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  • noun Plural form of arepa.

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Examples

  • Caracas Arepa Bar in the East Village has churned out Venezuelan cornmeal patties known as arepas for the past seven years.

    East Village Arepa

  • East Village Arepa Caracas Arepa Bar in the East Village has churned out Venezuelan cornmeal patties known as arepas for the past seven years.

    Tastes of Venezuela

  • A paper sackful of the little white-corn-and-cheese hoecakes called arepas came out nice and hot, and like the maduros , they survived their reheating.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • A homey, inexpensive place serving good arroz con pollo, corn cakes called arepas, empanadas, grilled steak with fried plantains and other Latin American dishes.

    Austin360 - XL Headlines

  • A homey, inexpensive place serving good arroz con pollo, corn cakes called arepas, empanadas, grilled steak with fried plantains and other Latin American dishes.

    Austin360 - XL Headlines

  • A homey, inexpensive place serving good arroz con pollo, corn cakes called arepas, empanadas, grilled steak with fried plantains and other Latin American dishes.

    Austin360 - XL Headlines

  • A homey, inexpensive place serving good arroz con pollo, corn cakes called arepas, empanadas, grilled steak with fried plantains and other Latin American dishes.

    Austin360 - XL Headlines

  • A homey, inexpensive place serving good arroz con pollo, corn cakes called arepas, empanadas, grilled steak with fried plantains and other Latin American dishes.

    Austin360 - XL Headlines

  • Casa Colombia is a learning opportunity, a chance to try the rustic and dense South American white cornmeal cakes called arepas, one of them served with a scored link of mild, snap-skinned chorizo ($4.45), the other cut into wedges surrounding chunks of creamed goat cheese topped with tangy tomato salsa ($5.50).

    Austin360 - XL Headlines

  • Casa Colombia is a learning opportunity, a chance to try the rustic and dense South American white cornmeal cakes called arepas, one of them served with a scored link of mild, snap-skinned chorizo ($4.45), the other cut into wedges surrounding chunks of creamed goat cheese topped with tangy tomato salsa ($5.50).

    Austin360 - XL Headlines

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