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    Senior Member dividiviprincess's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arubalisa View Post
    Here are two ...and a few others...
    "Brown Lady Drink
    Original Recipe Yield 2 servings
    2 tablespoons vodka
    2 tablespoons Irish cream liqueur
    2 tablespoons rum cream liqueur
    2 tablespoons coffee flavored liqueur
    1/4 cup coconut cream
    1 1/2 cups ice cubes

    In a blender, combine the vodka, Irish cream liqueur, rum cream liqueur, coconut cream and ice cubes. Cover, and blend for about 1 minute. Pour into two glasses. "
    "Brown lady:
    1 oz each of vodka, Kaluha and Baileys. l/2 oz of coco Lopez. Blend. Add ice. Blend till thick and creamy.


    1 oz each of: Coconut Cream, Coffee Liqueur, Irish Cream, Vodka

    The basic recipe is 1 shot light rum, 1 shot vodka, 1 shot creme de banana, fruit punch. Some add Coecoei, but you can only get that on Aruba. Don't forget the marischino cherry.


    1/2 oz vodka, 1/2 oz 151 rum (better if using Ron Rico from Aruba, higher proof), 1/8 oz Coecoei, 1/8 oz Creme de Banana, 1/2 c orange juice, 1/2 c cranberry juice, 1/2 c pineapple juice, OR your favorite "punch drink", a splash of grenadine, top with Grand Marnier. Do not shake, just stir lightly. Top with a "flag" toothpick with a cherry and orange slice.

    This is a drink named after the ABB webmaster's wife "Arubamamma", created and found only at the Pirate's Nest. You can only get the recipe from Arubamamma herself.

    Arubian Frosty:
    For one drink: l/2 oz. each kaluha, ponche cream, and rum. 3 oz. coco lopez and 2 oz. pineapple juice. Place in blender and continue to add ice until thick.

    To make batches: 3 oz. each of kaluha, ponche cream and rum. 1 can coco lopez and 1 small (individual size) can of pineapple juice. Blend in blender. Take out half and refrigerate. Add ice and blend until thick. When that pitcher has been depleted, take the other half out of the fridge and do the same. (Glenda Laverty - ABB)

    Aruba Smash:
    2 oz. Spiced Rum, 1 oz. 7-Up, 1 oz. Lemon Juice, 1 oz. Orange Juice, 1 Dash Orange Bitters. Mix in a highball and serve over ice.

    A blended mix of Coco Lopez, pineapple juice, dark rum, Blue Curaccao, grenadine, and lots of ice.

    Made famous at the Tamarijn. 1 oz. ea. Rum, Vodka, Banana Liqueur and Grenadine 2 oz. ea. Ponche Creme and Pineapple juice Add 1 whole banana. Blend with crushed ice until smooth. (John - ABB) "

    Thanks Arubalisa !! Once again you pull through for my questions !! LOL This is awesome !

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    Senior Member Arubalisa's Avatar
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    Arrow Culinary tips from top Aruban chefs

    Culinary tips from top Aruban chefs

    Includes recipes from the chefs of:

    Amazonia Churrascaria
    Buccaneer Restaurant
    Texas De Brazil
    Le Petit Café
    Papiamento Restaurant
    Driftwood Restaurant

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    These are making me hungry. I can't wait to try some of these.
    Next Aruba trip in

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    Senior Member Arubalisa's Avatar
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    Arrow Aruban Recipes

    Aruban Recipes

    "Here’s some recipes straight from the kitchens of local residents:
    Keshi Yena
    Pisca den foil
    Bolo Ponche Crema
    Sopi Mondongo"

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    playa linda, aruba beach club, wacky wahoos, driftwood,french steakhouse, any happy hour
    how about the flat cornbread? The driftwood's is great!!

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    Bread Spread

    Many of the Dutch owned places (Marandi, Fishes & More, etc) serve a complimentary bread basket with a wonderful spread you don't find in the States. Anyone have the recipe? Mayo and garlic are the base I think. Thx in advance.
    Aruba where the toughest question each day is "where to dine tonight".

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    Senior Member Arubalisa's Avatar
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    Question Anyone Ever Sample This ? Comparable to ???

    Bolo Di Tres Lechi

    Cake / Pan Lefi

    6 eggs
    2 cups of sugar
    2 cups of milk
    1/2 cup of milk
    3 teaspoons of baking powder
    1 teaspoon of vanilla

    Beat the egg whites until it becomes “snow like”. Then slowly add the egg yolks, sugar, flour milk, baking powder and vanilla. Pour this mixture in a large “throw away” foil pan. Bake in a 350° oven for about 30-40 minutes. When done let cake cool. After it has cooled poke the entire cake with a chopstick or anything similar


    1/2 large can of condensed milk
    large can of evaporated milk
    1 cup of whipped cream
    2 egg yolks
    Beat the egg yolks with a little bit of evaporated milk. Slowly add the condensed milk, whipped cream and the rest of the evaporated milk until it is all mixed well. Pour this cream mixture over entire “poked” cake/panlefi and let it soak or penetrate into the cake/panlefi.

    Merengue / marshmallow cream:

    4 egg whites
    2 cups of sugar
    2/3 cups boiled water
    3 drops of vanilla

    Beat the egg whites. Add the sugar, water and vanilla. Spoon this mixture over the entire cake. This can be replaced with marshmallow fluff which can be purchased in your local supermarket.

    Place in freezer for one hour, serve and enjoy!

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    Senior Member Arubalisa's Avatar
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    The Radisson's Hurricane

    1 oz. White Rum
    3 oz. Pineapple Juice
    2 oz. Coconut Cream
    2 oz. of Blue Curacao
    Scoop of Ice

    Blend the rum, pineapple juice, Coconut cream and ice to desired smoothness.
    In the meanwhile pour the Blue Curacao in glass, a good looking one will work wonders.
    When the desired smoothness is reached, pour the blend in the glass.
    Pour a splash of Grenadine on the top and garnish with a half slice of orange and a whole cherry.
    An umbrella straw, sunglasses on and you are ready to go.

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    i should have never looked in here....i want to start cooking everything...but i cant eat yet!!!

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    Bolo Ponche Crema

    Bolo Ponche Crema


    1/2 liter whipped cream
    1/2 lbs Ladyfingers
    6 packs vanilla sugar
    1/2 bottle Ponche Crema (small)
    1/2 cup black coffee
    1/2 cup rum or cognac


    First make the black coffee and leave it to cool down.
    Lightly dip the Ladyfingers in rum/cognac and coffee.

    Batter the whipped cream with the vanilla sugar than ad the Ponche Crema as slow as possible. The cream should be smooth and thick.

    Cover the bottom of the springform pan with one layer of the Ladyfingers, than cover the Lady fingers with the Ponche Crema mixture and repeat the procedure with Ladyfingers and Ponche Crema mixture. Finalize with the Ponche Crema mixture.

    Put the cake in the fridge for 1 to 2 hours and it's ready to serve with coffee. You can keep the cake in the freezer as long as you want. The longer you keep it the merrier.

    Garnish with:

    coffee beans or strawberries.

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