diccionario culinario dominicano
Hello friends and fellow foodies!
Sometimes it’s so hard for me to keep up with content for both elfogoncito.net and DominicanHeat.Com because while technically I publish the same content on both blogs, in reality it means I have to translate all blog posts to Dominican Heat. As much as I like to think English is almost a “second first language” for me, translating is hard work. And I can’t do automatic translators out of respect for you. (being an interpreter myself I know what they do and how they do it!)
That is why today I share with you, with mixed feelings, my “Dominican Culinary Dictionary”. (In Spanish) I know I still owe you “Mamá Pura’s recipes” (English Edition) I do promise this. The “Dominican Culinary Dictionary”, English Edition, will be available soon. And as soon as I make it available I’ll get back to finish the translation of “Las recetas de Mamá Pura”.
The Dominican Cooking Lexicon is a true treasure but also a huge challenge for non Dominicans. That is why I got into this project and it’s also why I’ll finish the English Edition of it. I think it’ll be a great opportunity to clarify a lot of terms and foods we eat (Most vegetables have scientific names so you’ll be able to actually see what they are) We islanders (Caribbeans) eat a lot of things that are hard to see, find or understand outside of the Caribbean.
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Stay tuned. Many new recipes and projects are in the oven.
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