Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack

Yvette is a top Latina food blogger near Denver, Colorado. She’s also a sought after brand spokesperson because of her delicious home-style Mexican recipes and beautiful food styling and photography.

Yvette learned the art of delicious homemade Mexican cooking from her mom and grandmother. In honor of her two favorite people and her strong Mexican heritage, the blog MuyBuenoCookbook.com was created. It is there where Yvette shares generations of cherished family recipes, travel adventures and DIY projects with her 175,000 visitors a month and large social media following. Facebook: 22,700 followers, Pinterest: 10,600 followers, Twitter: 6,200 followers, Instagram 12,400 followers, YouTube 5,300 subscribers

Her work has been featured in Latina Magazine, Cosmo For Latinas Magazine, today.com, nbc.com, buzzfeed.com, designsponge.com, popsugar.com, saveur.com, PeopleEnEsspañol.com, BetterHomesandGardens.com, TheHuffingtonPost.com, Cosmopolitan, siempremujer.com and Parade. She’s authored two books, Muy Bueno: Three Generations of Authentic Mexican Flavor and Latin Twist: Traditional & Modern Cocktails.

Yvette’s beautiful cooking videos have been featured on the popular tastemade.com, a global video community of food and travel lovers. She’s also been an on-camera digital host and brand spokesperson for Unileiver, Land O Lakes, General Mills, Knorr, Smirnoff, Herdez, Craft, Avocados from Mexico, Eggland’s Best, California Strawberries, Kroger, Domino Sugar, Bud Light, Kitchen Aid and Las Palmas. Her talents certainly go beyond on-camera work. Most recently Yvette won an Emmy Award for writer/producer in the Short Program Category for Day Of The Dead Celebration- a holiday when Mexicans remember and honor deceased loved ones.

Yvette has appeared on Telemundo’s daytime talk show Un Nuevo Dia, the popular Facebook lifestyle series LittleThings.com (10 million followers), the national talk show Daytime, Fox31 in Denver, ABC7 in El Paso and on Estrella TV in San Francisco. Her proudest public moment was when she appeared on a YouTube live stream with First Lady Michelle Obama to discuss issues impacting Hispanic families. As a mother, Yvette’s especially concerned with making sure all children have access to healthy food and know where their food comes from. Thirteen million kids in the U.S. struggle with hunger and in 2012, Yvette was honored to participate in a live round-table discussion with Mrs. Obama to discuss some of the issues impacting Hispanic families across the nation, including the health and future of our children. As a result of her mission, Yvette has been an active supporter of Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign.

Just like her Mom Vangie and Grandma Jesusita, Yvette is creating childhood culinary memories for her son and daughter.

And that’s “muy bueno “(very good)!