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From Tampa to Miami and out Route One to Key West, Florida is rich with food (and cigars!) made by Cuban immigrants. As basic as nuclear-strength coffee served in eyecups with warm lengths of crusty buttered bread or as complex as pork Wellington in which black bean paté stands in for duxelles, Cuban meals have long been one of the joys of Florida Roadfood and are now found in major cities throughout the U.S.

Cuban Cuisine
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