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Dallas Pupusa Primer

pupusa7by Steven Doyle

Just over a mile from the airport outside San Salvador you will find a tiny village ripe with what many would call the national snack of the Central American country, El Salvador–the pupusa. In the village of Olocuilta little shops sell these masa harina cakes, which are filled with any combination of beans, cheese, pork, yucca, shrimp, loroco, or squash.

There are so many shops selling the pupusa in San Salvador, “the competition is great so the prices are very low,” explains, Eduardo Ventura, the manager of Pupusas Mama Tia in East¬†Dallas on Buckingham, which is owned by his family. “You can find pupusas for 25 cents a piece.” ¬† Continue reading

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