For one of the nation’s leading Filipino chefs, Jordan Andino combined his successes in professional kitchens and seized an opportunity to introduce America to the real flavors of his heritage.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal and La Bonita Supermarkets teamed up to bring you a virtual food & cocktail cooking series. The first episode took place on March 18, 2021, where Chef La Che cooked a delicious paella dish, paired nicely with a refreshing mojito, and ended with a light dessert of strawberries and cream. Learn more or register for future episodes.
Paella is a Spanish rice dish from Valencia, Spain, and is one of Spain’s best-known recipes. Two types of meat are usually in the traditional dish and the original paella recipe called for chicken and rabbit. Seafood is often
No matter how far back in our history books you go, you’ll find that Black families have always come together and connected through food. Preparing and sharing meals together is how we enjoy fellowship with friends, connect to those we love and pass down precious family traditions. The magic begins in the kitchen and the memories are made at the table.
The right recipe can honor our cultural history and family traditions while also being the perfect excuse to create new ones. To help kick off your Black History Month celebrations on a deliciously feel-good note, we checked in
You don’t need me to point out how much COVID-19 took away from all of us in 2020, but in a bizarre twist, the challenges of quarantine might have inadvertently pushed one genre to the next tier of excellence. Cooking shows — whether hosted on Food Network, HBO Max, or YouTube channels — nimbly adjusted to home kitchens where chefs finally had to confront the reality home cooks faced every day. More than that, the format of cooking shows like Selena + Chef or Amy Schumer Learns to Cook helped professional chefs react on the fly to a novice’s