LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||22/JUL/2010 1:28 AM|
|Assunto:||CRS - pineapple omelet|
CRS, don't mention a pineapple omelet and then run and hide. What kind of a friend are you? I've never heard of such an omelet and I'd love to know more about it.
This morning I made an omelet with Italian sausage (much like the "toscano" found in RGS), green onions, cheddar cheese, Cajun seasoning, Italian seasoning, and mushrooms. Oh, yeah, I threw in some Mexican extra spicy tomato sauce.
Omelets are not common here. The typical Costa Rican breakfast is called "gallo pinto" (spotted rooster) and has rice, black beans, onions, maybe a little piece of meat, fried banana, fried cheese (a soft cheese called "Turrialba"), coffee with milk, a glass of fruit juice, and maybe a slice of toast. It's a heavy breakfast that lets the farmer skip lunch and eat again in the mid-afternoon.
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