Friday, December 31, 2010

El Rincon Borinquena-Spicing It Up In Spanish Harlem

SPANISH HARLEM: (El Barrio) Also Called East Harlem: It clusters around the 110th street station of the Lexington Avenue subway. East Harlem covers the area between Fifth Avenue and the East River from 96th to 142nd Street. The bulk of the population in this area by the 1930s were circa 50,000 Puerto Ricans, though it is today becoming increasingly mixed. In "El Barrio", you will find a large variety of affordable international food and meat products. Restaurants and cafés offering such irresistible alluring aromas of numerous Spanish dishes draw much of their patronage from visitors to the area.

Puerto Rican Cuisine: Caliéntalo, menéalo, y échale pique. Taste the delicious Boricua flavor.

Bistec Encebollado

Elba's Arroz con Gandules Recipe

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