Nueva New York is "the complete blog to Latino life in the five boroughs." Looks like they're just getting started, hopefully it'll become a great Latino food resource. I love this bit from a recent post:
Trade Fair supermarket, the amazingly international chain of stores owned by an amazingly international (even by New York multiculti standards) Palestinian-Venezuelan-American family, is usually a fun place to shop for things Indian to Brazilian to Salvadoran to organic.
But do they really have to stock the whole frozen guinea pigs in the fruit pulp section, alongside frozen slabs of guanábana, mango and coconut? Someone could make a terrible milkshake mistake.