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arroz-frito

Arroz Frito

The first Chinese immigrants arrived in Cuba as coolies (indentured servants), imported by Spanish settlers in the mid-1800s to work in t...

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creamy-pumpkin-soup

Creamy Pumpkin Soup

Located in a charming, eclectically decorated bungalow with a tiny, lush garden terrace, La Esperanza is one of Havana’s most stylish pal...

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cuban-bread-croutons

Cuban Bread Croutons

In a heavy skillet, heat about ½ inch of oil. When the oil is hot enough that a small cube of bread sizzles when dropped in the oil, add...

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cuban-style-pork-chops

Cuban-Style Pork Chops

The first pigs arrived in Cuba when Columbus landed on the island in 1492, and pork has been a favorite meat since those early days. Cuba...

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achiote-flavored-olive-oil

Achiote-Flavored Olive Oil

Achiote, also called annatto, is used throughout the Caribbean and Latin America as a coloring and flavoring for food. The small, hard, b...

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la-ideals-cuban-sandwich

La Ideal’s Cuban Sandwich

Located in what was once an old grocery store, La Ideal is a favorite neighborhood hangout for members of Tampa’s Cuban-American communit...

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roast-pork-loin

Roast Pork Loin

Traditionally, a whole roast suckling pig is served for family gatherings on Nochebuena (Christmas Eve), but for today’s smaller families...

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pan-cubano

Pan Cubano

When she was growing up in Las Villas, Juanita Plana remembers that the top of each warm, fragrant loaf from the local panaderia was deco...

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small-beef-empanadas-with-yuca-crust

Small Beef Empanadas with Yuca Crust

Yuca (also called cassava) is a starchy root vegetable that has been a Cuban staple since before Columbus arrived in 1492. The island’s o...

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beef-picadillo

Beef Picadillo

Picadillo is a spicy, but not “hot,” chopped or ground meat dish that falls somewhere between hash and mincemeat. It is usually made with...

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