Puerto Rican flavors spice up America's culinary landscape

07/25/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Puerto Rican chefs are influencing American cuisine, introducing Latin specialties such as mashed and fried green plantains and roast suckling pig, observers say. "The great thing about the Puerto Rican food and culture is that they are bi-cultural," says Elizabeth Johnson, a chef-instructor at the CIA in San Antonio. "They flow through English and Spanish and are both American and Puerto Rican."

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