By Irina Gonzalez | 03/07/2013 - 16:30
This Saturday, March 9th, is National Meatball Day. Yes, we’re serious. And we think that the best way to celebrate this food holiday is with none other but our best albóndigas recipes. These six delicious recipes will have you licking your lips all day. Now, what are you waiting for? Let’s dig in!
By Latina Staff | 03/01/2013 - 10:53
Located at The James Royal Palm, one of South Beach's hottest new hotels, Catch Miami is a seafood lover's paradise. Top Chef winner and Executive Chef Hung Huynh's menu is influenced by cuisines all over the world, but his Ceviche, Tuna Tacos & Yucca Tater Tots all nod to Latin cuisine. Here's a recipe for one of our Catch Miami favorites, The Mahi Mahi Taco*!
*Tuna can also be substituted for Mahi Mahi.
By Samantha Leal | 02/22/2013 - 14:31
It's National Margarita Day! (Yes, it's a thing. Believe us, we were just as excited as you.) So now that you have the perfect excuse to drink a delicious marg, here are some recipes to get you going. What's better than a handcrafted margarita? Yeah, we couldn't think of anything either.
By Stephanie Nolasco | 02/13/2013 - 10:33
Looking to add some spark during a romantic dinner for two? Dimly lit candles may set the ideal mood, but the right dishes could add some fuego to your sheets. For thousands of years, various cultures throughout the world have relied on aphrodisiacs, or certain ingredients that can instantly stir up passion and desire. And while the idea of specific foods having the powerful to stimulate arousal is based on folklore, who doesn’t mind the idea of savoring oozing chocolate dipped in juicy strawberries for some added effect?
By Stacey Rivera | 01/25/2013 - 16:13
We Latinas do a lot of entertaining, and being entertained...and that almost always means food! We know, no recipe will ever taste exactly like abuela’s cooking, but whether you are hosting or visiting, there are some recipes every Latina should know!
These sixteen staples of our cuisine will take you from the dog days of summer to the chilly holiday season without missing a beat.
By Samantha Leal | 12/07/2012 - 15:33
Puerco pibil, or cochinita pibil, is a slow-roasted pork dish. Cochinita (small pig) pibil (to bury) literally translates to ‘buried whole suckling pig’. Traditionally, you should marinate the pork in the same manner as described but cook the whole pig wrapped in banana leaves underground with fire wood and hot stones for hours until tender. Recipe courtesy of Flavors of Belize: The Cookbook and Chef Sean Kuylen.
By Stacey Rivera | 12/03/2012 - 15:26
We know, no recipe will ever taste exactly like abuela’s Christmas cooking. And while it may not be Christmas to you without natillas, some other Latinas may not even know what that is. Here, we give you eight basic holiday recipes from all over Latin America that every Latina should know. Share your family spin on these recipes in the comments section.
By Latina Staff | 11/30/2012 - 16:53
Developed by Vangie Soza of Muy Bueno Cookbook: "When I started making stuffing I was just 13 years old. I began with helping my older sisters by doing all the chopping. Over the years I changed some of the ingredients and finally came up with this recipe. Having made this recipe for years, it is engrained in my memory. Mi mama loved my stuffing and so do my children and grandchildren. I usually double this recipe to give some away to neighbors or anyone else who doesn’t cook at Thanksgiving; I usually include all the other fixings and a homemade pumpkin pie. They are always so grateful; the smiles on their faces warm my heart."