Evening in Havana: Authentic Cuban Menu & Recipes
Dinner Parties by Xandra Nash, Book 4, Paperback
In Evening in Havana, Nashville party planner Xandra Nash provides you with authentic traditional Cuban recipes from her hostess in Cuba, which she has rewritten with American measurements. After testing them extensively in her own kitchen, she’s confident that they’re perfect for you!
Xandra’s little book Evening in Havana evokes the feel of a lush, tropical resort evening in the 1950’s. Havana, Cuba, was the immensely popular, easy-to-get-to resort city of choice for Americans of means. The beaches, the warm nights, palm trees swaying in the gentle Caribbean breeze, and of course, the richness of the unique cuisine of Cuba, based on traditional Spanish and Caribbean dishes, inspire this fun Dinner Party.
Capturing a part of the fun of Old Havana, and making it available to you and your friends, is what this little book is all about.
So, get your party supplies together, invite your friends, and give them an Evening in Havana that they’ll never forget!
With Evening in Havana, you’ll learn how to plan the menu, buy the groceries, and make the recipes that make up an authentic traditional Cuban meal. You can even download a printable grocery list and a beautiful menu for your guests!
READ XANDRA’S FUN HAVANA, CUBA STORY:
I HAVE A FOOD STORY FOR YOU!
Wanna hear it? Read on…
We were in South Florida visiting some of our many friends there, when we decided to take a day trip to Key West.
I wanted to see the sights, and hubby wanted an authentic Key Lime Pie right there at the source.
We got to Key West fairly early, considering we had to drive 3 1/2 hours to get there.
We went to Ernest Hemingway’s house, the Audubon House and Tropical Gardens, and walked up 88 stairs to go to the top of the Key West Lighthouse.
And I’m kind of embarrassed to tell you that for lunch we had only Key Lime Pie in 3 different restaurants.
So there we were. It was mid-afternoon in Key West.
Our sweet tooth was satisfied for the next month, and we were standing at the Southernmost point of the United States.
Out loud, I read the painted sign on the concrete buoy that marked the spot.
“90 miles to Cuba.”
Hubby said, “That’s closer than going back to Bryce and Jaclyn’s house!”
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