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January 27, 2009

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I love this! I used my left over pesos to buy the little bars of chocolate at the corner grocery stands in BA.

I just had a submarino for the first time, this weekend in Buenos Aires. I stumbled upon it at a restaurant by accident and LOVED it!!!

Does anyone know where to get the glass submarino glass with a removable metal base that they use in BA? Much appreciated.

this was one of my fav drinks while in argentina. love the story.

It's a chilly, blustry, rainy day here in San Francisco, and I'm mildly despondent over some news that may derail the sale of our condo. I think this is the perfect cure. Maybe, with a shot of bourbon. ;-)

Great story, I also enjoy drinking chocolate like that, chocolate bar in hot milk, I love it! eheh, what a discovery I've done! You in Argentina call it submarino! From now on I'll call it submarino! Thnks. kiki

My aunt has often talked about this drink. It looks lovely. I'm going to have to make some soon.

I've loved all you empanada posts.

What fun! Great story!

I fit all of the qualifications for enjoying this hot chocolate. I take that as a sign I should make some...now.

"Submarinos". I forgot we called hot chocolate like that. Mmm...to many years away from home.
Thanks for bringing back great memories.

This reminds me of the Submarino at the touristy Café Tortoni in Buenos Aires. One of the "usual" stops when visitors came to town. The delicious chocolate is crafted in the shape of a submarine. Hmmm... I am feeling like a submarino right now with the cold and ice looming outside!

Mmmm... I could use this on a day like this -- cold, snow, sleet and rain. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Paz

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