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  1. Robert Lugo
    November 23, 2012

    I need to first would like to say congratulations and thank you on the same token. Adding the Dominican culture with the american (english) culture. I don’t know many Dominican-Americans being productive individuals, without having to sell out their culture and heritage. I have only read a few articulates, however, I am impressed with what I have read, they are beautifully written.

    I am surprised to read that for this recipe you didn’t use any spanish spices. I am very passionate about food and have some great dishes that I wish I could indulge in everyday. One of my favorite dish from my mother is “revoltillo de huevos”. I loved Saturday mornings because she would prepare me this dish with Yuca. Reading your recipe again I am surprised that you would only add salt for flavor. Yes, the green peppers and onions are complementary as well. I think you could add a spice here and there to give it a little kick.

    • Aunt Clara
      November 26, 2012

      I am not sure what you mean by “spanish” spices. This is the Dominican Republic, distinct from Spain. Also not everybody cooks the same way, each home has its own culinary culture. These are my recipes, as we eat them in my home.

      And thanks for the nice words.

  2. Patsy Bycroft
    February 27, 2012

    please keep me updated

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