This delicious tuna pie is inspired by empanadas gallegas, a classic staple from Galicia, Spain.
By Victoria Freixa Tamales are by far one of the most intriguing foods I’ve come to learn about in my studies of Latin cuisine. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve always been a sure bet for at least two or three (maybe ten) tamales around Christmas time. I’ll even admit to having bought a dozen from […]
Prepare a delicious vegetarian version of the famed Argentinian stew to chase the cold nights away with this easy recipe.
Hosting an Oscar party this weekend? this stellar salad salsa is sure to be a hit with your guests!
If you’re planning a trip to Latin America, chances are you won’t be leaving without running your mouth into any number of traditional soups and stews. These dishes lay at the heart of any Latin American culture, and are sure to warm the soul, tickle the tastebuds, and probably have you begging the camarero for […]
Nothing better for a winter night than this warming stew, a comforting classic from various regions of South America.
Kitchenware courtesy of Falabella.
Make this delicious and traditional ‘cuchuco’ this holiday season, a classic staple from central Colombia.
Latin American cuisine is a unique blend of old and new. Most popular dishes are rooted in techniques and flavors enjoyed by the native peoples of each particular region, and fused with influences from Europe which came about during the age of exploration and colonization. From this fusion has come some of the most widely […]
Peruvian food is regarded as one of the most sophisticated cuisines in South America. Its food is a mix of indigenous influences from the Incas and cuisines brought from European and Asian migrations. This includes natively grown cereals, grains, herbs, and root vegetables cultivated in the Andes. Peruvian food has been a favorite for many, but […]
Corn has been an essential food of the Americas since agricultural technologies became advanced enough to farm it. It was considered by ancient cultures like the Mayans as the ‘food of the gods,’ and was the most substantial component of their diet. Not much has changed in the past centuries, as corn, or maize as […]
Make these pretty, orange-colored tortillas that are made with red chile sauce in honor of Día de Los Muertos.
A platter of grilled corn never goes out of season. Make this easy butter as a topping for an added layer of flavor.