Send me a picture of your Christmas tree and/or your fondest Christmas memory!

The Christmas tree picture will be featured (with your blog info, if you have one) in my 'Christmas around the world' post on the 25th. Remember to include your name and country of residence...

If you send me a story of your fondest Christmas memories, I will publish it in the days leading to Christmas (giving the corresponding credit, of course). If you have a blog and you have already written it, I will simply link to that post, and feature the story in Spanish (or English, depending on the original language), here at LfW.

Enviame una foto de tu arbolito de Navidad y/o tu recuerdo más querido!

Lo voy a mostrar (junto con tu blog) en mi post del 25, titulado 'Navidad por todo el mundo'. Acordate de incluir tu nombre y lugar de residencia...

Si me enviás una historia de tus recuerdos navideños más queridos, los publicaré en los días anteriores a Navidad (con los créditos correspondientes, por supu). Si tenés un blog y la historia ya está publicada, simplemente pondré un link aquí, y traduciré la historia al español (o inglés, dependiendo del lenguage original), aquí en LfW.


Wednesday, April 04, 2012

WW#236 – Fries, Persillade style

 
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Persillade (‘provenzal’ in Argentina) is the mixture of finely chopped garlic and parsley.
Try that with fries and then tell me what you think… :-)
Persillade es el nombre real de lo que llamamos ‘provenzal’, la mezcla de ajo y perejil.
Prueben unas papas fritas a la provenzal y después me cuentan… :-)
 

5 comments:

  1. Sounds good to me. I really have met too many rise I don't like. As long as they are crispy, we are good.

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  2. Wow- those look yummy!

    Have a great WW!
    POSH

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  3. Those fries look--and sound--so good! I'm going to have to attempt making those! Happy WW!

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  4. I absolutely love papas fritas a la provenzal! But then again, I love just about anything with garlic. And thank you for teaching me something--I had no idea they were called persillade style.

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