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Thursday, 12 November 2009



hi kirk - they also serve baleadas at el salvadoreno! yes, they are total greasebombs, but that didn't stop me from eating one!


great post! this looks so good!


Big breakfast is the best way to start the morning ;-)


Wow, that is huge! I think I'd have to go back to bed after eating that.


Hi CC - This one is even more of a caolrie bomb, and even more greasy if you can imagine.

Hi Kat - I did get a whole days' quota of calories in one meal!

Hi Billy - But this much breakfast?

Hi Carol - I was ready to do just that!

Keahi Pelayo

Looks really tasty. Thanks for sharing.


Hi Keaji - Mahalo! I think Baleadas would do well here....


Yummy! That looks crazy good. Chorizo is pretty much the tastiest way to start the day.


Hi Lynnea - Yes, it is......


I found your page while trying to find baleadas in San Francisco. Your pics and descriptions made me feel like I was back eating my way through Honduras. Mmmmmmmm.


Thanks for taking the time out to comment Greg, I appreciate it! Baleadas.... man that'll hold you all day. BTW, I think El Paisa has Baleadas in SF.

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