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White Sox Players Inspire New Latin American Dishes

By Ed Komenda | July 22, 2016 6:16am

ARMOUR SQUARE — Jose Abreu, Melky Cabrera and Jose Quintana have something new to bond over in the dugout. 

The first baseman, left fielder and pitcher each have a Latin American dish named after them.

The White Sox and Ald. Roberto Maldonado (26th) unveiled three Latino dishes inspired by the Sox players and created by three of Chicago's best Latin restaurants. Each will be served at the 2016 Taste of Latin America festival, a celebration featuring cuisine from more than 20 of Chicago's hottest Latin restaurants.

Take a look at the White Sox dishes:

Jose Quintana's Colombian-Style Hot Dog

Created by chefs at Las Tablas Colombian Steakhouse, 2942 N. Lincoln Ave., this chorizo dog is served on a traditional bun and topped with chipotle mayo sauce, avocado sauce, pineapple sauce, cabbage and crushed potato.

Jose Abreu's Brochettas

This Brochette dish comes from La Havana Cafe, 2525 W. Division St. Take your pick of grilled brochette or skewer with beef, shrimp, chicken, pineapple, onion, green and red peppers. It's topped with Cruces Mangos Sauce.

Melky Cabrera Arroz con Pollo

This "all-in-one" meal from Venezuelan Bowl Grill, 2436 N. Lincoln Ave. includes chicken, rice and vegetables simmered together for a rich flavor.

2016 Taste of Latin America runs noon-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday on Division Street between California Avenue and Rockwell Street.

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