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Rachel Ray's Chicken Noodle Soup - Not so Latin Style but Mexican
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Besides of being a very active show with short interesting, sometimes very funny segments, I love Rachel Ray’s morning talk show because it is full of bright energetic colors. Everytime I watch the show I inmerse myself looking at her kitchen’s background and think about how they have combined those bright colors on TV to look so good. Even Rach’s clothes have been thought about I believe to look great and blend with the set.
To look for more information I visited her site on 11.20.07 and noticed that one of the recipes for the Chicken Soup Three ways (Latin Style) was not really “Latin” but Mexican. The ingredients called for tomatoes, chili powder and for garnish tortilla chips. Recipe is good and yumm-o just like she says, but lets not generalize that “Spanish” or “Latin” style means, chili, beans and tortillas. That just a no, no. Specially when each Latin country, including Spain has a unique broad style of dishes that should be recognized for and not blended once more into a melting pot.

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Posted by: Anonymous at January 3, 2008 12:35 PM

I think that it is an unecessary point you are trying to bring up. People in this country are always trying to play semantics. The fact is, is that most people who are latin in this country are Mexican. I don't think you should have wasted your time on such a silly "arguement".

 
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