While this may be the start of a new year, the weather is still cold enough to welcome your daily use of seasonal clothing, and after the clock strikes five, here's a couple more seasonal offerings you can indulge in for dinner.For the winter season, Calle Ocho has added new tasty entrees to complement the weather. A new must-try dish for dinner is the Puerco Asado. This dish features roasted pulled pork shoulder served over steamed yuca, and topped with a sour orange mojo for a delectable finish. This dish is great for anyone who would love a Cuban-style dinner cooked low and slow to add the flavor. The Lechon is another great pork dish that features braised pork shank served over guizo de maiz, a hearty corn stew. The pork shank is braised until it is so tender it practically falls off the bone. The guizo de maiz served with this dish is a stew of corn, ham, tomato, onion and garlic for an eclectic blend of flavors. The Puerco Asado and the Lechon are both seasonal offerings which are intended to be on the menu until the weather warms up again. Yet, after your dinner is complete, don't leave until you try the new desserts. The Rumba is a mango mousse and coconut mousse over a layer of spongecake, topped off with seasonal fresh fruits and finished with a raspberry coulis sauce. A healthy alternative to this dessert is an equally delicious offering of the Banana Tres Leches, which is Calle Ocho's twist on the traditional Latin dessert. This dish consists of banana spongecake soaked in the traditional tres leches, a mixture of condensed or evaporated milk and heavy cream. This delightful dessert is also topped with fresh banana slices. So get out with the old and the cold, and in with the new, by visiting Calle Ocho and endulging in their new seasonal menu.