Cebollitas definitely make for an amazing side dish. Grilled is definitely the way to go. The best spot to find them is a Mexican market, where they're usually plentiful and cheap.
Also, they're often available (cooked) at taquerias, and darn tasty. I recommend the ones at Comales.
May 1, 2006 1:26 PM
Thanks for the pizza tip! Also, on the cebollitas, a squeeze of fresh lime juice and a pinch of salt just as you serve them is heavenly!
May 1, 2006 2:23 PM
Lime juice! Monica - that's a great idea. I'm glad I still have a bundle in the crisper.
May 1, 2006 3:26 PM
Thanks for the tip on Bellona's. I'll be in town this weekend for the Fancy Foods show, hopefully I'll have time to check it out.
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May 2, 2006 10:39 AM
mexican cuisine has more yummy and mouth watering food items -you could experiment with non-vegetarian items other than onions , or , maybe , even acombination of both. it would surely be enjoyable. however , too much aof agood thing may turn out to be bad . although , mexican food is appetising , yet , it is too aspicy , and excess intake of the same may damge the digestive system.
May 3, 2006 4:44 AM
since i'm not an awfully curious person when it comes to things like how the backs of electronics products are fastened on, i just assumed, based on what the guy was saying, that taking the back off and taking out the battery would be along the lines of doing the same with a cell phone. iriver's friendly player takes aim at the ipod mini. mp3 players - creative zen mp3 player 32gb. the wall-mountable mc235 is a mere 3.78 inches thick--bigger than a credit card but far smaller than the average cd player and speaker combo.
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