LA’s annual Latin culinary extravaganza, ¡Latin Food Fest! next takes place March 29-30
Among the fifty participating chefs are Mary Sue Milliken, Susan Feniger, Jaime Martin Del Campo and Ramiro Arvizu.
¡Latin Food Fest! celebrates its seventh annual Hispanic culinary celebration March 29-30 at Los Angeles State Historic Park. California’s largest annual Latin culinary extravaganza includes “Chefs Night Out,” a high energy party and “Gran Tasting Los Angeles,” the festivals signature event featuring food, beverage, wine, beer, and spirits stations, cooking and wine demonstrations, chef awards, VIP Tent, and a four-hour music performance by La Junta Sound System.
Gran Tasting Los Angeles also includes a comprehensive tasting of Latin spirits with Agave Liquor, Bacanora, Cachaca, Fernet, Mezcal, Pisco, Pulque, Raicilla, Popo, Rum, Sotol, and Tequila. Wines from Argentina, Chile, Napa, and Spain with be poured and paired with a variety of Hispanic cuisine. Beer includes Tona Cerveza from Nicaragua, Estrella Damm from Spain, Sol from Mexico, local Latin favorite Chihuahua Cerveza.
Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger will conduct cooking demonstrations on the main stage, discuss Hispanic culinary trends, and sign copies of their latest book.
For more information, visit www.latinfoodfest.com
¡Latin Food Fest! 2019 sponsors includes presenting sponsor LaCroix Sparkling Beverages, AT&T, Northgate Markets, Milagro Tequila, Café Bustelo, Tequila Corralejo, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, T-Mobile, Diplomático Rum USA, MillerCoors, Bimbo USA, The Winebow Group, Don Julio Tequila, Sol Cerveza, Barcel USA, Los Arango Tequila, and Vinas Carmen.