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Not many people know this but recently I’ve ventured into the Ketogenic lifestyle. Therefore, I’ve had to recreate many of my favorite recipes. With this uber hot weather that we’ve been having here in South Carolina and with summer literally right around the corner I’ve been really wanting to haveRead More →

There’s something for all! From little ones, teens and to your older kids have them show off their Latino pride with these gifts that they will love. Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase I’ll receive a small monetary compensation. Thanks! Accessories What girl wouldn’tRead More →

José Campeche is Puerto Rico’s first and most significant painter of the 18th-century.  He was born on January 6, 1751, to Tomás Campeche a freed-slave who purchased his freedom and to María Jordán originally from the Canary Islands.  Of Afro-Caribbean descent, Campeche learned his father’s trade of decorator and gilder asRead More →