Miya Ando - Obon
Miya traveled to Puerto Rico where she floated 1000 resin and (non-toxic) phosphorescence-coated leaves in a small pond. During the day the phosphorescence collected and absorbed energy from sunlight, giving them a soft, blue glow at night.
Christmas is here, you can feel it. Here is some delicious recipe from my country during this beautiful season. Enjoy!
Coquito is Puerto Rico’s Christmas eggnog and it is delicious. If you visit the island during this season, most likely you will be offered a glass, but if you want to make your own, here we go.
Ingredients (makes 5 cups):
1 cup of coconut milk
1 cup sweetened condensed milk
1 cup evaporated milk
1 cup white rum
1 cup of water
3 cinnamon sticks
4 egg yolks, well beaten
Ground cinnamon for decoration
In a blender or food processor combine the milks and the rum.
Boil the water and the cinnamon sticks, then allow to cool to room temperature (don’t forget to remove cinnamon sticks),
Combine all of the ingredients (except ground cinnamon) and beat well using a blender or food processor.
Pour the Coquito into glass bottles and refrigerate until you are ready to drink.
Serve the chilled Coquito and add cinnamon to decorate
Recipe taken from: “A Taste of Puerto Rico” by Yvonne Ortiz
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Los adoquines de mi San Juan, Puerto Rico <3
Tomada por mí, hoy 12 de noviembre de 2012