Driving Home we had to stop to eat. Tito suggested a great place in Cayey con Lechon…. and when he said Lechon, he meant Lechon Related Articles
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Tourism in Puerto Rico is increasing steadily, with more than 3.7 million people visiting the country in 2016.
The flavor of Puerto Rico presents itself in many ways. You can find it in the way the people of this island nation love family, friends, and good conversation. It can be seen in the brightly-colored traditional clothing they wear and the fast-paced dance styles they prefer (merengue, plana, etc.). And it can be heard […]
Puerto Rican Kitchen Essentials If you go into the kitchen of a Puerto Rican person whether they live in San Juan, New York, Chicago or Florida, there are 10 items you will find in every one of those kitchens. You can’t cook Puerto Rican food for Puerto Rican Recipes if you don’t have these items. […]
Presented by the Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce of CFL’s Community Business Initiative Council and the City of Kissimmee Central Florida’s first Annual Pig Roast Competition and Festival will take place on Sunday, December 3, 2017 starting at 12:00 Noon at Valencia Community College – Osceaola County Campus This is a FREE community event which will […]
De la Tierra con Sabor es un libro vegetariano, con 247 recetas en 328 páginas, acompañadas de más de 400 photos a colores. Muchos de los ingredientes usados en las recetas son viandas, vegetales, frutas que se cultivan en Puerto Rico, además de arroz, habichuelas, pasta y productos de soya. Casi todos los productos se consiguen […]
Savory Puerto Rican Meat Dishes Puerto Rico, our favorite Caribbean island is well-known for its scenic natural landscape, diverse culture, and, of course, its savory meals. Puerto Rico is home to some of the tastiest dishes one can ever hope to experience. Puerto Rican meat dishes are particularly admired and loved for their brilliant and […]
Don Coqui is the most exciting Authentic Puerto Rican dining in all of the Tri-State area; owned and operated by third generation restaurateurs Jaleene and Jewelle Rodriguez, daughters of renowned restaurateur Jimmy Rodriguez, pioneer of the “Puerto Rican dinning-entertainment” experience in New York. Don Coqui’s elegant ambiance and purely authentic, enchantingly delicious cuisine provide the […]