About Delish-ioso

Traditionally, nothing speaks love of our heritage, family and friends better than food. Some of our fondest memories and cultural pride center around a holiday’s traditional food or a simple get-together enjoyed over a shared meal. Join Nexos Latinos® as we celebrate our culture with Delish-ioso — a bilingual cookbook where singers, TV stars, entertainers and celebrity chefs from every corner of Latin America share dishes that are dear to their hearts. Together they bring their culinary traditions to their fans in the U.S. with over 45 recipes, all in Spanish and English. Enjoy personal and heartwarming stories from beloved Latino celebrities who share their heritage and family memories.

This book is the perfect gift for you or a loved one to share lo nuestro and keep our traditions alive! Learn some celebrity secrets to making their favorite recipes, and experiment with some traditional foods given a new twist! Taste flavors like Ingrid Hoffmann’s Fideuà and sangria, James Tahhan’s super churros, Lorena Garcia’s maduritos and her special mac & cheese, Karla Martínez’s tortilla soup, Helen Ochoa’s Mexican corn salad and empanadas, Luis Coronel’s special salsa, Jonatan Sánchez’s guacamole, Jessica Carrillo’s steak with sauce, Silvestre Dangond’s aji salsa and Chuleta Valluna, Jacob Forever’s black beans, Sharlene Taulé’s tostones, Leslie Grace’s mangu, and Farruko’s flan and coquito, Vianney Rodríguez’s mango margaritas and Omar Giner’s chicken and rice among others.

This Nexos Latinos celebrity cookbook is also brimming with fun cultural facts about everything from the origins of nachos and ajiaco to the great debate about the real Cuban sandwich, from updating traditional dishes like flan and guacamole to the history of our holidays, like Three Kings’ Day and the Day of the Dead. Each recipe is illustrated with mouthwatering images plus stunning photographs of all the contributing stars.
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Featured Celebrities

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Karla Martínez

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Ingrid Hoffmann

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Luis Coronel

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Jacob Forever

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Sharlene Taulé

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Helen Ochoa

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James Tahhan

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Jonatan Sánchez

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Lorena García

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Jessica Carrillo

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Farruko

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Silvestre Dangond

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Vianney Rodríguez

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Leslie Grace

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Adriel Favela

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Omar Giner

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Donna Hernández

About Nexos Latinos

Nexos Latinos® is a bilingual-bicultural publication that was created to educate and entertain Latinos in the US about the benefits of using cable technology, offering information about the best TV programming available in Spanish and English, Internet and phone services advances. Since 2009, Nexos Latinos has been the bridge between millions of U.S. Hispanic households and their favorite Latino celebrities from Jennifer López and Sofía Vergara to Lionel Messi, among others. It brings Latino families exclusive interviews with relevant stars in TV, movies, music, sports and food in an inspirational and positive way in both its printed magazine and digital lookbook version. The publication has been honored with over 13 awards from prestigious organizations like: Portada®, NAIMIC, CTAM and has won an Hermes Creative Award.

Delish-ioso: A Collection of Latino Chef and Celebrity Recipes is the perfect way to continue giving readers entertainment, traditions, culture and more of what they love! Enjoy making these wonderful Latino dishes for your family and friends today and share your heritage with generations to come.

Key to all this is Editor-in-Chief Donna Hernández. With over 20 years’ experience in the US Hispanic market, Donna has helped give voice to this community throughout her career. In 2010 she relaunched the Nexos Latinos brand and created the vision and the voice for this publication bringing readers the best in Latino entertainment.

Donna started her career in print journalism during the launch of People en Español in 1997 as a writer/reporter. While there, she moved up the ranks from Fashion and Beauty writer to Chief of Reporters and helped create franchises like the “50 Most Beautiful”. She moved on to AMI to create Shape en Español and a three edition special issue Thalía magazine with super star Mexican singer Thalía Sodi and her husband music mogul Tommy Mottola. From their she went on to Meredith Corp. and helped launch Siempre Mujer magazine as well as relaunch Healthy Kids en Español, Espera and 12 Meses as Managing Editor. While working at Meredith, she was also the Editor of Kraft’s Comida y Famila for both print and interactive platforms.
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