“The” Tomato Sauce In Havana

On Aguila Street in Centro Habana, I walked out of our front door, stopped for a minute, decided to let fate guide me that day, and turned left.  It was one of those days where you have no plans and all the time in the world, and of course, for me, that meant cooking.  It […]

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A Little Piece of China in Havana

It was shortly after we met our Cuban counterparts on the island that we were invited to the group’s boisterous ringleader’s house to go out.  As we drove down Zanja St. in Havana, a long winding road that was the original site of a large canal built by the Spanish in colonial times, we dove […]

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