Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

Strange Tale of Road Trips That Never go Anywhere

By Oscar Barajas, NewsTaco Back in the good old, waning days leading to graduation, everyone wanted to be friends. People who had otherwise ignored you or taken you for granted for the past three and a half years all of a sudden wanted to be friends. All of a sudden everyone wanted to keep in

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

Squash Blossom Soup

By Melissa Pitts I know, I know- soup in August? While I completely understand the knee-jerk reaction to stay far away from a steamy cup of soup during summer, I promise this soup is well worth it....

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

Summer Heat Worse For Diabetics

This summer has been one of the hottest on record, thousands of temperature records have been broken across the country, killing dozens of people and sending thousands with illnesses like heat exhaustion and dehydration to the emergency...

Monday, August 1st, 2011

Strawberry Horchata

By Melissa Pitts Who didn’t grow up drinking horchata? And, while most of us only know the powdered stuff or the already made sweet and creamy drink, it’s extremely easy to make and much healthier. When you...

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011

News Taco To Go: Spanish, GOP, Micheladas & More

If You Speak Spanish In The U.S., Thank A Pocho Somos Republicans: Cain Should Drop Out Of Presidential Race Sara’s Yummy Michelada Recipe 5 More Stereotypes Of Latino Professionals Obama Hosts White House Meeting For Latino Advocacy...

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

Jalapeño Burgers With Chipotle Mayo

By Melissa Pitts Ahh burgers: food of the Gods and the best part of summer if you ask me. What’s not to love about a juicy and messy burger studded with pieces of spicy jalapeños, smothered with...

Friday, July 1st, 2011

Watermelon Agua Fresca

By Melissa Pitts Because sometimes you want more than just plain watermelon! This drink takes all of 30 seconds to make and is the perfect thirst quencher in the unforgiving heat. Salud! Cook Time: 1 mins Preparation...

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Michelada: Your Favorite Drink You Just Found Out About

What’s a michelada you ask? Well, I’m about to blow your mind, so I hope you’re sitting down. An easy way to describe a michelada is that it’s like a Bloody Mary but with beer. A better...

Friday, June 24th, 2011

Coconut-Cajeta Paletas

By Melissa Pitts My experience has been that coconut is one of those black and white issues. Either you love it or hate it. I for one cannot get enough of coconut- toasted, in ice cream, ice...

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

Seniors, Be Aware Of Heat Stroke This Summer

Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are the most serious heat-related illnesses. Extreme summer heat like we’re seeing this summer can place older people at increased risk for developing a dangerously high body temperature condition known as hyperthermia....

Friday, June 10th, 2011

Sparkling Citrus And Strawberry Sangria

By Kelly Langmesser Summer has unofficially started in the city and that means time for warm weather cocktails! This recipe is a refreshing white sangria pairs well with Spanish olives and cheeses to casually entertain. This recipe...

Friday, June 10th, 2011

Checa LA Movie Learns Some Of Jim Carrey’s Cool Moves

Mr. Popper’s Penguins es la primera comedia familiar con actores de carne y hueso de la temporada de verano. Llega con Jim Carrey, cuya glacial relación...

Monday, June 6th, 2011

Summer Corn Salad With Bell Peppers, Tomatoes

By Aurora Ibarra Although summer is still a month away, beautiful corn cobs are now in every supermarket. So, why not start enjoying summer dishes early? A bite of this salad will instantly transport you to a...

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

News Taco To Go: SB 1070, Beer, Volunteerism, Vintage Style

SB 1070 Author Russel Pearce To Be Recalled in Arizona Coors’ Message to Puerto Ricans: You’re All Drunks Volunteerism Essential to Success Of Latino Youth How To Wear Loud 1950s Patterns  

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