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RE: chile vs chili 2007/12/28 19:38:38 (permalink)
You are correct Donna.
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RE: chile vs chili 2007/12/28 23:34:45 (permalink)
Yeah, I think Donna is right, too, on what she says. I think in cafes, you are often served one big TAMAL, or a plate with more, i.e. TAMALES, right? It's still surprises me that after all these decades there is still a little confusion about some of these terms. It's funny too that ARROZ is a singular word like RICE, I guess. FRIJOLES is is still plural. So the grammar is not always so different.

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RE: chile vs chili 2008/01/29 14:28:17 (permalink)
Salin, us Texans have certain liberties with the English and Spanish languages. Soooo, you can say it however you want, kinda sorta.

Fat stock show goin in Ft. Worth. Sorry for everyone not here to enjoy some great cow hoof chili!
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RE: chile vs chili 2008/01/29 14:47:50 (permalink)
Hey, isn't it "Roadfood"...not "RoadFood", as in the original post here?

" it seems like the folks reading RoadFood items should not have to be told the difference between the two terms."

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RE: chile vs chili 2008/01/29 14:48:30 (permalink)
Chile....chili.... who cares, pass me a bowl of menudo.
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RE: chile vs chili 2008/01/29 14:54:18 (permalink)
Menudo, mmmmm. And some Coldo De Res. Hmm, that may need it's own thread?
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RE: chile vs chili 2008/01/29 15:00:24 (permalink)
Makes a Saturday morning at Jalisco's in Imperial Beach really special, with some cilantro, lime,onions, oregano and a few jalapino slices with a couple flout tortlla's. Gotta have a Tecate too.
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RE: chile vs chili 2008/01/29 15:02:10 (permalink)
Oooh yeah....chilly with lots of chunckie tomados in it!
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RE: chile vs chili 2008/01/29 15:06:06 (permalink)
quote:
Originally posted by PapaJoe8

Menudo, mmmmm. And some Coldo De Res. Hmm, that may need it's own thread?
Joe


Caldo with oxtails or those big marrowy bones to suck clean?

Better hurry while its still cold, it tastes better.

joe
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