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As part of sabrosito services we organized home and corporate tapas and HD’s parties and it seem to be very popular with our clients!! Here are some of our clients favorites. Camarones en salsa[Andalucian style shrimps] El vegetariano[ Colombian potato & vegetable stew] Chorizo, garbanzo y malanga[Cuba style chorizo & chick peas] Alfajores y trufas[ […]

Pan-Latino: A New Season of Classes

After a much needed holiday, I’m back in business. Last week I started the 2010 Pan-Latino cooking series at IQliving and at the LCBO. Happy to report the two first classes were sold out. It’s great to see how much interest has grown in Latin cuisine, not just in Toronto, but all over Canada as […]

In the Americas and all around the world, what we all have in common, is that our great-grand parents made sure that those typical or classical dishes for Christmas were passed on throughout generations. Case in point is the Hallaca, which is made through Central and South America and has many manes like Tamal, Hayaca, […]

Standing Room Only for “Living Spanish with Sabrosito”

Rosa Maria Tortorici and I are ecstatic to report that our collaborative project was a huge success. Together, we devised a way to pull together a Spanish language lesson — with a nod to Rosa’s Living Spanish language school — while simultaneously conducting a Latino cooking class, which was my contribution. We sold out to […]

Latin Fever Sabrosito-Style

I’m really excited and honoured, and humbled, too. The LCBO has picked me as their Featured Chef for the 2008 Winter Season Cooking Education Program. This is my second Latin Fever Series for the LCBO, and the first time in seven years that a South American chef has been chosen to be Featured Chef. It’s […]

Food + Spanish + Cooking = FUN at Great Cooks

I’ve teamed up with my friend Rosa Maria Tortorici, who runs Living Spanish, a unique Spanish school, where she takes her students outside the classroom and to cafés, to the market or into her home to cook them a meal, all in Spanish. This way, she says, real life inspires their language learning and not […]

Dishing it up at DISH

I’ve been following pastry chef Charmaine Baan’s career for years. The first time I heard about her was through Andrew Gardner, when he was at Splendido, back in the day. Her name would crop up in the food press from time to time, and I finally met her in person at Terroir in March. She […]

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