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Old 06-20-10, 07:40 PM   #1
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how many empanadas do you have to eat...

...before you fear for your life?





I just gavooned seven.





btw, I had one for breakfast today, and another six last night. *burp*
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Old 06-20-10, 08:03 PM   #2
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What kind? Those things are delish!
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Give me the vegetarian version after a long ride with plenty of climbing and who knows...
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Keep eating and have your next of kin let us know.
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other house residents are safe - there were no bovines harmed in the making of my empanadas...


these were from two different places nearby -

tonight was corn shells with chicken, and cheese and broccoli with amazing green hot sauce.

last night was cheese in an organic whole wheat shell and then corn with banana /nutella for dessert (and today's breakfast).

lordy that was yummy. I can barely move right now, however.
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Recommend you eat seven more and let us know. Or at least eat enough so you can tell us the proper meaning of the word 'gavoon'.
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How many empanadas can you make from one vegetarian?
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The only time I've had empanadas was when I was in Buenos Aires almost 7 years ago. I've had a hard time finding them since. Then again, I live in a rural part of PA where the closest town has three intersections with traffic lights.
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Haha. Never heard that one before.
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See kids? This is why Icy Hot should never be mistaken for chamois cream.
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I don't use chamois cream...sorry.
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If there is hard boiled egg in it? One. I hate hard boiled eggs.

Anything other than empanadas with egg then I guess 5 before I happily go to the Big Empanada Stand in the Sky. There you can eat empanadas anytime you like.
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The last time I had empanadas, I ended up with a new bike
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The only time I've had empanadas was when I was in Buenos Aires almost 7 years ago. I've had a hard time finding them since. Then again, I live in a rural part of PA where the closest town has three intersections with traffic lights.
I feel your pain, I live in BFE, PA too. You can get empanadas here:

http://www.ontheborder.com/location-search.aspx
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I feel your pain, I live in BFE, PA too. You can get empanadas here:

http://www.ontheborder.com/location-search.aspx
Hey Kids, this isn't too far for you. Is it?



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About an hour or so. Read the reviews, sounds like a good eatery. Thanks!
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Is the aswer "all of them" Alex?
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If there is hard boiled egg in it? One. I hate hard boiled eggs.

Anything other than empanadas with egg then I guess 5 before I happily go to the Big Empanada Stand in the Sky. There you can eat empanadas anytime you like.
My friend is from Chile and she is a masterful chef who often hosts little luncheons for friends and she makes the best empanadas I have ever tasted... and despite my dislike for hard boiled eggs she makes these taste good too.
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mmm... those look good.

I think indian cuisine has something similar.
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