Glenn Lindgren: There’s something about a good hot Cuban soup that gets the blood flowing and gets everyone
Raúl Musibay: … in between slurping …
Glenn Lindgren: …and soon everyone is in a party mood.
Raúl Musibay: Many of the best Cuban soups came from Spain, the mother country.
Glenn Lindgren: Cuban soups are great, robust dishes that you can serve as a starter or as the main course.
Caldo Gallego is a spectacular, yet humble, white bean soup.
Fabada Asturiana is the signature dish of Asturias -- full of tender white beans and chunks of salty, smoky ham.
Gazpacho faturing fresh garden vegetables in a chilled tomato base, perfect for a hot day.
Sopa de Crema de Queso is made with Gouda cheese that melts easily and makes a deliciously rich soup.
A Cuban chicken stew like you have never experienced before! (Unless you're from Cuba, then you'll surely want to try it again!)
Sopa de Ajo is a savory blend of mild garlic and hearty bread in a soup you can almost eat with a fork.
"Three guys from Miami have an awfully good time concocting tasty Cuban fare. [They are] a hearty band of bon vivants who offer a delicious array of Cuban-inspired foods accompanied by cultural anecdotes and off-the-wall humor. Each recipe comes with some entertaining banter between the Three Guys... ‘For us, the party never ends,’ say the authors. Grab a seat and join the fun!"
“Their Cuban recipes are clear, the many color photos inviting, the text often illuminating and the tone infectiously playful.”
Kathy Martin, Miami Herald
“The Miami masters of fun, good times, and easy-to-do Cuban foods!”
Southern Living Magazine
“Capping a 35-year love affair with all things Cuban, especially food, this trio will bring any kitchen to life with their recipes and stories. Cuban recipes peppered with culinary and social history."
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