The Latin Kitchen appeals to Latinos who have a strong knowledge of their culinary heritage. But it also appeals to non-Latinos who have the same affinity for the flavors and tastes of Latin cooking.
Almost all of the content found on The Latin Kitchen is open to freelancers. And writers who impress editors early on may find themselves getting assignments and writing regularly for the publication. Regardless of what section you’re pitching, you should stick to these general guidelines:
It’s rare that an article will exceed 1,000 words, and while each contributor to the site has a distinct personality, first person is not typically used in articles. Before pitching an idea, use the site’s search function to make sure the topic you have in mind hasn’t already been covered. Also note that freelancers who submit their own high-resolution photographs stand a better chance at landing an assignment.
For more, read: How To Pitch: The Latin Kitchen
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