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I will be celebrating indigenous Pan American food with my good friends Mary Luz Mejia, Jose Hadad[Mad Mexican] Claudia Gaviria[Cruda Café], Paola Solarzano[Santo Pecado Catering], Natalia Martinez, Felipe Faccioli [MATA Petisco Bar], Michael Sacco[Chocosol] on Sunday, June 21 from 12noon to 7pm David Pecaut Square Sabrosito will be making Venezuelan *cachapitas w/ fresh cheese, basil […]

Sabrosito in BlogTO!

Sabrosito made it to BlogTO’s  list of the 50 best catering options in the City. Please chick on the link. BlogT.O. Gracias BlogT.O. Mexican style soup. *Chifa shrimps and aji rojo dumplings [*Peruvian style] Spanish chorizo w/potato and chick pea stew Yours celebrating Latino American food and culture. Carlos  

Happy Places, Cartagena!

After a great and emotional family reunion I decided to take a bit of time for myself so I flew to one of my favorite city in Colombia. . . It’s my second time in Cartagena de Indias, I was there two years ago and I just love fell in love with this city, The […]

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera’s Gala @the AGO

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 […]

Cachapas at St. Andrew’s Farmers Market

I team up with Eduardo Lee and Marc Lukacs, owners of Arepa Cafe to do a chacapa testing at St. Andrew’s Farmers Market to promote the opening of the restaurant that will be located at 490 Queen Street West. With Eduardo Lee Cachapas, which are made with fresh corn, salt, pepper, butter and top up […]

Ola; Of Latin America

Nothing is sweeter than realizing a dream, and another one is coming right up. Thanks to the visionary Mary Luz Mejia and her partner Mario Stojanac of Sizzling Communications, an evening of Latino cuisine is set to blow your mind. We all decided to call it OLA, which stands for Of Latin America. And in […]

One City, One Great Long Table

Luminato was so great this year, I’m still thinking about it, even thought we wrapped it up over a month and a half ago. The first year, at the Distillery, was fantastic, but the organizers topped their best efforts this year. We had a little bottleneck situation with ticket sales, but luckily, organizers sorted that […]

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