Why Puerto Rico is the ‘New Cuba’

A Puerto Rican map is everywhere.

Puerto Ricans are obsessed with Puerto Rico’s rich history and its food, and they’ve created maps of their island to illustrate the region’s rich heritage.

These maps show the places they’ve been to, the places where they’ve eaten, and the things they’ve learned about the island from living there.

Puerto Rico has more than 100,000 islands and about 2.5 million people.

Its capital, San Juan, is home to more than 1 million Puerto Ricos, and a third of the island is home the island’s two biggest cities.

Some of these islands are small, with only a few thousand residents, and many have only a single airport.

Others are vast, with thousands of people.

Some are sparsely populated, and some are thriving.

This map, for example, shows the towns and cities on the Puerto Rico island of Oaxaca.

There are a few small islands, too, but they’re not big enough to warrant a whole map.

And the maps on the top are pretty small, so you can easily find them on your own.

The map below shows how Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico.

And now, the top 10 food items you should have in your pantry, according to Puerto Rican food writer and blogger, Maria Perez.

1.

Rice krispie with rice, tomatoes, and cheese.

You won’t find any rice on this menu, but it’s one of my favorite things to make and the recipe is so easy.

If you’re on a budget, try substituting a variety of vegetables.

2.

Salsa.

The salsa here is made with a mixture of tomatoes, onions, and green peppers, and is perfect for a hot dish.

3.

Corn.

A great staple of the Puerto Rican diet.

It’s a staple in all of the country’s main dishes.

4.

Beef, veal, pork, chicken, and shrimp.

Pork, beef, and lamb are popular in the country, but pork is also very popular in Puerto Rico because it’s cheaper and has less fat.

5.

Rice, sweet potatoes, or corn.

It has a sweet, sour taste, so if you’re looking for something with a little spice, try sweet potatoes.

6.

Vegetables.

Fresh vegetables are delicious in this dish.

It also has a great texture, so it can be served warm.

7.

Rice soup.

It comes together quickly and is one of the best soups you can make on a low budget.

8.

Fried rice.

It makes a great appetizer for rice.

9.

Spicy chicken wings.

You can make this dish on your dinner plate, or you can eat it on its own.

10.

Potato salad.

It can be a complete meal on its’ own, or combined with some vegetables for a more complete meal.