A Taste of Puerto Rico: Traditional and New Dishes from the Puerto Rican Community

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Plume, Apr 11, 1997 - Cooking - 288 pages
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Encompassing the history, the heritage, and the future of Puerto Rican cuisine, Ortiz traces the influence of native Taino culture, Spanish conquerors, African slaves, and American merchants. Dispelling the myth that Puerto Rican cooking begins and ends with rice and beans, she presents over 200 recipes that reflect the culinary diversity of the island itself.

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Contents

Introduction
A Historical and Culinary Journey 1
The Puerto Rican Pantry 7
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