A Weekend Full of Puerto Rican Flavors

Samples of local cuisine
Samples of local cuisine

By Yaira Solis Escudero

 

The third annual Saborea Puerto Rico: A Culinary Extravaganza!, the creative food event, was just held at the famous beach Punta del Escambrón in the The Millenium Park in Old San Juan.

 

Besides having a good time and eating well, the purpose of Saborea is featuring Puerto Rico as an unparalleled culinary destination throughout the Caribbean. The island tourism has been strengthened by the notable growth and development of the gastronomic sector. The event also served to present the new generation of Puerto Rican chefs.

 

 

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The Ritz-Carlton Debuts Dorado Beach Luxury Hotel in Puerto Rico – Travel News

Dorado Beach, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve Su Casa hotel
Dorado Beach, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve Su Casa hotel

You’ve always wanted to live like a Rockefeller — and now you can. Dorado Beach, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve hotel has just opened on the former Laurance Rockefeller estate in Puerto Rico.


This 1,400-acre property, boasting 100 guest rooms and fourteen beach suites, offers a unique mix of luxury, nature and culture in a one-of-a-kind, open-air enclave for the most discerning of travelers. The indoor space blends seamlessly with its surroundings, melding well-appointed accommodations with an immersive natural experience.

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The Global Show of Savor

Samples of local cuisine
Samples of local cuisine

By André Gayot

As the world gets global and progressively engulfs its denizens into a single one-fits-all mold, it’s an encouraging sign that here and there some rebels are proclaiming a personality of their own. Interestingly enough, the affirmation of such an individualism stems from the food, not as a raw material, but from the understanding we have of it and the procedures we invent to process it.

I had the privilege to observe such a comforting manifestation where last week in Puerto Rico when I attended the third annual “Saborea” (Spanish for “Savor” or “taste) event. It takes place along a sandy beach fringed with coconut trees on this American-style Caribbean island. The tropical setting is enough to tell what is reasonable to expect under these latitudes. Indeed, location, tradition, and production determine ipso facto the limits of the gastronomy. But imagination, this essential human addition, can transcend—or not—the regional capacities.

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