Latin food will evolve in 2013

01/3/2013 | NBC Latino

The country's culinary experts are predicting big changes to Latin cuisine this year with more restaurants adding small plate menus, an influx of gourmet tacos featuring international ingredients and everyday food products, such as popcorn and potato chips, getting a Latin spin. "The millennials, whether or not they’re Hispanic, are really appreciating their favorite products in [chipotle or jalapeno] flavors," said Kazia Jankowski, associate culinary director at the Boulder. Colo.-based Sterling-Rice Group.

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