Welcome to la Familia
When you’re part of this family, it means much more than just sharing meals. Join us as we give back to our community, connect with passionate home cooks and prepare authentic recipes we love.
Supporting Future Hispanic Leaders
Less than 20% of Hispanic Americans have obtained bachelor’s degrees as of 2019.1
To address this, Rumba Meats partners with USHLI to provide 25 scholarships per year for Hispanic students and invests in the USHLI Student Leadership Series.
1 U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 2019 Annual Social and Economic Supplement.
Crowd-pleasing meals that are wholesome and delicious.
Mole de Olla with Beef Tongue
This smoky, spicy stew will bring you back to the kitchens of your childhood. Our receta is designed for an instant pot to save time.See Recipe
Tradition • Family • Flavor
La familia is much more than a bloodline. It’s connecting to our heritage and being part of a powerful community. We know that together we are more than just the sum of our parts because we always put the needs of the community first. In a world that moves faster than ever, tradition is what has kept la familia going strong for generations.
Rumba Meats is proud to make comidas tradicionales more accessible to the people that love them – because sharing a great meal isn’t just for holidays. The dishes we share every day reflect the culture we love and the traditions we cherish. We will continue to do everything we can to empower our community to cook, eat and live well. So pull up a chair and grab a plate, mi cielito. Because when tradition is on the table, la familia is as fuerte as ever.
Meet Our Family of Bloggers
Kate is a former professional chef turned food writer and photographer who has spent a lifetime in the kitchen. She is passionate about sharing the recipes that brighten her family’s days with the rest of the world. She is a mother of two, wife, and dog-lover. Kate lives with her family in Southern California where she writes her Mexican-Inspired food blog, ¡Hola! Jalapeño.View Profile
Rocio shares a deep connection with her strong Mexican and Honduran roots. She’s constantly seeking new and exciting ways to combine culture and cuisine. As a longtime lifestyle blogger and mother, Rocio is looking to share her experiences and the bright flavors of her hispanic heritage. You can find out more about Rocio and her favorite dishes at @larocioisabel.View Profile
Jamie is a Miami native, first-generation Cuban-American. She is the founder, recipe developer, and food photographer behind her blog, A Sassy Spoon. Jamie found her love of cooking from working in the kitchen alongside her mother, and is now bringing a twist to classic Cuban dishes with a bit of Miami hometown flare. Follow along on her culinary journey at @asassyspoon.View Profile
Belinda is a mother of two first and a foodie for the soul second. As a Mexican-American, she has created an extensive collection of homestyle recipes centered around the meals her abuela made for her. Belinda’s goal is to continue to shine a light on the traditions of her culture and bring people closer together one meal at a time. Check out her recipes at @homemade_always.View Profile
From Our Family Table to Yours
From the family menudo to traditional twists on quick weeknight dinners, celebrating heritage can happen in a wide variety of ways. Explore all the ways Rumba Meats can help you bring a little bit of tradición to your family table.
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