While walking around, visitors are encouraged to try some of Cuban’s tastiest treats. Offering the traditional “completas,” or full plates, that include Cuban favorites such as ropa vieja (shredded beef) and masas de puerco (pork chunks) along with rice and beans and other popular dishes. 

Additional Cuban food stations will include local favorites where guests can sample an array of classic Cuban dishes and flavors. CubaNostlagia will be offering world-renowned sandwiches such as Medianoche, and of course Cuban sandwich. There will also be pan con lechon (Cuban hamburger), corn on the cob, fritas, minutas de pescado (fish sandwiches). Meanwhile Azucar Ice Cream will be serving up ice cream for the first time, and will delight guests with favorite Cuban flavors such as Tamarindo, Mango, Guayaba, Anis and Mantecado. CubaNostalgia is the only place where you can enjoy all of Cuba‘s flavors.

Ropa Vieja
Masitas de Puerco
Pan con Lechon
Media Noche
Cuban Cuisine
Cuban Cuisine

Cuban cuisine is a blend of Native American Taino food, Spanish, African, and Caribbean cuisines. Some Cuban recipes share spices and techniques with Spanish and African cooking, with some Caribbean influence in spice and flavor. This results in a unique, interesting and flavorful blend of the several different cultural influences, with strong similarities with the cuisine of the neighboring Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. A small but noteworthy Chinese influence can also be accounted for, mainly in the Havana area. During colonial times, Cuba was an important port for trade, and many Spaniards who lived there brought their culinary traditions along with them. As a result of the colonization of Cuba by Spain, one of the main influences on the cuisine is from Spain. Along with Spain, other culinary influences include Africa, from the Africans that were brought to Cuba as slaves, and French, from the French colonists that came to Cuba from Haiti. Another important factor is that Cuba itself is an island, making seafood something that greatly influences Cuban cuisine. Another contributing factor to Cuban cuisine is the fact that Cuba is in a tropical climate. The tropical climate produces fruits and root vegetables that are used in Cuban dishes and meals. A typical meal would consist of rice and beans, cooked together or apart. When cooked together the recipe is called either "Congri" or "Moros" or "Moros y Cristianos" (black beans and rice). If cooked separately it is called "Arroz con/y Frijoles" (rice with/and beans).

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May 18, 19 & 20, 2018

FAIR EXPO CENTER  Coral Way & SW 112 Ave.
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM  Admission $12

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