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How to Make Puerto Rican Rice There is a time in your life when you realize how significant a former stage in your life was It is a time when all your senses go way back and you can actually feel hear and smell the same things you did when you were a child During my childhood years there was no better pleasure than my grandmothers cooking The smell of her food would make anyone near the house drool and I was no exception I still remember the feeling of joy as I went into her kitchen to watch her prepare dinner hoping I could get an advance taste of whatever it was she was going to treat us with As I grew older not only did I wanted to try her food but also wanted to learn a little of what I liked to think about as her kitchen magic When I entered my teenage years my desire to learn how to cook my grandmas recipes decreased not because I liked her food less but because I was busy thinking and acting like a teenager As a matter of fact like with every teenage boy my appetite increased so much that I could eat all she cooked by myself but she didnt allow me to do it During my years of college I often called her to ask her how to prepare some of my favorites dishes One day I wanted to know how to make her delicious Puerto Rican rice with pigeon peas This is a traditional Puerto Rican dish with one of our favorite beans To get started I needed to make sure I had all the ingredients and utensils available To make perfect rice you need the perfect pot In our culture we use a caldero or cauldron The first step is to heat some oil over medium heat and cook chopped bacon ham or tocino fat back until
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