it's insane. 

Here, a few must-read these tips for maximizing your Andrés Carnes de Res experience (and coming home with great stories that will make you the envy of your foodie friends).


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