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I LOVE YOU WEBSITE IT'S GREAT,AND I'M A PUERTO RICAN AND ITALIAN GIRL FROM THE BRONX WHO RECENTLY GOT MARRIED AND MOVED AWAY FROM HOME SO IT'S GREAT TO FIND RECIPES FOR ME TO COOK FOR MY FAMILY ESPECIALLY MY HUSBAND SINCE HE IS FROM AFRO AMERICAN DECENT. I LOVE YOUR WEBSITE.
ZAIDA VIRUET GREENE RIVERA <MSFASHIONZ@AOL.COM>
NACOGDOCHES, TX USA - Tuesday, December 31, 2002 at 04:38:19 (CST)
I just love your website. It is absolutely awesome. I was just wondering, who invented Mavi? Does anyone know how to make it? I do not see it anywhere and I just love it.
zlove <zlove419@hotmail.com>
New York, ny USA - Sunday, December 29, 2002 at 15:08:23 (CST)
The website address referred to in the previous entry is: homepage.mac.com/maxdreyer
Max Dreyer
USA - Thursday, December 26, 2002 at 16:06:24 (CST)
My wife's Puerto Rican family loved the Pasteles I made them for Christmas this year! She has 3 sisters and none of them ever made them before, including their mother. I tried getting them to learn their grandmother's recipe, but unfortunately she passed away and it was too late. DONT LET THIS HAPPEN IN YOUR FAMILY! Thank you for helping us to keep this tradition alive. I documented the entire process on our homepage under 'Christmas Pasteles'.
Max Dreyer <maxdreyer@mac.com>
Petaluma, CA USA - Thursday, December 26, 2002 at 15:58:06 (CST)
You have a very interesting site. Your recipes are easy to follow. Thank you Gilbert Alabama
Gilbert Vazquez <gil_vaz@msn.com>
Trinity, AL USA - Wednesday, December 25, 2002 at 17:16:47 (CST)
I spent 4 hours looking for a recipe on Alcapurrias, I'm obbsessed with them, Thanks! Now I don't have to travel to North Jersey just to eat 'em, now I can make them whenever!
Jacky Ruiz <ILuvHippos02@sprintpcs.com>
Ventnor, NJ USA - Tuesday, December 24, 2002 at 01:43:33 (CST)
i am
linda figueroa <fig614322@aol.com>
staten island, ny USA - Sunday, December 22, 2002 at 19:32:04 (CST)
Great site both of my parents have passed away and with them many of these fine recipes, I made the Pasteles and they are mui sabroso! Next I'm going to try making Mofongo! Mmmm Keep it up this is a great site! Viva Boriqua!
Ronnie Maldonado <rmaldona@pacbell.net>
Encinitas, CA USA - Thursday, December 19, 2002 at 02:02:40 (CST)

hola,i love this website i am 15 and my husband's family is from puerto rico.but he's from mexico. and i was looking for some good recipes from purto rico and this really help. gracious,dana
dana leon <daynatanner684@msn.com>
twin falls, id USA - Wednesday, December 18, 2002 at 18:37:17 (CST)


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I think you have done a wonderful job with your website it is a great cultural keep up the good work. Pedro Rivera.
Pedro Rivera <p.rivera16@verizon.net>
Bronx, NY USA - Tuesday, December 17, 2002 at 16:36:19 (CST)
Thanks for all the recipes on your website. It reminds of cooking with my abuela as a child...hehehe. I'm trying to teach my gringo husband to eat like a boricua and it's working. Thank you.
Mary Romero <dave412@bellsouth.net>
Miami, Fl USA - Monday, December 16, 2002 at 16:43:54 (CST)
I was very excited to find this site because I was looking for some typical puertorican desserts to make over the holidays. These recipes are so simple to follow and from what I remember, they look like how my grandmother would have made them. I'm anxious to go home and try them. Thank you. I was wondering if you also had a recipe for Dulce de Coco?
Margie Echevarria <mecheweb@sbcglobal.net>
Houston, TX USA - Monday, December 16, 2002 at 13:59:39 (CST)
I too am expected to do the christmas dinner at home and although everyone is bringing dishes I want to surprize the family with something typical and unexpected. Thank you your site was 100% helpful I will definately share it and acutally I will recomend it to people non-hispanic who are always asking for spanish recepies. Happy Holiday.
YVETTE <yvellina>
New York City,, NY USA - Sunday, December 15, 2002 at 22:30:07 (CST)
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Las Vegas Nevada Warehouse, Nevada USA - Friday, December 13, 2002 at 23:29:48 (CST)
Man, I am so totally hype over your site because it's Christmas time and it's the 1st time in years that I'm going to actually start cooking some real Puerto Rican meals exactly how my mama and tia used to make. I have 2 children and they are really excited to finally learn to cook the Spanish way. (the help won't be bad either) I am so happy to have found your website because I was asked to make Coquito for our Christmas office party this year and I am really goin' to hook it up. Thanks for the great recipes.
Graciela Ortiz-Young <talk2ortiz29@hotmail.com>
Philadelphia, PA USA - Friday, December 13, 2002 at 13:14:29 (CST)
Juan. It's been 23 years since I've been to Puerto Rico and how I miss it. I often have cravings for the yuca pastele and your site has the receipt, HOW GREAT! Every thing from the sofrito to the aroz con gandlues is right on. My sons are 5 and 3 and they tell people they are Puerto Rican because they eat Puerto Rican rice. Thank you so much for this web-site, its almost home away from home!
Rebekah Baez <rebekahbaez@hotmail.com>
CO USA - Tuesday, December 10, 2002 at 11:43:15 (CST)
My name is Josh Rodriguez Davis, and Im 13. These recipes are great. I had to do a report on Arroz con Salchichas and this site was an awesome resource. Thanks, Josh
Josh Davis <joshdavis@att.net>
Santa Ana, CA USA - Monday, December 09, 2002 at 20:51:29 (CST)
i love Puerto Rico, and I hope that one day in the future I will visit my mom's birthplace in San Juan. Thanks for creating a website where I can enjoy my culture and view it's backgrounds. Jaci
Jacqueline martinez Cruz
Houston, Tx USA - Sunday, December 08, 2002 at 19:16:59 (CST)
I really like your web site very interesting
Mildred Bueno <mildred.bueno@fedex.com>
new york, ny USA - Wednesday, December 04, 2002 at 14:18:38 (CST)
I was raised in P.R and I love the food
Londa Tinoco <Mialex2167@aol.com>
Reading, Pa USA - Monday, December 02, 2002 at 13:03:21 (CST)
Thank you for this site! My husband and I are discussing about coquito for Christmas for our closest friends. We are away from home from the Bronx. We miss our families that make this special drink for Christmas. This site will help us how to make the coquito and other spanish dishes! Gracias! Que viva Puerto Rico!
Tamara <armywife8812@aol.com>
Tacoma, Wa USA - Saturday, November 30, 2002 at 03:10:10 (CST)
Thank you so much for this website! It was a very important part of my research for a children's book I am writing on Puerto Rican food. Que Viva Puerto Rico!
Edwin Roman <edwin_roman212@yahoo.com>
Bronx, NY USA - Sunday, November 24, 2002 at 22:26:34 (CST)
I just love your site. It is absolutely wonderful.
rosa gomez ubiles <kaylafa@hotmail.com>
san antonio, tx USA - Friday, November 22, 2002 at 20:33:09 (CST)
I was looking for a source that would ship yautia to California and found your wonderful site by accident. Great recipes, just like my mother made. Now I'm going to share them with my children. Keep up the great work!
Cris Bermudez-Colip <criscolip@yahoo.com>
Santa Cruz, CA USA - Friday, November 22, 2002 at 16:10:21 (CST)
If you have a e-news letter I would like to recieve. Muchas Gracias, Lilliam de Vieques
Lilliam Shuman <cometelobeauty@yahoo.com>
gardenville, NV USA - Friday, November 22, 2002 at 15:09:56 (CST)
There are very few places to get good authentic PR food here on the west coast. I have been longing for my grandmother's home cooking and have was so glad to find the recipe for pasteles de yuca!!! I am overjoyed to have found this site and it looks like I will be eating well this weekend ;-) Many thanks..
Michael Campolo <campolo39@msn.com>
Huntington Beach, CA USA - Wednesday, November 20, 2002 at 13:39:43 (CST)
Maria, I've added the PIQUE recipe to the mystery recipe page! Click on:
www.elagasse.com/mystery_recipe.html
Tony LaGasse, Webmaster
USA - Wednesday, November 20, 2002 at 09:00:00 (CST)
I really enjoyed your site. I just have one question. I have a friend who has a son that loves hot sauce. Well I have been looking at the other puertorican sites for the recipe to make hot sauce puertorican style. Can you help me? Thanks Maria
Maria Matos <mariamatos64@yahoo.com>
Lowell, MA USA - Tuesday, November 19, 2002 at 14:31:19 (CST)
THIS SITE SHOULD BE RENAMED SPANISH RECIPE'S FOR DUMMIES...IT'S REALLY COOL AND SIMPLE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IS USED..I COOK VERY WELL(MY FAMILY IS "VERYHEALTHY") BUT I ALWAYS LIKE TO SEE THE EXTRA OR LEFT OUT INGREDIENTS THAT ARE IN FOODS THAT I PREPARE...AND THE DRINKS THAT'S BASICALLY STYT..SEASON TO YOUR TASTE..GREAT SITE..
NILDA
ORLANDO, FL USA - Monday, November 18, 2002 at 15:35:28 (CST)
I am very impressed with your website. I was in need of the recipe for "Coquito" and you guys saved the day! I feel very proud of being puertorriquen and proud of my brothers and sisters whom created this wonderful site. Que Dios los bendiga!
Maldy <maldymar@hotmail.com>
New York, NY USA - Sunday, November 17, 2002 at 19:14:24 (CST)
Nice Decorations, I am looking for Puerto Rican Cuisine, I used to live in PR when i was a teen and forgot a lot of the recipies. Hey if you guys need pc's come to our site, we will offer our people in PR the same pricing. Josie Perez, Quebradillas PR located in Homestead, Florida
Josie Perez <petunia511@excite.com>
Florida City, FL United States - Thursday, November 14, 2002 at 21:59:33 (CST)
Enjoy very much.
Faye Davis <Floridawonder@aol.com>
Orlando, Fl. USA - Thursday, November 14, 2002 at 18:26:36 (CST)
Enjoy.
Faye Davis <Floridawonder@aoo.com>
Orlando, Fl USA - Thursday, November 14, 2002 at 18:24:45 (CST)
I absolutely love your recipes and your website. I once lived in Puerto Rico and I truly miss the food! Thanks for the recipes, I hope to be able to replicate the amazing arroz con gandules y las habichuelas guisadas that I miss so much. I'm a web site designer and I just have to say that your site is GREAT!!
Barbara Lopez <botero@unm.edu>
Albuquerque, NM USA - Tuesday, November 12, 2002 at 11:41:33 (CST)
This is the best english-language website on PR food I have found. I wish it had a section on pinon, I've been having trouble getting right(hint, hint). salud, amor y dinero, brian
brian
Los Angeles, CA USA - Saturday, November 09, 2002 at 22:59:48 (CST)
this site is awesome - not only are the recipes great but they're just what I was looking for! explained very well and the presentation is awesome as well - thanks!
Laurie <lauriekeaton@hotmail.com>
Clarkdale, AZ USA - Thursday, November 07, 2002 at 13:04:28 (CST)
I ordered your CDrom and was absolutely delighted with it! I liked the fact that I could watch the video several times to make sure I understood what to do. The instructions were also easy to follow. Now I can make an authentic pernil and arroz con gandules for Thanksgiving!
E. Kmech <elsiekmech@hotmail.com>
New York, USA - Wednesday, November 06, 2002 at 08:27:08 (CST)
What is url?, and what are the local favorite recipes in or about the n/west part of puerto rico,as i am a chef and am heading that way,what is the most delicious cuisine everybody is craving,do you have recipes i can have?,sincerely,Mark McALLister.aka, .....HEAVY
Mark McALLister <trestleheavy@aol.com>
capistrano beach, ca USA - Wednesday, November 06, 2002 at 00:25:07 (CST)
My aunt in Florida recommended the website. I really like it and hope more info is shared in the future. Thankyou Cindy C.
Cindy <croteau18@aol.com>
Round-O, SC USA - Saturday, November 02, 2002 at 08:33:21 (CST)
Your site was recommended by my sister-in-law (boricua) who lives in GA. I was pleasantly surprised to see such a wonderful website on Puertorican cuisine. Your presentation is very professional and "tasteful"! I was born in Puerto Rico, raised in New York and now reside in Florida. My mother taught me how to cook Puerto Rican food when I was young and it's my family's favorite. Que Viva Puerto Rico!! Keep the recipes coming so our younger generation can keep the tradition going.
Ligia
Ft. Lauderdale, FL USA - Friday, November 01, 2002 at 15:58:44 (CST)
I love this site and I sent it to all my family. Your recipes are so easy to follow, and delicious. My daughter who is away in college is learning how to cook and this help her a lot. Thank You!
Maria Otero <maguie627@aol.com>
Kearny, NJ USA - Thursday, October 31, 2002 at 17:41:02 (CST)
I was so happy when I found this website. My family is from PR. But I never learned how to cook Arroz con dulce. I found your website and used the recipe and it was....delicioso!!!!! THANKS for bring PR to Philly!!!
Madeline Matos
USA - Wednesday, October 30, 2002 at 10:09:02 (CST)
looking for pr dishes
maria <happyterican@aol.com>
philadelphia, pa USA - Wednesday, October 30, 2002 at 06:22:03 (CST)
THIS WEBSITE IS COOL, I LIKE IT. BUT I REEEEALLLY WANT TO KNOW IS HOW DO U TRANSLATE RECAO, U KNOW THE RECAO LEAVES. BECAUSE I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO MAKE MY OWN SOFRITO BUT I WOULD LIKE TO USE RECAO, BUT NO ONE KNOWS (CUZ IM RESIDING IN PHILLY FOR THE MOMENT, THERE ISN'T A LARGE HISPANIC COMMUNITY HERE) WHAT RECAO IS. SO SOMEBODY OUT THERE, PLEASE EMAIL WITH SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO GET RECAO LEAVES..THANKS FOR UR TIME, PEACE OUT
mimi <SH0RTY101LES@AOL.COM>
NEW YORK, NY USA - Tuesday, October 29, 2002 at 11:47:19 (CST)
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you... a thousand times over. Which by the way is how many times it has taken me using other PR Recipe sites... Thousands of tries and I thought I was doomed to NEVER be able to cook my new Husbands native dishes! YOUR site is the BEST!!! I can actually cook PR!!! (Smile)
Melissa Sanders-Rivera <Justiceseaker@yahoo.com>
Waukegan, IL USA - Sunday, October 27, 2002 at 20:10:24 (CST)
>>> Glad you asked, Liza, because we are proud to announce our debut CDROM that contains seven of the most requested Puerto Rican recipes! <<<

If you have a computer, then you will appreciate the fact that these recipes are not only spelled out in detail, but each one has video clips of the actual recipe being made! What could be better than to have the ability to pass this down to your children in a format that their generation is comfortable with?

For more information, click on the CD icon at the top right of the screen.

Thanking everyone for their kind words of support throughout this endeavor,

Tony LaGasse, Webmaster <lagasse@elagasse.com>
USA - Friday, October 24, 2002 at 16:29:00 (CDT)


thank you for your web site, i would love to know if you sell a cookbook with all the receipes. I am a first generation Puerto Rican, who is proud of who I am and would love to continue cooking the foods i grew up with and pass them down to my kids.
Liza <Fmrnycgal@aol.com>
columbia, sc USA - Thursday, October 24, 2002 at 11:29:00 (CDT)
Hi! It's great to know that we have a website to look for some of our recipes. Specially when you forget some of the ingredients you need. Thank You and keep the good work. Maria
Maria Weldon <MariaWldn@aol.com>
Flushing , NY USA - Wednesday, October 23, 2002 at 19:51:13 (CDT)
I loved your site! I'm hungry and excited to get started on the new recipes I've acquired. Gracias!
Angela <jacqi@sbcglobal.net>
Irving, TX USA - Wednesday, October 23, 2002 at 09:18:13 (CDT)
Hello, remember me? Yolanda. I came to this website for the hopes of making the best arroz con gandules. It has taken me on my 7-8th time to perfect this rice. From this website and the cooking suggestions of others. I have mastered it. Making and using your own, home made sofrito I find is the key. I made the best rice last night (10/20/02). I made this rice without having to look at the recipe, I did it like a pro...hehehe! Thank you Tony for making it possible for me. I'd alos like to thank my best friends Margo and Parta for for putting up with my frustrations on the 1st few pots of rice I made and for being my taste tester.
Yolanda <frontdesk@fletch.com>
Chicago, IL USA - Monday, October 21, 2002 at 08:57:45 (CDT)
Love the site, thank you so much for keeping it real. Boriqua all the way!!!
Carlos Rodriguez
clifton, NJ USA - Saturday, October 19, 2002 at 00:02:57 (CDT)
I can't thank you enough! My BF is PR and he has been craving home cooked PR food for months now. My friend turned me on to your site and I have been reading it for about 3 hours now! I have printed off all sorts of your wonderful creations and can't wait to go home tonight and cook Arroz con Gandules with chops for him! He is so excited he says! I am from the south and come from a long line of southern cooking women with a Cajun touch so wish me luck! Your site is beautiful and very well done!
Kandi Kirby <kandik@hotmail.com.>
Roseburg, OR USA - Thursday, October 17, 2002 at 19:02:23 (CDT)
I really enjoy your website. I am puerto rican and love to cook. Keep up the good work. I look forward to trying many of the recipes
Shannon Robles <shanr68@yahoo.com>
Fremont, OH USA - Thursday, October 17, 2002 at 11:52:17 (CDT)
HI, IAM REALLY EXITED TO FIND THIS WEB SITE AND I HOPE TO GET A LOT OF RECEPIES. I LOVE TO COOK AND I LOVE PUERTORICAN FOOD. IF ANY ONE HAS ANY GREAT RECEPIES E-MAIL THEM TO ME. THANK YOU
JUAN ESQUILIN <JBEK@PACBELL.NET>
MODESTO, CA USA - Wednesday, October 16, 2002 at 19:42:06 (CDT)
I love your web site !
Ivonne Santiago <asantiago@na.ko.com>
Atlanta, GA USA - Wednesday, October 16, 2002 at 14:55:48 (CDT)
I love your web site ! Keep those authentic recipes coming!!!!
Ivonne Santiago <asantiago@na.ko.com>
arecibo, GA USA - Wednesday, October 16, 2002 at 14:53:32 (CDT)
I was just forwarded this website as a link from my cousin in Atlanta. I't now 11AM and I am SO HUNGRY after reading these recipes!!!! I am Puerto Rican who was born and raised in Rio Piedras, but moved to Miami in 1991. I love all kinds of food, and love Cuban/LatinAmerican food that is in every corner of this city. However, there is a need for real and authentic Puerto Rican food in Miami. I think I will go to Publix and buy a few things I need to cook something very BORICUA tonight for my family. My wife is from Panama but she loves our food. I think I will make arroz con gandules, sorullitos or tostones, and some "habichuelas guisás". THanks for putting up this website. Let's all contribute with more recipes. Let us know when you update this website. QUE RICO!! QUE HAMBRE!!
Javier Sotomayor <javisoto@yahoo.com>
Miami, FL USA - Tuesday, October 15, 2002 at 10:16:38 (CDT)
Hello, from San Antonio Tx, Thank you for this very informative web site, looking forward to trying many of your recipes.
Dave Ortiz <RAVE4187>
San Antonio, TX USA - Friday, October 11, 2002 at 12:43:40 (CDT)
Me gustó mucho su página pues conozco la comida de esa maravillosa isla como lo es Pto Rico. Conozco su comida y me parece deliciosa. He anotado las recetas de lo que más me gusta, las otras que no conozco, las iré probando. despues se los haré saber. felicitaciones por sus recetas rosaura tovar de Valencia - Venezuela
rosaura tovar <rosauratovar@hotmail.com>
valencia, carabobo venezuela - Wednesday, October 09, 2002 at 12:49:55 (CDT)
Thank you for your wonderful recipes. I printed all of them to give to my daughters. Since part of their heritage is from Puerto Rico I thought that they should know about Puerto Rican Customs & food.
Maria Cintron
USA - Monday, September 30, 2002 at 17:45:20 (CDT)
You Pasteles recipe is just how I remembered. I am not Puerto Rican but my ex-husband was, his mother taught me how to make them(among amny other things), but it has been about 5 years since I have, I usually get them every Christmas from my ex-aunt-in-law(?). ANyway this is the first year my son is at college and he just LOVES them, I wanted to surprise him at school with them and since he can't go with me this year to NY for Christmas I wanted to see if I could remember. Of course he prefers them with green bannanas , and I prefer them with yuca, so I guess I will be making some of both.(I loved the comment about not eating all the meat, I was always doing that too!) THANKS!
Dee Perez <DeirdreBP@aol.com>
Frederick, MD USA - Saturday, September 28, 2002 at 08:13:33 (CDT)
WONDERFUL WEBSITE!!!!
DEBORAH GARCIA <RDNIEVES1@AOL.COM>
TAMPA, FL USA - Wednesday, September 25, 2002 at 23:08:50 (CDT)
Hi, it's me again Yolanda, please to get sick of me, I'm just really having fun cooking from this website. I have a question for anyone who want to respond to this. When making pan fried pork chops, what seasonings should I use to give them that authentic taste? Did I hear someone ask why? Well I'll tell you why. I was asked to make Arroz Con Gandules with pork chops for a party this weekend...I GOT MY FIRST REQUEST TO MAKE ARROZ CON GANDULES & CHOPS...YES!!!
Yolanda <frontdesk@fletch.com>
Chicago, IL USA - Tuesday, September 24, 2002 at 09:30:02 (CDT)
Im 22 and im originally from Conn. And my parents are from Puertorico and I cant believe all the recipies that you have on here! I dont cook much but my mom is sick of me always calling her to make me arroz con pollo y arroz con gandules. So she showed me how to make just the classic rice and beans, and its so easy! I made it like 4 days in a row. But i really want to make arroz con salchichas and I cant believe you have the recipe on here. Im gonna try to make it tonight, thanks so much!!
Ivan Diaz <djskandalis@hotmail.com>
Phoenix, AZ USA - Monday, September 23, 2002 at 18:44:20 (CDT)
Margie - For pasteles de plátano, follow the same recipe, but instead of the yuca, use: 2 lbs green bananas, 2 lbs yautia, and 2 large green plátanos.

Then, in step (5), after you add the achiote oil, you may add 1/4 cup to 1/2 cup lukewarm milk to the masa if it seems very dry.

If you double the recipe, the number of plátanos is the same as the number of pounds of yautia. Ex: 4 lbs yautia, 4 lbs green bananas, 4 large platanos. Enjoy!

Tony LaGasse, Webmaster
USA - Tuesday, September 24, 2002 at 07:10:32 (CDT)
I see that you show how to make "pasteles de yuca", how do you make "pasteles de platanos"?
Margie <maggs416@aol>
chicago, il USA - Monday, September 23, 2002 at 13:09:57 (CDT)

Yolanda- So glad to hear that your rice came out as well as you expected!
Keep up the good work, and may you always enjoy cooking it!
Tony LaGasse, Webmaster
USA - Tuesday, September 24, 2002 at 06:26:39 (CDT)


QUEENS PORTABLE TOILETS | PORTA POTTY QUEENS !
Hello it's me Yo (Yolanda). Well if any of you were wondering how my Arroz Con Gandules came out... IT CAME OUT GREAT!!!!!! I CAN'T BELEIVE IT!!I DID IT!! I REALLY DID IT!!!!!! My first pot of rice came out so good that I had to make another pot. One for my friends to test and taste and one pot for myself (I'm not joking...hehe!) I am so happy and so proud of my rice. I got the thumbs up from my friends and a couple of family members. There's always something about this rice (as well as any dish) that everyone does to make a recipe their own, so now it up to me to add a little of this and a little of that. Thanks to Lagasse's Island Flavor I can now make the best Arroz. I plan to make it every chance I get, I've heard practice makes perfect. I'm sure to tell anyone who compliments my rice or asks me how did you make your rice I'll just tell them "with the help of Lagasse" I give all the credit to Lagasse's website...Thanks Tony
Yo <frontdesk@fletch.com>
Chicago, IL USA - Monday, September 23, 2002 at 08:45:00 (CDT)
I'm Mexican and Black. I was raised in a Mexican household with my mom and 3 sisters. I was never taught the Spanish lanuage, but I can sure cook it. Growing up, my best friends were Puerto Rican, and their mom made the best, best, best Arroz Con Gandules. Thru-out the years, I've had other make this dish for me. I'm so in love with this rice I can eat the whole pot in the course of a day, (I'm not joking)I honestly could be an Arroz con gandules critic. This rice is week spot for me. I am for the first time going to try and make this rice, and I'm determined to perfect it. With the help of this receipe from LaGasse's Island Flavors, I hope to do well, wish me good luck. I plan to make it this week (9-19/21)
Yo <frontdesk@fletch.com>
chicago, IL USA - Wednesday, September 18, 2002 at 12:14:28 (CDT)
MMM,MMM,MMM.Delicous. My husband is from PR and his mom is a great cook. Now I know how she does it. Thanks
kim <kkimmyk@hotmail.com>
sausalito, Ca USA - Wednesday, September 18, 2002 at 12:00:38 (CDT)
This is an awesome website.I plan to try a recipe tonight for my Husband.Thanks
Tabitha <mrssalsa@yahoo.com>
Leavenworth, KS USA - Saturday, September 07, 2002 at 13:18:11 (CDT)
i was just brousing , just to check out new receipts, on this website to see if i can get any new ideas on cooking new thing . i thought this may be a good web site to start with. thanks. gkm
gaye k.moran <gkmoran@gci.net>
Anchorage,Alaska, AK USA - Saturday, August 31, 2002 at 23:06:32 (CDT)
http://tostonerasdelcaribe.tripod.com/ Check out our site - Thanks!
Gatorhide <gatorhide@hot.rr.com>
Killeen, TX USA - Friday, August 30, 2002 at 23:54:30 (CDT)
We have designed a new tostonera that not only looks great (4 different colors to choose from), but also has a guarantee and waranty. Check out our site. Thanks.
Gatorhide <gatorhide@hot.rr.com>
Killeen, TX USA - Friday, August 30, 2002 at 23:53:01 (CDT)
Simple, elegant, wonderful! This is the type of sites I bookmark forever for reference. Thank you and keep it up!
Rich
USA - Saturday, August 24, 2002 at 16:48:13 (CDT)
I am originally from St.Croix USVI and I grew up on a lot of the receipes that are featured on your site. Now I know how to make them and will have a great time sharing them with my family. Thank you.
Gale Joseph <gajoseph2200@aol.com>
Bronx, NY USA - Wednesday, August 21, 2002 at 13:48:12 (CDT)
My brother is a cook and he knows many of these recipes by heart. However your websight is a fantastico insight for the many other Puerto Ricans and non Puerto Ricans to enjoy. Keep up the good work and help us to keep these great cooking traditions for the many generations to come.
Reynaldo Perez <SCI FI REY>
Chicago, Il USA - Tuesday, August 20, 2002 at 20:38:06 (CDT)
Thank you for your receipes.
Iris S. Lopez <irismirta@aol.com>
Philadelphia, PA USA - Sunday, August 18, 2002 at 16:53:17 (CDT)
i would like to know if you have a receipe for pastelle de arroz.
michelle velez <tony0117@attbi.com>
bristol, ct. USA - Sunday, August 18, 2002 at 10:45:40 (CDT)
Hola Tony, I have several Puerto Rican cookbooks and I need to add yours to my collection of latin cookbooks. What are the names of your cookbooks? I have a love for Puerto Rican food especially doing the holidays. What a great site you have. From Gloria Padilla Duffie
Gloria Padilla Duffie <gpadilla@starpower.net>
Woodbridge,, Va USA - Tuesday, August 13, 2002 at 15:34:05 (CDT)
Great site and a good resource for Puertorican cuisine. My wife (who is Puertorican) and I have felt it is our mission in life to cook the food of "The Island" for all our friends and non Puertorican family.
Kevin and Vanessa <kvsuter@attbi.com>
seattle, w USA - Saturday, August 10, 2002 at 12:31:24 (CDT)
Great web site!! Delicious recipes! ;]
JJ
New York, NY USA - Friday, August 09, 2002 at 08:43:27 (CDT)
I am looking for a recipie for rellena......can anyone help me? Thank you
Johnny <allein43@webtv.net>
chicago, Il USA - Wednesday, August 07, 2002 at 15:22:08 (CDT)
I LOVED YOUR WEB PAGE, KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND HOPE TO SEE MORE RECIPES SOON. THANK YOU FROM THE BRONX AND A VIEQUENSE. QUE VIVA PUERTO RICO!!!!!!
Alba Emeric <gabbyabby@aol.com>
Bronx, NY USA - Tuesday, August 06, 2002 at 21:24:02 (CDT)
Do you know where we can find commercial type equipment to produce plantillas? Thank you so much.
Roberto <prolaborpower@aol.com>
Charlotte, NC USA - Tuesday, August 06, 2002 at 08:11:22 (CDT)
I am Puerto Rican, and love your site! The recipes are just like my mom's.
Vanesa Cree <bobcatt55@hotmail.com>
Oakland, CA USA - Monday, August 05, 2002 at 16:08:07 (CDT)
Great web site. May I ask who put it together for you? I'd like to contact them also.
Antonio <canuco@yahoo.com>
new york, USA - Friday, August 02, 2002 at 14:07:14 (CDT)
Great sight Love the food! Is your CD out yet?? Thanks
Charlie <iceax6469@hotmail.com>
Louisville, Ky USA - Friday, August 02, 2002 at 10:19:19 (CDT)
I'm still trying to get a handle on cooking the PR-way for my dear husband. I love the food and was so happy to see a recipe for bacalaitos - one of my favorites! Now just add one for sorullos and rellenos de papa and we'll be set!
Jennifer Gonzalez
Arlington, VA USA - Friday, August 02, 2002 at 10:17:31 (CDT)

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