ParamusPost.com’s Sophie Stone and Mel Fabrikant decided to visit the Cultural Food Show held at the Javits Center in NYC November 11th to 12th. They were treated to a large and varied selection of foods and beverages. One might say it was one nosh after another, one beverage after another.
Las dulces tentaciones del mole, los tamales, el chile relleno, las empanadas y otras delicias atraerán a todo visitante de Expo Comida Latina, en el marco de Cultural Food Los Ángeles, que se llevará a cabo en el Centro de Convenciones de Los Ángeles los días 10 y 11 de septiembre.
Las delicias hispanas en comidas y bebidas se presentarán en Expo Comida Latina, que se llevará a cabo los próximos 10 y 11 de septiembre en el Centro de Convenciones de Los Angeles, en el marco del Cultural Food.
Chef LaLa, a certified nutritionist, also wants to clear up the myth that Mexican food is fattening and unhealthful. Traditional Mexican cooking methods actually involve steaming, grilling and baking—relatively healthy ways to cook. As for the native foods, menus are rich in fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
Chef LaLa (Laura Diaz) spearheaded the culinary demonstrations throughout the 2-day event. Chef LaLa is an awarding winning chef, humanitarian and Hispanic spokesperson for the 5-A-Day program, American Diabetes Association and many other organizations and author of Latin Lover Lite, the first-ever authentic guide to cooking healthy Latin favorites.
Whether she’s teaching nutritious cooking at a Farmer’s Market or on a television show, Chef LaLa is on fire with her desire to share everything she has learned to make people’s lives healthier and happier–one meal at a time.