Tortilla Tour: A Look at Old Town San Diego's Freshest Mexican Joints
Tortilla Tour: A Look at Old Town San Diego's Freshest Mexican Joints
By The Latin Kitchen | 09/27/2016 - 10:34

One known as "America's Finest City," Old Town San Diego is now a tourist hot spot and major culinary destination. Open air tortillerias and handmade tortillas prepared on site - a rarity in the U.S.


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A Definitive Ranking of the Best Mofongo in NYC
A Definitive Ranking of the Best Mofongo in NYC
By The Latin Kitchen | 09/16/2016 - 11:01

Caribbean restaurants in New York City are easy enough to come across but authentic Puerto Rican mofongo, with its subtly sweet fried plantains and crunchy pieces of pork, is an art form.


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WTH? (Why the Hate?) Restaurant Staff Calls Guest X Gordo on Receipt
WTH? (Why the Hate?) Restaurant Staff Calls Guest X Gordo on Receipt
By The Latin Kitchen | 02/22/2016 - 15:07

One Arkansas woman got a little something extra with her dinner at a local Mexican restaurant: a heaping helping of derogatory remarks.


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Latina's Guide to Brunch: 10 Must-Visit Restaurants in NYC
Latina's Guide to Brunch: 8 Must-Visit Restaurants in NYC
By Kelli Acciardo | 02/11/2016 - 11:02

Whether you're in the mood for huevos rancheros, churros, or a breakfast burrito, one thing's for certain — there's no greater city packed with amazing Latin brunch options, than New York. Take a look at some of our favorites.


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Best Rinconcitos Miami Restaurants
Here's Where To Get The Best Rinconcitos In Miami
By The Latin Kitchen | 10/13/2015 - 10:59

Alcapurrias. Aranitas. Asopao. Bacalaitos. Mofongo. Tostones. Pasteles. Surullitos.


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Top Fine Dining Restaurants in Cusco, Peru
Top Fine Dining Restaurants in Cusco, Peru
By The Latin Kitchen | 02/25/2015 - 09:35

Peru has been on the radar of global foodies for a while now, thanks in large part to Chef Gastón Acurio and Mistura, Cusco's very large and increasingly popular annual food festival.


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5 Afro-Latin Chefs You Should Know
5 Afro-Latin Chefs You Should Know
By The Latin Kitchen | 02/18/2015 - 08:00

When it comes to fusion food, few cuisines combine as well as those of Africa and Latin America. From plantains to peppers, tropical fruits to tubers, common ingredients abound.


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NYC's Sazon Turns Up the Heat in Winter
NYC's Sazon Turns Up the Heat This Winter
By Amanda Cargill | 12/08/2014 - 18:00

Literally translated, “sazon” means “seasoning.” At Sazon NYC, the hot Tribeca restaurant and lounge that brings a taste of old San Juan downtown, you would think it translates to “sexy.” 


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6 Airport Restaurants that Make Holiday Travel Tolerable
6 Airport Restaurants that Make Holiday Travel Tolerable
By The Latin Kitchen | 12/03/2014 - 07:15

Long considered a stressful but necessary evil, holiday travel is now something to look forward to thanks to recent collaborations between celeb chefs and urban airports.


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