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- noun Plural form of
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- noun a sandal with flat heels and an upper of woven leather straps
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Rarely any quick movement; the slow promenade of men in sandals, the sandals, called huaraches, making
Pretty cheap superboy, tacos are $2.50, tortas $6, burritos & huaraches $7, pastelillos are a steal at $1.50!
Or do I have to wait for the weekend and go back to the Red Hook Ballfields (or maybe Spanish Harlem?) to get good huaraches?
We all know their huaraches are boss, their mole is tight, and their lengua tacos are tongue-tastic.
Have to check out their al pastor, tortas and huaraches.
I think because of the growing popularity of the El Rey carts they are precooking some of the dough so maybe they just ran out of cooked huaraches so they offered you sopes which is the same idea.
This tiny hole in the wall serves authentic Mexican fare – tacos, tortas, sopes, huaraches served with meats like al pastor or carnitas (pork), chorizo and even lengua (tongue).
Authentic huaraches should have a bean paste center, but these just came with a smear of beans on top instead.
The huarache was next and man do I love huaraches!
The only disclaimer: I know that many foodies here have stuffed their faces with the gluttonous feast that is the Red Hook Ballfield huaraches.
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