8 Enchilada Recipes You Must Try This Holiday Season!
By The Latin Kitchen | 12/12/2013 - 15:21

We’re in the full swing of the holidays! Thanksgiving dinner is under our belt and Noche Buena and Christmas morning are in our sights.


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7 Surprising Ways with Adobo
7 Recipes with Adobo That Will Up Your Cooking Game!
By The Latin Kitchen | 12/05/2013 - 09:00

It's sprinkled on chicken, mixed into rice, massaged into pernil. It's the ubiquitous Latin spice: adobo. If you didn't grow up in a household where the adobo flowed freely: adobo is an all-purpose seasoning and though recipes vary, it's usually made with salt, pepper, garlic, cumin, and a few other dried spices. You can make your own or find the bottled stuff in nearly every grocery store across America. And when we say all-purpose, we mean it. You'll be hard pressed to find a Latin dinner without adobo. 


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Latin Thanksgiving Leftovers
5 Latin Thanksgiving Leftovers Recipes You'll Love!
By The Latin Kitchen | 11/27/2013 - 09:28

Thanksgiving tables are always overflowing with luscious eats from perfectly roasted turkey,pernil, and potatoes to stuffing, cranberry sauce, and biscuits. Use those holiday leftoversto update, transform, and create new favorites and take those already-delicious extras to the next level.


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Pomegranate Mezcal Punch That's Perfect For the Holidays!
Pomegranate Mezcal Punch That's Perfect For the Holidays!
By Irina Gonzalez | 11/27/2013 - 09:00

Celebrating the holidays has never been easier than with this big-batch of PAMA Paloma, a delicious Latin-style punch made with Del Maguey Crema (a perfectly smoky mezcal) and PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur. Created by New York City-based mixologist Leo DeGoff, of the new restaurant APT-13, in order to help make your holiday entertaining stress-free, this delicious cocktail is perfect for that big family gathering or your annual Christmas party.


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Chorizo Omelette Recipe from Mercadito
Mercadito's Chorizo Omelette
By Dan Koday | 11/15/2013 - 11:00

Served at Mercadito's Mexican restaurant in NYC, this spicy delicious omelette goodness will warm you up on winter weekend mornings when you just want to stay indoors.


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A Latin Chanukah
How to Throw a Latin Chanukah
By The Latin Kitchen | 11/14/2013 - 12:17

In December, most Latin households overflow with the traditional Christmas spirit. It seeps out in the form of nativity scenes, advent calendars, and solemn pilgrimages to midnight mass (followed by a joyful Noche Buena). But for the hundreds of thousands of Jewish Latinos, the details of the holiday season, of Chanukah, look quite different, though the spirit remains the same.


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10 Ways You Know You're at a Latino Thanksgiving
10 Ways You Know You're at a Latino Thanksgiving
By Irina Gonzalez | 11/11/2013 - 16:38

When it comes to celebrating Thanksgiving, we all have our own ideas of a traditional meal. While your non-Latino friends will be celebrating the holiday with a buttered turkey, sweet potato casserole and a classic stuffing, your table will look just a little different.


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Horchata Coffee Cocktail Recipe
Horchata Coffee Cocktail
By Dan Koday | 11/11/2013 - 16:24

A traditional summer drink gets winterized by coffee, Hennessy and Grand Marnier.


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5 Ways to (Latin) Spice Up Your Thanksgiving Dinner
5 Ways to (Latin) Spice Up Your Thanksgiving Dinner
By The Latin Kitchen | 11/07/2013 - 14:49

While the classic Thanksgiving dinner is appealing to many who rely on the comfort of tradition, others may find themselves feeling less than thrilled at the thought of an old fashioned menu and fall table settings. Although Thanksgiving isn’t celebrated in Spain or in Latin American countries, people of Spanish or Latin American ancestry often celebrate the holiday, incorporating foods and ingredients from their heritage into a unique twist on the holiday dinner.


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Dia de los Muertos Food
Ingrid Hoffman's Mexican Pork Pozole for Dia de los Muertos
By Irina Gonzalez | 11/01/2013 - 17:10

For the next two days, families are gathering to celebrate Dia de los Muertos by remembering friends and family members who have passed on. And along with the classic sugar skulls--food plays a big role. Ingrid Hoffmann, host of the Univision’s Delicioso and author of Latin D'Lite: Delicious Latin Recipes with a Healthy Twist, shares her favorite recipe for Mexican Pork Pozole. The hominy-based stew, usually made with pork shoulder, is also perfect to warm you up this time of year. Ingrid recommends that you set bowls of shredded cabbage, avocado, radishes, chopped cilantro and lime wedges on the table so each person can flavor their Pozole as they wish. And don't forget to keep plenty of tortillas and Mexican beer on hand!


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