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Nichole Fratangelo

Nichole Fratangelo is a freelance writer for The Latin Kitchen and Latina.com. Her Italian-Chilean roots are strongly based in her mother's home-cooked meals and endless family dinners. A recent graduate of Quinnipiac University, Nichole's passion for food and travel were brought to life during her semester spent living in Spain, and traveling to other countries including Portugal, London, and Morocco. She is still dreaming of Sunday paella, churros con chocolate, and the sweetest sangria.
#TuesdaysWithAaron: Aaron Sanchez Reminisces on Taking Shortcuts in the Kitchen

Welcome to #TuesdaysWithAaron, where Chef Aarón Sánchez talks all things food and drink with The Latin Kitchen.

This week, the Mexican chef, who appears on Season 8 of MasterChef, recalls a time when he took a shortcut in the kitchen (for love...) and had to suffer the consequences.

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#TuesdaysWithAaron: Watch Chef Aarón Sánchez Talk Fondas, Abuelas, & More

Welcome to #TuesdaysWithAaron, where Chef Aarón Sánchez talks all things food and drink with The Latin Kitchen.

This week, the Mexican chef, who appears on Season 8 of MasterChef, breaks down the industry's buzziest trends.

First among those trends: abuelas. (There's a reason we love their food so much, after all...)

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BBQ Recipes for Every Diet: Vegan, Non-Dairy, Gluten-Free & More

Vegan? Gluten-free? We've got it all covered.

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José Andrés Set to Open Food Hall Along with Adriá Brothers

Chef José Andrés is bringing his Spanish food and drink expertise to a massive food hall in NYC in 2018, but luckily, he isn't doing it alone.

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Chef George Mendes Takes His Duck Rice to Chefs Club Counter

Chef George Mendes has hopped on the "fine-fast" concept of dining. The Portuguese chef, known for churning out authentic dishes at his Michelin-starred restaurants Lupolo and ALDEA, is currently featured at Chefs Club Counter (CCC), the new concept from Chefs Club.

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Why Cinnamon Is Good For You: New Study Shows Health Benefits of Canela

Abuela has been sprinkling cinnamon on her cup of cafecito since the beginning of time, but new research is proving just how potent the spice can be.

A study presented at the American Society for Biochemistry and Moleculer Biology found that canela is much more useful than it was once thought to be. Instead of being known as the spice that just controls blood sugar, cinnamon is now known as the "metabolic powerhouse."

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