Author: Maria Dolores BeatrizPublish On: 2009-09-26
The Latina Lite menus furnish the Recommended Daily Allowances (RDA) of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients. They are inexpensive, easy to prepare, and, of course, sabrosas—very tasty! The following recipes maintain traditional ...
Author: Maria Dolores Beatriz
Publisher: Hachette UK
Entertaining, practical, and informative, "Latina Lite Cooking" provides 200 recipes for low-fat yet delicious fare from the cuisines of Mexico, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Spain, and all of Latin America, plus the author's state-of-the-art weight reduction plan and her unique message of self-empowerment.A.
There are also a few cookbooks that compile recipes from urban neighborhoods with large Latino populations like The ... by Steven Raichlen and Latina Lite Cooking (1998) by María Dolores Beatriz, modify pan-Latino cuisine to accommodate ...
Author: Zilkia Janer
Category: Social Science
Latino cuisine has always been a part of American foodways, but the recent growth of a diverse Latino population in the form of documented and undocumented immigrants, refugees, and exiles has given rise to a pan-Latino food phenomenon. These various food cultures in the United States are expertly overviewed here together in depth for the first time. Many Mexican American, Cuban American, Puerto Ricans, Dominican American, and Central and South American communities in the United States are considered transnational because they actively participate in the economy, politics, and culture of both the United States and their countries of origin. The pan-Latino food culture that is emerging in the United States is also a transnational phenomenon that constantly nurtures and is nurtured by national and regional cuisines. They all combine in kaleidoscopic ways their shared gastronomic wealth of Spanish and Amerindian cuisines with different African, European and Asian culinary traditions. This book discusses the ongoing development of Latino food culture, giving special attention to how Latinos are adapting and transforming Latin American and international elements to create one of the most vibrant cuisines today. This is essential reading for crucial cultural insight into Latinos from all backgrounds. Readers will learn about the diverse elements of an evolving pan-Latino food culture-the history of the various groups and their foodstuffs, cooking, meals and eating habits, special occasions, and diet and health. Representative recipes and photos are interspersed in the essays. A chronology, glossary, resource guide, and bibliography make this a one-stop resource for every library.
Deliciously Healthy Recipes With a Latin Twist Ingrid Hoffmann. zucchini t/rao'ito carpaccio I first tasted this zucchini carpaccio, which in Spanish is called tiradito, on a summer visit to Tuscany. I recall thinking, “How strange, ...
Author: Ingrid Hoffmann
From Ingrid Hoffmann, international food and television personality, restaurateur, and host of the Cooking Channel’s Simply Delicioso and Univision’s Delicioso, comes a fully illustrated, easy-to-follow cookbook that offers a healthy spin on modern Latin cuisine. Latin D’lite features more than 150 classic Latin recipes, all with Ingrid’s signature touches: Adding bright, bold flavor to every dish with herbs, spices, and chiles. Introducing readers to ingredients such as pumpkin seeds, green and ripe plantains, ají amarillo (Peruvian yellow chile pepper), and malanga (a popular South American root vegetable), along with how and when to use them. Offering healthful ingredient substitutions and cooking tips such as using lime juice as a coleslaw dressing instead of mayonnaise. Or making codfish balls from fresh, rather than dried, cod, then baking them instead of frying them. Using frozen mango and a touch of rosewater and white wine for a light sorbet. Time-saving prep secrets and presentation ideas. At the end of each chapter, there is one indulgent recipe to allow the occasional splurge while maintaining these healthy changes. Delicious dishes such as Latin-style Fried Chicken or Ingrid’s take on a decadent lobster sandwich should be enjoyed every once in a while! A serious food lover who also understands the importance of balancing a healthful lifestyle, Ingrid offers a fresh, energetic take on Latin foods—from breakfast to appetizers and snacks, to soups and salads, to entrées, cocktails, and desserts.
Author: Pamela Balls OrganistaPublish On: 2018-07-12
Latina lite cooking: 200 delicious lowfat recipes from all over the Americas. New York: Hachette. Betancourt, M. (2009). The new Native American Cuisine: Five-star recipes from the chefs of Arizona's Kai Restaurant.
Author: Pamela Balls Organista
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Multicultural Psychology, Second Edition, is a research-based and highly applied text that aims to increase students’ sensitivity, awareness, and knowledge regarding the role of ethnicity, race, and culture and how they influence human behavior and adjustment.
The host of The Cooking Channel's Simply Delicioso presents 175 delicious Latin dishes made healthy, providing time-saving tips, nutritional substitutions and presentation suggestions for soups, salads, entrees, appetizers, desserts and ...
Author: Ingrid Hoffmann
Publisher: Celebra Hardcover
The host of The Cooking Channel's Simply Delicioso presents 175 delicious Latin dishes made healthy, providing time-saving tips, nutritional substitutions and presentation suggestions for soups, salads, entrees, appetizers, desserts and more. 40,000 first printing.
Enjoy a variety of Latin dishes, including energizing breakfasts, exciting appetizers, hearty entrées, and sweet treats. This book is not a "diet" book—it is a tool to teach you to "eat yourself healthy.
Author: Ingrid Hoffmann
Publisher: American Diabetes Association
Celebrate the joys of Latin cooking and healthy eating with Latin Comfort Foods Made Healthy! Following in the footsteps of her highly successful books Simply Delicioso, Delicioso, and Latin D'Lite, cooking personality and Telemundo star Chef Ingrid Hoffmann is excited to announce Latin Comfort Foods Made Healthy, a collection of more than 100 diabetes-friendly Latin dishes. Latin Comfort Foods Made Healthy celebrates the joys of cooking and eating through healthy ingredients and recipes that are bursting with flavor. These classic Latin dishes are satisfying and demonstrate Ingrid's philosophy of easy, simple recipes with a healthy twist. Latin Comfort Foods Made Healthy presents a smart and easy approach to healthy eating, an approach perfected and practiced by Chef Ingrid for many years. The Latino diet tends to be carbohydrate heavy, which is a concern for people with diabetes. But, with a focus on pure and clean ingredients, Chef Ingrid turns traditional Latin cuisine into nutritious, diabetes-friendly meals that put protein, whole grains, and fresh vegetables as the stars. Enjoy a variety of Latin dishes, including energizing breakfasts, exciting appetizers, hearty entrées, and sweet treats. This book is not a "diet" book—it is a tool to teach you to "eat yourself healthy." Latin Comfort Foods Made Healthy offers exactly what the title suggests: comfort foods—the kinds of food Latinos were raised with and crave. But with a few tricks and tips from Chef Ingrid, you can make these foods in less time with healthier ingredients. The tastes and aromas of these recipes are Simply Delicioso!
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Author: Michelle Herrera MulliganPublish On: 2009-03-17
A collection of essays from some of the best writers in America, about what it means to be a fully functional, and sometimes fully dysfunctional, 21st–century, born–in–the–USA Latina Tired of the trite cultural clichés by which the ...
Author: Michelle Herrera Mulligan
Category: Literary Collections
Why, in the minds of most Americans, are Latinas still thought of as maids, seductresses, and booty-shaking salsa divas? Never has the concept of Latina identity been more relevant. Also, never has there been a new generation of Latinas so ready to say what they mean and even criticize the Latina generation that preceded them. Until now. In Border-Line Personalities, twenty writers share their poignant and wickedly funny stories about fighting with their mothers, struggling with speaking Spanish, and dealing with the men who've done them wrong, among a myriad of other topics. In the end, each essay encompasses a different point of view, lending credence to the theory that no one can label any one item, idea, or person more Latina than the other. Questions posed to Latinas of all ages in Border-Line Personalities: Why do many of us often feel more American than Latina? How important is Spanish, really? Do we all really fit under one cultural umbrella? When thinking about having children, do we really have to consider being stay-at-home moms as most of us were raised to believe was law, or can Latinas even consider the possibility of raising children while working? What do we do when we fall in love with someone (male or female) outside our culture?
Sharing the secrets of healthful Latin cookery, this delicious cookbook introdcues a wide variety of delcious and nutritional dishes from Mexico City, including Vegetarian Paella, Pasta with Rosy Sauce, Fish "Hamburger," Strawberry Mousse, ...
Author: Alexandra Drijanski
Publisher: Rio Nuevo Pub
Sharing the secrets of healthful Latin cookery, this delicious cookbook introdcues a wide variety of delcious and nutritional dishes from Mexico City, including Vegetarian Paella, Pasta with Rosy Sauce, Fish "Hamburger," Strawberry Mousse, Vegetable Spirals, and Coffee Flan, among others.
Author: Elisha COLES (Lexicographer)Publish On: 1707
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Exposure to artificial light at night can alter sleep - activity patterns and reduce levels of melatonin , a hormone ... TOMATILLOS , avocados and garlic - not only are they staples in Latin cooking , but they're also three of the seven ...
The History of the Music in the 1000 Best Albums Brian Morton, Richard Cook. lightweight blend of Latin, ... This isn't necessarily what anyone expects, given his reputation as a Latin-lite musician. The timbre and tonality of his vibes ...
Author: Brian Morton
Publisher: Penguin UK
The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings is firmly established as the world's leading guide to recorded jazz, a mine of fascinating information and a source of insightful - often wittily trenchant - criticism. This is something rather different: Brian Morton (who taught American history at UEA) has picked out the 1000 best recordings that all jazz fans should have and shows how they tell the history of the music and with it the history of the twentieth century. He has completely revised his and Richard Cook's entries and reassessed each artist's entry for this book. The result is an endlessly browsable companion that will prove required reading for aficionados and jazz novices alike. 'It's the kind of book that you'll yank off the shelf to look up a quick fact and still be reading two hours later' Fortune 'Part jazz history, part jazz Karma Sutra with Cook and Morton as the knowledgeable, urbane, wise and witty guides ... This is one of the great books of recorded jazz; the other guides don't come close' Irish Times
Popular Latina Fiction and Americanization in the Twenty-First Century Tace Hedrick. 2000 and fell in love with reggae music. ... In the end, despite their differences, both Kevin's and Star's Mexican Americanness is a “heritage lite.
Author: Tace Hedrick
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Winner, 2016 ALA-Choice Outstanding Academic Title In Chica Lit: Popular Latina Fiction and Americanization in the Twenty-First Century, Tace Hedrick illuminates how discourses of Americanization, ethnicity, gender, class, and commodification shape the genre of “chica lit,” popular fiction written by Latina authors with Latina characters. She argues that chica lit is produced and marketed in the same ways as contemporary romance and chick lit fiction, and aimed at an audience of twenty- to thirty-something upwardly mobile Latina readers. Its stories about young women’s ethnic class mobility and gendered romantic success tend to celebrate twenty-first century neoliberal narratives about Americanization, hard work, and individual success. However, Hedrick emphasizes, its focus on Latina characters necessarily inflects this celebratory mode: the elusiveness of meaning in its use of the very term “Latina” empties out the differences among and between Latina/o and Chicano/a groups in the United States. Of necessity, chica lit also struggles with questions about the actual social and economic “place” of Latinas and Chicanas in this same neoliberal landscape; these questions unsettle its reliance on the tried-and-true formulas of chick lit and romance writing. Looking at chica lit’s market-driven representations of difference, poverty, and Americanization, Hedrick shows how this writing functions within the larger arena of struggles over popular representation of Latinas and Chicanas.