More U.S. restaurants have embraced Latin cuisines, ingredients and service styles over the past several decades, and changing demographics indicate that interest will only grow. At the Culinary Institute of America’s recent “Latin Flavors, American Kitchens” seminar at its new campus in San Antonio, panelists probed the depth and breadth of Latin American influence on U.S. restaurant food. VIDEO: Latin Flavors: Fire pit cooking at the Culinary Institute of ...

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