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How About Them Apples? 6 Ways to Mix Up Your Manzana Recipes
How About Them Apples? 6 Ways to Mix Up Your Manzana Recipes

Autumn is apple season, a time when crisp, shiny red manzanas and tangy Granny Smiths fill your grocer's shelves and overflow at the local farmer's market. If you have kids, you may have done some apple-picking as well, whether as part of a school trip or a family outing. Taken together, all of this abundance can easily lead to an overstuffed fridge and an uninspired you: "What do I do with all of these apples?"


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Chefs Aarón Sánchez and John Besh Entertain at New York Wine and Food Festival
Chefs Aarón Sánchez and John Besh Entertain at New York Wine & Food Fest

It’s no secret that we love Chef Aarón Sánchez. His recipes, philanthropy, tats, and Latin food heritage – his mother is renowned restaurateur, cookbook author, and TV host Zarela Martinez – are impressive.


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7 Dishes For Dia De Los Muertos
7 Dishes For Dia De Los Muertos

Dia de los Muertos, for all its sadness, is a colorful and festive way to remember departed loved ones and to rejoice in their memories. It's a time when you pull a little closer to your family. There are celebrations, laughter, spectacle and, of course, tons of food.


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10 Latin American Candies You Grew Up On
10 Latin American Candies You Grew Up On

It's almost Halloween — and that means one thing and one thing only: candy! This October 31st, skip the Snickers and indulge on these Latin American candies we grew up eating: 


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This Little Piggy Went to Market: 8 Awesome Latin Recipes for National Pork Month
This Little Piggy Went to Market: 8 Awesome Latin Recipes for National Pork Month

October is National Pork Month, which means you're likely to see your favorite foodie websites and bloggers getting high on the hog. Most Americans, after all, think of pork as "The Other White Meat." (This was the National Pork Board's slogan until three years ago when it was changed to "Be Inspired.")


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4 Mexican Recipes You've Never Made (But Should!)
4 Mexican Recipes You've Never Made (But Should!)

What do you think of when you think of Mexican food

For many, the first things that come to mind are tacos, salsa and guacamole. Though these are significant aspects of Mexican cuisine, they are not all Mexican cuisine. In Mexico, The Cookbook, culinary ambassador Margarita Carillo Arronte exposes the breadth and variety of Mexican cooking with more than 700 recipes ranging from snacks and street foods, to starters and salads, to breads, pastries, seafood and desserts.


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10 Easy Midweek Meals Made with Your Fave Grocery Aisle Foods
10 Easy Weekday Meals Made with Your Fave Grocery Aisle Foods

School’s back in session and we’re a month away from the start of holiday mania. (And by this we mean the period that covers Halloween, Dia de Los Muertos, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, Three Kings Day, Valentine’s Day…you get the idea.)
With so much going on, it’s easy to fall into the takeout trap (i.e. picking up or ordering delivery from your neighborhood greasy spoon), the result of which is a lightweight wallet and a less than light-feeling you.


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7 Crazy and Creative Tacos!
7 Crazy and Creative Taco Recipes

Don't get us wrong, we can eat tacos al pastor all night long, and have done so on multiple occasions. But, there's something extra special about trying new taco recipes made with surprising and delicious ingredients! In fact, this is one of the best things about tacos: there's something for everyone.


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