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Richard Sandoval talks Latin cooking, recipes

Richard Sandoval, chef and founder of Richard Sandoval Restaurants, has had a busy year. He's opened two new D.C. restaurants — Mango Tree and Toro Toro — and recently released his new cookbook, “New Latin Flavors: Hot Dishes, Cool Drinks.”

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