Amor y Sabor

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Amor y Sabor
A multicultural fairytale of food, family and love.
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  • september eleven 3 weeks ago rousing to a sonic boom i confuse it with the daily rumble of the traffic on canal emerging from the holland tunnel myself, wrapped in bedcovers warm rolled, regarding window view twin towers in their testament of global commerce gone askew 8:45, eyes still blurred drugged down from dark and...
  • Strengthening Family Bonds with More Laughter 1 month ago Many people wonder if there are particular strategies that we can use to maintain a happy family, and while there are some things that you will find across the board, there are actually plenty of ways that will help your family create stronger ties between each other. But ultimately the secret to...
  • Tang of Tamarind 2 months ago Tamarind is a fruit that is widely used in Indian, Caribbean and East Asian cooking but foreign to most cooks in North America. The fruit has a fleshy, juicy, acidulous pulp. It is mature when the flesh is colored brown or reddish-brown. The fruit pulp is edible. The hard green pulp of...
  • To Honor Our Love 2 months ago Two weeks ago we held a wedding to celebrate 6 years together and to honor the love that seemed at first unlikely to succeed. Although I have been married before, I never had a wedding or held any event such as this, one with catered food, fancy clothes, drinks, decorations and a...
  • I Won't Be Skinny for my Wedding but I Don't Care 3 months ago In less than 2 weeks I’ll be married. Well, technically, I’m already married but that was just for the visa. When we legally married it was in Santo Domingo at a Justice of the Peace with couple of friends. Our event will mark 6 years from our first date and will be... Expat Blog Awards 2012: Dominican Republic Bronze Award!

This blog won the Bronze Award for best expat blog in Dominican Republic!

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Website Reviews » There are 7 reviews on Amor y Sabor

Diana D
14:27 PM November 15, 2012

In all aspects a fabulous rendering of the heart! Pure joy to read and to experience life through your eyes.

Janis Rodriguez
03:06 AM November 16, 2012

Only 5 stars?? I would like to give it more! Eliza has an insight and a compassion that make me so look forward to her next blog. She is a gifted writer, lyrical and poetic, observant and thoughtful. It is a joy to share her experiences.ty

Alice Wechsler
17:14 PM December 03, 2012

This is a fascinating and fun blog and has great insights and advice for anyone trying to navigate the frustrating issues surrounding immigration!!!

Darlene Gunter
17:25 PM December 03, 2012

This blog is well written, interesting and very very real! It captures the essence of the intercultural relationship, the essence of living in the DR and Living in the USA! And of course it captures the flavor of it all!!!!

Mukul Kumar
22:28 PM December 03, 2012

It has been a pleasure frequenting Amor-y-sabor blog and getting to know the experiences of a cross cultural family; adjusting and being open to other's lifestyle and points of view. Very engrossing

Kristen V
20:12 PM December 07, 2012

I like it.

Amy W
16:25 PM December 10, 2012

Well-written, entertaining and provides a perspective of America many of us never get to see. Love this blog!

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