A pictorial guide for the adventurous:
Holy crap that looks good.
Great idea for a post BTW.
Beautiful – one of the best blogs I’ve seen in a while Matt – very satisfying.
Wow, that looks amazing. I love the colour of it.
I would have added more words, but it’s really not my recipe and I haven’t made them, so i’d really be making it up. Also I think the pictures stand for themselves.
Look forward to more lazy posts coming your way soon :)
All I can say is wow. What a cool way to eat eggs.
Wow looks really good! Wish I can pull this off !
I am hungry. Like usual, stunning photos. I wish there was a little instructions to tell me what to put in the mix though.
Stunning…haven’t visited in a while…great photos as usual…
I once had Arepa at 3am, made by Venezuelans who had gate crashed the neighbours party, got hungry, ducked home for the ingredients, mixed them up on the outdoor kitchen bench, filled them with ham and cheese and then hijacked the pizza oven to cook them in.
I’m from Colombia, and im glad to find this reciepe in this blog…i can say that is delicious!, i used to take it for breakfast with orange juice and coffe with milk.
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