Archive for February, 2014
The world of Hispanic cooking is a colorful, vibrant and beautiful experience for those who have an open mind. From a traditional flan recipe or ceviche, to tomales and arroz con pollo, millions of Americans are rapidly coming to know these wild and exotic flavors. In 2013, salsa outsold ketchup to become the number one condiment in the United States.
Taking the time to discover some of these recipes for yourself could do more than just expand your taste buds. It could also help you to provide healthy and fantastic meals for your family and guests.
- Incredible Flavors – If you’re throwing a dinner party and would really love some yummy dinner ideas to impress your guests, consider a refreshing ceviche. A cevi
Are you planning for your upcoming wedding? Does your company have a big holiday party to get ready for? Perhaps you are simply having a small gathering of close friends and family. Whether you are in need of corporate catering companies or a wedding catering company, utilizing these services can help to take your party to the next level of sophistication.
With quality foods and beverages from local catering companies, you can more or less sit back and enjoy the party. But food catering companies are about more than providing good taste–they also offer presentations that are meant to appeal to the eye and nose as well.
When you’re thinking of wedding catering ideas spec
Over the last few decades, sushi has become one of the world’s top cuisines, eaten everywhere from its homeland of Japan to the cosmopolitan streets of New York City. According to Statistic Brain, in a five-year period, consumption of sushi grew by 40% in the United States, leading to the $2 billion a year industry sushi is today.
While a huge number of people across the world make it a point to regularly visit good sushi restaurants and get their fix, many others have never stepped foot in their local sushi restaurants. The idea of sushi being little more than raw fish, a pervasive and overwhelmingly incorrect stereotype, according to They Call Me an Egg,
Hispanic food has quickly become one of the most popular cuisines in the United States. Restaurants selling Mexican food, for example, earn $31 billion in annual revenues. As the population of Hispanics has risen in the United States, traditional foods from Mexico, Peru, Cuba, and other Hispanic nations have intermingled with American classics to create something new and wonderful.
Take empanadas: Named for the Spanish verb “emapanar,” meaning “to coat with bread,” empanadas originated in Spain with the Galician culture. As Spanish forces took over parts of the New World, they brought along this dish. As during those times, the empanadas made in the States have fused with local classics. Anyone who’s ever spent a summer in the U.S. knows that there are few foods more emblematic of the American summer