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El Colmadito de la Esquina
"El Colmadito de la esquina provides unique selection of authentic products from the island, among their selection you can find. music, polvorones, coffee, "brazos gitanos", souvenirs and more."

497 E. Pol Ave. Suite 114
Urb. La Cumbre
San Juan, Puerto Rico, 00926
(787) 632-4149
(787) 731-1809 (fax)

"ISLA has been offering Puerto Rican products since 1994. Their catalog includes: masks, crafts, souvenirs, religious figures (known as santos), hammocks, local hand-crafts, seasonings, musical instruments and more."

Toll-free: 1-800-575-ISLA

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My Fav Recipe Book

Find recipes like this and more in the recipe book Puerto Rican Cookery by Carmen Aboy Valldejuli. My mother gave me this recipe book on my 18th birthday and it has been my staple recipe book ever since.

Did You Know?

As a result of the Spanish-American War in 1898, Cuba became independent and Puerto Rico was annexed to the United States.