#3: Plantain: it’s not your average banana

Hello again! Here’s the third installment of my blog project on tracing the African influence on Dominican cooking. If you haven’t checked out my first or second posts, click the hyperlinked text! Otherwise, let’s get to it. This post will, as mentioned in the title,  talk solely about the use of plantains in the Dominican …

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#2: Life’s short, let’s eat!

This is the second entry of a series I’m doing for a class project about food, culture and race in the Dominican Republic. If you haven’t read my first entry in the series, please click here. If you have already, I know you're wondering when I'm actually going to talk about food, so let's begin! …

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