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Valentine’s Spanish Word List

Valentine's  most popular Spanish words:Amiga (o): FriendAmistad: FriendshipAmor: LoveAmorcito: SweetheartAnillo de compromiso: Engagement ringArgollas Matrimoniales: Wedding ringsBoda: WeddingCita: DateCorazón: HeartCupido: CupidDía de San Valentin: Valentine's DayDía del Amor y la Amistad :... Read More

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Mexico Lindo y Querido

México Lindo y Querido is a traditional  Mexican song written by Chucho Monge and made famous by singer Jorge Negrete  It is one of the most popular songs widely known throughout the Spanish-speaking world for its  love and loyalty for the land of Mexico.   VOZ DE LA GUITARRA M... Read More

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Flan Spanish Custard

  The word Flan comes from the old French flaon, which means custard.  The history of Mexico's  famous dessert goes back to ancient Rome, where domesticated chicken produced too many eggs which then were used to make custard. The Spaniards, when they conquered what is now Mexico, introduce... Read More

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Guacamole

Ingredients : 4 Ripe Haas Avocados Diced or mashed 1tb Lemon juice 2 Tomatoes peeled and chop 1c Onions finely chopped 1t Salt ½ tsp Pepper 1tb Jalapeño Chiles – chopped (1 or 2 depending on tolerance to Picante!) 1tb Fresh cilantro -- chopped Chop or mash the ripe av... Read More

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Arroz con Leche - Book Cover

Arroz con Leche

INGREDIENTS ½ cup raisins ¼ sherry ½ cup long-grain white rice 1 cinnamon stick 1 cup sugar 4 cups milk Ground cinnamon, for dusting Lemon rind Pinch of salt Water Directions Soak rice in enough hot water to cover for 10 minutes. Rinse in cold water and drain. Place in a sauce pan wit... Read More

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¡Adivina Adivinador! Day of the Dead Sayings

Hay más tiempo que vida There is more time than life. Hierba mala nunca muere. Bad weed never dies. Se me subió el muerto. The deceased climbed on me!  Which means: “It really scared me!” Ya ni en la paz de los sepulcros creo. I don’t even believe in the peace of the tombs anymore.... Read More
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