lunes, enero 08, 2007

Churreria


When it's cold there is nothing better to take a few of these "churros" or "porras" (which are made of flour, salt, milk and eggs) and a hot cup of chocolated-milk! This little shop is in Plaza de Castilla.
Cuando hace frio no hay nada mejor como unos cuantos churros o porras (harina, sal, huevos y leche) y un buen vaso de chocolate calentito! Este pequeño puesto está situado en la Plaza de Castilla.

Listening to Joaquín Sabina Por el boulevard de los sueños rotos

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At 8/1/07 10:49, Anonymous Anónimo said...

I've seen Churros here in france. Next time I see them I'll have to try them.
Thanks for calling by and leaving a word for me. Much appreciated.
Angela

 
At 8/1/07 14:27, Anonymous Anónimo said...

Carmen, You captured the light so nicely here. Churros would be welcome here as it is wet and cold right now. You've had such a sunny season so far this winter, and so many wonderful photos! Kudos,
-Kim
PS-thanks so much for your kind comments about the couple holding hands! -K.

 
At 8/1/07 14:28, Anonymous Anónimo said...

I meant DSole. . . sorry
-K.

 
At 8/1/07 16:49, Anonymous Anónimo said...

Hi Dsole! The last time I had churros was in Chicago and they were very tasty. Thanks for visiting San Antonio! Have a great week.

 
At 8/1/07 17:34, Blogger piika said...

yummy churros! mmmmm.

 
At 8/1/07 17:52, Anonymous Anónimo said...

churros y chocolata for me please!!! I had that everyday when I went to madrid for a holiday :)

 
At 8/1/07 22:23, Anonymous Anónimo said...

dsole, is churros those sugar and cinnamon doughnut thingy that is shaped like a log? I've seen them sold in the subway station and love them.

 
At 9/1/07 00:12, Blogger Dsole said...

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At 9/1/07 00:16, Blogger Dsole said...

Ming, those churros sold here usually don't have cinnamon... i've looked about in Wikipedia, and here's the link (hope it works this time)
Kim, don't worry about he wrong name, i'm glad to see you everybody around here :)

 
At 9/1/07 21:33, Anonymous kris said...

road side food is almost never wrong ..the place looks tempting!

 
At 10/1/07 08:21, Anonymous Anónimo said...

dsole, the churro I have eaten looks exactly like the first picture in wikipedia link.

Ooooh! I will have to go find some this weekend. Yummy!!! :-)

 
At 16/1/07 10:09, Anonymous Anónimo said...

Hola, Dsole, estupenda foto del atardecer en una escena cotidiana. Aqui en Ciudad de Mexico hay un lugar muy antiguo y tradicional llamado "El Moro" en el cual la especialidad por supuesto son Churros, tal como los describes, y los hay con canela tambien, obviamente se acompañan con varios tipos de chocolate, amargo, a la española, a la francesa, etc. y todo esta delicioso, y claro en temporada invernal se aprecian aun mas. Felicidades por tus fotos, estan llenas de sabor!

 

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