Archive for dominican food
As you can see from the photos fruit grows BIG here in the Dominican Republic!
photo courtesy of www.dominicancooking.com
Here’s another mouth watering and easy recipe from Aunt Clara at www.dominicancooking.com
We tried it out and it’s delicious! The ingredients are easily found internationally (anatto or bija http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annatto )
See their link below for the full and illustrated recipe:
Mangos by Haitian artist Louis Rosemond
June is mango month in the Dominican Republic and 2011 sees a bumper crop thanks to the lack of rains in the early part of the year. Mango season runs from May to September.
Native to southeastern Asia and India mangos were first introduced to the Dominican Republic in the mid 1700s. Read More→
Cake Blogger (yes they do exist) Peruzu created this incredibly life-like Presidente Beer birthday cake for some lucky fellow. Read More→
The Home in Paradise is a whimsical home improvement blog interspersed with snippets of Punta Cana life experiences. Its written by Punta Cana resident Clara Gonzales. Clara’s home town is Monte Cristi on the north west coast of the Dominican Republic but she spent many years abroad and in the island’s capital Santo Domingo before moving to Punta Cana. Clara is a wizard at design and d.i.y. and her blog is full of beautifully photographed, clever and creative home decoration ideas – often recycling nondescript everyday objects and giving them a new lease of life. Read More→