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11 Latino Drinks and Food to Keep You Warm the Rest of Winter

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Here we are, mid-January and we’re freezing our asses off. Luckily, these Latino drinks and foods can warm us up stat.

Api Morado

#apimorado #pasteldequeso #bolivianisima #bolivianfood #breakfast #desayuno @mao1908 @marquino17

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The purple corn in the soothing Bolivian drink is super comforting when that horrible winter comes a knocking. It’s like something sent from heaven.

Cafecito

#cafeconleche #cafecito #cafeconlechedesoja #relax #semanasdelluvia #donosti #paisvasco ⛈

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If you like a strong jolt of caffeine while warming up your frozen throat, a cafecito Cubano will hit the spot.

Pozole

Pretty sure no one needs convincing to down a couple bowls of this amazing stuff on a cold day. Am I right?

READ: Mom’s Ways of Keeping Us Warm Were Pretty Ingenious

Menudo

Because Cubans are known for more than their coffee. Surprise, surprise. ?

Chocolate Abuelita

Of course you can always just eat the chocolate (yum!), but mixing it into a warm, non-caffeinated drink first thing on a cold morning sounds so nice, yeah?

Sopa de Bola

Ecuadorian Soup… #SopaDeBola #EcudorianFood #Ecuador #IncaKola

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From the hot broth to the burning platano ball, this soup has warmth written all over it.

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Asopao

This soup is great because you can change the shrimp for chicken and it will still be just as amazing.

Atole

You can always make yourself a pot of this corn flour-based nectar of the gawds!

Champurrado

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Or you can enjoy this cousin of atole with the added benefit of chocolate, just know it’s almost a sin to have without a bolillo to dip.

Café de Olla

#cafedeolla #mexico #CDMX #mexicancoffee #tradition #colours #blue #food #beverage #cinnamon #sweet #hot

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And, of course, you can keep it super old-school and just enjoy some café de olla.

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Someone's Spider-Man Comic Book Screwup Pissed Off Latinos

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Someone’s Spider-Man Comic Book Screwup Pissed Off Latinos

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Comic book writers Jose Molina and Nick Lowe were riding high when the latest issue of the relaunched comic The Amazing Spider-Man hit stores. The issue follows Spider-Man as he fights evil in Cuba. But, in their rush to print the issue, they made one critical mistake – within the FIRST panel.

Jose Molina, the Puerto Rican writer of the newest The Amazing Spider-Man comic, was so excited for its release.

https://twitter.com/JoseMolinaTV/status/684869059830099969

And he should be, because Spider-Man goes to Cuba, which is a big deal.

But check out the first few panels of Spider-Man crawling around Cuba. Notice anything off?

Remember, Spider-Man is supposed to be in Cuba…

READ: If Spider-Man is Now a Black Latino in Comics, Why Will He Stay White in Movies?

That’s right. The flag proudly waving in the Cuban winds is actually Puerto Rico’s flag.

#embarrassing ?

The gaffe prompted Molina to publicly apologize.

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“I HAVE TO APOLOGIZE fro the mistake that appeared in issue 1.2 of #AmazingSpiderMan, which I wrote and which hit stores today,” Molina tweeted. “As a Puerto Rican born-and-raised, I can’t tell you how embarrassed I am by this mix-up. It was an honest mistake; I can’t explain how it happened.”

The editor of the comic, Nick Lowe, immediately offered to correct the issue.

Even to the point of redoing the comic and re-releasing it with the correct flag.

READ: A Real Mexican Superhero is Saving Lives One Pedestrian at a Time

And they made good on their promise giving Cuban Spider-Man fans the Cuban flag they expected.

Nice job, guys.

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