Appetizers with Latino flair
ByFAYE LEVY, YAKIR LEVY
August 7, 2014 16:14
Casa de Chocolates made Latino-style chocolates by flavoring bittersweet chocolate ganache with tamarind or hot pepper sauce.
Chef An La layers a tostada, a mexican fried tortilla, with beans..
(photo credit:YAKIR LEVY)
Salsa dancing in the courtyard of Union Station in Los Angeles and salsas on our plates added spice to the recent celebration called East LA Meets Napa & Beyond.The occasion, a fund-raiser for the nonprofit healthcare provider AltaMed, gave chefs from East Los Angeles, an area known for its Mexican cuisine, an opportunity to showcase their specialties, which guests could taste with wines from California’s famed Napa Valley wine region.