My Husband and I had a Piña Colada at the place of its origin in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico - Barrachina Restaurant. This is actually the exact recipe that I got from the restaurant for the original Pina Colada. It is recommended that you use Bacardi rum as it is from Puerto Rico as well (we visited the distilllery that same day). I did not include the freezing time. Enjoy!
I visited the Bacardi distillery in Puerto Rico and it was a really neat tour. They had so many different kinds of rum, that my hubby looked like he was in heaven! This is a refreshing tropical drink that uses Bacardi light rum. This recipe is from Carnival Cruise Line, which is who we took our Caribbean cruise with. Enjoy!
This is a wonderful Latin Kitchen recipe. It looks like there are a lot of ingredients and directions but it's easy, easy, easy!! You can serve this on a platter with slices of fresh tomato and avocado on top. Enjoy!
The beauty of the dish is it uses only 4 ingredients and builds up into a superb, tasty salad. The key with this is to use the best quality ingredients! Ideal for those summer days when you need something juicy & crunchy to spike you up. A Robin Benzle recipe. Enjoy!
Super easy and super delicious, this is a slow-braised chicken dish with sweet potatoes, green bell peppers and coconut milk. Flavorful cilantro-scented (or skip the cilantro!) broth turns into a rich sauce. Serve with seasonal vegetables and you have a great meal. This is a recipe by a fellow named Keith Snow. Enjoy!