Sunday, December 03, 2006



I've really enjoyed the food in Uruguay-- which you may have noticed from my posts on el horno, la parilla, and other places. I've tended to focus on the beef, which is excellent, at the expense of the pasta which is also excellent. Many little shops specialize in fresh pasta and it's also available in all the supermarkets and nearly all the restaurants.

We've had ravioli, canelones, tortelines, capilletis, and sorrentinos filled with ricotta, other cheeses, meat, chicken, ham, vegetables and more. The noodles are yellow, green (spinach), and orange (red bell pepper). Oh, I can't forget to mention the ñoquis (gnocchi).

Another benefit of immigration!

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I could really use that bike!Ill bet it was not made in China.
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