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Churros and Hot Chocolate

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One of the delights of Spanish cuisine, in the sweets department, are churros, as seen in the photo.

Churros are deep-fried pastries that are offered from churrería stands at local markets and fairs throughout Spain.

The best way, in my view, to eat churros is sitting down in a Xocolateria in Mallorca, probably in the capital, Palma de Mallorca, and having it with a taza de chocolate caliente. That’s real, and hot, and thick, chocolate to drink. Divine. Try it.

The photo was taken in the village of Campos, Mallorca, Spain. The date: October 18th, 2007. The time was 18:13:56.

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  1. Is taza de chocolate caliente similar to drinking chocolate? I personally love drinking chocolate, but there is a big difference between hot chocolate and drinking chocolate. I found a lot of info and good recipes at http://www.drinkingchocolates.com. They even have flavorings you can add like raspberry and hot chili. Yum! The Italian Style Drinking Chocolate at drinkingchocolates.com is so delicious – better than any cocoa mix I’ve ever had at least.

    • taza de chocolate caliente is translated to “cup of hot chocolate”. so I’m guessing, and also about what the author says, that this is real chocolate and not some Nestles’ hot coco mix.

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