About the Floribean Cook

I was born and raised in New York. Later in life I moved to Florida. I am of Puerto Rican, Cuban and Italian decent. I have been working in the restaurant business for most of my life and have owned a few along the way. Recently I became aware of the fact that as my elders passed away their recipes passed with them. I call these recipes “Heirloom Recipes” I am dedicating this site to saving recipes from extinction and sometimes adding a modern twist to them. If you have a family recipe you would like me to post, send it to me and I will review it and maybe I’ll give you a fresh new version of your “Heirloom Recipe”.

Thank you for visiting,

Renee

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14 Responses to About the Floribean Cook

  1. Tina Marie Velazquez says:

    Please add more recipes. Your bean recipe was EXACTLY like my grandma’s!! I remember making it to this day!! Everything was correct!! It’s the first I’ve ever seen just like hers ever!! I love it!! I’m Puerto Rican and Italian too so we love food!!

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  2. Kathie Riley Lamb says:

    Looking forward to trying some of your recipes. Thanks for making this blog.

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  3. Yvette says:

    Enjoyed looking at all the recipes! Carne Guisada looks great-especially the all time favorite of the family is Empandas-(meat Turnovers).

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  4. Joanne Thiessen says:

    Great site, great recipes, Renee. I haven’t had spanish food in a while so it kinda makes me hungry for the latin cuisine. Especially the bacaloa con bionda. Take care and again awesome website.

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  5. DebbEZ says:

    Thanks for sharing !!

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