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Wow…. What a crazy and fun month it was!!! Getting ready for Luminato @Arepa Cafe, thx to Eduardo and Marc for your help! I was offering *chacapas, a traditional dish from my home country of Venezuela and they’re made with fresh corn, corn meal and serve with fresh cheese, basil, sea salt and olive oil. […]
After four years of planning with my baby sister Luz Adriana, we managed to get my family from Venezuela to travel and meet our Mother’s family from Colombia. This sound normal but you see our mother emigrated to Venezuela in the early 70’s because of the volatile and violent times in Colombia in those days. […]
I got very excite to be invited back to the 2nd annual Pan-American Food Festival!! This year the organizers decided to add a competition to showcase one of the most traditional dishes, that truly is representive of the Hispanic culture the tamal, with the “Totalmente Tamales battle” I was representing Venezuela with the Hallaca, which […]
Posted in Food on December 2nd, 2013 Comments Off on Latin Food Pairings with Prosecco Wines!
Article by London base writer Anne Coles. Serving up traditional dishes with a fruity Italian twist. Prosecco, a classic Italian sparkling wine, is not only a cheaper substitute for Champagne but is also a true match for any Latin dish you may want to cook at home. Produced in the village of Veneto in northwest […]
Posted in Food on September 26th, 2013 Comments Off on Toronto’s first Pan American Food Festival.
Back in early May I was invited to be part of the Pan American Food Festival by the festival culinary curator Mary Luz Mejia and immediately said yes “Si”, how many times would I get the chance to see and share the stage with some of my culinary heroes? not often. With my good friend […]
From time to time I work for the AGO’s events team, and when Executive Chef Anne Yarymowich asked me to be part of the late Mexican’s painter Frida Kahlo and muralist Diego Rivera tasting menu before the gala dinner I couldn’t be more exited. We had our creative juices going; you see, I really love […]