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Mangú with Crispy Mushrooms
Mangú with Crispy Mushrooms

Crispy mushrooms sautéed in safflower oil and melted butter, seasoned with thyme and parsley, top slightly sweet mangú.


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Mangú with Garlic Shrimp
Mangú with Garlic Shrimp

This Mangú with Garlic Shrimp is jazzed up with tons of garlic, fresh cherry tomatoes, white wine, and fresh cilantro. It's a creative take on a usually-morning dish.


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Mangú with Chicken Stew
Mangú with Chicken Stew

This Mangú with Chicken Stew is hearty and delicious with a classic mangu base topped with a tomato, garlic, and pepper chicken stew. It's hearty weeknight family meal. 


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Basic Mangú
Basic Mangú

This Basic Mangú is perfect as a base for stews and sautées and is ready in 30 minutes! It's a classic Dominican dish, usually topped with a fried egg and eaten for breakfast. But it makes a great base for soups and stews as well. 


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Pineapple-Basil Guarapo Cooler
Pineapple-Basil Guarapo Cooler

Guarapo de Piña magically turns pineapple juice into alcohol. This is a drink that you will crave, especially on a sweltering summer day. Similar to Tepache from Mexico, it's very refreshing, and its tropical flavors blend beautifully with rum.


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The Tres Caminos Cocktail
The Tres Caminos Cocktail

ThinkFoodGroup’s cocktail innovator Juan Coronado considers this a cocktail everyone should have in their arsenal. A combination of tequila, fresh lime juice, and agave, it's a simple and delicious cocktail perfect for Spring and Summer.
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Grilled Mallard Duck Recipe
Grilled Mallard Duck

“While the main dish during the holidays is usually roast pork served along with arroz con gandules, plátanos, and pasteles, many people are going towards the grilled duck,” says chef Maria Germania Diaz.


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Green Pigeon Rice (Mamposteao) Recipe
Green Pigeon Pea Rice (Mamposteao)

"What makes mamposteao unique is the cooking technique of being an assembly of ingredients combined shortly before service into a delicious, nuanced result," Chef Maria Gemania Diaz said.


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Eliana Ramos' Morir Soñando or To Die Dreaming

This quintessential Dominican drink translates literally to mean “To Die Dreaming” in English.  Think of it as a creamsicle in liquid form.


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Sazón Dominicano (Dominican Seasoning)
Instead of cooking these ingredients like traditional sofrito, Eliana Ramos processes them down to a wet paste. The result is a marinade that you can use to season meats, fish, and stews, to create the most delectable meals.
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