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Foreign Flavours - Colombia: Ropa Vieja/Carne Desmechada & Plantain Empañadas + Avocado Sauce

Why  settle for ropa vieja when you can have ropa vieja empañadas? Right? Right!

I stumbled upon Erica Dinho’s mycolombianrecipes.com while looking into carne desmechada… 485 more words

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Una completa

I walked into Gigi’s Bakery with the sole intention of having a cortadito and a pastelito de guayaba. Instead, I left with an Ironbeer in hand and my pants unbuttoned. 263 more words

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Carne Mechada - Venezuelan Shredded Beef

 21/05/2016

Shredded beef is a key dish in Latin American cooking, from Cuba’s rather unappetizingly named but utterly delicious “ropa vieja” (“old clothes”) to Venezuela’s national dish Pabellon Criollo, where the beef is typically accompanied by white rice, black beans and slices of fried plantain. 424 more words

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Crockpot Ropa Vieja

As part of my Whole30 I decided I needed to spread my culinary wings a bit. Recipes, even those that met the criteria, were to be put on the back burner till the end forcing me to try new dishes. 308 more words

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PDX Eats: Cuban Happy Hour

Hilary: A couple of weeks ago, Ashley and I went on a sibling trip to Portland, OR, along with one of our brothers and his wife. 1,320 more words

The Savory Sisters

cooking burnout (and ropa vieja)

I don’t want to cook. Really now, the Eat24 app has been my BFF for the last few weeks. Between Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas and the long list of Holiday parties and events, I’ve been clocking some serious kitchen time. 411 more words

Gluten Free

Ropa Vieja

Here’s another one of our favorite Latin dishes…Ropa Vieja…a Cuban dish meaning ‘old clothes’ that takes a flank steak and braises it in a rich tomato broth with vegetables until the flank steak is so tender that you can pull it apart with a fork. 341 more words

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