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9. La Cocina de Leslie 1

Leslie Limón was born and raised in Southern California on the delicious Mexican food her grandparents grew up eating in Sonora and Chihuahua. When she got married, she moved to a small town in Mexico where she "learned that not all Mexican food is the same and that it varies from state to state and sometimes even region to region." La Cocina de Leslie offers a wonderful collection of traditional Mexican recipes as well as "Mexican-inspired" recipes that Leslie prepares for her family.

Recipe to try: Spicy Salmon & Spinach Tacos

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8. Sazón Boricua 2

8. Sazón Boricua

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Jeannette Quiñones-Cantore developed a passion for cooking at a very early age. Sazón Boriqua is her online ode to Puerto Rican dishes that she beautifully showcases not just via recipes, but via her other passion: photography.

Recipe to try: Arroz Imperial

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7. Nibbles and Feasts 3

7. Nibbles and Feasts

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Ericka Sanchez is the creator of the bilingual blog, Nibbles and Feasts, where she shares traditional Mexican recipes as well as modern recipes with her signature Latin twist. Born in Mexico, raised in Texas and now living in California, she started the blog out of a "longing" to revisit time spent making delicious food and memories in the kitchen with her mother and abuela.

Recipe to try: Chorizo and Chickpea Orecchiette

6. Flanboyant Eats 4

6. Flanboyant Eats

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La cubana behind Flanboyant Eats, Bren Herrera, is the modern day incarnation a Renaissance woman. She can sing, she can write, she travels, she's stylish and boy, oh boy can she cook. You might be tempted to lick the screen when browsing her blog, just sayin'!

Recipe to try: Roasted Hazelnut Kahlúa Flan

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5. Savoir Faire 5

5. Savoir Faire

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Enriqueta Lemoine isn't just one of our favorite food bloggers, she's one of us. We are so blessed to have her as one of the writers here at MamáLatinas. She never ceases to amaze us with her passion and creativity toward food. On her blog Savoir Faire you get to join her on her "journey through the pleasures of the palate."

Recipe to try: Jalapeño and Cheddar Cheese Muffins

4. Peru Delights 6

4. Peru Delights

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Morena Escardo and Morena Cuadra are the mother and daughter team behind Peru Delights. They perfectly describe their blog with the following words, "Ever been to Peru? If you have, you will know this to be true: we are all OBSESSED with our food. We are proud of it, long for it, and love to share it! ... In this blog you will find everything you need to know on the subject, from the basic ingredients and techniques we use, to the history behind each dish; from traditional to fusion, to healthy, to tons of improvised fun!"

Recipe to try: Chunky Tomato Soup Inspired by the Andes

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3. Sweet Life 7

3. Sweet Life

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Vianney Rodriquez is the wonderful Tejana behind the also wonderful blog, Sweet Life. She writes, "Sweet Life is a delicious blend of tastes and flavors from my life." Not only can this woman cook, she also creates some of the most phenomenal margarita's EVER!

Recipe to try: Pumpkin Chorizo Queso Fundido

2. Muy Bueno Cookbook 8

2. Muy Bueno Cookbook

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Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack started Muy Bueno Cookbook "as a journey of writing a cookbook" with her mother and sister, but it has evolved into a place where she preserves "generations of traditions en la cocina" and creates new ones.

Recipe to try: Apple Pecan Skillet Cake with Dulce de Leche Glaze

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1. Presley's Pantry 9

1. Presley's Pantry

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Our hands down numero uno pick for Latin food blogs is Presley's Pantry. We're huge fans of it's creator Nicole Presley who describes herself as "a Mexican-American gal obsessed with food." We describe her as whimsical, wacky, wonderful and wise. One of the things we love so much about Presley is that she is creating some of the most entertaining cooking webisodes you will ever see. I've included one below so you can see what I'm talking about.

Recipe to try: Chipotle Albondigas

Webisode to watch: How to Make Tamales