Leaders of the Latin Food Revolution
Leaders of the Latin Food Revolution
By Damarys Ocaña Perez | 11/10/2010 - 15:20

Latino food has always been a big hit in the U.S., but it has never been as huge as it is now! With the U.S. Latino population standing at 40 million strong, more and more Latino chefs are opening their own restaurants, starring in TV shows and publishing great cookbooks. Want to know who our top chefs are, or how the Nuevo Latino cuisine explosion began?

Here are the new faces—and some familiar ones—at the forefront of the next Latino food revolution.


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Q & A: 2 Star Michelin Chef Cesar Ramirez of Brooklyn Fare
Q & A with 2 Star Michelin Chef Cesar Ramirez of Brooklyn Fare
By Verky Arcos | 10/26/2010 - 18:00

The hottest table in New York City belongs to Mexican-born chef Cesar Ramirez, formerly the Executive Chef of famed restaurant Bouley. Ramirez, 40, was recently awarded two Michelin Stars for his 18-seat chef’s table at Brooklyn Fare—as if it wasn’t already tough to get a reservation! Getting awarded any stars in the Michelin Guide is a huge deal. It’s the oldest and most respected guide to fine dining in the world. With a tough rating system of one to three stars, many chefs strive their entire careers to be awarded just one.


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