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Laura Herrera Torres

9 Cool Summer Ceviches
All About the Surf with Fresh Ceviches Recipes!

Tart, refreshing, and way easier than grilling! What's not to love?


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Camila Mendes Ate Bugs and It's a Big Deal
Camila Mendes Eats Bugs: Celebs Going Green with Food (and Why You Should, Too)

Camila Mendes, the Riverdale actress on the CW, went on a trip to Mexico and sampled the local cuisine... including crickets, and ants, and grasshoppers, oh my! The 22 year-old recently posted an Instagram video of herself nonchalantly eating bugs like you would snack on french fries. 


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La Taqueria Wins "America's Classic" Award from JBF
La Taqueria Wins "America's Classic" Award from James Beard Foundation

Earlier today, La Taqueria, a mainstay in San Francisco's Mission District, was named one of “America’s Classics” by the James Beard Foundation.


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10 Latin American Delicacies
Would You Eat This: 10 Scary Latin Foods For Halloween

From pig feet to corn fungus, these Latin American delicacies aren't for the faint of stomach. Are you daredevil enough to try them?


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Que Traigo?: Side Dishes that Take Center Stage
Potluck Possibilities: 15 Holiday Sides with Latin Sabor

Never show up to a holiday feast empty-handed again.


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Tres Leches and Strawberry Mexican Gelatin
Tres Leches and Strawberry Mexican Gelatin

Mexican gelatinas are something to celebrate, showcase, and even boast about. Forget 1950s-style Jello salads, in Mexico, gelatinas are an artform with interesting flavor combinations and coloful layers. One of my favorites combines homemade gelatin made with the same tres leches mixture from the infamous cake and strawberry gelatin.


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Alphabet Soup
Alphabet Soup

"A quick and easy one pot wonder, alphabet soup, or sopa de letras, brings the fondest of memories from my childhood in Mexico City. And it now makes a regular appearance in our home for my boys’ after-school comida. The pasta is lightly fried in oil (a very Mexican preparation), then cooked in a simple homemade tomato sauce and broth. " - Pati Jinich


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Is Central America's Coffee at Risk?
Is Central America's Coffee at Risk?

If you value that morning cafecito and the livelihood of millions, start recycling! A new report by the Climate Institute predicts that drastic changes in global weather patterns will cut the area of suitable coffee-growing land in half. Half! This loss in arable land will leave 120 million coffee growers worldwide jobless. 


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Buttered Waffles Are Trending, Says Study
Buttered Waffles Are Trending, Says Study

We are food mind-readers. For example, we know you’re going to butter your celebratory National Waffle Day waffles. Spooky, right? We have a gift.


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