BELatina TV Continues to Give Latinos Access to Tools and Tips That Makes Their Lives Better – Watch the Latest Episode Here

BELatina TV, the hit lifestyle national television show created for U.S.-based Latinos, recently aired an exciting new episode featuring a range of guests. Among them was Nielsen-Massey Vanillas, a family business that has been producing high-quality vanilla products for over a century. 



Nielsen-Massey Vanillas is on a mission to delight people with nature’s finest-tasting vanillas and flavors, and they’re respected and trusted to deliver this to the world. Their products include pure vanilla, extracts, pastes, beans and unique flavorings. They’re also experts on how people can achieve the best possible flavors in what they prepare with their products. They’re committed to sustaining the plants, people, and communities that supply their ingredients because their interests are inseparable. 

During the episode, hosts James and Karent explored vanilla tastings and food pairings, as well as recipe ideas for mixology and baking. They were joined by industry expert Matt Nielsen, who provided insight into the world of vanilla and shared some of his favorite recipes and tips. 

The episode also featured a discussion about co-parenting in multicultural families, with a focus on the TalkingParents app. This platform provides parents with a way to communicate about all parenting topics, from scheduling to doctor appointments, while also monitoring and saving all communication. The app also allows minors to send and receive messages to both parents while keeping those messages separate from adult discussions. 

The episode wrapped up with a special performance by Paola Guanche, a Cuban American singer who rose to stardom after winning the voice contest La Voz Kids in 2013. Her powerful voice and captivating stage presence had the audience on their feet. 

Overall, the episode was a great mix of informative and entertaining content, featuring expert guests and top-notch brands. BELatina TV continues to be a must-watch for anyone interested in Latino culture, food, and lifestyle. 

Where can you watch it?

The episode will air on May 3rd at 7:30 AM PST/ET. It will also air on History En Español at 7:30 A.M. PST/EST and FYI at 6:30 A.M. PST/ET on May 19th. 

After that, it will be available to stream indefinitely on  

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