From a media release:
Gusto turns up the heat in July with a new lineup of creative cooking adventures, including Gusto’s brand-new original Canadian seriesTHE LATIN KITCHEN, exploring the culinary favourites of three chefs from Mexico, Spain, and Venezuela. From Gusto Worldwide Media, the new 15-episode, 30-minute cooking-series airs Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. ET beginning July 6, exclusively on Gusto.
Fun and fast-paced, each episode of THE LATIN KITCHEN follows one of three chefs as they use an individual ingredient or regional flavour to create four mouth-watering recipes. Juan Pablo González, a Venezuelan artist and musician turned cook, combines his artistic creativity with his passion for food. Spanish chef Luis “Tigretón” Leon brings authentic recipes straight from Barcelona and Madrid, and chef Luis Valenzuela shares Mexican dishes that have been passed down through generations. The chefs introduce simple techniques and exotic ingredients that are sure to fire up viewers’ palettes and spice up every meal. For information on Gusto’s series, chefs, recipes, how-to videos, and more, visit gustotv.com.
THE LATIN KITCHEN is created by Chris Knight, President and CEO, Gusto Worldwide Media.
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