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Gringa Chef’s review on Whole30

Gringa Chef’s review on Whole30

  Whole30 is jarring … no alcohol.  Well, about 90% of you gave up right there!  No processed foods, there goes the rest. No sugar, no legumes, no grains, no corn.  And to top it off, no dairy. Well that just takes the cake, cheese and fun right out of life.  Not so fast.  From my […]

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  March 8, 2017   No comments
What does it mean to be Queen of Carnaval?

What does it mean to be Queen of Carnaval?

Interview with the Queen of Carnaval de Barranquilla Carnaval is the biggest party ever. You may be most familiar with Rio De Janeiro, Brazil parades or Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Lesser-known Barranquilla, Colombia is the second largest after Rio. The centerpiece of the Carnaval is the Queen “La Reina” Gringa Chef had the opportunity […]

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  February 24, 2017   No comments
Blanca’s Guacamole for a crowd

Blanca’s Guacamole for a crowd

The is the ultimate chunky guacamole for a party. It’s hard to keep it from disappearing, the chunks of perfectly ripe avocados just sink into your mouth. Last time I made this my friends from Mexico asked for the recipe so here it is…secret ingredient is tabasco…that kick and vinegar hit the spot. Save the […]

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  February 20, 2017   No comments
3 Reasons you should Marry your Latin Lover

3 Reasons you should Marry your Latin Lover

Been dating a latino or latina, having doubts if they are the one? Here are three reasons you should be ALL in and put a ring on it. Make that Latin Lover yours forever. The Family- latino families are super close, whatsapp I swear was invented to keep latino families connected. The constant calls and […]

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  January 12, 2017   No comments
Suero a tangy dip from Colombian Coast

Suero a tangy dip from Colombian Coast

The best condiment you haven’t tried. This creamy white sauce or dip is used on all kinds of foods for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Mostly eaten on the coast of Colombia it’s so easy to make you can eat it anywhere in the world. The original is specially made from milk and made to the […]

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  January 5, 2017   No comments
Paella

Paella

Saffron! seafood,pork, chorizo, rice. This master recipe has it all in there to give you the  bragging rights most flavor packed paella. The ingredients in Paella are deeply debated, meat no seafood, peas or none…gringa chef master paella recipe has everything. The rice based dish originated in Spain, it has evolved and is made by […]

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  December 7, 2016   No comments