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Old May 07, 2008, 05:33 PM
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Cojundongo / Cojondongo

I was told that `cojondongo´ is a meal well known in the Extremadura state of Spain.
I´m still wondering what it is.
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Cuales son las comidas conocidos que sabeis?
Me encanta el Cocido Madrileño y la Mozila de Burgos(no sé si se escribe asi), tambien algunas comidas Mexicana pero no me acuerdo como se llaman.
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Me encanta el Cocido Madrileño ...
Espero no seas canibal

Busqué un poco y no pude hallar nada sobre cojundongo. Quizá algún español/a podrá ayudarte.
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I have never heard that word (cojun...).
The right spelling is morcilla:it's my son's favourite dish.
Typical too are paella and gazpacho. Paella is a rice dish and gazpacho is a delicious cold tomato soup.
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cojondongo (receta típica de Extremadura)
http://centros1.pntic.mec.es/cp.virg...tm#conjondongo
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Thanks Sosia, it looks quite delicious.
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David, I ´ve been called many things, but I´ve never been considered to be a cannibal. Thanks for giving me another option.
Cocido Madrileño es una comida tipíca de Madrid, pero estoy seguro que ya lo sabes.
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David, I would only accuse Jane of being a cannibal if she ate madrileño cocido (not cocido madrileño)...But being such a nice lady I'm sure she never would.
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...But being such a nice lady I'm sure she never would.
Now, that is one of the names I´m familiar with.
María Jose, cuál es tu comida favorita (española)?
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Old May 08, 2008, 05:27 AM
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Probably gazpacho and Spanish omelette. I also like arroz a banda (paella without the trimmings) And yours?
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Hay albóndigas de Córdoba hecho de bacalao que me gustan, pero nunca los vi afuera de Córdoba. Tambien me gustan pimientos padrón y un buen tortel hecho fresco.

Vi una receta de torta de bellotas que estaba incluido con la receta para cojondongo . Nunca sabia que las bellotas eran comestibles. Siempre pensaba que la bellota fuera una delícia para las ardillas y cerdos nada más.
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