December Food Journey

10 thoughts on “December Food Journey”

  1. I am definitely going to try that horchata recipe…thanks. our neighbors brought over sweet tamales for christmas, that is about the only thing new I had this month and they were really good. I didn’t get the recipe though, been crazy busy lately. We plan on making tamales sometime later this month. Happy New year.

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  2. Mmmm….one of the best meals you’ve ever eaten, eh? You need to come to Houston again for some more Salvadorian fare 🙂
    And Old West moved???? Sad… Do you still get a GIANT mug of cocoa when you go?
    Finally, we ate tostones tonight, which are (mainly) a new food for me: the pupuseria we got dinner from was out of the normal, ripe plantains, so we couldn’t order our normal platanos fritos as a side. So they were making tostones instead (not Salvadorian), which are fried green plantains – not at all sweet, and something between a piece of bread and a fry, but served with crema, frijolitos (refried beans), and a spicy green salsa. My preference is for the sweet plantains, but these were yummy 🙂

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  3. Sounds like you had a great December! I’m originally from California so the enchiladas and horchata look REALLY good to me right now!

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