Dec 22, 2021
First of all, this is not Puerto Rican egg nog. Secondly, it's made mostly with canned goods, which speaks to how Puerto Rico adapted to being a U.S. territory. Did you know that "Wars Are Fought With Food"?
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Feeding the colonial subject: Nutrition and public health in Puerto Rico
Agricultural decline and food import dependency in Puerto Rico: A historical perspective on the outcomes of postwar farm and food policies
Puerto Rico: The trials of the oldest colony in the world
Eating Puerto Rico: A history of food, culture, and identity
Factories and food stamps: The Puerto Rican model of development
Music: Roy Brown Ramirez , Boricua en la Luna