This year Cinco de Mayo will be celebrated a bit differently because of the COVID-19 crisis across the country. We've gathered recipes from some our favorite websites so you can have some Cinco de Mayo ideas.
Montana received $500 dollars, from generous Hispanic Food Network fans, who stepped up to support our ‘Restaurant Worker Relief Fund’.
People thought we were crazy because they thought that tortillas were just for Latino people," says Sergio DeLeon when we asked him why he decided to start making tortillas.
As the 2018 Arizona Taco Festival gets closer, the pace that organizer David Tyda runs at is nearly frenetic. I caught up with Tyda on Thursday afternoon during the calm before the taco storm.
Valentine's Day is celebrated all over the world so it's not surprising that it is celebrated in Latin American countries. The Latino community use the holiday to celebrate not only romantic relationships but the love that is shared between family and friends as well.
For Mark Mckee, every time he opens his Facebook page, Clean Sweep Tri-Cities is growing. McKee has developed something special. He’s brought together family, friends, and the entire Tri-Cities community.
McKee is the founder of the group ‘Clean Sweep’. McKee says when he started Clean Sweep this summer, he had no idea it would grow to 677 members.
The coronavirus has us all cooped up inside. It’s not clear if there’s an end in sight. Only one thing is for sure, trying to come up with creative cooking ideas for the kids - can be a challenge.
84,096 people voted so here are the top 10 Hispanic food recipes for 2020. Starting at #10 and counting down to #1 we see what was most eaten in 2020.
Walk into Latin Quarters in North Raleigh and it's like stepping into a little slice of the Island. "We wanted to give it an authentic feel,"said Julio Marrero, manager of the restaurant.
It was another amazing turnout Saturday for the Clean Sweep event to clean the King City rest stop outside in Pasco. Dozens of friends, family members and youth came out to support the effort.
As the U.S. continues to enter unchartered waters, the COVID-19 virus may have a new victim - the meat packing industry. The month of April has not been kind to the industry that employs thousands of Hispanics across the country.
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