Tag Archives: Hispanic food

OMG! My Local Bodega Sells Conasupo-Branded Tortillas

I cannot help but think Raúl Salinas de Gortari is behind this –somehow. Scary. But, heck, at least they’re gluten-free. Photo: Laura Martínez, Harlem 2014

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Are You Ready for Pringles Tortillas?

Only one day after I discovered -in horror- the existence of the Frito-stuffed Chicken Enchilada Melt, I learned that Pringles is quietly introducing a a new line of chips called Pringles Tortillas. In case you’re wondering, (I’m sure you are) the … Continue reading

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Research: Hispanics Love ‘Authentic’ Food, Including Make Believe American Tacos

When it comes to Hispanic eating habits, there is not such a thing as “enough research.” Take the latest from Technomic, a Chicago-based firm that this week revealed that Hispanics are more inclined to dine out than the general market. … Continue reading

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Attention, Hispanic Worshippers; Now You Can Pray at a Hispanic Church

There is nothing like a Sunday at a Hispanic church, before enjoying a Hispanic meal complete with Hispanic mayonnaise, Hispanic tuna and a good, healthy Hispanic lettuce. Have a wonderful Hispanic Sunday! Photo: @garsiknews taken in Washington, D.C.

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