Latin Flavors

Moran, Michael
April 2007
Gourmet Retailer;Apr2007, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p116
Trade Publication
The article discusses popular cuisines from different countries across the South America. Latin cuisines have been influencing the American culinary skills thus motivating chefs to add Latin flavors to their menus. The article depicts that the Mexican cuisine is the third most popular cuisine on menus after American and Italian cuisines. Cuban cuisine was influenced by Spanish, African and Caribbean cuisines. An impact of Spanish and Caribbean culinary trends can be seen on Mexican cuisine.


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