The housemade berry tres leche cake at Caracara. (Credit: Jin Lee)
Tres leches -- or three milks -- cake is a popular conclusion to meals in many Latin American and Caribbean countries. Classically, it's made with a simple sponge or butter cake that's been soaked in a mixture of whole, evaporated and condensed milk. Often, it's topped with whipped cream. You'll find very good versions at these Long Island Latin American restaurants:
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