Sancocho- OK here is a recipe for a typical 'comfort' food in Puerto Rico Sancocho. It is a wonderful thick stew here they are using beef but I have more often had it with chicken and oft times it has ad rice in it as well. A more traditional one will have calabaza (pumpkin) in place of butternut squash
Mojo Criollo Mojo criollo has many uses. It’s served as a dipping sauce for yuca “fries” and fried plantains, served on mashed cassava, used as a cooking sauce for pork and chicken. A pork butt in the crockpot all day with a few cups of mojo criollo is a beautiful thing.
The ruins of the old lighthouse on what use to be Ramey AFB in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico.