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Final Touches: Lattice, Herringbone, Rope, and Scallop edges

Food vendors in Latin America use different folds (crescent shape or rope edge) to seal off empanadas, creating a quick way to identify whether the filling is pork meat, beef, or vegetable. 441 more words

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Must Try Empanadas at "El Saltañita", El Bolsón, Argentina

El Bolsón is a  beautiful, magical town in the midst of a hiker’s paradise.  Many outdoor types come here to relax after conquering the many trails that link around the Rio Azul Natural Protected Area.   214 more words

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Homemade Chicken Empanadas

Ever since I went to Puerto Rico, back when I was 10, I have dreamt of the chicken empanadas I had while I was there. They were absolutely amazing and the thing I remember most from that trip. 208 more words

Feast Your Hungry Eyes on Pollo Campero

Yesterday, Gabriella and I went to Pollo Campero, a Latin fast-food chicken chain restaurant founded by Guatemalan businessman Dionisio Gutiérrez Gutiérrez. Pollo Campero has 300 locations around the world, 50 of which are located in the United States. 249 more words

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A football match in Argentina

I have never been to a football (aka soccer) match before in my life, but knew South America was the place to see one if I ever would. 274 more words

From Chile comes spice and all things nice

When I’m not swishing and spitting (well, more like swallowing) wine at the West London Wine School, I’m looking for other opportunities to further my wine education. 717 more words

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Day 304/365 - Homemade

My mother-in-law made these homemade empanadas.  They were delish!

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