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Lilly Carrasquillo | Classroom | Mushrooms
Lilly makes her own masks cardboard stones using handmade molds and then puts oil jelly on top and adds several newspaper tops. There are two types: stone carton (from the Ponce European area) and coconut skeleton (from the African area of Loiza).
The Raspberry Agrochic | HiLatin
In addition to its beautiful appearance, especially during the flowering and fruiting stage, as well as its many health benefits. When you use them in infusions help to calm menstrual cramps and during the last stage of pregnancy reduces labor pains.
Accompany this delicious ham with the famous Rice with Gandules, too typical dish in the culinary culture of Puerto Rico. I learned to prepare the Puerto Rican shank with my brother's wife, accompanied by the famous rice with pigeon peas.
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