The food Culture of Miami

Hey everyone!

I’m starting the next eighteen days with the ten cities and their food cultures. Today’s city is Miami, grab a cup of coffee, sit down and let’s dive into the wonderful food culture that Miami has to offer.

From what I’ve heard the food culture in Miami is amazing and I for sure hope I get to experience it someday. Latin American food has found its way into the heart of Miami.

It’s not easy to put a label on the food culture in Miami because they have so much to offer, but If I had to choose one “dish” it has to be The Cuban Sandwich. Using fresh Cuban bread, yellow mustard, Roasted pork, baked ham, swiss cheese and slices of pickles. I have honestly never tried it before, I’ve always wanted to make it, but somehow I haven’t yet. Even though Miami is most likely the place to have the Cuban sandwich I’ve heard that it’s amazing in New Orleans as well, so I will be trying that when I go there this spring for sure.

Other dishes that are iconic to the food culture in Miami is the Nicaraguan Gallo pinto which basically contains beans and rice.

As for the coffee lover I am,, I would love to try the Cuban Cafecito which is the Cuban Espresso. Did you know that deviled eggs are quite popular in Miami as well? on that note I have a confession to make; I’ve never tried a deviled egg before. I know, it’s wired — But it’s the truth. Yet another thing I need to try. I’m not a huge fan of the texture of the white part of the egg, but still — Deviled eggs are something I really need to try.

The Latin American food culture is amazing, and I would love to go to Miami sometimes to dive deeper into their amazing food culture.

This was the short version of the food culture in Maimi until I get to go there one day and I will tell you all about it up close.

I hope y’all are having an amazing Sunday and I hope to see y’all back here tomorrow for a new post.

  • Hetty

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