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September 11, 2008


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This is another one of your empanada inspirations that I must try! I really appreciate your family recipes and stories. All the food that comes out of your kitchen has so much soul and love.

Oh my goodness.... it looks so delicious!
Thank you for sharing your recipe! I am excited to try this out at home!


Those empandas look great:-)

Hello! I'm so excited to see you have an empanada of the month feature! I recently created some gluten free empanadas of my own and was directed to your site via another GF blogger. You can see them at http://daringtothrive.blogspot.com/2008/09/testing-testing-gluten-free-empanadas.html Now that I know how easy they are to make, I am looking forward to trying out the numerous filling options.

Pia--the demo was great! Hope you can make it this month!

Lydia--the possibilites are endless! And these are delicious!

Marc--a much cheaper way to travel--and they're so easy to make!

Paz--thanks for your comment!

Ben--these are great, what sre the types of emapanadas your family makes?

Sophie--thanks, I'll be in touch!

We would like to feature your empanadas margaritas on our blog. Please email sophiekiblogger@gmail.com if interested. Thanks :)

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This is a very nice looking empanada. I hope I can make it this month :)

Gluten-free empanada? Awesome!

Your empanadas margaritas sounds and looks really delish!


Very cool idea. I really love all of your other empanada recipes, it brings me back to BA!

How nice, combining an Italian filling with a (gluten-free) Spanish dough to create something completely Argentinean!

They look wonderful!
How did the demo at Whole Foods go?
I was so sad I couldn't make it.

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