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Press, mentions and links for Hungry Sofia:

Guest Contributor for the Cooking Channel’s Devour the Blog.

Guest Contributor for The Latin Kitchen.

Featured blogger on Food2.

Honest Cooking (February 2014): “6 Awesome Breakfasts from Around the World”.

Countlan Magazine (April 2013): “What’s Cooking?: Arroz con Leche y Agua de Rosas”. (December 2012): “Sites We Love: Hungry Sofia”. (December 2012): “Coquito French Toast” (Article and Recipe). (December 2012): “Perfect Eggnog Recipes” (Homemade Coquito). (December 2012): “The 2012 SAVEUR Cookie Advent Calendar” (Galletas de Nata).

NBC Latino (November 2012): “Three Simple Recipes for Turkey Leftovers” (Elena Ruz Sandwich).

Heritage Radio Network (September 2012 ): “Meet Your Maker with Rachel Wharton” (Cocina Latina).

New York Magazine (October 2012): “Winter Travel 2012: Bespoke Getaways” (wherein I get sent to Norway).

NYDaily News (October 2012): “El Museo Celebrates Death and Tradition” (printed issue).

Huffington Post (October 2012): “Latin American Recipes: Traditional Favorites”.

New York Times/Dining Section (September 2012): “Holding on To Heritage Before It Slips Away” by Rachel Swarns (featured).

Edible Brooklyn (Fall 2012): “Bread of the Dead” (printed issue).

Edible Manhattan (September/October 2012): “East Side Story” (printed issue).

NYDaily News (September 2012): “The Hispanic Sabor of The Essex Market” (printed issue).

NYDaily News (July 2012): “Bastille Day a la Mexicana” (printed issue).

Edible Manhattan (July/August 2012): “In the Barrio, a Flurry of Snow Cones” (printed issue).

NY1-Let’s Eat (July 2012): “Edible: Frio Frio Man Dishes Out Latin American Style Snow Cones” (television).

NYDaily News (June 2012): “El Barrio Eats!: Celebrating Boricua Pride in East Harlem” (printed issue).

Named finalist for Best Regional Cuisine Blog in Saveur Magazine’s Best Food Blog Awards: “A Sunbeam mixer started Ana Sofia’s journey back to her Cuban grandparents’ cooking, and from there to other Latin American cuisines. In her words, “Now that I’ve started pulling threads, I can’t stop.” We couldn’t be more pleased that she’s sharing her culinary expertise with us.” (May 2012): Featured blog in “5 Food Bloggers We Love”.

Edible Manhattan (March/April 2012): “Uptown, A Dominican Confection Makes Life Three Times Sweeter” and “No Passport Needed: In the Supermarket Case, Queso” (printed issue).

Latina Magazine (April 2012): “Brunchtime!: Host a Bright, Festive Easter Celebration-No Bunnies Required”: “Pelaez offers suggestion for hosting a festive Easter brunch” (printed issue).

NYDaily News (April 2012): “Chocolatier has sweet spot for DR” (printed issue).

NBC Latino (March 2012): “Latino Food Blogs We Love: Hungry Sofia”.

Cooking Channel’s All-Star Holiday Cookie Recipes (December 2011): Polvorones

Vista Magazine Holiday Issue (November 2011): “Delicias and a slice of life makes this blog a pleasure to read” (printed issue).

iVillage (September 2011): Featured blog in “Recipes from Our Favorite Latina Bloggers”.

Food Republic (March 2011): “Running with the Grains: Ditching Carbs for Latin American Super Grains”.

InStyle Magazine (Nov 2010): “223 Sites You’ll Love” (printed issue).

The Kitchn (Nov 2010): “Pan de Muerto: The Sweet Bread of the Dead”: “We love how Hungry Sofia describes the process of making this bread: “For dead bread, it was very much alive.”

Food 52 (Sept 2010): Featured blog on Reciprocity section: “It isn’t just the fascinating food genealogies or the beautiful pictures that make her site unique, it’s also her realistic approach to cooking.”

WBEZ Achy Obejas Citylife: Adventures in Urban Living (August 2010): “Brooklyn: Red Hook Mercado”.

InStyle Magazine (July 2010): “101 Reasons to Smile this Season” (printed issue).

Stay Hungry Campaign (May 2010): Food People Launch on the Cooking Channel.

Three Guys from Miami (March 2010): Food Photo of the Month.

The Daily Beast (Oct 2009): “Secrets of Dia de los Muertos”.

The Daily Beast (Sept 2009): “How Havana Perfected the Sandwich”.

Brokelyn (June 2009): “How to Shop the Mexican Grocery Aisles”


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  1. Wow! How impressive!

    23 June 2014

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