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arroz - masculine noun (el) - rice. Look up arroz in the dictionary

El arroz es un alimento básico para gran parte del mundo.
Rice is a staple food for much of the world.
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Old September 08, 2008, 04:36 AM
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This reminds me of risengrød (Danish rice pudding).
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Old September 08, 2008, 04:46 AM
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This reminds me of risengrød (Danish rice pudding).
Very nice, ElDanés!
And since I haven´t had breakfast, this will do quite nicely for brunch!
Rice happens to be one of my favourites.
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This reminds me of risengrød (Danish rice pudding).



And the spanish morcilla (de Burgos).
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Old September 08, 2008, 05:16 AM
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We have something alike here in Denmark (blodpølse; blood sausage). I haven't tasted it since I went to kindergarten.
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French people call this boudin. I learned the hard way
María José will probably back me up on this: the English call it blood pudding.
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This reminds me of risengrød (Danish rice pudding).
I wonder if that's at all like arroz con leche in Mexico
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And the spanish morcilla (de Burgos).
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It could be, as risengrød contains a lot of milk.
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French people call this boudin. I learned the hard way
María José will probably back me up on this: the English call it blood pudding.
Yeah. I have your back, Poli. Even if I haven't been around much lately. (I hope the joke is not so bad that nobody can understand it)
There's also the Scottish Haggis and another word for it in Britain is black pudding.
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