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Hola To You All,

Today I’m celebrating 5 years in business and I would like to thank my dear Family, Clients, my crew and business alliance for your love and support through out the years. It’s been five great years with ups and downs, but I truly believe, that working hard and loving what we do it does pay off. I’m very thankful for my blessing every day.

A very special thanks to Stephanie Ortenzi of Pistachio and Joseph Ortenzi for your help on making Sabrosito a success. You are always in thoughts.

Yours truly

Here are few pictures from the last five years of doing business, charity events, private parties and friends.

Cooking at Arepa Cafe with my good friend Heather Baker[February 2011]

Just getting ready for a client’s wedding[ February 2011]

Finish up the salads

Cream Caramel with berries

Cooking at Arepa Cafe for my good friends[ from right to left] AGO Adrian Marquez, Elizabeth Rivas-Plata, Ruth Mora, Arepa Cafe owners Marc Lukacz and Eduardo Lee

With Good food revolution editor Malcolm Jolley  at this year’s Terroir symposium at the Hard House

With Fellow chefs Andrew Hunter[center] John Lee to my left @ Terroir

With Mildred’s Temple Kitchen chef-owner Donna Dooher @ Terroir

With The Batos! Latino chefs Angel Martinez and Steven Gonzales[ Oringin resto & Top Chef Canada]

Roasted calabaza squash, caramelized onions & Manchego cheese

Segovia’s Spanish style chorizo w/ chick peas, white sweet potato & tomato stew

Chifa style shrimp dumplings w/ Aji rojo & chayote salsa

Sweet plantain empanaditas stuffed w/ dulce de leche & vanilla ice cream

Cooking at one of my client’s kitchen

With chef Andrew Hunter at salsa battle @ the Drake Hotel. We have allot fun

Cooking Parrilla Argentina w/ real Gauchos in King City

Mmmm Parrillada….!

Some of my local proscuitto @ charity event.

With some of the best Latino chefs in the city

Front Row- L-R: Steve Gonzalez, Liz Rumebe and me.

Back Row L-R: Jose Hadad, Luis Valenzuela  Mario Cassini, Marina Queirolo and my good friends Mary Luz Mejia, her husband Mario Stojanac and Sommelier Drew Innes at Cajü restaurant Celebrating the Day of the Dead.

Yours in good memories!!

I thank you all from the bottom of my heart. Muchas Gracias


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