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Recipes

The Best of Puerto Rican Food

Puerto Rican food is a mixture of African, Taino, and Spanish influences. They have their own take on creole food, which they call cocina criolla. This cooking style is not only popular with locals; tourists also frequent Puerto Rico to experience authentic creole dishes, as well. The country of Puerto Rico has different types of

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Puerto Rican Recipes

Caribbean Islands have a rich and flavorful dishes. And Puerto Rico is one of the best places for vacation. The island offers a superb relaxation adventures with soothing beach, comfortable and luxurious hotels, colorful festivals, and most especially the mouth-watering cuisines of Puerto Rico. Yes, part of the few reasons as to why people visited

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Dominican Republic’s Mofongo

When someone mentions the Dominican Republic, the first two things that will probably come to mind are Caribbean tours and beauty pageants. This, perhaps, is because the Dominican flag is most frequently seen in the Miss Universe pageant and in Caribbean tour brochures. Indeed, the Dominican Republic is home to captivating women and world-class tourist

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A Dinner Party With A Difference – Ever Had A Dominican Dinner Party?

  This dinner party idea is inspired by site I got to read about Dominica. At another site I read that Dominica “is not your ordinary fun-in-the-sun kinda island. It’s a mysterious, romantic, natural island where you will encounter a French-Creole culture with the overtones of a British heritage”. Dominica is a small island located

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Dominican Republic Food: What to Expect in Punta Cana

Posted in Recipes by Anthony Reynoso

Dominican Republic food is a mix of Spanish influences and those of the native Taino Indians. Columbus claimed and subsequently exploited the island on his first voyage in 1492. Many of those Spanish traits are still present and you will definitely notice a Latin American feel to the island and its cuisine. Seeing the way

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