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#LaChiwinha en Puerto Rico le encanta el Chocolate Divine!

#LaChiwinha en Puerto Rico le encanta el Chocolate Divine!

Mallorca. We had this in Old San Juan, but it might be originally from Spain.

Pan de Mallorca (Mallorca Bread)

Pan de Mallorca (Mallorca Bread) ~ a sweet, fluffy, buttery egg bread. It originates from Ensaïmades bread from the Spanish island of Majorca.

Puerto Rican bread pudding. A delicious and easy to make bread pudding recipe that is as good as it looks. This is a traditional dessert that is very popular in Puerto Rico.

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with Budín de Pan

Make Vegan/GLUTEN FREE Puerto Rican bread pudding. A delicious and easy to make bread pudding recipe that is as good as it looks. This is a traditional dessert that is very popular in Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rico Nuestra Señora de la Providencia Patrona de Puerto Rico localizada en la Catedral del Viejo San Juan

Our Lady of Divine Providence The patron saint of Puerto Rico. The child Jesus is asleep on her lap.

Orunmila, also known as Ifa, is the orisha of divination who, along with Eleggua, witnessed the birth of creation, and is thus the orisha who knows where our fates will lead us.

Orunmila, also known as Ifa, is the orisha of divination who, along with…

Recao is one of the ingredients used to make Sofrito. A flavorful compliment to rice, soups and stews.

recao, I grew so much of this in my home in PR. You are lucky . I have to use cilantro as a substitute here in Oregon . We found it everywhere in El Barrio . especially en La Marqueta

Puerto Rican Pineapple Upsidedown Cake  The rum and coconut flakes makes this cake very, very nice!

Pineapple Upside Down Cake - A tasty easy to make pineapple cake the best Pineapple Upside Down cake that I’ve ever made. It is also quick and easy. The cake is very moist and rises much higher than the average recipe (Luau Food Pineapple Upside Down)

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Exploring The Great Ocean Walk – What You Should Bear In Mind

Palm Trees - Growing up in CA they were everywhere when we went to the beach. My favorite beach Santa Barbara has palm trees aligning the main road next to the sand. I love palms!

Arepas de coco are one of my favorite street foods in Puerto Rico. One of my favorite treats is seafood salad and a crispy coconutty arepa de coco. There is something magical about fry bread. Well let’s be honest frying is a magical thing. Put aside that fact that it’s not friendly to the waistline, fried...

Arepas de Coco

Arepas de coco are one of my favorite street foods in Puerto Rico. Use Thermy to mix and knead.

Soft Puerto Rican Sweet Bread Rolls...{Mallorca Bread}

Mallorca Bread: Soft Puerto Rican Sweet Bread Rolls

Mallorca Bread: Soft Puerto Rican Sweet Bread Rolls by Nickles Nickles Valk Chuah Noshery

Atabey is the Supreme Goddess of the Taínos (Native peoples of the Caribbean during the pre-Columbian era) and is one of two supreme deities in their religion. She was worshipped as the goddess of fresh water and fertility. This deity was one of the most important for the native tribes that inhabited the Caribbean islands of the Antilles, mostly in Puerto Rico (Borikén), "La Hispaniola" a.k.a Dominican Republic and Haiti (Kiskeya), as well as Cuba (Cubanacan).

Atabey is the Supreme Goddess of the Taínos (Native peoples of the Caribbean…

Blue & white doors in San Juan, Puerto Rico, #turquoise

Nice contrast of the white doors against the blue-green wall - San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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