As holidays abroad are not a complete change if you don't taste the local cooking, I wanted to present you a Dominican speciality.
On the beach I presented you few days ago, I tasted a local fish grilled in a small "Comedor" around which are small local restaurants at the Bayahibe beach. It was served with "Tostones", which are really tasty bananas cut in slices and grilled with the fish anf few small "Lemon verde". I love these small lemons : they are the same which are served in Brazil with the wonderful cocktail called "Caipirinha".
Take a fresh local beer called "Presidente" and you have a typical plate for the Domincan at the beach. Oh, yes, don't forget few bottles of "Brugal" rhum with a lot ice and juice fruits too for your friends...
Apart from this exemple well appropriate for the day at the beach, Dominican cooking is mainly made of Pollo (chicken), arroz con abichuelas (riz and nice beans). These two ingredients are usually part of their everyday meal like bread in France.
Other wonderful stuffs I tasted were "Aguacate", "Manga" : they are definitely tasteless in France !!! I won't forget the nice local coffee "Santo Domingo" and few Robusto cigars like those of "Arturo Fuente" or Leon Jimenez"
As I wanted to spare you my deep blue towel, I desaturated it, resized the picture and applied some Unsharp mask.
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eleparc (24063) 2004-04-12 6:39
not sure it looks so tasty? how was it?? ;-)) up for a drink sometime this afternoon?
papagolf21 (89716) 2004-04-12 7:32
Appétissant ce poisson, par contre "bonjour les arêtes", il ne s'agit pas de s'étrangler.
Une prise de vue qui n'est pas facile à maîtriser pour bien rendre compte du contenu de l'assiette.
Bonnes couleurs et note d'accompagnement très détaillée et intéressante.
cmartos (242) 2004-04-16 5:35
Pues esto parece ser excellente. Tu nota muy completa y explicativa da ganas de ir alli. Que rico debe ser el plato ese...
LeoDR (6) 2004-12-16 2:06
When I saw this picture, I got hungry. Nice fried fish with green plantain!!!
sebinho342 (19317) 2006-04-24 17:38
.... je savais bien que toi aussi tu avais des ratés ;)
- Copyright: Steven Le Vourc'h (Curioso) (9271)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2004-03-21
- Categories: Food
- Camera: Nikon Coolpix 5700, 35-280mm f2.8-8.0, JPEG 100 ISO, Hama Circular Polarizer 77 mm
- Exposure: f/6.7, 1/461 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Travelogue: 18 DAYS IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
- Date Submitted: 2004-04-12 6:20