View Full Version : la comida de tu paiz favorita?


Bronsky
07-23-2012, 12:21 PM
Que comida de tu paiz es la favorita? Y si puedes pon fotos asi vemos. A mi me gusta cocinar y ver recetas hispanas.

-jose-
07-23-2012, 01:10 PM
Arroz con Guandules y Lechon and a cold Medalla to wash it down...

Bronsky
07-23-2012, 01:27 PM
I've never tried a medalla in PR. Arroz con gandules I can make and a lechon I've never tried making

bigsmoothh
07-23-2012, 03:19 PM
http://ts4.mm.bing.net/images/thumbnail.aspx?q=4874754169898487&id=8e4ae96f2d3c0e2467c5ac114d7e7148

para mi son las gorditas de chicharron verde, y una sangria bien helada.....

http://ts1.mm.bing.net/images/thumbnail.aspx?q=4590350038993412&id=d0b30ff9a57b24a88da9655a232ca1f1

MEXGBP
07-23-2012, 03:41 PM
http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/images/dt-chilaquiles.jpg

unos chilaquieles rojos bien picosos, para cuando estoy crudo, con una estela artois beer

-jose-
07-23-2012, 04:32 PM
I've never tried a medalla in PR. Arroz con gandules I can make and a lechon I've never tried making

buy a Pernil and look up in the internet how to make it Puerto Rican style...the first time might not come out to good but every time you make one you start adding your own flavors and soon enough you'll master the flavors...this is how the last one I made looked like (with some help from my wife)...

http://i1087.photobucket.com/albums/j470/laselva787/20120617_120828.jpg
my cholesterol shot up but it was worth it...lol!

Optimistic
07-23-2012, 05:07 PM
A mi me encanta el mofongo.

http://www.elcolmadito.com/Arte/MasProductos/mofongo.jpg

Bronsky
07-23-2012, 06:10 PM
Big smooth wonder if I can do that with a pita bread? I'll try that. Mexgbp that looks good with some jalapenos would be crazy. Jose I'll leave the lechon to my girl who's rican but I want to surprise her and make it myself and zodiac, mofongo is the shi.t I love that

Bronsky
07-23-2012, 07:14 PM
http://static.recetasgratis.net/images/recetas/20090524005511.jpg



Ceviche de camaron colombiano

bigsmoothh
07-24-2012, 12:15 AM
now im hungry........

dj Calleti
07-24-2012, 02:29 AM
Pupusas.

It's the only thing my people can do.

http://newyork.seriouseats.com/images/20080912PupusasCU.jpg

Underboss
07-24-2012, 11:42 AM
http://www.nmgastronome.com/abq/cuban/Images/Yasmany03.jpg

El.Naranjito707
07-24-2012, 11:51 AM
Carnitas, Enchiladas, Pasole

-jose-
07-24-2012, 12:48 PM
Pupusas.

It's the only thing my people can do.

http://newyork.seriouseats.com/images/20080912PupusasCU.jpg

always heard of this but never tasted them...what exactly are they made out of...?

-jose-
07-24-2012, 12:51 PM
sangria bien helada.....

[IMG]http://ts1.mm.bing.net/images/thumbnail.aspx?q=4590350038993412&id=d0b30ff9a57b24a88da9655a232ca1f1

do you make your own sangria...?

Luffy
07-24-2012, 01:11 PM
the food from your favorite country or the favorite food from your country???

dj Calleti
07-24-2012, 01:19 PM
always heard of this but never tasted them...what exactly are they made out of...?

I think dough and the inside u pick what you want.

Most common thing are either de queso o revuelas.

Which is mixed with a bunch of sh*t. Dunno what it is exactly but I promise you that you'll like it. Everyone that has tried em that I introduced to has loved em. Polish, kenyan, cuban, peruvian, colombian, etc.

The pic I posted is cheese with some green sh*t called loroco. My father loves that but I think it's complete ass. You have to tell em to put that stuff in tho. So if you order cheese it'll be plain cheese which is fukin great.

I usually get una revuela y una de queso. If I'm starving I get 2 revulas y una de queso and a pink lemonade on the side...

Bronsky
07-24-2012, 01:20 PM
the food from your favorite country or the favorite food from your country???

La comida favorite de tu paiz.

dj Calleti
07-24-2012, 01:21 PM
do you make your own sangria...?

My father always says his sangrias are great but the last time he made one was like 10 yrs ago.
:lol1:

Bronsky
07-24-2012, 01:39 PM
I think dough and the inside u pick what you want.

Most common thing are either de queso o revuelas.

Which is mixed with a bunch of sh*t. Dunno what it is exactly but I promise you that you'll like it. Everyone that has tried em that I introduced to has loved em. Polish, kenyan, cuban, peruvian, colombian, etc.

The pic I posted is cheese with some green sh*t called loroco. My father loves that but I think it's complete ass. You have to tell em to put that stuff in tho. So if you order cheese it'll be plain cheese which is fukin great.

I usually get una revuela y una de queso. If I'm starving I get 2 revulas y una de queso and a pink lemonade on the side...

Pupusas son buenas, una amiga Salvadoreña y Argentina me trajo de queso me la tome con un soda Colombiana que se llama Colombiana lol

-jose-
07-24-2012, 01:54 PM
My father always says his sangrias are great but the last time he made one was like 10 yrs ago.
:lol1:

I knew this Peruvian guy that use to put Inca Cola in his Sangria and it tasted really good...

-jose-
07-24-2012, 01:58 PM
I think dough and the inside u pick what you want.

Most common thing are either de queso o revuelas.

Which is mixed with a bunch of sh*t. Dunno what it is exactly but I promise you that you'll like it. Everyone that has tried em that I introduced to has loved em. Polish, kenyan, cuban, peruvian, colombian, etc.

The pic I posted is cheese with some green sh*t called loroco. My father loves that but I think it's complete ass. You have to tell em to put that stuff in tho. So if you order cheese it'll be plain cheese which is fukin great.

I usually get una revuela y una de queso. If I'm starving I get 2 revulas y una de queso and a pink lemonade on the side...
have to find these in Jersey...they sound mouth watering...

dj Calleti
07-24-2012, 02:31 PM
have to find these in Jersey...they sound mouth watering...

Lots of good places in Elizabeth and Linden. Dunno about Newark or Roselle, I don't usually go to those places often.

I'm sure there should be a place full of cerrotes by where you live tho.

Empanadas de carne y pollo by colombians is fukin amazing. I love colombian food and women.
:luvbed:

Bronsky
07-24-2012, 02:39 PM
Lots of good places in Elizabeth and Linden. Dunno about Newark or Roselle, I don't usually go to those places often.

I'm sure there should be a place full of cerrotes by where you live tho.

Empanadas de carne y pollo by colombians is fukin amazing. I love colombian food and women.
:luvbed:

Colombian women are great and terrible at the same time. Loving, sexy, spiteful, and conniving. I could never date my women. Guess I know them far too well. Even though at the end of the day women are the same regardless of ethnicity and not all Colombian women are bad but for the most part they're great with the occasional flareups but those flareups are ridiculous.

-jose-
07-24-2012, 02:50 PM
Lots of good places in Elizabeth and Linden. Dunno about Newark or Roselle, I don't usually go to those places often.

I'm sure there should be a place full of cerrotes by where you live tho.

Empanadas de carne y pollo by colombians is fukin amazing. I love colombian food and women.
:luvbed:

lol! I'm married to a Colombian that cooks amazingly!!!

Bronsky
07-24-2012, 02:53 PM
lol! I'm married to a Colombian that cooks amazingly!!!

Wait, Colombian woman that cooks Rican lechon? :headbang:

-jose-
07-24-2012, 03:14 PM
Wait, Colombian woman that cooks Rican lechon? :headbang:


Yes Sirrrrrr!
she learned how to cook it before we got married because she knew I liked it...next day I bought a ring...lol!

jtcs1981
07-24-2012, 03:40 PM
1. Arroz con gandules, lechon asado, pasteles, morcillas y ensalada de papas.

2. Mofongo relleno de mariscos. Preferible camarones

3. Escabeche de guineo con mollejitas

4. Arroz con pollo y varios slices de aguacate

5. Arroz junto con habichuelas rosadas con fricase de conejo

6. Arroz junto con longaniza o longaniza de pollo o cerdo con tostones.

7. Carne frita con tostones o mofongo.

8. Arroz blanco con habichuelas rosadas guisadas con patitas de cerdos y bistec encebollado.

9. Verdura con bacalao. (verduras - ñame, yuca, yautia, pana y guineitos verdes)

10. Frituras: Alcapurrias, empanadillas de mariscos en especial de chapin, rellenos de papa y panas.

Para tomar siempre la cerveza medalla bien fria. Pero como me crie en el campo donde hay tantas frutas pues los jugos naturales era los favoritos de mi niñez. Y cuando digo naturales es que los tumbaba del arbol y los haciamos jugos:

Toronja - China (naranja) - Parcha (maracuya) - Guanabana - Tamarindo - Acerola (a type of tropical berries).

Otras frutas como el mango y la papaya las usabamos para batidos. I enjoyed being raised in a island.

I will post picture of all of that as soon as I have time.

-jose-
07-24-2012, 03:44 PM
1. Arroz con gandules, lechon asado, pasteles, morcillas y ensalada de papas.

2. Mofongo relleno de mariscos. Preferible camarones

3. Escabeche de guineo con mollejitas

4. Arroz con pollo y varios slices de aguacate

5. Arroz junto con habichuelas rosadas con fricase de conejo

6. Arroz junto con longaniza o longaniza de pollo o cerdo con tostones.

7. Carne frita con tostones o mofongo.

8. Arroz blanco con habichuelas rosadas guisadas con patitas de cerdos y bistec encebollado.

9. Verdura con bacalao. (verduras - ñame, yuca, yautia, pana y guineitos verdes)

10. Frituras: Alcapurrias, empanadillas de mariscos en especial de chapin, rellenos de papa y panas.

Para tomar siempre la cerveza medalla bien fria. Pero como me crie en el campo donde hay tantas frutas pues los jugos naturales era los favoritos de mi niñez. Y cuando digo naturales es que los tumbaba del arbol y los haciamos jugos:

Toronja - China (naranja) - Parcha (maracuya) - Guanabana - Tamarindo - Acerola (a type of tropical berries).

Otras frutas como el mango y la papaya las usabamos para batidos. I enjoyed being raised in a island.

I will post picture of all of that as soon as I have time.
I'm going to Puerto Rico in August and I think you just my menu for the time I'm there...lol!

-jose-
07-24-2012, 03:45 PM
1. Arroz con gandules, lechon asado, pasteles, morcillas y ensalada de papas.

2. Mofongo relleno de mariscos. Preferible camarones

3. Escabeche de guineo con mollejitas

4. Arroz con pollo y varios slices de aguacate

5. Arroz junto con habichuelas rosadas con fricase de conejo

6. Arroz junto con longaniza o longaniza de pollo o cerdo con tostones.

7. Carne frita con tostones o mofongo.

8. Arroz blanco con habichuelas rosadas guisadas con patitas de cerdos y bistec encebollado.

9. Verdura con bacalao. (verduras - ñame, yuca, yautia, pana y guineitos verdes)

10. Frituras: Alcapurrias, empanadillas de mariscos en especial de chapin, rellenos de papa y panas.

Para tomar siempre la cerveza medalla bien fria. Pero como me crie en el campo donde hay tantas frutas pues los jugos naturales era los favoritos de mi niñez. Y cuando digo naturales es que los tumbaba del arbol y los haciamos jugos:

Toronja - China (naranja) - Parcha (maracuya) - Guanabana - Tamarindo - Acerola (a type of tropical berries).

Otras frutas como el mango y la papaya las usabamos para batidos. I enjoyed being raised in a island.

I will post picture of all of that as soon as I have time.
I'm going to Puerto Rico in August and I think you just my menu for the time I'm there...

Optimistic
07-24-2012, 03:59 PM
1. Arroz con gandules, lechon asado, pasteles, morcillas y ensalada de papas.

2. Mofongo relleno de mariscos. Preferible camarones

3. Escabeche de guineo con mollejitas

4. Arroz con pollo y varios slices de aguacate

5. Arroz junto con habichuelas rosadas con fricase de conejo

6. Arroz junto con longaniza o longaniza de pollo o cerdo con tostones.

7. Carne frita con tostones o mofongo.

8. Arroz blanco con habichuelas rosadas guisadas con patitas de cerdos y bistec encebollado.

9. Verdura con bacalao. (verduras - ñame, yuca, yautia, pana y guineitos verdes)

10. Frituras: Alcapurrias, empanadillas de mariscos en especial de chapin, rellenos de papa y panas.

Para tomar siempre la cerveza medalla bien fria. Pero como me crie en el campo donde hay tantas frutas pues los jugos naturales era los favoritos de mi niñez. Y cuando digo naturales es que los tumbaba del arbol y los haciamos jugos:

Toronja - China (naranja) - Parcha (maracuya) - Guanabana - Tamarindo - Acerola (a type of tropical berries).

Otras frutas como el mango y la papaya las usabamos para batidos. I enjoyed being raised in a island.

I will post picture of all of that as soon as I have time.

http://thesecularity.com/download/file.php?id=7457

You just made me hungry af lol.

Luffy
07-24-2012, 08:00 PM
hamburguers, pizza

bigsmoothh
07-25-2012, 12:19 AM
do you make your own sangria...?



my mom does, its delicious............

bigsmoothh
07-25-2012, 12:22 AM
http://quetranzalabanda.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/tacos-pastor.jpg

has anyone ever had taquitas de tripas?

MEXGBP
07-25-2012, 01:48 AM
http://quetranzalabanda.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/tacos-pastor.jpg

has anyone ever had taquitas de tripas?

fck yeahh,
alpastor is my favorite

ELHURACAN58
07-25-2012, 06:45 PM
A mi me encanta el mofongo.

http://www.elcolmadito.com/Arte/MasProductos/mofongo.jpg

Siempre que tengo la oportunidad, me como un mofongo con pulpo.

Los mariscos siempre han sido mi favorita.

Un platorriqueño completo tiene que tener arroz, gandules, lechón (cualquier parte), yuca (ya sea sola o en forma de pasteles), y quizas un platano para hacer tostones jeje.

ELHURACAN58
07-25-2012, 06:55 PM
1. Arroz con gandules, lechon asado, pasteles, morcillas y ensalada de papas.

2. Mofongo relleno de mariscos. Preferible camarones

3. Escabeche de guineo con mollejitas

4. Arroz con pollo y varios slices de aguacate

5. Arroz junto con habichuelas rosadas con fricase de conejo

6. Arroz junto con longaniza o longaniza de pollo o cerdo con tostones.

7. Carne frita con tostones o mofongo.

8. Arroz blanco con habichuelas rosadas guisadas con patitas de cerdos y bistec encebollado.

9. Verdura con bacalao. (verduras - ñame, yuca, yautia, pana y guineitos verdes)

10. Frituras: Alcapurrias, empanadillas de mariscos en especial de chapin, rellenos de papa y panas.

Para tomar siempre la cerveza medalla bien fria. Pero como me crie en el campo donde hay tantas frutas pues los jugos naturales era los favoritos de mi niñez. Y cuando digo naturales es que los tumbaba del arbol y los haciamos jugos:

Toronja - China (naranja) - Parcha (maracuya) - Guanabana - Tamarindo - Acerola (a type of tropical berries).

Otras frutas como el mango y la papaya las usabamos para batidos. I enjoyed being raised in a island.

I will post picture of all of that as soon as I have time.

You my friend, have good taste:boxing:

Though who the hell eats rabbits here? lol

Ayer probé por primera vez jugo de carambola jeje.

ELHURACAN58
07-25-2012, 07:00 PM
http://quetranzalabanda.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/tacos-pastor.jpg

has anyone ever had taquitas de tripas?

The things I would do to those tacos:hitit:

RIZO24
07-25-2012, 07:16 PM
carnitas, gorditas, carne con nopales, Tortas de al pastor, un menudito bien caliente para la cruda!! I love being Mexican!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!By the way pupusas are ****en great, my best friend is Salvadorean and his mom made some bomb asss pupusas, de chicharron were my favorite!!!!!!!

-jose-
07-25-2012, 07:32 PM
last time I was in PR I ate a Chuleta Can-Can is like heaven for porkchop lovers...I was in a comma for the rest of that day...

http://i1053.photobucket.com/albums/s464/laselva58/plato_kankan_big.jpg

Bronsky
07-25-2012, 11:32 PM
last time I was in PR I ate a Chuleta Can-Can is like heaven for porkchop lovers...I was in a comma for the rest of that day...

http://i1053.photobucket.com/albums/s464/laselva58/plato_kankan_big.jpg

A blunt before hand and I would be happy as a pig in **** before passing out from the crazy goodness that the universe has just bestowed on me

Bronsky
07-25-2012, 11:34 PM
http://quetranzalabanda.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/tacos-pastor.jpg

has anyone ever had taquitas de tripas?

Had those yesterday at a great Mexican spot here in queens ny, place is constantly packed had a dos equis and was in heaven.

Bronsky
07-25-2012, 11:36 PM
Siempre que tengo la oportunidad, me como un mofongo con pulpo.

Los mariscos siempre han sido mi favorita.

Un platorriqueño completo tiene que tener arroz, gandules, lechón (cualquier parte), yuca (ya sea sola o en forma de pasteles), y quizas un platano para hacer tostones jeje.
Con pulpo? Pero pulpo de lata? Como las de Goya? O pulpo fresco? Me imagino que fresco? Que Buena idea.

BxFanViento
07-26-2012, 03:25 AM
I'm Hungry now!!

But I will add to the thread:

Tamales Oaxaqueños when they are made right they are amazing.

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Carnitas F*cking amazing

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BTW that chuleta can can looks delicious:boxing:

jtcs1981
07-26-2012, 10:46 AM
You my friend, have good taste:boxing:

Though who the hell eats rabbits here? lol

Ayer probé por primera vez jugo de carambola jeje.

En Caguas hay un sitio que hacen empanadillas de conejo y estan en la madre. El fricase sabe mejor que el de ternera o cabrito. Nunca he probado el jugo, pero las vecinas tenian arboles de carambola y eran un resuelve bestial. Una vez probe el de jobo y no me gusto. Ahora quisiera regresar a los 80, donde el vacilon era en el monte y en el rio. Y todo lo que comiamos era lo que daba el campo y no tanto dulce como ahora.

jtcs1981
07-26-2012, 11:07 AM
Con pulpo? Pero pulpo de lata? Como las de Goya? O pulpo fresco? Me imagino que fresco? Que Buena idea.

Los que he probado aqui es con pulpo fresco. Pero no todo el mundo lo sabe cocinar. En los pueblos de la costa, especialmente el area desde Luquillo hasta Guayama (norte,este,sureste) siempre encuentras buen marisco.

If any of you visit PR and you like lobster, go to a place in Naguabo call Makos Restaurant. The lobster is always around $50, but two can eat from them. Huge and it taste great.

Jose, I see you are a meat lover. Cuando vuelvas a la isla, ve a las montañas. Casa Bavaria en Morovis, Vaca Brava en Barranquitas, La Sombra Rest Doña Maria en Orocovis, El Asao en Ciales, te vas a jartar.

ELHURACAN58
07-26-2012, 08:54 PM
Con pulpo? Pero pulpo de lata? Como las de Goya? O pulpo fresco? Me imagino que fresco? Que Buena idea.

Claro que fresco, los de lata me ponen mal ewwww jaja

-jose-
07-26-2012, 09:55 PM
simpre tienes que dejar espacio para el postre...mi favorito es un Flan...

http://i1053.photobucket.com/albums/s464/laselva58/flan.jpg

MANIAC310
07-26-2012, 10:06 PM
http://i45.tinypic.com/2dkl84n.jpg


http://i50.tinypic.com/m7szo3.jpg

Optimistic
07-26-2012, 10:24 PM
simpre tienes que dejar espacio para el postre...mi favorito es un Flan...

http://i1053.photobucket.com/albums/s464/laselva58/flan.jpg

El flan de yautia is boss.

http://www.elcolmadito.com/Arte/MasProductos/27.jpg

El Arroz Con Dulce es delicioso tambien

-jose-
07-26-2012, 10:38 PM
http://i45.tinypic.com/2dkl84n.jpg


http://i50.tinypic.com/m7szo3.jpg

as long as I wash it down with a large milkshake and a Hershey pie for dessert...i'm in!

Null
07-27-2012, 02:32 AM
Man, I am so hungry. I am cutting weight right now. I have just been on goggle images looking at pictures of food. I just want to drink so many fluids right now. I want a Gatorade, a Pepsi, or an Horchata. Here is what I came up with for food, and it's not necessarily Mexican food. However, the Mos Chicken Bowl is like a Mexican style Chicken Bowl. I am just really hungry.

Mos Chicken Bowl
http://s3-media1.ak.yelpcdn.com/bphoto/RxFWDiVveM4NcIuCipRbFQ/l.jpg

Pizza
http://www.mypizzabrothers.com/pizzapic.jpg

Fried Rice
http://thaipavilionskokie.com/files/pictures/fried_rice.jpg

Fish & Chips
http://farehamtraditionalfishandchips.webs.com/fish_and_chips.jpg

-jose-
07-27-2012, 12:04 PM
El flan de yautia is boss.

http://www.elcolmadito.com/Arte/MasProductos/27.jpg

El Arroz Con Dulce es delicioso tambien

Flan de yautia ?
never heard of that....

-jose-
07-27-2012, 12:25 PM
Estoy loco por comerme unas Morcillas...lo primero que voy a comer cuando llegue a la isla...

http://i1053.photobucket.com/albums/s464/laselva58/morcilla21.jpg

Optimistic
07-27-2012, 12:46 PM
Flan de yautia ?
never heard of that....

Really? It's great, bro. You should make it sometime.

http://www.boricuazone.com/recetas/43-postres/89-flan-de-yautia.html

^ Directions on how to make it. It's my favorite kind of Flan.

chiguy91
07-27-2012, 02:50 PM
some really great food posted. :fing02:

tbh, i'm not really into the food scene. i don't really remember the names of some of the dishes i've tried over the years. only mexican food i eat outside my house is tortas, haha. besides that, i eat simple stuff like caldo de res, chuletas, and different types of seafood dishes my aunt or mother make for dinner. one thing i do love though is jibaritos. any puerto rican posters heard of it? it's a puerto rican sandwich that was supposedly made here in chicago, i'm not sure though. all i know is it's delicious.

http://celebreaty4recipes.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/dsc02742.jpg

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jibarito

-jose-
07-27-2012, 02:52 PM
Really? It's great, bro. You should make it sometime.

http://www.boricuazone.com/recetas/43-postres/89-flan-de-yautia.html

^ Directions on how to make it. It's my favorite kind of Flan.

thanks for the site...

-jose-
08-17-2012, 08:13 AM
just got back from the island and took a picture of one of the dishes I ate there...

http://i1087.photobucket.com/albums/j470/laselva787/1344905645-picsay.jpg

jtcs1981
08-17-2012, 08:31 AM
Flan de yautia ?
never heard of that....

Hay de platano y pana tambien. Hay gente que se las inventan cuando no hay cocos jeje

Estoy loco por comerme unas Morcillas...lo primero que voy a comer cuando llegue a la isla...

http://i1053.photobucket.com/albums/s464/laselva58/morcilla21.jpg

Bien picante.

Really? It's great, bro. You should make it sometime.

http://www.boricuazone.com/recetas/43-postres/89-flan-de-yautia.html

^ Directions on how to make it. It's my favorite kind of Flan.

Gracias por el link, voy a convencer a mi hermana que haga uno.

some really great food posted. :fing02:

tbh, i'm not really into the food scene. i don't really remember the names of some of the dishes i've tried over the years. only mexican food i eat outside my house is tortas, haha. besides that, i eat simple stuff like caldo de res, chuletas, and different types of seafood dishes my aunt or mother make for dinner. one thing i do love though is jibaritos. any puerto rican posters heard of it? it's a puerto rican sandwich that was supposedly made here in chicago, i'm not sure though. all i know is it's delicious.

http://celebreaty4recipes.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/dsc02742.jpg

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jibarito

Jibaritos? Not by that name, but seeing that picture I can see that you have Arroz con gandules, and some type of sandwich with plantains instead of bread. A couple of places here in the island do that type of sandwich, but right now I dont remember the name. Pretty good, I like it.

JRM
08-23-2012, 01:07 AM
don't know if any of you tried a burrito mojado before. Been eating these since forever.

Best food ever

just finished one

http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5084/5331579639_60230b7e9a_o.jpg

They don't look nothing like this though. This one looks green and ****. lol

Where I get them from they're red and white. :boxing:

-jose-
10-17-2012, 02:25 PM
Ate some home made Mondongo last weekend...

http://i1087.photobucket.com/albums/j470/laselva787/IMG954241.jpg

estaba delicioso!

Luffy
10-17-2012, 03:50 PM
have any of you guys in so cal been to a mexican restaurant called san pedros?

UTEP
10-17-2012, 09:46 PM
Caldo de camaron

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-thp6uTeE1H0/TryEYE1i02I/AAAAAAAAACU/jB2Ix9oTFkk/s1600/329280_256049137778589_100001205145255_753646_1760 232556_o.jpg



Posole

http://thewholekitchen.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/crockpot_chicken_posole.jpg



Fajita Trio... (chicken-steak-shrimp)

http://s3-media1.ak.yelpcdn.com/bphoto/c33Du_5p0bs7LWLgdjbWlQ/l.jpg



Carne a la tampequina

http://ww3.hdnux.com/photos/02/22/51/600670/6/628x471.jpg

bigsmoothh
10-18-2012, 02:12 AM
Caldo de camaron

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-thp6uTeE1H0/TryEYE1i02I/AAAAAAAAACU/jB2Ix9oTFkk/s1600/329280_256049137778589_100001205145255_753646_1760 232556_o.jpg



Posole

http://thewholekitchen.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/crockpot_chicken_posole.jpg



Fajita Trio... (chicken-steak-shrimp)

http://s3-media1.ak.yelpcdn.com/bphoto/c33Du_5p0bs7LWLgdjbWlQ/l.jpg



Carne a la tampequina

http://ww3.hdnux.com/photos/02/22/51/600670/6/628x471.jpg

muy buenos platillos, ya me dio hambre................

oscar_angels091
10-18-2012, 02:23 AM
have any of you guys in so cal been to a mexican restaurant called san pedros?

i have been there my man...

controlmachete
10-18-2012, 03:03 AM
Pupusas.

It's the only thing my people can do.

http://newyork.seriouseats.com/images/20080912PupusasCU.jpg

i love pupusas, revueltas con loroco... ya me dio hambre!!!!

controlmachete
10-18-2012, 03:19 AM
agujas nortenas, cabrito, menudo estilo norteno, carnitas, arracheras, pozole, borrego, in the north of mexico we eat a lot of meat, marinated overnight with chile ancho or de arbol, some guys put pinneaple juice on it to soften the meat... washed down with carta blanca or indio beer...

las salsas de tomatillo con cebolla y chile de monte o piquin, molcajeteadas...

here in dallas i sometimes prepare cecina con chipotle, its so easy, just buy any can of chipotles en adobo, put it on a big bowl with the meat and let it marinate overnight, grill it and you gonna come back praising my mexican azz to heavens, lmao!

-jose-
11-19-2012, 07:50 AM
Ate some sausage and peppers yesterday for breakfast.

http://i1087.photobucket.com/albums/j470/laselva787/1353328744-picsay.jpg