let me show you.
If you ask for a quesadilla here this is what you will get. The only way I know how to describe it is that it is the texture of cornbread but tasted like cheesecake. It's yummy!
What is that and how do you eat it? Is something I say a lot. I can't remember the name of the "spiky strawberries" but the green stuff is called loroco, its actually a flower bud, it is used to flavor dips, spreads, cheese and salad.
Why we only have one flavor of Tang in Utah, I don't know but seriously, move over cool aid!!
Honey so fresh there is still a bee in it.
(If you buy it in the street it is sold in a vodka bottle.)
This is a Zapote. Yummy! I made a bread out of this and it was really good!
coconut candy on the plate, peace corps made pineapple, passion fruit, and strawberry jams. And a jar of bee pollen.
Chicken, chicken, everywhere! They use every part of the chicken including the feet I tried chicken feet soup, not my favorite but I can say I tried it.
You can not talk about El Salvadorian food without the pupusa. A pupusa is a tortilla stuffed with beans, cheese, and if you choose meat, or if you are my kids, just a tortilla with cheese inside. And a cabbage salad on top with a super yummy tomatoe salsa dressing.
Fresh fish at the beach, with a side of massive stomachache.
And for today's grand finale... corn flavored ice cream! Avocado I can get behind, chicle, my kids love, but corn? I love you anyway El Salvador!!