Our November cooking column is a veritable extravaganza of global cuisine! Maricel E. Presilla’s Gran Cocina Latina: The Food of Latin America roams from Mexico to Argentina, from Cuba to Brazil. Cooking columnist Sybil Pratt calls it
Journalist and columnist Miguel Sousa Tavares (1950-) threw himself at writing novels with "Equador" in 2003. It had such a success that a new edition occurred in the same year, and ended up to be released internationally (Brazil, Holland, Germany, Czech Republic, Spain and Latin America).
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A logo sits behind a display of fibre optic cable inside the headquarters of Portugal Telecom SGPS SA in Lisbon, Portugal, on Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013. Portugal Telecom SGPS SA, the country's biggest phone company, agreed to merge with Brazilian affiliate Oi SA, creating a carrier with almost $17 billion in sales and 100 million customers to bulk up in Latin America. Photographer: Mario Proenca/Bloomberg
We find it all over the Caribbean, with small variations but always the same result, a light and delicious dish.Pastelón de Yuca, a dish whose origin is the subject of some friendly dispute among Dominicans, Cubans and other inhabitants of the Caribbean islands. Yuca, or cassava, originates in South America and was one of the most used staples in pre-Columbian times.