Slow Cooker Challenge: Read These Reviews to Learn Which Works Best
Slow Cooker Challenge: Read These Reviews to Learn Which Works Best
By The Latin Kitchen | 12/12/2014 - 08:00

If you haven't made dinner using a slow cooker, you haven't lived.


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10 Must Have Kitchen Gadgets for Holiday Cooking
10 Must Have Kitchen Gadgets for Holiday Cooking
By The Latin Kitchen | 12/10/2014 - 08:00

Cooking a holiday feast for the the family this year?


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Marcela Valladolid
Inspiring Latina: Food Network Host And Chef Marcela Valladolid
By Latina Staff | 05/14/2014 - 14:21

Marcela Valladolid is on a mission. A mission to prove to the world that there is no yellow cheese in Mexican cooking.


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Fat Joe
Is Fat Joe Getting His Own Cooking Show?
By Johanna Ferreira | 03/21/2011 - 14:00

Unfortunately, not quite. But someone really needs to get on that idea! Fat Joe chatted up Peter Baily from NBC Miami's Nite Cap about his collaboration on an upcoming cooking show and how he’s auctioning off his sneaker collection for charity to raise money for local schools.


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The Next Iron Chef Hails from Puerto Rico
The Next Iron Chef Hails from Puerto Rico
By Verky Arcos | 08/31/2010 - 10:30

They finally announced the chefs for seaon three of The Next Iron Chef, and we're really excited to have another Latino, Mario Pagan, (last season Jose Garces won!) to represent on the show.  "I'm really excited; I'm really happy that it's finally coming out and hopefully I'll do a good job," says the Puerto Rican chef and owner of restaurants Lemongrass and Chayote.


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Taste Testing: "Viva la Vida"
By Diana Delatorre | 05/31/2010 - 10:00

Viva La Vida is not just a nifty Coldplay tune, it's also a fairly useful cookbook. Colombian chef Rafael Palomino's sophomore effort, Viva la Vida: Festive Recipes for Entertaining Latin Style, offers easy to follow recipes for entertaining—Latin style.  The brain behind Sonora restaurant, Chef Palomino's dishes takes his reader on a culinary roadtrip of Latin American flavors and traditions using a basic and accessible approach.


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Girl Meets Grill
By Bren Herrera | 05/26/2010 - 16:29

Memorial Day weekend kicks off grilling season! But if you don’t have a huge backyard (or a park nearby!) that gives you open space for firing up a monster grill, don't worry. Our food columnist Bren Herrera has the tools and tips you’ll need to get started right in your home.


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Gourmet Latino Festival
By Verky Arcos | 05/21/2010 - 14:38

Gastronomy has become the new craze in the US within the past several years, and food & wine festivals have been popping up everywhere on the map. So it's surprising that as much of a "foodie" culture that we are, there has never been a legit prominent festival of celebrating Latin cuisine. I mean, what better way to celebrate and showcase Latin culture than by way of food, drinks and music? 


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Daisy Martinez Tells Us How To Eat Healthy Morning, Noon & Night
By Mariela Rosario | 05/21/2010 - 11:00

Chef Daisy Martinez has been a cooking up delicious Latin treats for us on TV for years. From the French Culinary Institute to PBS to the Food Network, she has always made the art of cooking seem so easy and relatable. Latina.com sat down with the acclaimed chef to talk to her about her amazing new cookbook, Daisy: Morning, Noon and Night: Bringing Your Family Together with Everyday Latin Dishes, her favorite dish and her advice for busy moms who want to make a special meals for their families.


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Flanboyant Eats with Bren: Red Snapper Escoviche
By Bren Herrera | 05/18/2010 - 08:00

I’ve always loved red snapper, especially at Thai restaurants. Haven’t had it in a while, but it’s the one thing I love to order every other visit. Cuban and Latin Americans eat pargo any kind of way, but I don’t remember my mother ever really making it. Short of recently seeing it prepared in avocado in a Cuban cookbook, I had kind of “back-burnered” it from my top culinary choices.


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