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Day of the Dead Cooking Class with Lynne at the Greenbriar Inn

Monday, October 27th In Mexico, they celebrate Day of the Dead or Dia de los Muertos, one of the country’s most ancient and deep-rooted customs. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray and remember those who … Continue reading

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June 5th – Join Lynne and Mike for Carne Asada Class at De Leon Foods

Visit… http://learntocooklatin.webs.com/ and learn more about Lynne Wiedemann from cookwithus.com and Mike Gonzales, Former ABC News anchor and founder of the Hispanic Food Network, teaming up again to bring you Mexican Cooking classes at DeLeon’s Grocery in Spokane, Washington. To … Continue reading

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Two of our favorite recipes featured at www.TheLatinKitchen.com!

You can see the Two recipes here! Stewed Cactus Quesadillas (Quesadillas de Tinga de Nopal) Tropical Chicken (Pollo Tropical)

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Cooking at The Kitchen Engine

  Yay! to men who cook!  The guys in this class had a great time working with Poblano chiles, preparing  Chiles en Nogada stuffed with a perfect picadillo filling and topped with fresh juicy pomegranate seeds; and learning the tips for the perfect Chile Relleno, … Continue reading

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Mexican Squash Soup (Sopa de Calabasa)

A Cook With Us Recipe Mike Gonzales, my partner at the Hispanic Food Network, demonstrates how to prepare Sopa de Calabasa in the cookwithus.com kitchen. Check out the video below. Squash Soup / Sopa de Calabasa The nutty taste of … Continue reading

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Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera Celebrate Mexico’s Independence.

According to accounts from the book Fridas Fiestas, on Sept. 16th, 1942 the Rivera household is in full swing preparing a grand dinner for Diego’s old revolutionary comrades  to celebrate  Mexico’s Independence day, a rousing national holiday. Grand military parades, … Continue reading

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