Meet ranfañote, a dessert-y snack that's made a comeback in Lima.
A not-so-authentic Peruvian dish I love all the same
Magedda Arreaza left Caracas last year. Now, she's opening a vegan restaurant in New York.
Meet the Spanish tortilla's uber-fashionable transatlantic cousin
Yes, it's an empanada.
Meet the cook behind this week's winning recipe
When the Games end, our love for Brazilian food will persist
The sort of summer soup that makes "summer soup" a good idea
What the heck is hominy? And how to use it?
Once reserved exclusively for the sugarcane plantation magnates and government officials, this 18-layer, guava-filled cake is now famous all over Brazil.
The name of this Dominican drink translates to "die dreaming"—and for very good reason.
We rarely hear the voice of a kitchen worker—but that's what filmmaker Laura Salaberry set out to do in her first film, "The King of Coxinha."
The sprinkle-covered chocolate Brazilians grow up eating.
From Brazil, gooey cheese balls with cavernous interiors and a crunchy skin.
A menu for when Cinco de Mayo sneaks up on you.
Name your first collection or try one of these: