Favourite Tapas?

I can't resist a good Serrano ham - every bit as good as the Italian stuff! My other favourite is the type of Chorizo that you cook - often with white wine.

I spent a year living in southern Spain, and developed a taste for black pudding (morcilla), nothing like the dry black stuff served up with British breakfasts. 

Bob the Builder posted:

Patatas el Podre /Potatoes of the poor.

A new one to try I did see this in Keith Floyd I think or maybe some other book but found it actually on a menu last night potatoes, garlic & peppers 🌶 

heaven

Nice, but not as nice as patatas bravas!

Bob the Builder posted:

Patatas el Podre /Potatoes of the poor.

A new one to try I did see this in Keith Floyd I think or maybe some other book but found it actually on a menu last night potatoes, garlic & peppers 🌶 

heaven  

 

 "Podre" in Spanish (from Latin putris) means putrid another meaning is pus  (same word in Spanish).  Your potatoes were either bad or instead of mayo there was pus with them.  Did you really eat them that way?

 

Bob the Builder posted:

No obviously a spelling mistake. I thought we had got over all the grammar and spelling lessons on this forum. 

Some people read what you write. Others interpret. There can be faults in either, but the safest way is to spell correctly what you mean to say. Lots of spelling help is available from search engines.

A woman on a forum posted "I love the smell of my man's colon". An endearing statement to the fetish members who responded in kind. The more mainstream politely assumed she meant to write "cologne" and offered responses from their perspective. The "just get a bottle of it for yourself and spray it on whenever you want" response got lots of likes from both factions. 

Erich posted:
Bob the Builder posted:

Patatas el Podre /Potatoes of the poor.

A new one to try I did see this in Keith Floyd I think or maybe some other book but found it actually on a menu last night potatoes, garlic & peppers 🌶 

heaven  

 

 "Podre" in Spanish (from Latin putris) means putrid another meaning is pus  (same word in Spanish).  Your potatoes were either bad or instead of mayo there was pus with them.  Did you really eat them that way?

 

It’s pobre, meaning poor in Spanish. 

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