Por Santiago Salamanca (Chef Ejecutivo de La Cana Golf & Beach Club).
#QUÉDATEENCASA - ¡Vuélvete creativo@ con cualquier ingrediente disponible en tu refrigerador! En Puntacana Resort & Club hemos creado una nueva serie de Instagram "El buen gusto de estar juntos" con nuestro chef ejecutivo Santiago Salamanca. Cada semana se compartirán nuevas recetas para hacerlas en casa y aprenderás los trucos que hacen que su cocina sea única. Estamos seguros de que algunos de los platos le traerán recuerdos de las ofertas gastronómicas de nuestra propiedad.
A continuación compartimos nuestra primera recete, los famosos “Cubos de Atún” que están disponibles en el menú del restaurante The Grill en La Cana Golf & Beach Club. ¡Esperamos que los disfrutes en familia! #QUÉDATEENCASA
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Punta Cana has been the setting for many romantic getaways and empowering solo adventures. Its idyllic beauty has attracted the entertainment industry for decades. Everything from feature films to reality shows like The Bachelorette have filmed scenes in this scenic resort town. The fascinating history of Punta Cana can be explored through many immersive cultural attractions throughout the town, and that alone is worth vacationing here.
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In 2000, golf course designer P.B. Dye had an aerial game plan when he met with Frank Rainieri to discuss who would eventually design a new golf course on Rainieri’s Puntacana Resort. “I knew Frank was a pilot, and I had also been a pilot. I went into the meeting looking to speak Frank’s language,” Dye said
Dye knew that Rainieri was set on maintaining the palm trees lining the center of his resort’s southern coastline. Dye believed that by simply relocating those palm trees, Rainieri would own a real estate dream come true.
“I believed that by moving these coconut trees inland about 300 feet, passengers flying to the Punta Cana International Airport, would look down and see the turquoise Caribbean Sea on the left, the new golf course in the middle, and million-dollar homes on the right. Add some white sand to this picture, and I was convinced this land would generate income for Frank’s great grandchildren for years to come,” Dye recalled.
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