Jorge Castillo: We have personally taken on the task of exploring this question. We’re still studying the issue carefully.
Glenn Lindgren: With the complexity of this issue, we foresee years of additional study and experimentation.
Jorge Castillo: Yes, we must suffer through years of cooking and eating Cuban appetizers in our quest.
Raúl Musibay: OK, OK -- the short answer is yes, of course, we need Cuban appetizers! When they taste this good, how can you resist?
Lightly breaded rolls with great fillings. A favorite at cafe windows all over Miami.
This great version of croquetas combines the taste of ham with mashed potatoes.
This isn't a "traditional" Cuban recipe, it's still a nice appetizer for your next party!
Buy the bag if you must, but the best plantain chips are fresh from the fryer.
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The classic fried potato dish that has graced many a tapas bar menu in Madrid.
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