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Food is as much a part of Mother’s Day as anything, and since a lot of us will be heading into the kitchen this weekend to cook mami a very special meal – perhaps the only meal you cook her all year – we asked our favorite Latino chefs for their best loved recipes from mom.
Click through to find the perfect dish to make for your mom this Mother’s Day.
Did last night’s Cinco de Drinko fiesta leave you with a painful case of the fuzzies this morning? Never fear, we’ve got the cure.
Here, a collection of the best home remedies for hangovers.
Sadly, we don’t have the cure for the drunken dance moves your friends caught on camera on posted to your Instagram. Sorry…
Happy Macho de Mayo (aka Manly Cinco de Mayo)!
That's right, this Cinco de Mayo we're straying from the ubiquitous sweet and sour, frothy and fruity cocktails and sugar-rimmed glasses, and instead serving up man-strength cocktails that will get you tipsy in just one sipsy.
Want to have fun on Cinco de Mayo? (And possibly, not remember it come el seis de Mayo?) Check out these 6 super-powered drinks guaranteed to take your Cinco de Mayo party to the next level.
There are three things you’re guaranteed to see on Cinco de Mayo: sombreros, guac, and a boat ton of crazies knocking back cocktails as though they’re competing for a free “I Got Wasted on Cinco de Drinko” tee shirt. Without question, Cinco de Mayo brings out the party in party animals.
With this in mind, we’ve enumerated the 7 types of drunks you’ll meet on Cinco de Mayo and what they’ll be drinking. Watch out for these lunatics (and maybe have what they’re having).
Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner, and with less than a week to prepare, we thought it time to start rolling out the recipes. We’re starting with drinks. (That’s the most important part of the party anyway, right?)
Here, three make-at-home micheladas recipes that scream “drink me now!”
Love bread but can't have gluten? You're not alone.
Whether slathered in butter, served crusty with warm queso or fondue, or dipped in soups and broths to sop up the last bit of savory goodness, nothing delights the palate quite like bread. Unfortunately, if you're gluten intolerant, you can't partake in all that mouthwatering yumminess.
Good news, though. The recipes here are for gluten-free breads only, and they're so good that even if you can eat gluten, you'll want to devour them anyway!
What does one eat in the Peruvian Amazon? Jungle cuisine, of course. And what is jungle cuisine? Larvae, leaves, and root vegetables, of course!
We know what you’re thinking. It doesn’t exactly make the mouth water. But before you turn on your “No, thank you” auto-reply, click through for a look at what Peru’s indigenous Amazonian people call dinner. We’ve got more food habits in common than you think!
It's National Picnic Day! Drop what you're doing, pack a lunch, and head outside.
Ok, ok. We know it’s not that easy to put your life on hold. But seriously, casual picnics that celebrate sunshine, good conversation, and delicious food are a great way to spend a birthday, spoil a first date, or take the edge off a stressful work week.
So, in the spirit of this wonderful "holiday," here's a collection of scrumptious, portable, and easy to assemble picnic recipes.
It's not easy being a farmer, which is why we’re honoring these oft unsung heroes today, Earth Day 2015.
For farmers, workdays begin early and end late, weather is intense, resources are limited, and demands are high.
Click through for a glimpse into farming life – what farmers do for our earth, why they do it, and what they wish you knew about their work.
It’s Fit Food Tuesday, which means we’ve got health food on the brain; specifically, the best snacks and treats to eat after a workout. (You should choose low fat foods that are high in protein and carbohydrates – surprise! – since these refuel and repair your muscles.
They should, of course, also be yummy.
In honor of National Fitness Month, here are our picks for the best foods to eat after a workout.
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