Recipe

Ropa Vieja

This is another one of my family’s great Cuban recipes. Ropa Vieja is considered one of the national dishes of Cuba and it’s easy to see why. Who wouldn’t love a Latin inspired beef stew? If you speak a little Spanish you’ll notice the name translates directly to “old clothes”. I realize that may scare…

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Miami Pastelitos

I can still remember getting excited to visit Miami because of the food I’d get to eat: Frankie’s Pizza, Arebetter’s Hotdogs, Skirt Steak from Versailles, and Cuban pastries from just about anywhere in the city. My favorites were always ham croquettes. Who doesn’t like ham and cheese coated in bread crumbs and fried? Unfortunately, I…

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Garbanzo Bean Soup

The weather in Indiana has been just the worst tease. Most mornings I’m wrapped in my puffy coat on the way to my car and then some afternoons I’m running in my shorts. It’s cruel. But mostly, it’s still cold and so I have one more soup recipe for you before Spring arrives. This garbanzo…

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Trying to Cook Like Other People

Part of my 101 in 1001 is trying new recipes and I’ve gotten through a few that were great and worth sharing with all of you. I meal prepped these all on Sundays and ate them throughout the week. I use a meal replacement for breakfast and dinner so this is my ONE real meal…

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