The 9 Puerto Rican foods and drinks you need to know

The 9 Puerto Rican Foods and Drinks You Need to Know

Food Republic’s column Ask Your Butcher seeks to answer FAQs in the world of butchery. Ethically minded butcher Bryan Mayer founded Philadelphia’s Kensingt

Piña Colada, the national drink of Puerto Rico since 1978 and enjoyed on beaches and sunbeds around the world. A complimentary blend of rum, coconut and pineapple combine beautifully. Served in a Poco Grande glass (also known as a hurricane glass) and garnished with fresh pineapple and a cocktail cherry, this drink really is a summer classic.

Piña Colada Cocktail Recipe

Piña Colada, the national drink of Puerto Rico since 1978 and enjoyed on beaches and sunbeds around the world. A complimentary blend of rum, coconut and pineapple combine beautifully. Served in a Poco Grande glass (also known as a hurricane glass) and gar

Jibarito Recipe: Puerto Rican sandwich with steak using plantains instead of bread!

Jibarito Recipe (Puerto Rican Plantain Sandwich)

Jibarito Recipe: Puerto Rican sandwich with steak using plantains instead of bread!

The Exotic Ninja drink of the week is the Banana Hammock. Click to learn more about this delicious drink and to find the best cocktail recipes on the web.

I want to find a good Pina Colada Julius recipe. I'll give this a try //Pina Colada (orange) Julius recipe-

Give the Old fashioned a little twist with some dark rum. It goes perfectly with the zesty orange to make a deeply-flavoured short cocktail.

Rum old fashioned

Rum Old Fashioned Give the Old fashioned a little twist with some dark rum. It goes perfectly with the zesty orange to make a deeply-flavoured short cocktail.

Puerto Rican Hot Chocolate  http://angelrios.wordpress.com/2008/01/19/puertorican-style-hot-chocolate/  Also watch video at this site:   http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uZgaxn-D4Co_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DuZgaxn-D4Co

Dulces Tipicos Chocolate Cortes, the best Chocolate in the world ,Cortes Chocolate Puerto Rico. Still make this for my boys.

The 9 Puerto Rican foods and drinks you need to know

The 9 Puerto Rican Foods and Drinks You Need to Know

Puerto Rico food Lechón What is it? Think Hawaiians know pig roasts? You ain't seen a pair of Puerto Rican pit masters haul a hog — with a steel spit through it head to tail

Puerto Rican Coconut Eggnog

Coquito (Puerto Rican Coconut Eggnog)

Coquito (Puerto Rican Coconut Eggnog) ~The best and easiest Puerto Rican coquito recipe made with no eggs. A creamy coconut beverage perfect for Christmas. Includes tips for virgin and low-alcohol variations.

AMERICANcocktails.com - DonQ Gran Anejo Puerto Rican Rum Review

AMERICANcocktails.com - DonQ Gran Anejo Puerto Rican Rum Review

Coquito is the traditional Puerto Rican Christmas drink that is no other than an…

Coquito is the traditional Puerto Rican Christmas drink that is no other than an eggnog with rum flavored with coconut.

Get a few tasty Puerto Rican rum recipes, and check out some fun and informative videos about the history of this deliciously versatile spirit!

Tasty Puerto Rican Rum Recipes and the History of The Spirit

Get a few tasty Puerto Rican rum recipes, and check out some fun and informative videos about the history of this deliciously versatile spirit!

Coquito | Puerto Rican Coconut Nog - TheNoshery.com

Coquito | Puerto Rican Coconut Nog

Christmas means it's time for coquito! Coquito is a rich creamy coconut and rum drink that is served in Puerto Rico for Christmas.

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