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“Incidentally, the attempted joke around the word flautas is clumsy and offensive, if only mildly so.”
“Thus our chicken/cheese flautas were a bit on the garlicky side, but actually still pretty tolerable.”
“I have also here in the borderlands on both sides of the river frequently heard taquitos referred to as flautas.”
“The chicken tortilla vegetable soup, PKs black bean soup, beef flautas, the santa fe burrito.”
“Slow-cooking leeks makes a soft and buttery confit, great for adding to savory pancakes and flautas; tossing them into a Chicken Stir-Fry immediately gives the dish more bulk.”
“I make tacos, I make enchiladas, I make flautas.”
“Since opening in July 2007, the braised short rib flautas were always one of the most popular entrees at Johnny Utah's, a mid-scale Tex Mex restaurant in New York's Rockefeller Center.”
“Johnny Utah's owner Bobby Werhane says demand for dishes like flautas and fajitas plummeted, while orders for burgers, ribs and smoked Texas chili rose.”
“Getty Images But as the economy took a dive this fall, so did the flautas.”
“He's faster at rolling flautas than a speeding bullet, more powerful a chef than thousands of Marias and Juans in Chicago, able to leap into halls of fame while wearing huaraches ... look up in the sk ...”
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