By The Latin Kitchen | 06/30/2015 - 15:43
Last week, the Supreme Court made history by legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide. Since then, citizens and corporations have applauded and celebrated the decision.
By The Latin Kitchen | 06/28/2015 - 13:00
Sometimes you have a burrito and think: This is awesome. I love burritos. I wish I could eat burritos all the time! Right? Well, that's what one Buzzfeed staffer thought ... and then he turned his thought into action.
By The Latin Kitchen | 06/05/2015 - 09:35
What turns you on? The answer is different for everyone, but aphrodisiacs are especially wild in the Peruvian jungle. Beer made from bark? Firewater? Lizard claws?
By Amanda Cargill | 04/28/2015 - 15:11
Look out Kim Kardashian! Chipotle might soon claim your "Break the Internet" crown.
By The Latin Kitchen | 04/16/2015 - 16:41
World famous ice cream maker, Ben & Jerry's, has announced that it will launch a new treat with a Latin twist on April 20th.
By The Latin Kitchen | 04/14/2015 - 11:12
Good news for Chipotle: Hillary Clinton likes the restaurant chain's food.
By Amanda Cargill | 10/17/2014 - 17:06
It’s no secret that we love Chef Aarón Sánchez.
By The Latin Kitchen | 08/29/2013 - 10:14
Though your kitchen may be oh-so-fresh and clean from floor to ceiling, there could be some hidden dangers lurking in your food.
That’s right, you may be bringing back more than just canvas bags full of produce, you may be stocking your fridge withgerms and bacteria just waiting to make you sick. But rest assured, with a little know-how and practice, you can rid your fridge of these pesky invaders.
By Valerie Tejeda | 09/29/2012 - 15:00
First it was juice, now it’s the rice! Recent reports revealing the amount of arsenic in our food is alarming to say the least. Consumer Reports and the US Food and Drug Administration both released reports last Wednesday revealing how much arsenic is present in rice as well as rice products. Both analyzed 200 samples from popular rice brand products for both brown and white rice. The results showed that many brands contained more arsenic than the Environmental Protection Agency allows in drinking water.