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The Famous Italian Chilaquiles

The name chilaquiles comes from the Aztec word chīlāquilitl, which means “herbs or vegetables in chile sauce”. Today you will find many versions of chilaquiles in Mexico, the most common a breakfast dish with totopos (tortilla chips) and chile sauce. Eggs are not uncommon, both scrambled and fried, sometimes topped with cheese and crema (Mexico´s answer to sour cream). Beans are also a chilaquiles staple.

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Flashback Fridays: It´s Pork Season. It´s Always Pork Season.

Photos: Geir Egil Bergjord

My first trip to Italy was an eye-opening revelation. I experienced food in a whole new way, without any fancy tricks. One of the first dishes I was served was pork loin stuffed with yellow peppers and spinach, slow roasted in the oven. Here is my version of the same dish, cooked on the grill.

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Flashback Fridays: Pickled onions

Photo: Aina Hole

I have been in the blog business for nearly one month. I have received good help in getting started and I have learned a lot by studying other people´s blogs. Some are very good while others are not my particular cup of tea.

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