Fiesta Latina

Some ingredients in Fiesta Latina may be new to you; this glossary will give you the pronunciation for and a brief description of the less familiar ingredients called for in these recipes. Please note that some fruit and vegetable names ...

Author: Rafael Palomino

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN: 9781452123769

Category: Cooking

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For people who like to salsa like they like their salsa mucho! here are more than 60 recipes in a Latin-inspired cookbook guaranteed to get the party started. With three of the hottest Latin restaurants on the east coast to his credit, Rafael Palomino knows how to throw a proper fiesta. His vibrant, accessible recipes for pasabocas (appetizers), main courses, and desserts will grant any host or hostess the powers for effortless entertaining. Fusion treats like Chipotle Crabmeat and Sweet Plantain Empanadas, and Sugar Cane Shrimp Skewers are a fresh take on cocktail food. Just say ceviche and there's an entire chapter devoted to zesty takes like Blood Orange, Shrimp and Mango-Wasabi. With color-drenched photos, mix-and-match salsitas and sauces, and plenty of Latin flair, here's very good food for very good times.

Latina Condition

Nativism and Latinos Nativism directed against Latinos continues to reproduce their social positions as ... Stampede rodeo had already gained ill-will with the Latino community due to its decision of a few years to cancel “Fiesta Latina ...

Author: Richard Delgado

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9780814720400

Category: Social Science

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In 2001, Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic published their definitive Critical Race Theory, a compact introduction to the field that explained, in straightforward language, the origins, principal themes, leading voices, and new directions of this important movement in legal thought. Since then, critical race theory has gone on to influence numerous other fields of scholarship, and the Delgado and Stefancic primer has remained an indispensible guide for students and teachers. Delgado and Stefancic have revised the book to include material on key issues such as colorblind jurisprudence, Latino-Critical scholarship, immigration, and the rollback of affirmative action. This second edition introduces readers to important new voices in fields outside of law, including education and psychology, and offers greatly expanded issues for discussion, updated reading lists, and an extensive glossary of terms.

Troubling Nationhood in U S Latina Literature

In a sense anticipating Gourmet's presentation of Presilla's “Fiesta Latina,” the authors write that you can tell where you are “from the sounds and the smell of the cooking.”81 The implication is clear: in the near future, ...

Author: Maya Socolovsky

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 9780813561196

Category: Literary Criticism

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This book examines the ways in which recent U.S. Latina literature challenges popular definitions of nationhood and national identity. It explores a group of feminist texts that are representative of the U.S. Latina literary boom of the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s, when an emerging group of writers gained prominence in mainstream and academic circles. Through close readings of select contemporary Mexican American, Puerto Rican, and Cuban American works, Maya Socolovsky argues that these narratives are “remapping” the United States so that it is fully integrated within a larger, hemispheric Americas. Looking at such concerns as nation, place, trauma, and storytelling, writers Denise Chavez, Sandra Cisneros, Esmeralda Santiago, Ana Castillo, Himilce Novas, and Judith Ortiz Cofer challenge popular views of Latino cultural “unbelonging” and make strong cases for the legitimate presence of Latinas/os within the United States. In this way, they also counter much of today’s anti-immigration rhetoric. Imagining the U.S. as part of a broader "Americas," these writings trouble imperialist notions of nationhood, in which political borders and a long history of intervention and colonization beyond those borders have come to shape and determine the dominant culture's writing and the defining of all Latinos as "other" to the nation.

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Staged on a biweekly basis, "Fiesta Latina" started off slowly, attracting perhaps 50-75 people. Now, 250-300 people regularly show up to sashay to a variety of rhythms ranging from salsa and merengue to Latin house and dance.

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Latin Grill

Latin Grill is for people who enjoy grilling and who enjoy extending the warmth of their homes to their families and friends. Following in the tradition of my other books—Viva la Vida, Nueva Salsa, and Fiesta Latina—the recipes in this ...

Author: Rafael Palomino

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN: 9781452100203

Category: Cooking

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Bold flavors, minimal ingredients, and a passion for flame! Discover a new spin on grilling, Latin-style, with more than 70 recipes by renowned chef Rafael Palomino, a pioneer of the fresh culinary territory known as Nuevo Latino. A little bit French, a little bit South American, this cuisine is huge on flavor! Bring a fiesta to the table with uncomplicated recipes for everything from grilled Caesar salad to Palomino's famous burger and deliciously simple desserts. Cooling ceviches andjuicy cocktails such as Blueberry-Pisco Sours and Grilled Pineapple Mojitos make every meal a spicy sensation.

Peppers of the Americas

At first thought it might be a prank, but after some confusion, I gathered that the White House was asking me to cook for the first presidential Fiesta Latina, a salute to Latin American culture and music. When I returned home to New ...

Author: Maricel E. Presilla

Publisher: Lorena Jones Books

ISBN: 9780399578939

Category: Cooking

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An IACP Cookbook Award-winning survey of 200 types of peppers and more than 40 pan-Latin recipes from a three-time James Beard Award-winning author and chef-restaurateur. From piquillos and shishitos to padrons and poblanos, the popularity of culinary peppers (and pepper-based condiments, such as Sriracha and the Korean condiment gochujang) continue to grow as more consumers try new varieties and discover the known health benefits of Capsicum, the genus to which all peppers belong. This stunning visual reference to peppers now seen on menus, in markets, and beyond, showcases nearly 200 varieties (with physical description, tasting notes, uses for cooks, and beautiful botanical portraits for each). Following the cook's gallery of varieties, more than 40 on-trend Latin recipes for spice blends, salsas, sauces, salads, vegetables, soups, and main dishes highlight the big flavors and taste-enhancing capabilities of peppers. Winner of the 2018 International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) Cookbook Award for "Reference & Technical" category

Religion and the New Immigrants

With the exception of the " Fiesta Latina de las Americas " described next , none of the other food - sharing events celebrate or highlight the ethnic diversity of the church . The Hispanic Department has a monthly gathering called ...

Author: Helen Rose Fuchs Ebaugh

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 0742503909

Category: Religion

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New immigrants_those arriving since the Immigration Reform Act of 1965_have forever altered American culture and have been profoundly altered in turn. Although the religious congregations they form are often a nexus of their negotiation between the old and new, they have received little scholarly attention. Religion and the New Immigrants fills this gap. Growing out of the carefully designed Religion, Ethnicity and the New Immigration Research project, Religion and the New Immigrants combines in-depth studies of thirteen congregations in the Houston area with seven thematic essays looking across their diversity. The congregations range from Vietnamese Buddhist to Greek Orthodox, a Zoroastrian center to a multi-ethnic Assembly of God, presenting an astonishing array of ethnicity and religious practice. Common research questions and the common location of the congregations give the volume a unique comparative focus. Religion and the New Immigrants is an essential reference for scholars of immigration, ethnicity, and American religion.

The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture

Many southern cities have Latino festivals such as the Gran Fiesta de Fort Worth (15–17 July), the Festival Peachtree Latino in Atlanta (August), the Fiesta del Pueblo in Raleigh (October), Fiesta Latina in Asheville (April), ...

Author: Celeste Ray

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN: 9781469616582

Category: Reference

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Transcending familiar categories of "black" and "white," this volume of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture complicates and enriches our understanding of "southernness" by identifying the array of cultures that combined to shape the South. This exploration of southern ethnicities examines the ways people perform and maintain cultural identities through folklore, religious faith, dress, music, speech, cooking, and transgenerational tradition. Accessibly written and informed by the most recent research that recovers the ethnic diversity of the early South and documents the more recent arrival of new cultural groups, this volume greatly expands upon the modest Ethnic Life section of the original Encyclopedia. Contributors describe 88 ethnic groups that have lived in the South from the Mississippian Period (1000-1600) to the present. They include 34 American Indian groups, as well as the many communities with European, African, and Asian cultural ties that came to the region after 1600. Southerners from all backgrounds are likely to find themselves represented here.

Your Church in Rhythm

Our Hispanic ministry throws an annual party for our community called Fiesta Latina. It happens in September to commemorate the Independence Day shared by many Latin American countries. In our area Latinos hail from many different ...

Author: Bruce B. Miller

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470598870

Category: Religion

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A gentle new way for church leader’s to survive stress and burnout Bruce Miller debunks the idea of balance—basically trying to have it all, all the time. Most churches and their pastors try to do everything at once and feel guilty if any one aspect (worship, ministries, outreach, etc.) is neglected. He replaces the exhausting concept of balance with the idea of rhythm: churches, like people, need to give attention to different programs and ministries at different times, basically by attending to their seasons and cycles. Offers an innovative new model for church leaders Miller has been influential in the formation and promotion of “Church-Based Training” as in international movement Offers a proven method for avoiding burnout for church leaders and members by doing the right things at the right time The author offers much-need help to overwhelmed leaders and shows them how to apply Miller’s seasonal/cyclical approach to church life.

Barrio Ballots

Latino Politics In The 1990 Elections Rodolfo O. de la Garza. really get very involved except for local elections. ... Also in September, politicians addressed crowds at the city-sponsored Fiesta Latina. As one community activist said, ...

Author: James Messerschmidt

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429715600

Category: Political Science

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Latinos and American Popular Culture

... the future of, 14–16; introduction to, 1–2; multicultural Latinidad, 10–12; nationalist discourses, TENAZ (Teatro Nacional de Aztla ́n), 166 Ten Little Indians (Mendoza), 241 10th Annual Fiesta Latina, 398–99 Teresita (character), ...

Author: Patricia M. Montilla

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9780313392238

Category: Social Science

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This book offers a complete overview of the contributions of U.S. Latinos to American popular culture and examines the emergence of the U.S. Latino identity.

Our Journey with Radiance and Rosebud

friday, October 16, 2009 First Tweens Attend Fiesta Latina at the White House Tweens Examiner Ms. Twixt First Tweens Malia and Sasha Obama attended a celebration in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Fiesta Latina.

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ISBN: 9780692007761

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Southern Heritage on Display

How will the increasing numbers of children born to parents of Latino and European or African backgrounds, ... Georgia; the Gran Fiesta de Fort Worth; the Fiesta Latina in Asheville, North Carolina; the Fiesta del Pueblo in Tifton, ...

Author: Celeste Ray

Publisher: University of Alabama Press

ISBN: 9780817312275

Category: History

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How ritualized public ceremonies affirm or challenge cultural identities associated with the American South * A Choice Outstanding Academic Title "From the jazz funeral processions in the streets of New Orleans to the annual Natchez Pilgrimage in Mississippi and the Scottish Highland games atop Grandfather Mountain in North Carolina, the reader is exposed to a diverse southern culture, or heritage, that is often overlooked by many people, both within and outside the South. The reality of a southern culture based in Mexican heritage or a celebration of [a] Southeastern tribe's heritage through the powwow helps deconstruct the myth of a solid southern culture as one that is simply portrayed as black and white." —Florida Historical Quarterly "The ambition Celeste Ray sets out in her introduction is to show how these groups are not only in the South but of it, how they interpret their diverse identities as Southern—put another way, to answer a question that arises in one noteworthy piece, why do Indians in North Carolina eat barbecue pork and collard greens at their powwows?" —Journal of American Ethnic History "Thought-provoking and well-crafted, Southern Heritage on Display is an innovative and important resource for regional studies and scholarship on public display." —Journal of Folklore Research W. J. Cash's 1941 observation that "there are many Souths and many cultural traditions among them" is certainly validated by this book. Although the Civil War and its "lost cause" tradition continues to serve as a cultural root paradigm in celebrations, both uniting and dividing loyalties, southerners also embrace a panoply of public rituals—parades, cook-offs, kinship homecomings, church assemblies, music spectacles, and material culture exhibitions—that affirm other identities. From the Appalachian uplands to the Mississippi Delta, from Kentucky bluegrass to Carolina piedmont, southerners celebrate in festivals that showcase their diverse cultural backgrounds and their mythic beliefs about themselves. The ten essays of this cohesive, interdisciplinary collection present event-centered research from various fields of study—anthropology, geography, history, and literature—to establish a rich, complex picture of the stereotypically "Solid South." Topics include the Mardi Gras Indian song cycle as a means of expressing African-American identity in New Orleans; powwow performances and Native American traditions in southeast North Carolina; religious healings in southern Appalachian communities; Mexican Independence Day festivals in central Florida; and, in eastern Tennessee, bonding ceremonies of melungeons who share Indian, Scots Irish, Mediterranean, and African ancestry. Seen together, these public heritage displays reveal a rich "creole" of cultures that have always been a part of southern life and that continue to affirm a flourishing regionalism. This book will be valuable to students and scholars of cultural anthropology, American studies, and southern history; academic and public libraries; and general readers interested in the American South. It contributes a vibrant, colorful layer of understanding to the continuously emerging picture of complexity in this region historically depicted by simple stereotypes.

Bachata and Dominican Identity La bachata y la identidad dominicana

These constructions are treated in greater detail in Chapter Nine. 43. Graglia. 44. Romeo Santos in “Fiesta Latina.” 45. Eva Longoria Parker in “Fiesta Latina.” 46. Rohter “Crossing Over.” 47. ACROARTE 28. 48. ACROARTE 29. 49.

Author: Julie A. Sellers

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786476732

Category: Music

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"Dr. Julie Sellers tackles a musical genre that has become a sign of identity among Dominicans in a short amount of time. It is a social X-ray in which bachata synthesizes traits of the people of Quisqueya (Dominican Republic) constructed throughout that country's history. Additionally, this book is the result of rigorous research based in fieldwork in the Dominican Republic and New York that includes the testimony of important representatives of this musical expression."--Alexis Mendez, host, Musica Maestro "La Dra. Julie Sellers aborda un genero musical que en poco tiempo se ha convertido en un signo identitario de los dominicanos. Se trata de una radiografia social donde la bachata sintetiza rasgos de la gente de Quisqueya, construidos a lo largo de la historia dominicana de este pais. Ademas este libro es resultado de una rigurosa investgacion, centralizada en un trabajo de campo (en localidades de Republica Dominicana y en Nueva York) que involucra testimonios de importantes representantes de esta expresion musical."--Alexis Mendez, conductor de "Musica Maestro." Bachata--a guitar-based romantic music that debuted in Santo Domingo's urban shantytowns in the 1960s--is today one of the hottest Latin genres. Still, fans and musicians have not forgotten the social stigma the genre carried for decades. This book interweaves bachata's history and development with the socio-political context of Dominican identity. The author argues that its early disfavor resulted from the political climate of its origins and ties between class and race, and proposes that its ultimate acceptance as a symbol of Dominican identity arose from its innovations, the growth of the lower class, and a devoted following among Dominican migrants. La bachata--una musica de guitarra que se estreno en los barrios populares de Santo Domingo en los anos 60--hoy, es uno de los generos latinos mas populares. No obstante, sus aficionados y sus exponentes recuerdan el estigma social asociado que conllevo por decadas. Este libro entreteje la historia y el desarrollo de la bachata con el contexto socio-politico de la identidad dominicana. La autora plantea que su desaprobacion temprana resulto del clima politico en que nacio y los vinculos entre raza y clase social. Propone que su aceptacion final como simbolo de identidad dominicana surge de sus innovaciones, el crecimiento de la clase baja y sus seguidores leales entre los migrantes dominicanos.

Fiesta Latina

The chef-owner of several popular Latin restaurants in the Northeast offers a collection of sixty, Latin-inspired recipes for the perfect party or celebration and includes taste-tempting pasbocas (appetizers), main courses and side dishes, ...

Author: Rafael Palomino

Publisher: Chronicle Books Llc

ISBN: UTEXAS:059173018776971

Category: Cooking

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The chef-owner of several popular Latin restaurants in the Northeast offers a collection of sixty, Latin-inspired recipes for the perfect party or celebration and includes taste-tempting pasbocas (appetizers), main courses and side dishes, and desserts, as well as fusion treats and mix-and-match salsitas and sauces. 15,000 first printing.

A New America

It was called Fiesta Latina, and on the surface it was a night of music. Gloria Estefan, José Feliciano, Marc Anthony, Los Lobos, and my wife, Thalia, were among the special guests invited to sing. The performances were tremendous.

Author: Tommy Mottola

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9780698143302

Category: Music

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The long-anticipated companion book to the groundbreaking HBO documentary The Latin Explosion by renowned music producer Tommy Mottola. Legendary music mogul, entertainment impresario, and New York Times bestselling author Tommy Mottola explores and expounds on his lifelong love of Latin music, its influence on his life and career, and its ever-growing influence in America. Tommy Mottola discovered a passion for Latin music when he was a small child on the streets of the Bronx, where he fell in love with the energy and rhythm of the legendary Tito Puente. It is a love he carries with him to this day. In A New America, Mottola explores the societal and cultural impact the Latino community and its music has had on America by sharing behind-the-scenes stories from his own life and his connection to the Latin sound throughout the decades—from his initial fascination with Latin music, which started with Puente, to the mainstream success of Ritchie Valens, to the groove-laden guitar wizardry of Carlos Santana. Along the way, Mottola reveals heartfelt accounts of his longtime collaboration and friendship with Gloria Estefan and her husband, Emilio, the meteoric rise and tragic end of Selena, and his orchestration of the Latin Explosion of the 1990s, which launched megastars such as Marc Anthony, Ricky Martin, Shakira, and Jennifer Lopez. But A New America is more than a story about music and musicians. It is the story of a culture that continues to grow and influence America in all its aspects and an irresistible sound that continues to move and inspire the nation.

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Night Club Bar

The recent Expo Comida Latina and Fiesta Latina Show in Houston in April proved to be a fun and worthwhile event . As Oxford Publishing Chief Operating Officer Jennifer Robinson reports , “ For the first time , two successful beverage ...

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Los Lobos

... 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Latin Grammys—had long ago transcended local-hero status. On October 13, 2009, they had appeared before President Barack Obama as part of Fiesta Latina, a celebration of Latino American music ...

Author: Chris Morris

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 9781477308523

Category: Music

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Los Lobos leaped into the national spotlight in 1987, when their cover of “La Bamba” became a No. 1 hit. But what looked like an overnight achievement to the band’s new fans was actually a way station in a long musical journey that began in East Los Angeles in 1973 and is still going strong. Across four decades, Los Lobos (Cesar Rosas, Conrad Lozano, David Hidalgo, Louie Pérez, and Steve Berlin) have ranged through virtually the entire breadth of American vernacular music, from rockabilly to primal punk rock, R&B to country and folk, Mexican son jarocho to Tex-Mex conjunto and Latin American cumbia. Their sui generis sound has sold millions of albums and won acclaim from fans and critics alike, including three Grammy Awards. Los Lobos, the first book on this unique band, traces the entire arc of the band’s career. Music journalist Chris Morris draws on new interviews with Los Lobos members and their principal collaborators, as well as his own reporting since the early 1980s, to recount the evolution of Los Lobos’s music. He describes the creation of every album, lingering over highlights such as How Will the Wolf Survive?, La Pistola y El Corazon, and Kiko, while following the band’s trajectory from playing Mexican folk music at weddings and dances in East L.A. to international stardom and major-label success, as well as their independent work in the new millennium. Giving one of the longest-lived and most-honored American rock bands its due, Los Lobos celebrates the expansive reach and creative experimentalism that few other bands can match.