Jersey City, NJ – February 5,
2018. Hudson County Community College (HCCC), the award-winning institution
with campuses in Jersey City and Union City, NJ, has partnered with Nexos
Latinos® in the premiere edition of a celebrity cookbook, Delish-ioso: A Collection of
Latino Chef and Celebrity Recipes. The cookbook, which is available in
English and Spanish, is a fun and innovative way to enjoy recipes, celebrity
culinary secrets and Latino culture, while giving back to the community. To
that end, for every book sold, a portion of the net profit will be donated to
the HCCC Foundation to benefit the HCCC Culinary Arts program and the College’s
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management program is nationally recognized for
excellence, and is ranked eighth “Best Culinary School” in the U.S. by College
Choice. HCCC is designated as a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI), one of
only 275 colleges and universities in the U.S. recognized as such by the
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU). By partnering on this
cookbook, the College will benefit from a portion of the net profits, and have
the ability to continue awarding deserving students financial scholarships.
"I've been in the culinary
industry for over 45 years, and not a day goes by that I don't see the passion
and commitment to excellence of our students,” said Paul Dillon, Associate Dean
of Business, Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management. Dean Dillon said the HCCC Culinary Arts and
Hospitality Management program is one of just two in the region accredited by
the American Culinary Federation Accrediting Commission and the American
Culinary Federation Educational Foundation. HCCC students learn from
experienced chefs and hospitality managers in the College’s professional,
cutting- edge kitchens and facilities, and then go on to work in the best
restaurants and hotels in the U.S.
noted that this unique, bilingual cookbook incorporates the energy of Latino
chefs and celebrities in an entertaining way, inspiring readers to enjoy
traditional recipes, some with innovative twists, while learning fun facts
about their favorite celebrities and entertainers.
Silvestre Dangond, Farruko,
Leslie Grace, Luis Coronel, Karla Martinez, Lorena Garcia, Ingrid Hoffmann,
Chef James, and Omar Giner, HCCC alumni and owner of La Isla restaurants in
Hoboken, are among the Latino celebrities sharing recipes that are dear to
their hearts as well as personal stories of their heritage and family memories
A Collection of Latino Chef and Celebrity Recipes. Together they bring
their culinary traditions to their fans in the U.S. with more than 45 recipes, in
Spanish and English.
Readers may learn celebrities’
secrets to making their favorite recipes, and experiment with traditional foods
given a new twist. They may taste flavors like Ingrid Hoffmann’s Fideuà and
Sangria, James Tahhan’s Super Churros, Lorena García’s Maduritos and Special
Mac & Cheese, Karla Martínez’s Tortilla Soup, Helen Ochoa’s Mexican Corn
Salad and Empanadas, Luis Coronel’s Special Salsa, Jonatan Sánchez’s Guacamole,
Jessica Carrillo’s Steak with Sauce, Silvestre Dangond’s Aji Salsa and Chuleta
Valluna, Jacob Forever’s black beans, Sharlene Taulé’s Tostones, Leslie Grace’s
Mangú, and Farruko’s Flan and Coquito, Vianney Rodríguez’s Mango Margaritas, as
well as Omar Giner’s Chicken and Rice recipe among others.
This Nexos Latinos celebrity
cookbook is also brimming with interesting cultural facts about everything from
the origins of nachos and ajiaco to the great debate about the real origin of
the Cuban sandwich, and from updating traditional dishes like flan and
guacamole to the history of Latino holidays, like Three Kings’ Day, and the Day
of the Dead. Each recipe is illustrated with stunning photographs of all the
dishes and the contributing stars. It’s sure to become a favorite in kitchens
and on coffee tables everywhere.
Key to the Delish-ioso cookbook is
Editor-in-Chief Donna Hernández. With over 20 years’ experience in the US
Hispanic market, Donna has helped give voice to this community throughout her
career. In 2010 she relaunched the Nexos Latinos brand and created the vision
and the voice for this publication bringing readers the best in Latino
Available in hard copy and eBook.
Hard copy is $35.00, plus get the eBook for FREE. eBook only, priced at $9.99.
Available direct from publisher at www.delishiosocookbook.com
. For sales, press and inquiries contact Eclipse Marketing Services, Inc., 240
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Nexos Latinos® is a bilingual-bicultural
publication that was created to educate and entertain Latinos in the U.S. about
the benefits of using cable technology, offering information about the best TV
programming available in Spanish and English, Internet and phone services
advances. Since 2009, Nexos Latinos has been the bridge between millions of
U.S. Hispanic households and their favorite Latino celebrities from Jennifer
Lopez and Sofia Vergara to Lionel Messi, among others. The publication has been
honored with over 13 awards from organizations like: Portada®, NAMIC, CTAM and
has won the Hermes Creative Award. Nexos Latinos is created and published by
Eclipse Marketing Services, Inc.
information and images please contact:
Jennifer Christopher, Hudson County Community College