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  1. Julie and Brit @ twosaucysisters.wordpress.com

    This looks soooo good! We have yet to try plantains, but we are definitely going to have to pick some up! :)

    August 17, 2012

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  2. Eha
    Eha

    This would taste moreish!! And if plantains were again not showcased in the supermarket, a green banana would fit my requirements! DO have a wonderful time over the weekend and planning your trip: hmm! DO hope you have an interesting companion with whom to share these activities also. Have a great time: that virtual world will be exactly where you left it :D !

    August 18, 2012

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  3. Kuja
    Kuja

    Hey, where are the peanut butter recipes!

    August 18, 2012

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  4. Erin @ Texanerin Baking

    I hope you’re still out having fun! And I hope tomorrow is super fun as well. :) And Cuba?! Wow. Going to go check out your old post about it.

    The dish looks interesting! I need to look up what plantains are.

    August 18, 2012

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  5. Justine

    This looks fabulous, and I don’t even really eat meat very often.

    My dad spent a good chunk of his life in Cuba, so we used to go for plantains and black beans to a restaurant in West New York. Oh, I miss that place!

    August 18, 2012

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  6. Amy M.
    Amy M.

    It’s funny, I was always served a dish made of plantains and black beans when I studied abroad in Costa Rica and I was never too fond of it. Once I got back to the states, though, I found myself craving it, just like you! What is it about plantains that do this to people??

    August 18, 2012

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  7. Simone

    THat looks soo fab. Plantains are not very common here so I’m not even sure I’ve ever had them. I guess I’ll have to go to Cuba to have some! Hope you didn’t miss us all too much this weekend? :) hope you had a lot of fun!

    August 19, 2012

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  8. Cara

    Dying to try this! I always say I should do more (or, um, anything) with plantains and for some reason never do. Loving the sound of this chicken salad. Bet it would be yummy in lettuce wraps!

    August 19, 2012

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  9. Min

    Hi Sonia! Oh boy, this recipe sounds and looks amazing! I’ve been loving any coconut lately so I must try! I stayed away from coconut and telling myself that I hate it because I was deathly afraid of its fat content. But I’ve let go of that and am absolutely obsessed ;). In moderation of course. I’m going to browse through all your recipes now! Thank you! And it’s nice to “meet” you!

    August 21, 2012

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  10. Raquel Gautier
    Raquel Gautier

    Mmmmm! Coconut! I have A LOT of it, it’s always in season. I have a great local and simple recipe, it’s sort of a milkshake called “Cocada”: 1 cup of coconut meat or flakes, 1/2 cup (or more if desired) of low-fat milk, 1 tbs of stevia, bleand them all until smooth! and add 1 teaspoon of cinnamon, coconut shavings and/or coconut cream to garnish. I invite you to try it! Feel free to make a few twists like adding almonds and enjoy :D! Bye, Sonia!

    P.S: Excuse my english :P

    March 9, 2013

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  11. Raquel Gautier
    Raquel Gautier

    OK I try it! And added mushrooms! It was DELICIOUS!!!!!!!!!! Thank you for the recipe Sonia! I have so much plaintains here in Venezuela that i’m always looking for delicious recipes to use them :D

    March 15, 2013

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