Ropa vieja, Spanish for "old clothes," is a Cuban dish consisting of stewed beef with vegetables. It originates from a Sephardi dish from the Middle Ages and is very popular in central and southern Spain. The Spanish version is dissimilar.
It is also associated with other Caribbean cuisines. 
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- Ropa Vieja as made in Cuba
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