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daiquiri

Daiquiri

Legend tells us that American mining engineer Jennings Cox invented the Daiquiri for visitors in 1896, naming it in honor of the nearby v...

by Sharon Tyler Herbst

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mojito

Mojito

Combine lime juice, sugar, and loose mint leaves in glass; stir well, crushing mint slightly. Fill glass with crushed ice; stir in rum....

by Sharon Tyler Herbst

3449
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...

by Beverly Cox

3450
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...

by Beverly Cox

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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...

by Beverly Cox

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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...

by Beverly Cox

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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...

by Beverly Cox

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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...

by Beverly Cox

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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...

by Beverly Cox

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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...

by Beverly Cox

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