Ropa Vieja, yes that means old clothes in Spanish, but in Cuba it’s also one of the most typical and tasty dishes.
It contains meat so Vegetarians should try something else. 386 more words
I picked up The Cuban Table – A celebration of food, flavors and history at the “New Book” section of the library. The recipes all sounded so great, I had to try one right away. 710 more words
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
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