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Cajun rice or "dirty rice" is a well loved New Orleans dish and a Louisiana classic, with as many different recipes as there are cooks. Traditional Dirty Rice uses chopped chicken livers which gives it a distinctive flavor and a dark color dubbing it "dirty" rice. It typically includes the trinity with da' Pope, which is diced bell pepper, celery, onion, and garlic. This is my favorite version.

Cajun rice or "dirty rice" is a well loved New Orleans dish and a Louisiana classic, with as many different recipes as there are cooks. Traditional Dirty Rice uses chopped chicken livers which gives (Dirty Rice Recipes)

Rumaki ~ This addictive appetizer is apparently of Japanese origin, but it first achieved popularity in Hawaii.

Bacon-Wrapped Chicken Livers (Rumaki) - This addictive appetizer is apparently of Japanese origin, but it first achieved popularity in Hawaii.

Mofongo Recipe (Garlic-Flavored Mashed Plantains): a very tasty dish with strong umami flavor that will become a new favorite.

Mofongo Recipe (Garlic-Flavored Mashed Plantains): a very tasty dish with pork rind mixed in and strong umami flavor that will become a new…

Comida tradicional de la República Dominicana.

Dominican Republic Fish One of our best known meals, lovingly named la bandera (the flag) consists of white rice, beans, meat, vegetables and fritos verdes (green plantains or tostones).

Pescado frito (Fried fish a la Dominicana)

Pescado Frito Recipe (Fried Fish a la Dominicana): the kind of dish that you can order almost anywhere in the Dominican Republic (best in coastal towns).

Enjoy this meal for lunch with a side of sweet plantains or for dinner with white rice. The way my mom served it.

Enjoy this meal for lunch with a side of sweet plantains or for dinner with white rice. The way my mom served it.(How To Make Rice White)

In the Dominican Republic, rice with pigeon peas and coconut create an earthy and delicious dish that locals love during the holidays, or any time of the year. Give it a try!

In the Dominican Republic, rice with pigeon peas and coconut create an earthy and delicious dish that locals love during the holidays, or any time of the year.