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Jul 29, 2005

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Moira

Now, this is my kind of breakfast...talk about a rib-sticker! We always start our weekend mornings like this, too. Pancakes, frittatas, home fries, coffee, o.j....you gotta love a big hot meal to get you going, even if it's just to read the paper. ;-)

Anne

I think I'll pass on the beans, but the rest looks delicious! Yum! Here's a little short meme I tagged you for!

http://annesfood.blogspot.com/2005/08/something-new-something-old.html

johanna

Oh no, Anne, you can't pass on the beans. If anyone ever tries to serve you a Mexican dish without frijoles, shy away from it! The beans are the best, I swear. Nothing compared to the slimey baked beans you get over here or in the States! Proper black beans, they're tasty (I swear) and have nothing in common with any other bean I know. Next time you come over, I'll make you some!

Catherine Mc Inerney

After spending four great years in Mexico I have to agree that this breakfast/brunch is just wonderful for giving me that extra bit of energy to face the day. Yes, I've had to eat some beef too in the mornings in order to get me through a three hours walk to the pueblo where I worked. This breakfast has been and continues to be a 'whopper' before a long day's work. Great recipe!

Renaud

Extrano los tacos al pastor de Mexico !!! ;-)

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