Home Authors Posts by Mike Gonzalez
Grilling season is just about upon us so get ready to make some Carne Asada! I'm sure all these stay at home orders have you bouncing off the walls.
Salsa de Orizaba is our rendition of the peanut salsa recipe we enjoyed in Orizaba. It took quite a few tries to duplicate the taste and flavor, we hope you like the results.
#CincoDeMayo is almost here. Mexican food is the best way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in this time of pandemic. Share this tostada recipe with your family and friends for this years Cinco de Mayo celebrations.
There’s nothing more quintessentially Puerto Rican than arroz con gandules. It’s part of our national dish (along with Pernil). For holidays, birthdays, baby showers, and more, if there’s a party, this dish will be there. Everyone has a little twist on how they prepare this dish, but here’s my version
In Mexican culture, tamales are a tradition - that not only binds the family together through flavor - but also through their construction. Tamales take teamwork! When you talk the "T" WORD during the holidays...or anytime of the year for that matter...you know you're going to put in some work!
At The Hispanic Food Network, one of our favorite Latinas in the kitchen is Chef Zee. This girl is smoking hot in...
When you visit the Hispanic Food Network Facebook page it's a flurry of activity these days. That's for good reason. HFN's Marketing Director Tony Moreno is keeping a close eye on every new post from Valley Latino restaurants.
Hernan Rivera remembers it --- like it was yesterday. “I started with a little hot dog cart on 35th and McDowell. November 27th, 1997.
Just outside of the Phoenix Metro is a small town, Cave Creek Arizona, that’s filled with big views and even bigger tastes.
I often love to take the scenic route home from 12 News on Van Buren heading to my home in the West Valley and when your route consists of dozens of amazing Mexican restaurants, it's a challenge keeping my eyes on the road.