Latin American

Love Latin American cuisine? Discuss where to find authentic bakeries and restaurants, plus share your favorite recipes and cooking tips.

7 Chimichurri Recipes to Make Everything You Eat More Exciting

Chimichurri is an incredibly versatile herb-based sauce that is fantastic on top of grilled meats or used as a marinade—and the sauce itself is vegan, so it's also great for jazzing up roasted or grilled...

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Looking for a Hispanic Caribbean food market?

by Alexiel 3 years ago

Looking for a Hispanic/Caribbean grocery store that carries salted cod fish, canned ackee, jerk seasoning, ox tails, yuca (cassava), plantains, auyama (West Indian pumpkin), yautia blanca (taro/das...

Help!! Mexican Markets around the North Shore?

by carophil11 3 years ago

A friend's mother just got back from Mexico and says she can't do grocery store Mexican food after having the real thing. I've been tasked with hunting down markets around the Haverhill, MA area...

January 2014 Cookbook of the Month, GRAN COCINA LATINA: THE FOOD OF LATIN AMERICA: Fish and Seafood; Poultry; Meat

by BigSal 6 years ago

Please use this thread to report on the following chapters from GRAN COCINA LATINA: THE FOOD OF LATIN AMERICA by Maricel E. Presilla. Fish and Seafood, pages 601-646 Poultry, pages 647-688 ...

Michelin star quality at Dayboat in Sunnyside

by t112x 3 years ago

Dayboat is terrific. Many surprises on the menu...the varieties of ceviche are excellent. The appetizers and kabayushi (skewers) are terrific -- particularly recommend the octopus with llapingacho ...

El Patron Latin/Dominican Restaurant in Fair Lawn

by zhelder 3 years ago

In what may be Fair Lawn's most obscure strip mall on Morlot Avenue is a fairly new restaurant that looks like a place straight out of Paterson in the 60s. And this place makes some of the best Lat...

Is there an LA eqivalent of the Alemany Market in SF?

by tazzalenghe 3 years ago

I'm a New Yorker who is in the Bay area regularly and likes to carry back fringe citrus and other Asian and Latin American foods not available in NY. In the Bay area, the top stop is Alemany Market...

January 2014 Cookbook of the Month, GRAN COCINA LATINA: THE FOOD OF LATIN AMERICA: Little Latin Dishes; Empanadas; The Tamal Family

by BigSal 6 years ago

Please use this thread to report on the following chapters from GRAN COCINA LATINA: THE FOOD OF LATIN AMERICA by Maricel E. Presilla. Little Latin Dishes, pages 369-404 Empanadas, pages 405-4...

Recently returned from Ecuador... Ecuadorian in Westchester?

by ryanallday 4 years ago

What are the best Ecuadorian spots in Westchester, prefer upper westchester as I'm in the Peekskill area...I frequent El Conquistador in Peekskill which is great at times but I'm wondering what els...

Shrimp and Scallop Ceviche Details

by andrea.alexander 4 years ago

I am beginning to think about a shrimp and scallop ceviche. I'm wondering if anyone has tried a ceviche with the addition of a/and/or radish, cucumber or pickled onions? If so, what did you think...

Caridad & Louie's coming to New Rochelle...

by gutreactions 4 years ago

It's a small chain of Latin themed restaurants with 5 locations in the Bronx and one in Yonkers. Now the sign is up and they are working on a large space in downtown New Rochelle, on North Ave. nea...

Sedona - Oak Creek Area DESPERATE

by Bbdcnyc 4 years ago

NYC Family on an extended camping trip through the SW finishing our 3 week travel in Sedona Az for 2 days (Aug 16 - Aug 18 2016) and we are sick of burgers, dogs, sausage and other camping type foo...

Three Tres Leches Cakes

by Cynsa 13 years ago

I had cake and ate it, too.— a totally subjective tasting with gleanings from the SF threads. Photo clockwise from back: -Karina's in Petaluma small 8" round $9 - dry, yellow cake with shorte...

Cooking from Isabel's Cantina

by LulusMom 6 years ago

Thanks to those of you who have been recommending this book. I caved and bought it, and I have to say I have a little crush on it. Whenever there is a thread for a book I find it encourages me to c...

Good Dominican food in Fells Point

by curioussheridan 4 years ago

Enjoyed two meaty meals at Sajhoma on Fleet Street near Broadway: Wonderful rich roast pork, Crispy skin pork belly, fried plantains and rice with pigeon peas. Ask for fresh apple juice and you ...

Arepa de huevo?

by adamandeve 4 years ago

Anyone knows if there is a place in NYC where you can find Colombian arepa de huevo?

El Rey Coffee Bar

by gabandgobble 5 years ago

One of the things I love about NY is that you can find good food anywhere--even in the quirkiest and tiniest of places, such as El Rey Coffee Bar in the LES. The place does very brisk brunch/lu...

Batidos (Guanabana, preferably)

by fishermb 4 years ago

I used to enjoy getting batidos de guanabana at Palacio de los Jugos, but I guess I hadn't been there in a while and now they only have juice. I've had the guanabana at Versailles but was unimpr...

Seeking Mission District store bought Morcilla

by kairo 4 years ago

I spent an hour walking around the Mission looking for a butcher or shop that sold Latin American Morcilla. I would really love to find Morcilla Dulce, but that seems really unlikely. Only one pl...

Rural Society - Garces' Argentine restaurant

Worldwide Diner
by Worldwide Diner 5 years ago

We went with the $95 tasting. Not sure exactly what we would get even though we asked ahead of time. First to arrive (after bread) were CARPACCIO DE PULPO (Braised Octopus, Tomato Escabeche, Ma...

Havanna alfajores?

by toofxd 5 years ago

My boss just brought them back from Argentina and I need some more! Does anyone know where in NY sells this specific brand? Thanks in advance!