Thursday, October 28, 2010

Fiesta Food

Fiesta Food

No fiesta would be complete without the proliferation of artery clogging, fast foods such as hamburgers and hot dogs, served from the multitude of stalls temporarily lining the square. The pepitos (hot rolls), usually meat or chicken, are a much better choice, I think. And, just to add that Canarian touch, you can get them with crazy potatoes, which here are called papas, not patatas as they are in Spain.

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