La Ventanita: Netflix Street Food USA director Mariano Carranza

Netflix just lately launched a new period of their award-profitable collection, Avenue Food. The most current year focuses on the avenue foodstuff in America, and Mariano Carranza was the director of the Miami episode of Street Foodstuff: United states of america.

On the July 28 episode of La Ventanita, the Miami Herald foods podcast, my co-host Amy Reyes and I interview Carranza about how he went about choosing his subjects for the episode.

Carranza is a indigenous of Lima, Peru. But he did his homework when he experimented with to boil down what road meals usually means in Miami, and he had some appealing alternatives, from issues you might assume, like Cuban sandwiches and fritas, the Cuban hamburgers that at last get a countrywide highlight. To the unexpected, like the gentleman from Miami Gardens who sells souse out of his home — and his is a tale of redemption.

The present is pretty high high quality, the solution of govt producers who produced the James Beard Award successful series, “Chef’s Table.”

Plus we banter about the “fruit influencers” whose Redland tropical fruit went TikTok viral.

Tune in Thursdays at 11 a.m. to view La Ventanita dwell on YouTube and the Miami Herald web page. Uncover every episode of La Ventanita podcast at the present web site and on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Megaphone, Stitcher and at?v=V01uGj3hRLQ

This story was at first printed July 27, 2022 3:30 PM.

Miami Herald food items editor Carlos Frías is a two-time James Beard Award winner, such as the 2022 Jonathan Gold Community Voice Award for engaging the neighborhood with his foodstuff writing. A Miami indigenous, he’s also the author of the memoir “Take Me With You: A Solution Lookup for Family in a Forbidden Cuba.”