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Recipe for Puerto Rucan sofrito. Found on El Boricua /

"El Boricua, a bilingual , cultural publication for Puerto Ricans" Just so you all know, this is legit. I haven't used sofrito out of a jar once since I found this recipe.

Carnival Celebrations: Masks Students are introduced to the culture of Puerto Rico in this look at the annual Carnival—or, more specifically, at the masks worn by the revelers. This set of four lessons is divided into grades K–2, 3–5, 6–8, and 9–12. The youngest students build their vocabulary by describing the masks. Older students do research on similar Carnival celebrations around the U.S. Uses Lulu Delacre’s wonderful books for children about Puerto Rican Carnival.

Smithsonian Institution lesson plans in History, Art, Science, Language Arts and Social Studies. Search for lesson plans by subject or grade. Smithsonian educational materials emphasize inquiry-based learning with primary sources and museum collections.

El Boricua, a bilingual , cultural publication for Puerto Ricans......or people who love Puerto Ricans and their food!

El Boricua, a bilingual , cultural publication for Puerto Ricans.or people who love Puerto Ricans and their food!

LOS SUENOS DEL CARIBE(DREAMS OF THE CARIBBEAN): PEOPLE LAND AND PLACE AT THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORYPaquito DRivera And Students From The Celia Cruz Bronx High School Of Music Premiere New Music Under The Iconic Blue WhalePaquito DRivera  Lane Pederson  WHEN:Saturday May 1311:00am-5pm at the American Museum of Natural HistoryPerformance begins at 3 pmRehearsal: May 7 1-5 pm at Lehman College WHAT: NEA Jazz Master Carnegie Hall Lifetime Achievement Award recipient and 14-time…

USA: Paquito D’Rivera & The Celia Cruz Bronx High School Of Music Premiere New Music Under The Iconic Blue Whale at American Museum of Natural History

These 18 Traditional Dishes Prove That Puerto Rico Has The Best Food

These 18 Traditional Dishes Prove That Puerto Rico Has The Best Food

La historia del Milagro de Hormigueros se remonta al 1599, con motivo de la aparición de la Virgen en el pueblo de Hormigueros, Puerto Rico. Cuenta la tradición que Gerardo González, un agricultor, fue atacado por un toro y aterrorizado, invocó el nombre de la Virgen. Inmediatamente, el toro cayó, sus piernas rotas y su frente tocando la tierra como si estuviera rezando. En agradecimiento, González construyó y dedicó una iglesia a Nuestra Señora de la Monserrate.

La historia del Milagro de Hormigueros se remonta al 1599, con motivo de la aparición de la Virgen en el pueblo de Hormigueros, Puerto Rico. Cuenta la tradición que Gerardo González, un agricultor, fue atacado por un toro y aterrorizado, invocó el nombre de la Virgen. Inmediatamente, el toro cayó, sus piernas rotas y su frente tocando la tierra como si estuviera rezando. En agradecimiento, González construyó y dedicó una iglesia a Nuestra Señora de la Monserrate.

A Cookie for Every Country: Puerto Rico: Mantecaditos

A Cookie for Every Country: Puerto Rico: Mantecaditos

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