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Saturday, 04 December 2010

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sawyer

i love that they give you a little container of those pickled cabbage and what not....that's a nice touch. i have not yet had the pleasure of having a pupusa yet....i always imagined it to be something different (like a big samosa), but that looks wonderful....when i come down, i will definitely have to try and find a place although with all the food blogs i read/all my cravings as a poor student...the list is neverending!

i hope you and the rest of the mmmyoso crew have been well! at least i know you've all been eating well =)

ed (from Yuma)

This makes me so hungry. Those pupusas look great. I still miss the Salvadoran place in Yuma that closed (Pupuseria Cabanas).

AZ

I've never had a pupusa either, but one day while driving to a thrift store significant other saw a sign that said "Pupusas for Sale." SO said "boy somebody needs to learn how to spell puppies." I laughed and explained what a pupusa was, but we didn't stop to try any.

Cathy

I think we all have kept the poor student mentality on this blog, Sawyer. That way we can show many enjoyable meals. Pupusas are masa/corn based and samosa are more dough/flour based. Both are good and hearty. These are so fresh...
I looked at your Pupuseria Cabanas posts, ed, and just wanted to drive East for 3 hours...it looked wonderful.
Ha, AZ. We were passing the Target parking lot in Santee and saw a truck with "Puppies for Sale"...maybe it wasn't what we thought...You need to just stop when you see signs. It's fun.

Rosa

I love curtido! Never thought of it as "kimchee" but now that you mention it, it totally is! Lol...

Cathy

Hi again, Rosa. This place makes an excellent, finely sliced, fresh curtido. Sometimes my immediate thought (about many things) is oddly unusual, yet properly descriptive, that's just how I am.

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