5 Best Latino Food Films of All Time
The Best Latin Foodie Movies, Ever
By Amanda Cargill | 08/09/2014 - 12:00

With the release of The Hundred-Foot Journey and the mid-August mercury on the rise, we thought it high time we compiled a list of Latino food films worth cozying up to on your comfy sofa in your air-conditioned home.


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Lorena Garcia at the Billboard Latin Music Awards
EXCLUSIVE: Chef Lorena Garcia Talks Healthy Eating On-The-Go, Venezuelan Cuisine, And More!
By Cristina Arreola | 07/17/2014 - 16:21

Venezuelan-born Lorena Garcia has her hands in many different pots (literally).


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Sofia Vergara and Jon Favreau on set for The Chef
Sofia Vergara Shares Behind-the-Scenes Photos of New Movie
By Amaris Castillo | 08/08/2013 - 09:46

We love when Sofia Vergara gives a visual nugget of one of her upcoming projects. The Colombian actress recently uploaded several shots of her upcoming film Chef on her WhoSay account, and in turn we got a juicy glimpse at the set and those involved.

Directed by Jon Favreau, the film centers on an unemployed guy named Casper (also played by Favreau) who pursues his dreams and open up his own food truck while also attempting to reconcile with his estranged family. 41-year-old Vergara plays Casper’s ex-wife.


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Ingrid Hoffman Red Hot Night Party
Ingrid Hoffmann: "2013's Hottest Cooking Ingredients Are..."
By Latina Staff | 03/01/2013 - 13:16

A Red Hot Night: Presented by Target was the place to be on Saturday, February 23 in Miami. South Beach Wine & Food Festival's newest event celebrated all things Latin and its guest of honor was red hot Latina chef Ingrid Hoffmann.


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EXCLUSIVE: Marcela Chef
EXCLUSIVE: Food Network's Marcela Valladolid On Growing Up On the Border
By Amaris Castillo | 10/03/2011 - 08:00

Marcela Valladolid grew up with her feet firmly planted in two worlds—she was raised in Tijuana, Mexico but attended school in San Diego, California. This melding of two cultures would later serve as the seed for the Mexican American chef’s culinary career. At 18, Valladolid was an architecture student but after working as an assistant at her aunt’s culinary school in Mexico, she dropped out to pursue her dream.


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