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Vino Tinto


Since I moved here from Chicago I have loved Kissimmee. These mom and pop shops are hard to find, but truly worth searching for.


I was greeted immediately with a smile and a good morning. 136 more words

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Road Trip Baptism

San Diego, Ca to Phoenix, Az

April 15-17th 2016

Let me get this straight before the title confuses some folks.  No, this is not a post about a new sacrament into the realms of some road trip religious cult.   734 more words

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Bricks and stew: Jersey City

Between the Pulaski Skyway and the Holland Tunnel sits Jersey City, one of those old urban conclaves of northern New Jersey. When I first knew the place, my great-grandmother lived there in a Victorian multi-story house filled with antimacassars and little glass dishes of hard candy. 1,073 more words

La Casita Blanca


Many people think that in order to enjoy a delicious meal one would need to eat in an elegant restaurant: to sit on a table with a white tablecloth, to have shiny glasses ready to be filled with wine, look over beautiful centerpieces and a cloth napkin covering your silverware while listening to a slow music from Beethoven. 674 more words

San Juan

Restaurant Review: Sazon (NYC)

Official site: http://www.sazonnyc.com/

Score: 3.5/10

Seems like a better place for drinks than dinner. Unfortunately, I came here for dinner.

We had the ropa vieja (shredded beef stew) and the churrasco (skirt steak). 43 more words

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Tostones (Fried Plantains)

I have never had plantains in my life. So when my hubby made these I was a little unsure. But they are really yummy. He fries them not once, but twice and then you dip them in ketchup, weird I know. 428 more words

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Sofrito Recipe

Yesterday I wrote about the awesomely delicious crock pot meal I conjured up for dinner. It was my mama’s recipe, so that’s probably why it was so amazing. 237 more words

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