According to my oldest son, he does not like chicken. Untrue really; he’s just particular when it comes to chicken. This, I can relate to. Most chicken is over-cooked. Nothing overcooked tastes good. But chicken, in particular, is the worst because it becomes dry and flavorless. […]
Ropa vieja is considered comfort food. I can totally see why. I first had ropa vieja on the Upper West Side of Manhattan at La Caridad. This traditional Spanish dish, which translates to “old clothes,” is so named because the shredded meat looks torn, like […]
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