I grew up in El Salvador.
So my grandma taught me how to cook my tea.
I used to sell in El Salvador.
I came to America when I was 22 years old.
I guess the best journey for me was to start making what I love
to do, which is we've all heard.
But in every city there are Latino chefs who proudly wrap their
culture in the kitchen.
We hit the streets to find them and tell their stories.
This is my name is Wendy Centeno and I'm the owner of food trucks
When I started food truck.
It was really hard for me.
People didn't know what I was.
Hi guys, I'm and my agenda is simple.
Find the best Latin food in L A.
What would you say are, is corn stuffed tortilla.
You make it by hand inside, you can stuff it with whatever it
is your choice, you eat it with the which is uh pi cabbage and
the red salsa and you eat it with your fingers.
Now with fork now with knife.
What did you make today?
We made and wait for it?
These are right here.
My God, great food is meant to be shared with loved ones.
It was just so good.
So my friend Eric came down to eat it with me being my own boss
It means a lot to me.
Yes, it's, it keeps me up all night.
Sometimes we're 12 women because men didn't wanna work with
They just can with Salvadorian woman.
Authenticity is really important for me.
I'm using all my family recipes.
When people try our food, I want them to feel love my culture
and my passion for the food.
We are opening our first location tomorrow in the city of Montebello
It's our dream come true.