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Friends and relatives of the owners of Tartarepería 18.64

Rising in popularity throughout the US, the arepa is beginning to make a mark on the American food scene. The dish, originally from Colombia and Venezuela, is made of ground maize meal or flour and is then fried, grilled or baked. A variety of different fillings, from beef to avocado to cheese, are inserted into the dough to complete the sandwich. 

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Tartareperia 18.64 – serving a new take on the classic Venezuelan arepa in a friendly, familial environment

 06/14/2018 - 08:33
Friends and relatives of the owners of Tartarepería 18.64

Rising in popularity throughout the US, the arepa is beginning to make a mark on the American food scene. The dish, originally from Colombia and Venezuela, is made of ground maize meal or flour and is then fried, grilled or baked. A variety of different fillings, from beef to avocado to cheese, are inserted into the dough to complete the sandwich. 

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¡No se coma mi Mona!

 03/27/2018 - 10:10
Una mona de chocolate de la Pastelería Benages, en Castellón, España. Foto: Facebook

Se acerca la Semana Santa, una fecha señalada para cualquier latino, sea católico o no. Cada país mantiene sus costumbres y tradiciones gastronómicas, siendo una de las favoritas entre los niños españoles la tradicional mona de Pascua de chocolate. ¿Qué tradición mantiene en su hogar?

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La reina de la empanada

 03/20/2018 - 17:47
Jezabel Careaga

La empresaria argentina Jezabel Careaga tiene como objetivo enseñar a los ciudadanos de Filadelfia a llevar una vida más saludable y a descubrir los sabores auténticos de la cocina argentina

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ELI Siegel

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