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EL BORICUA
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Dedicated to the descendants of Puerto Ricans

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Borinquen, Folklore and traditions -

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On our website we post a sampling of the different topics and recipes we publish monthly. We do not have a recipe book. Subscribe to our online publication to get all our recipes.

 



 

 

 

 

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I love cooking Puerto Rican . . . l love the ingredients, the smell, the taste, and the fact that my family loves it. Since I live away from a Puerto Rican community and there is no large local market for Puerto Rican or Caribbean foods, I have to plan ahead and shop for our ingredients in a store that carries specialty foods. Now not all Latin markets carry our stuff. In Texas Latin means Mexican, few stores carry our ingredients. Last year I was not able to find canned corned beef hash anywhere for months. Puerto Rican Corn Beef Hash is a comfort food, it is called Carne Bif, and it is usually served with white rice and fried plantains. Our version of corn beef hash is Riqueño style - that means made to fit our taste. We use sofrito, tomato sauce, olives and capers, and potatoes. I grew up eating Carne Bif regulary. It is really a simple dish to prepare. Follow the recipe on our site at: http://www.elboricua.com/carnebif.html

Past food posts can be found in Ivonne's Flood Blog.

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Soy Boricua, mi amor es - Puerto Rico.

We hope that you enjoy this site and that it will take you back to our ancestral land.

¡Ay le lo lai, le lo lai . . . . . !

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