If you're living in New Orleans now, it's impossible to miss the iunflux of Latino people working on the recovery effort. I've started to see their influcence show up in local food.
I went to a diner downtown the other day and instead of the usual black eyed peas and cornbread they had pinto beans and tortillas as a side.
Have you seen similiar examples?
I think it would be a good thing if the city's variety and quality of Latino food expanded because of all this.