In this week’s Dominican-English dictionary post, Candiver Bienvenido, a very amusing young Dominican describes to us the double-meaning of the word ‘Chivo’ in Dominican!
In this week’s Dominican-English dictionary post, Candiver Bienvenido, a very amusing young Dominican enlightens us about Dominican men!
In this week’s Dominican-English dictionary post, Candiver Bienvenido, our favourite young Dominican teaches us how the Dominicans use the word “chin.” Today’s word is for describing an amount – we Dominicans say it when we want a small amount of food.
In this week’s Dominican-English Dictionary post, Candiver Bienvenido our 100% Dominican chica teaches us how the Dominican’s use Spanglish to find out whats going on!
The Dominican – English dictionary is back! From now on this series wil be published every Tuesday and will be contributed by Candiver Bienvenido – a 100% Dominican chica!
Last Thursday the 11th of March, Xiomara and Leo Matos invited the many volunteers of the Hogar del Niño to their house to enjoy a special ‘Thank You’ dinner. The Hogar del Niño children’s home is a very special place, made special not only by the children who are cared for there, but also by […]
On the 27th of February, the Dominican Republic celebrated Independence Day ‘Dia de La Independencia,’ for which Candiver Bienvenido wrote an article entitled ‘La Bandera Dominicana,’ here Candiver teaches us to cook ‘La Bandera’ the Dominican Republic’s national dish.
Today February the 27th is Independence Day in the Dominican Republic or rather ‘el Dia de Independencia.’ As I am not Dominican I confess that I am a little ignorant as to the history of this beautiful country and so in this most Candiver Bienvenido helps us celebrate the Independence Day by sharing with us […]
Candy is one of Casa de Campo Living’s interns, who loves to cook for her family. Here she shares with us the secret recipe to another classic and no doubt delicious Dominican dish! Ingredients: 2 pounds of chiken breast 1 median onion 3 coloured peppers (red, green and yellow) 1 small jar of olives 1 […]
We recently published a very amusing, baffling and bizarre article ‘Only in the DR: Pollo con Viagra,’ which literally translated means chicken with Viagra. In our article I hypothesised the potential meaning of this strange saying – we have now discovered the truth!
Casa de Campo is in the news again!! This time our Beloved Casa de Campo has been featured in the Listin Diario!