BacalaFREEtos… from Puerto Rico to the world!!!

9 Sep

My friend Bren, from the site FlanboyantEats is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with a week-full of recipes from all over Latin America. She has shared with her readers the beauty and flavors of recipes from Brazil, Dominican Republic, Mexico and Peru. Today is Friday, and it’s Puerto Rico’s turn.

Bren asked me to write something about a Puerto Rican dish I love and what better way to express my devotion for my beloved Puerto Rican cuisine than with homage to the BacalaFREEto!!!

Check out my guest post on FlanboyantEats here…

I have known Bren for a few years now… we have never met in person, but we have lots in common.  She’s Cuban, loves to cook and travel, loves fashion (maybe a little bit more than me…) and we love to share our passions thru writing.  Bren is certainly an inspiration… she has cooked for an Emeril show and look at the quote from Joel Rebouchon at the top of her blog!!!   FlanboyantEats even has Saveur Magazine seal of approval of the sites they love the most.  Kudos!!

As the name implies, FlanboyantEats is filled with FLAN recipes… maybe one day I can get her to feature one of my eggless flan recipes, what do you think???

Thanks Bren for featuring a little piece of Puerto Rico and KarmaFree Cooking in your wonderful site…

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5 Responses to “BacalaFREEtos… from Puerto Rico to the world!!!”

  1. Bren @ Flanboyant Eats™ September 11, 2011 at 12:14 pm #

    Mady!! thanks so much for sharing these yummy fritter with us! We loooove them. I’ll give them a try and let you know how much I loved them as a vegetarian option! And, I can’t wait to meet in person! We do have so much in common. The fashion, yeah, maybe I’m a bit more dedicated to that than most, but I hope to inspire or at least make you drool! :) And yes! You can feature one of your eggless flans on my site. Lawd, that’ll be interesting! ;) Can’t wait. Let’s plan in.

  2. The Duo Dishes September 13, 2011 at 1:28 pm #

    Great feature! Your vegetarian recipes are great for the rest of us to review when we want to lighten up our meals. :)

  3. californiabusinessupdates September 15, 2011 at 7:33 am #

    I’ll give them a try and let you know how much I loved them as a vegetarian option! And, I can’t wait to meet in person! We do have so much in common.

  4. Eliana October 4, 2011 at 11:30 am #

    Sorry it took me so long to come on here and give you some love on these. They looks and sound beyond delicious.

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