Laura Diaz or “Chef Lala” has been a longtime friend of LatinoFoodie. We’ve always enjoyed her cooking, cookbooks and dedication to creating new and healthy combinations of traditional Mexican dishes. Adding to her long list of achievements, Chef Lala is introducing CHEF LALA HOMEMADE to home cooks across America in a series of all natural sauces, marinades and oils.
You may have seen Chef LaLa on TV as she has made guest appearances on “The Today Show,” “The Martha Stewart Show,” “The Discovery Health National Body Challenge,” “The Dr. Oz Show,” and in national television “Despierta America” and “Dale con Ganas,” both on Univision.
Chef Lala’s team sent to LatinoFoodie a colorful tortilla warmer basket filled with her marinades, plus a basting brush and small sauce pan for the grill. We tried the Carne Asada Marinade as well as the Tequila Lime Cilantro marinade. Honestly, folks, both marinades infused the grilled meats with flavor-packed seasoning and spices.
The Chef Lala Homemade package is a $75 value and includes:
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