This collection of photos pertains to Hispanic foods. 

So Now, Let's Eat! | Periscope
So Now, Let's Eat! | Periscope

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What would you make with all of these foods? Try having a Hispanic feast at your school that uses a few, or all, of these Latin American foods.
Chili Peppers | Periscope
Chili Peppers | Periscope

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The chili pepper is used to flavor many Hispanic dishes. It was originally grown in South America, and it too was brought to Europe by Spanish explorers. From Europe, the chili found its way into...
Beans | Periscope
Beans | Periscope

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People in Central and South America have grown and eaten many kinds of beans for thousands of years. Ancient cultures such as the Inca ate beans as a major part of their diet. During the 1500s...
Chocolate | Periscope
Chocolate | Periscope

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Chocolate is one of the best-loved sweets in the world. It is made from the fruit of the cacao tree, a species native to Central and South America. The Aztec Indians of Mexico used the cacao beans to...
Plantains | Periscope
Plantains | Periscope

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A plantain looks like a large banana. It is a popular food in Central America and the Caribbean. Plantains can be eaten either green or ripe, but either way, they have to be cooked. When they are...