Latino sweets with French flair

August 13, 2015 12:33
Flan recipe

Flans topped with walnut or coconut, or served on chocolate cake.. (photo credit: YAKIR LEVY)


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‘East LA Meets Napa & Bordeaux,” the recent Los Angeles fund-raiser for AltaMed health services, was a festival of Latino food, California wines and French wines from Bordeaux, a sister city of Los Angeles.

There was French flavor in some of the food samples, like the canapés of foie gras spread on pan dulce – Mexican sweet breads. Ceviche, an appetizer of lightly marinated raw fish, came garnished with aioli, the Provençal garlic sauce.


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