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on the second floor and still the tree is taller

on the second floor and still the tree is taller

Pastelon (otherwise known as Puerto Rican Lasagna) by The Noshery...I made this dish after seeing it on Diners, Drive Ins and Dives....it's do die for!  Labor intensive but worth the work.  I'm dying to try and make  it using ground chicken & chicken chorizo since I no longer eat beef.  Enjoy!!

Pastelón (Sweet Plaintain “Lasagna”)

Natural Phenomenon Bioluminescent Bay at La Parguera on Vieques Island in Puerto Rico

Bioluminescent Bay at La Parguera on Vieques Island, Puerto Rico.

El Yunque Rainforest in Puerto Rico. So crazy to think I've been here. I can still hear the "CoKee"(:

What to do in Puerto Rico: El Yunque Rainforest Waterfalls

Top Ten things to do and see in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Top Ten: San Juan Puerto Rico (Top Ten Things to Do and See in Puerto Rico

Picadillo Puertorriqueño  Basic Recipe    1 lb. lean ground beef  ¼ cup ready made sofrito  ½ cup diced onions  ½ cup diced bell pepper (green and yellow or red)  ½ cup chopped cilantro  2 recao leaves  ¼ cup sliced olives  1 tbsp. capers  salt and pepper to taste  4 oz tomato sauce

El Boricua, a bilingual , cultural publication for Puerto Ricans

taino indians | The Taíno are extinct - Page 2

Arawak Indians (Taino Indians) from South America in Venezuela (Late or Early century)

For the Love of Puerto Rican Cuisine. Sancocho. Beef stew puerto rican style. Serve with white rice.

For the Love of Puerto Rican Cuisine – Part 2

1979 Bacardi ad with recipe.  I actually had a neighbor that used to make this for parties. It was very sweet but pretty good.

1979 Bacardi ad with Bacardi Rum Cake recipe

7 of 35 Pilón, But this is still the best use for one. | 35 Things Puerto Ricans Know To Be True 35 Things Puerto Ricans Know To Be True Take a trip to Puerto Rico. From salsa and bomba y plena to the coqui, mofongo, bioluminescent bays, Old San Juan, and everything else that makes you proud to be Boricua.

35 Things Puerto Ricans Know To Be True 35 Things Puerto Ricans Know To Be True Take a trip to Puerto Rico. From salsa and bomba y plena to the coqui, mofongo, bioluminescent bays, Old San Juan, and everything else that makes you proud to be Boricua.

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