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  • They roasted con azucar or sin azucar right in the shop. que lastima!

    Something I just can't get used to

  • We will keep the one plant we have for the novelty of it, but we will probably continue to buy our fresh azucar piñas (sugar pineapples) at Mega here.

    A pineapple

  • Bubba, we had that problem a few years back, and finally were able to get rid of these small roaches by using a mix of 'borax' (which is sold in some of the older pharmacies) and glaze sugar, which is called 'azucar glas' here in Mexico, sold in most supermarkets in small boxes.

    Cockroaches

  • And in salsa's spirit of evolution, the bands add their own azucar and spice.

    Periscope

  • Yes, it will offer mucho azucar for the ear of soccer enthusiasts.

    Karmazin's Sirius, ESPN Create Spanish Sports Channel

  • If the Spaniards, who've already added some azucar to an original lower bid, don't make it any sweeter by Monday, BAA's shareholders have until June 19 to decide if they want to defy Clasper and accept the offer.

    People To Watch: June 5-9 The Week Ahead: June 5-9

  • Children used to wait all year for parents to buy them calaveras de azucar with their names inscribed in the icing.

    Dia de los Muertos: the dead come to life in Mexican folk art

  • We left the garden and Tia Luisa's grand house, passing the ingenio de azucar, the sugar refinery, from which issued a great throbbing like a monstrous heart.

    Borrowed Finery, A Memoir

  • Lomismo, con la excepcion que en lugar de echarles azucar, canela y pasas se les echa en el medio carne con chile y sal.

    Favorite Dishes : a Columbian Autograph Souvenir Cookery Book

  • Batir la mantequilla, los huevos y el azucar hasta acremar; cernir el royal y la harina de trigo, agregar a la mezcla de mantequilla junto con la harina de amaranto.

    galletas de amaranto

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  • Spanish: sugar

    September 12, 2007