Did you perchance mean manzana?
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“Where in Michoacán (or elsewhere) is the chile manzano grown -- the chile manzano that's sold in the Pátzcuaro market?”
“There was a sort of dry salad of tomato cubes, onion shreds, cilantro, just piqued enough with chile manzano.”
“The cook was just opening for the day's business, so at first we ate this birria "al natural", putting only chopped onions on it, and for the masochistic, some salsa amarilla de chile manzano.”
“Soon they proceeded to load the table with steaming mountains of homemade corundas - the local triangular tamale - and great smoldering bowls of fragrant frijoles de olla, savory rice, verdolagas (lemony greens) spiked with chile manzano (the local chile that is similar to the blazing habanero), and piles of fresh tortillas de maíz as thick and tender as pancakes.”
“In Michoacán, the chile is inevitably chile manzano (also known as chile perón).”
“A small tray of chopped onion, chile manzano and a bowl of cut limones was available if you wished to season it al gusto,”
“We would start with the Dominicos being ripe on purchase and work our way through the little red ones to finish with the best of them all, the fruity manzano (or is it feminine?) banana.”
“Several things sounded intriguing, the empanadas with guava filling, the manzano banana's foster or the chocolate bread pudding with dulce de leche ice cream.”
“Oat waffles, Home style omelet, incredible edible fruit platter of strawberries, kiwi, galia melon, and manzano bananas on my large Manhattan platter (peth).”
“I was thinking they might be a dried manzano but that's a guess.”
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