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August 30, 2010


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the best medialunas that you can eat are from mar del plata, provincia de buenos aires. it's a beach, the most famous of argentina. i could eat them all day long in vacation time. it's nice to see that other persons enjoy our food!

Inspired! I really enjoyed eating these little guys every morning on my honeymoon in Argentina. Excited to re-create them at home :)

riquìsssimas! tan tradicionales en argentina!un saludo, y bienvenida, hace mucho que no te encontraba en el blog, un beso desde Bowen Mendoza.Florencia.

Hi Rebecca! Yes, it has indeed been a long time, but I'm glad you're back!
Thanks for this recipe! As an expat, you can imagine how I miss medialunas! On weekends we usually have croissants here for breakfast, and we put them on the "plancha" (grillpan) as they do in Spain... but the taste is completely different. I will definitely try this!

It's great to have you back, Rebecca. Medialunas are a lot of work, but they're definitely worth the effort!

Gaby--gracias and suerte! You'll love them!

Thanks, Fran!

Christine--here's a link to the step-by-step pics on flickr, hope that helps:

Welcome back! I love the idea of making medialunas but I got lost at cutting the triangles, making the slit and proceeding from there. Can't quite get it. Can you help? Do you have more photos of the process?

Glad to see you're "back." Look forward to more.

Rebecca, you've made this ex-pat cry. I haven't had a medialuna since my last trip in 1984. Will definitely give the recipe a whirl! Gracias, che!

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