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In honor of the freakiest day of the year, we're looking at some of the funniest, craziest Latino food superstitions that could happen in the kitchen.
Exchanging gifts of flowers between humans communicates love, acceptance and a wish of happiness between two people. And so it makes sense for us to occasionally include a blossom or two in our food, to bring those good wishes to the table. If you've been wanting to brighten up your dishes and your recipes with edible flowers, here's a quick and easy guide.
Is your Cinco de Mayo spread set and ready to go for tonight?
For those last minute planners, this easy and delicious salsa fresca recipe can be whipped up in 10 minutes. Goodbye, store-bought salsa — forevaaa!
Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner, which means your fiesta-menu is well under way, right?
This collection of delicious chip and dip recipes will put store bought tortilla chips and guacamole to shame. Happy Cinco de Mayo snacking!
As any Latino may know, our food isn't the most vegetarian-friendly of cuisines. The meat-free recipes ahead, however, don't sacrifice flavor or a signature heartiness.
This week, the celebrities took over the food world. Among them were a famous Broadway beer and, of course, Beyoncé's Lemonade.
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The milkshake has recently taken over the entire dessert scene, wiping out almost all other sweets in its path.
The out-of-this-world creations ahead are likely to cause a sugar rush that you won't regret.
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