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Hector Diaz wears reading glasses over his soft greenish-brown eyes to prepare café con leche in his kitchen, as salsa music pulses in from the dining area. Medium-framed with short salt-and-pepper hair and a mustache, the 64-year-old boasts that he's been drinking coffee since age 5.
He energetically whisks three teaspoons of sugar into the first muddy froth of Café Bustelo crema to rise from a stovetop Moka pot. Once the remainder percolates, he aerates warmed evaporated milk with the mesh plunger of a French press, combining the ingredients. The resulting cortadito, just a bit larger than an espresso shot, drinks thick, sweet and strong, embodying the stereotypical Latin-American persona.
For media inquiries, please contact Hector Diaz at the information below.
FOX21NEWS FOOD TRUCK FORECAST
Family owners, Hector Diaz & Elyse Diaz visit with FOX21NEWS' and offer an inside look into their food truck, Lucy I'm Home. Hector shares the history and ingredients that go into making the famous Cuban sandwich.
FOX21NEWS STUDIO VISITS
LUCY I'M HOME FOOD TRUCK
The crew from FOX21NEWS' Studio stops by the food truck to get a taste of Lucy I'm Home's signature, authentic Cuban sandwich, 'El Cubano'.
FOX21NEWS visits inside Lucy I'm Home's kitchen at their pick-up & patio location to enjoy more local favorite traditional Cuban cuisine.
+ Salsa Dance Lesson
FOX21NEWS features Lucy I'm Home's best-selling Cuban desserts made in-house daily by the talented & dedicated bakers.
Check out this custom cake creation of Cuba HERE!
* BONUS SALSA DANCE LESSON AT END
FOX21NEWS gets the inside scoop of all the flavors that go into Lucy I'm Home's recipe for authentic picadillo, crispy beef & chicken filled empanadas, and an old-fashioned traditional Cuban coffee prepared boldly rich and creamy, served to perfection.
The Diaz family, owners of Lucy I’m Home food truck, has taken over a small kitchen space at 390 N. Circle Drive (two blocks south of East Platte Avenue on Circle Drive). The tiny place is perfect for preparing the delicious Cuban sandwiches and empanadas for takeout. There is a small counter with a few stools for seating.