I'm so grateful that so many of you joined in my 6th Blogiversary Celebration Week. I am humbled by your wonderful response and good wishes. I so love when you play along with me, but that's not important right now.
Sometimes I think I've told all the stories I have to tell and that I don't have one creative bone left in my body. Sometimes I stare at the blank screen and find it impossible to string two words together to attempt to make a sentence. But then…you leave a comment telling me about your life, or how you found my blog and that it makes you happy, or you tell me about how you love Cuban stuff like I do. This gives me the energy and vision to keep moving forward.
So, once again…Thank you.
Without further ado (drum roll please) here are the winners of last week's giveaways.
Congratulations to all of the winners!
1) The My Big, Fat, Cuban Family Cookbook
The MBFCF Cookbook goes to:
Oh dear, I have no idea when I found you but I'm so happy that I did. It's been at least four years, for sure!
I love EVERYTHING about your blog! I also live far, far away from
anything Cuban and just reading your recipes motivates me to cook at
home as well!
If the question of "How long have you been here?" is about the U.S.?
Then my whole life. I'm a 1st generation American and very proud of my
Cuban heritage! <3
promotion for My big, fat, Cuban family readers. If you buy 4 beads, the
fourth is free when you enter the promo code MARTA at checkout. Go to Santayana Jewelers online.
a touching story!!!! How can you pick a favorite?! Each one is so
meaningful! I have to say I do love el corazon de meon and la cafetera!
Reminds me of my grandmother she used to call us her corazones de melon!
This charm would be perfect for my Mom!!!!
I'm not really into the zombie fad but this movie was hilarious! One of my favorites for sure!AND2)
absolutely LOVE horror movies, especially Zombie ones! I must have a
copy of Juan of the Dead it is so funny and absolutely Cuban! If there
was a zombie outbreak in Havana I know our Cuban brothers and sisters
could handle it! We are survivors!AND3)
with you on the horror movie thing–even agree on the American Werewolf
in London part. However, mi niña is another story! She LOVES Shaun of
the Dead. It's like a cult classic with her and her friends! So how
perfect would it be to give my USA-born girl some cubanismo in the form
of her favorite genre? (Did I mention her b-day is coming up?)I always
say one of the best ways to educate is with comedy. Plus, the girl has
lots of friends so your friends at Focus World could be sure the film
would be seen by other teens and young twenty-somethings. Heck, even I
want to see it!
remember when I was in Cuba still in the early 60's some of our
neighbors boys left as Pedro Pans, and I have also have met some Pedro
Pans here in Southern California. What a sadness that must be to leave
your parents behind to the unknown and uncertain, not knowing anyone,
not knowing the language and hoping that you some day will see your
parents again. My heart breaks just thinking about it. What a courage
of those parents to send their children before them.
I do have a "Cuando sali de Cuba moment" and story that will share with you one of these days.
Which one of the coffees in this Holiday Collection (!) sounds the best to you?
Caramel Spiced Rum- Caramelo, especia- verbo, sazonar, Ron
Vamo mi gente, you can't get more Cuban than that!!
; ) Loving this series Marta- Congrats.
first cup in the morning…Well, honestly ANYthing as long as its
strong. I even enjoy the FREE coffee at church on Sundays. My afternoon
cup (yes usually I do have one)I enjoy my flavored k-cups and it feels
like a treat. One of my favorite is the pumkin spice. As an October baby
I love anything fall. Happy Anniversary MBFGF! time flies huh?
Cute! I can't wait to see what you have in your Etsy shop!