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August 27, 2009

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lol thanks you held me in my project

What an interesting flavor combination for empanadas! I'll definitely be trying these one night soon.

Thanks for the mention of my recipe as well!

Un beso,
Katie

me gustan tus recetas algunas no las conocìa por ejemplo, èsta de pollo pimientos y puerro, voy a traducir la receta y hacerlas, se ver muy ricas, un beso y saludos de Florencia. desde Bowen Mza. R. Argentina.

Some day I'd love to have an empanada-making party, do several types of fillings, and put the empanadas in the freezer so I could have them any time. This filling will definitely be on my list.

I agree with the comment that an Argentine's castellano sounds like Spanish with an Italian accent. I used to tell people that very same thing when I lived there. It sounds so sophisticated -- at least with my North American ear it did.

I must say, your repulge is excellent! I have yet to get it right, but I'll keep trying. :)

Ohh I love empandas de pollo more vegs and with a malbec wine is a great combo :)

Cheers!

Gera

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