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The Know Zone
Following a clockwise tour, the author explores the island's famed fried cuisine (frituras). By Kathleen Squires.
Puerto Rico's Coffee Revival
The former "coffee of popes and kings" is making a comeback? By Michael Tulkoff.
Pasteles, a Puerto Rican Tradition, Have a Special Savor Now
A centuries-old blend of Taino Indian, Spanish and African flavors, pasteles are a prime example of Puerto Rico’s cocina criolla — Creole cooking...
Puerto Rico Wants To Grow Your Next Cup Of Specialty Coffee
Puerto Rico used to produce some of the best coffee in the world — but that was more than a century ago. Today, the coffee crop is just a fraction o...
A Struggle For The Identity Of Puerto Rican Music
NPR producer Jasmine Garsd took a reporting trip to Puerto Rico recently. She found that the island's uncertain economic future not only affects day-t...
A History of Puerto Rican Salsa
Applied as a marketing tool by Fania Records in New York, the word "salsa" quickly became a marker of Puerto Rican identity. In this Afropop podcast, ...