From her home kitchen in The Bronx Yolanda Andujar turns out beautiful bizcocho Dominicano, colorful, delicious, and rich Dominican cakes for all types of celebrations including birthdays, weddings and baptisms. She is one of New York City’s “informal” bakers, women who operate bakeries at home while keeping alive a Dominican culinary tradition. The photos in this essay were taken by Néstor Pérez-Molière.
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