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Alitas Picantes 
 
Jun. 4, 2010 2:09 pm 
Updated: Jun. 11, 2010 8:58 pm
Anoche estaba buscando en Allrecipes diferentes recetas para alitas. Quiero hacer 3-4 diferentes un dia que estemos aqui en la casa viendo un juego (de football americano probablemente, cuando comienze la temporada). Mientas tanto, me antoje de las alitas picantes [Restaurant-Style Buffalo Wings] y pues, decidi prepararlas hoy. Les digo que hay una razon por la cual esas alitas tienen tantas estrellas y revisiones favorables, son MUY ricas! Las he preparado anteriormente pero a mi hijo (Dan) no le gusta la salsa picante asi que le guardo unas cuantas despues de freir y el se las come asi solitas. Anyways, aqui estan las fotos...
Las deje en la nevera desde ayer porque me dio pereza :o(
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Me gusta Frank's Red Hot mas que cualquier otra marca.
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Friendo las alitas
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Las mezcle con la salsita poco a poco, como de 5 en 5.
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La obra maestra final!!! (Ok, no es una obra maestra pero muy buenas)
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Jun. 5, 2010 5:02 pm
I'm sorry, I do not speak Spanish, but I just thought I'd mention I have a daughter named Alita. :)
 
Jun. 6, 2010 9:57 am
Hi LadySparkle!! I noticed there were no blogs in spanish so I started this one. Alita is a cute name! If you were to translate it to spanish, it'd mean "small wing". Ala=Wing. In spanish, we call chicken wings "alitas" for short. :o)
 
Jun. 6, 2010 2:11 pm
That is so cool, thank you!! I have a nephew studying Nuclear Medicine. He originally thought he wanted to be a Dr. then he got hired by Cook Instruments for a summer job. He's working there again this summer and pondering the possibilities, although I'm sure he will continue his education for several more years. Good luck in your new location :)!
 
Jun. 11, 2010 8:58 pm
Thank you, LadySparkle! I love it here so far. However, as your nephew can probably tell you, it has been quite a challenging year for Nuclear Medicine. It will be a year soon and I still haven't found a job. Hopefully will soon!
 
 
 
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LatinaCook

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Jardines Del Caribe, Ponce, Puerto Rico

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Hola!! I'm a 36 years old Nuclear Medicine Technologist, mom to the smartest and handsomest 16 year old boy (I love you Dan!) and wife to a retired military man. I was born and raised in Puerto Rico but the military brought me to Ft.Bragg, NC where I lived for 13 years. After my husband retired we moved to St. Louis, MO (in August 2009). I'm currently job hunting. I've met some great people in the area but I still miss my family in PR and my friends in NC. Planning meals, cooking and baking take a big chunk of my day and make it more bearable.
My favorite things to cook
A challenge! That's my favorite thing to cook. Making my own versions of popular restaurant foods, making international dishes, making food look pretty and yummilicious... I just LOVE to cook! :o)
My favorite family cooking traditions
Being from Puerto Rico, it would be a sin not to mention Arroz con Gandules (Rice with Pigeon Peas), Pernil Asado (Roasted Pork), Tostones (Fried Plantains), and Pasteles (hmm...pasteles is kinda like a Puertorican tamale, made with green bananas or yuca root - or even a variation of roots). I do love Bistec Encebollado though and I think my mom makes the best in the world!! I did find a pretty good recipe for this dish at Goya.com
My cooking triumphs
A triumph for me consists of my husband, or my son, or anyone to tell me that they loved my dish. I love feedback in the kitchen and most of the feedback I get is very good I must say :o)
My cooking tragedies
I just got a new stove when I moved to my new house and I just can't figure out the right setting to cook pancakes!! Hahaha. I always burn one or two before I can get it right and then I FORGET what temperature setting I used!!! I can't remember anything in particular that was a huge disaster but I do mess something up every now and then. Hey, it's life!! Life's boring without mess-ups!!
 
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