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Adentro Cojutepeque


So what’s the difference? It’s actually pronounced PUP•USA. Pupusas are the typical dish from the Central American country El Salvador. El Salvador is known for their mouth savoring Pupusas made with beans, cheese, and chicharones (also known as pork rinds). 224 palabras más


Xela Streetfood Snack Attack

Sampling the local cuisine is an important part of travelling and buying food from the street vendors is a great way to do this 452 palabras más


Pupuseria La Bendicion in Cleveland

We are loving the proliferation of Salvadorean pupusa places in Cleveland, and the latest stop on our pupusa exploration is Pupuseria La Bendicion (93685 W 105th St, Cleveland, OH 44111) on the southwest side of Cleveland. 353 palabras más


Honduras & El Salvador: Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover

How can there be so much violence in a country where people are so nice and friendly? I asked myself this question many times in both Honduras and El Salvador. 1.038 palabras más


Day 3 - Alcatraz & Mission District

This morning we had our first American Starbucks. I know we should support local coffee shops, but I felt like our trip wouldn’t have been complete without a stop at the most famous American coffee chain. 931 palabras más


Cheese Pupusas

Like a true Salvadoran, I love pupusas. Pupusa is a funny word but these round, stuffed tortillas are El Salvador’s national dish and probably it’s biggest claim to fame. 690 palabras más



I made pupusas on Saturday, February 27, 2016. I have been looking forward to making these for a while. The process was simpler than I thought it would be.   438 palabras más