Puerto Rico is the home of some of the best carribean cuisine in the world. A natural fusion of Spanish and Indigenous ingredients resulting in a unique and memorable array of foods, snacks and beverages.

Maduros are a sweet fried plantain snack here in Puerto Rico. Consisting of a ripened (browned) plantain (banana) that you chunk up and fry - it's a VERY quick snack that can sweeten up a meal.

The simple sauce that goes with tostones and empanadas in all of Puerto Rico. A classic fry sauce with a twist.

Pernil is a traditional Puerto Rican dish served during Christmas consisting of a pork shoulder slow roasted into a delicacy. Marinated with spices, garlic and slow-roasted to a brown and crispy perfection. If you like your pork tender and juicy with a crispy skin on top this is the recipe for you.

Tostones are a delicious fried snack found in just about every restaraunt on the island. Consisting of a green plantain (banana) that you fry, smash down into a chip and fry again - it's a quick snack that can go with almost any meal.