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Quote caribjoy Replybullet Posted: 10 Nov 2007 at 12:00am
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I understand all of your feelings (PR), but has anyone asked that the correct flag be placed there. Apparently the person that submitted the recipe is unaware that the flag plays such an important part in this discussion. I am from Trinidad with Venezuelian heritage. When my great, great, great-grandmother came from Venezuela she came with her culinary skills and passed it down to her children, grand- children and great-grand-children. My grandmother passed it down to her daughter and her grand-children. With the exception of a few mordern day variations this recipe is TRUE. So please, it may not be the famous Puerto Rican pastellas but it is true and meaningful to another ethnic group. Just ask Caribbean Choice to place it under the correct flag and remove the PR flag from this recipe. DO NOT disrespect other peoples' values!

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is ther anyone thats PR. and knows how to make pastelles. not with cornmeal.
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I've never had it, but it's a favourite in the Spanish community here.
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