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Learn Cuban Salsa: Sencillo

Sencillo is a basic Cuban salsa turn commonly taught in Miami dance schools. In Cuba, this move is taught as Mírame Pero No Me Toques. Sencillo is similar to a one-handed Setenta. Learn more at http://dancepapi.com.

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Salsa Cubana Instructors: Nicholas Van Eyck and Serena Wong

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Cuban salsa group playing on the street

I was walking around in Havana Vieja, towards China Town, when I heard music playing. Then I saw the crowd around a group playing…
Too bad the last battery on my camera died on me just before the real fun started!

You can notice the there are cops singing and playing, and soldiers dancing…
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Learn Cuban Salsa: Dile Que No

Learn Dile Que No, a transition move in Cuban salsa, in this online video lesson. Dile Que No is used after most turns in Casino and Rueda de Casino and is similar to a cross body lead. Leaders and followers must master these basic steps before advancing. Visit http://dancepapi.com for more free Cuban salsa tutorials.

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Cuban kids learn to box at the home of Kid Chocolate

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Learn about Cuba with Gordie Gibbon!

Fun and educational kids video to introduce them to the culture of Cuba! Learn more at http://www.family-travel-scoop.com/cuba-family-vacation.html
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Cuba’s first major encounter with Haitian culture stems from the first wave of Afro Caribbean slaves that were brought to the island by French settlers who fled Haiti during the Haitian revolution.

The second wave of Haitian immigrants resulted from the American occupation of Haiti. Despite some of the challenges, Haitians managed to preserve their cultural heritage, language, and traditions, and weaved their lives into the fabric of Cuba.

Today, the Haitian culture can be seen in the streets of Havana and numerous parts of Cuban life. Many Haitians travel to Cuba to connect with parts of Haitian culture that are hardly found in Haiti.

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Learn authentic Cuban cooking direct from Havana

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You will learn how to make favorites like, Black Beans and Rice, Con Gris and Fried Pork Steaks, staples of the Cuban kitchen. Also, enjoy unexpected treasures such as Cuban Pasta (a favorite party dish), Cabbage Salad and Cuban Tamales.

You also get a unique non-tourist view of Havana and surrounding areas. Go to a beach house and make barbequed fish. Take a motorcycle side car tour of Buena Vista, a suburb of Havana, home of the famous Buena Vista Social Club.

All the recipes are included on the dvd, and include:
· “Sofrito” your secret to making tasty, authentic, Cuban cuisine.
· Cuban Tamales — not your typical cornmeal dough filled with meat, amaze your friends with these.
· Cuban Chicken — plenty of garlic and onions.
· Black Beans & Rice the easy & delicous Cuban way.
· Con Gris — perfect for your leftover black beans, and a staple on the island.
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Learn How to Make a Cuban Sandwich with Chef Sean from City Table

Learn how to create the perfect Cuban Sandwich with Chef Sean from City Table Restaurant in Boston, Massachusetts
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