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August 12, 2005

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Fran

Thanks for the recipe. It sounds great and I shall make it soon.

shelley

I envision you with the perfect cocktail dress and the perfect puffy hair at these petite soirees. Cheers!

Peggasus

Ah!

A Papas Tapas!

Or, a Tapa de Papa!

It sounds wonderful! I can't wait to try this! I've got buckets of jalapenos coming from the garden right now. .

anjie_72

HHHMMM... Even if that is not the real recipe... it sounds like a good option...
I am from Peru and we may have few variations to the recipe...

Dawna

Great story! I adore Papas a la Huancaina - the one restaurant that served them in this town has closed.

The pink tinge to the sauce that you recall, may be from the use of a red aji pepper instead of a jalapeno, but I'm sure it's delicious either way.

I'm a newcomer to your site - very engaging!

Spuds Graves

please don't share my email address

I think there are as many recipes for Papas Huancaina as there are people producing the dish.. we will have it for Thanksgiving breakfast with the kids as they will be far and wide with their opposite sex favorites for the main meal

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