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.
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