“Latin Food in general has really taken off. It’s hip to be Latin,” said California celebrity chef Laura Diaz, known affectionately as Chef LaLa by viewers. “People are getting more exploratory with their food choices and look for foods from different countries.”
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.
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