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a monthly cultural Magazine

Dedicated to the descendants of Puerto Ricans
Established in 1995
- Cultural Anthropology -

Puerto Rico,
Borinquen, Folklore and traditions -

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Food & Recipes
Ivonne's Food Blog
Navidad Boricua

Fact Sheet
Medal of Freedom
Poesia Criolla
Poets and Poetry
Book Reviews
Puerto Rican 101
Canciones Infantiles
Lesson Plans for Teacher
Word Puzzles 

Dr Maria Maynard PhD
Founder and director


Puerto Rico . . .Paddle your way along Puerto Rico Kayaking and Snorkeling in world famous crystal clear waters. The continental shelf, which surrounds Puerto Rico on three sides, is responsible for an abundance of coral reefs, caves, sea walls, and trenches for scuba diving and snorkeling.

Open-water reefs off the southeastern coast near Humacao are visited by migrating whales and manatees. Many caves are located near Isabela on the west coast. A large canyon off the island's south coast is ideal for experienced open-water divers. Caves and the sea wall at La Parguera are also favorites. 

Vieques and Culebra islands have coral formations. Mona Island offers unspoiled reefs at depths averaging 80 feet (24m), with an amazing array of sea life. Uninhabited islands, such as Icacos, off the northeastern coast near Fajardo, are also popular with snorkelers and divers alike.






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On our website we post a sampling of the different topics and recipes we publish monthly. We do not have a recipe book. Subscribe to our online publication to get all our recipes.


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Soy Boricua, mi amor es - Puerto Rico.

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¡Ay le lo lai, le lo lai . . . . . !


Surullitos de maiz
Salsa Rosa dipping sauce is 1 part ketchup,
3 parts Mayo, salt, pepper, garlic powder,
1 sprinkle of pique, stir and serve.