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Cigar Mike Pancier
The Swamp
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You do realize how jealous this makes me. They would have had to throw me out of that place. Being around all that coffee? Abusadora! Now to answer your questions: 1. What is your first cup in the morning? - Espresso? Cortadito? Americano? Cafe con leche. 2. Do you have an afternoon cup? Yes, a Colada. Which one of the coffees in this Holiday Collection (!) sounds the best to you? I would say whichever one can be brewed into espresso since I have no other coffee maker. The Dark, no flavor. I like coffee flavored coffee.
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Awesome post. Congrats!!!
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beautiful piece chica ....
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My Abuelo had 4 daughters and one son ... great tribute .... as I always says, so long as we always think of our lost loved ones, they are always alive with us.
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First you are an amazing chef; second you quote monty python -- the greatest comedic troupe of all time and one of the greatest sketches; and third you are most intelligent in heading to the apple store. enjoy your new Mac. and now for something completely different, a man with a tape recorder up his nose.
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Oye wanted to let you know that I used your recipe and other than screwing up the potatoes (I think I used the wrong kind cause I got hash browns rather than papitas), the fritas came out awesome. I used fresh spanish choizo (the red ones) took the casings off and grounded them with sirloin and churassco steak. I also added 2 serano chilis to the mix to give it a little kick. But the little fritas came out delicious. thanks for the recipies and keep 'em coming.
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Marta I left you a message on your babalu post. Is the chorizo you use paprika based like the spanish chorizo (whether cured or not)? or like the argentian based? i'm going to make this this weekend and don't want to overdo the paprika .... :-D
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And if you add a can of coco lopez to that same recipe plus cinnamon and nutmeg, you have coquito. I use something similar to your recipe except I add 1/2 cup white bacardi and 1/2 cup dark bacardi....I don't add water like you do... have a great holiday ...
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