cuban food

Panini Files: Cuban Sliders Recipe

Ever had grapefruit mojo mustard? Now you have.
Aug 26, 2014 11:00 am
Photo: Katie Chudy

You’d be hard “pressed” to find a better sandwich than a good Cuban. Great crusty bread, slow-cooked pork, melted Swiss, bright pickles and neon yellow mustard all come together to form a melted magical experience. Veering slightly off the Havana turnpike and spinning this classic ever so slightly, we modernize the dearly beloved sandwich with pickled mango, a fiery yet refreshing grapefruit mojo mustard and roast pork for days. 

Cuban-Style Pork And Rice Recipe

Make a huge batch of this Cuban comfort food
Dec 7, 2012 3:01 pm
cuban rice and pork recipe
Photo: Luca Trovato

Ideal if you are pressed for time, this braise, a quick, spicy take on Spanish paella, uses the lean meat from the loin, which would dry out if cooked for longer. Marinate the pork ahead if you can. Leftovers can easily be rewarmed in a microwave.

We Found The Best Cuban Sandwich In NYC

The roasted pork shoulder! The bread!
Jul 11, 2012 2:01 pm

A scrappy little Dominican neighborhood in Harlem is also home to New York’s best Cuban sandwich.

NYC: Afro-Cuban Jazz Meets An Afro-Cuban Menu In Harlem

Arturo O’Farrill is coming to Ginny's Supper Club
Jun 18, 2012 10:01 am

Arturo O’Farrill and his Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra are coming to Harlem for three nights. Find out what O'Farrill has planned for his takeover at Ginny's after the jump.

How To Drink Properly In Havana, Cuba

Start with a daiquiri at the El Floridita
Apr 18, 2012 3:01 pm

Soaking in the essence of Cuba is best done at one of the classic bars in Havana while sipping a mojito, daiquiri or Cuba Libre. The cocktail menus in many of these bars are representative of the 1940s and 50s, with drinks like piña coladas, sidecars, Tom Collins and grasshoppers. In truth, most of them are not so great. So when you go to Cuba you should stick to the drinks you know will be good. I'll repeat it again: mojito, daiquiri and Cuba Libre.

Advice for Ozzie Guillen: Love Cuban Food

Forget Castro, embrace the sandwich Cubano
Apr 11, 2012 11:01 am

Ozzie Guillen is one lucky dude. At least so far. The Miami Marlins moved into Marlins Park, a controversial, publicly funded state-of-the-art ballpark in—get this—Little Havana, just a week ago. Miami's not a good baseball town—the Marlins have won two World Series championships in the last 15 years and yet have never garnered much fan support. This stadium was meant to change that, along with a team overhaul that brought pricy free agents Jose Reyes and Mark Buehrle, and a fiery new manager, Ozzie Guillen. Who decided to declare recently, "I love Fidel Castro." 

Black Bean Soup Recipe

A creamy, easy to make Cuban soup with a kick
Dec 26, 2011 1:01 pm

This comforting black bean soup is easy to make at home (provided you don't mind soaking the beans overnight), and the blend of spices helps awaken the palate for the other culinary treats to come.

Roast Christmas Pig a lo Cubano

An illustrated guide to the "caja china" magic box
Dec 21, 2011 2:01 pm

Lechón, or suckling pig, is the centerpiece of a Caribbean Christmas. Converts say roasting the pig in a Caja China, or “magic box” achieves the crispiest skin and moistest meat in the least amount of time. 

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