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    Chef Luis Aguilar

    Member since Mar 2010

    Chef #6675

    From Minneapolis

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    About Me

    Executive chef and owner of Chef Luis International, LLC 

    The Dancing Gourmet, Minnesota's premier NUEVO LATINO CATERER, was born in St. Paul, MN to Mexican parents and moved to Minneapolis in his early childhood. After high school he moved to South Florida to pursue a career in ballroom and latin dancing.

    The critically acclaimed Warehouse District is where Chef Luis set the Mpls restaurant scene on fire with his innovative hot sauces, Backdraft & Tropical Fire and now his approach to Latin Cuisine...

    Latin cuisine occupies one of the first places among the world gastronomies, due to its exceptional richness and the enormous variety of its ingredients. Its originality is closely linked to Mexico?s history, for it is the result of the merging of two great cultures --the Mesoamerican and the Spanish-- and constitutes a splendid manifestation of the Latinos? temperament and creativity.

    Now the MINNEAPOLIS LATIN is blazing a trail with his cuisine in Catering to Mpls & St. Paul. Opened since February 1997, and at the Officers' Club Chef Luis already has the critics raving. An endless source of energy, he is working on a dual language cookbook for his style of cuisine.
    Click on the link below for his interview with an author/screenwriter

    http://www.prweb.com/releases/2004/2/prweb106570.htm

    Favorite Foods

    My favorite dish, probably Andalusian Paella with many different types of seafood, chorizo, and chicken and all cooked differently for their own distinct flavors.

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