I do have one recipe contribution to make that I hope you'll like, although I don't have a photo to go with it. My mother is Cuban and when I was growing up often made a traditional Cuban dish called 'picadillo'. It's a thick, ground-beef based dish served over rice. I replaced the beef with black beans, and this seems to work really well.
1 can black beans
1 diced onion
1 large diced potato (or 2 medium)
1 8 oz can tomato sauce
1 jar green olives (sliced or whole, however you prefer)
1 small box of raisins (snack-size, or 1/3 cup)
Goya seasoning (usually found in Mexican section or spice section of the grocery store; if not, use garlic powder, onion powder, turmeric, salt and pepper)
2 cups cooked rice, brown or white as preferred (stew served over it)
Cooking directions: Saute the onion and black pepper in a fairly deep skillet for a few minutes in olive or canola oil, then add the diced potatoes, tomato sauce, and enough water to just submerge the potatoes. The liquid should be pretty tomato-ey, so if it seems a little thin, add more tomato sauce. Use plenty of Goya (or garlic/onion/turmeric). Cover and cook on low until the potatoes are tender, then add the olives and raisins and cook for another 15-20 minutes, until the raisins are completely reconstituted. Serve over white or brown rice as you prefer.
The ingredients may sound odd, but it's really an awesome dish, and a staple in Havana. Enjoy!