Chancletas de Pataste: Honduran Egg-battered Chayote Squash (English)

Type: Main dish Difficulty: Not too tricky Prep time: 25 minutes Cook time: 35 minutes Serves: 4   This is a nice meatless dish, low in calories and carbs, especially suitable for diabetics, given that tayotas have very little starch. Ingredients 2 Patastes (Chayote/tayota Squash), peeled, cut into 4 slices (lengthwise) 2 eggs, whites and yolks separate 1 cup of AP flour 3 medium Roma tomatoes 2 Tbsps. olive oil 2 garlic cloves ½ onion, roughly chopped 1 small bunch cilantro ½ tsp. ground cumin ½ tsp. dried oregano Salt and pepper tt 8-10 oz Mozarella cheese, shredded (optional) ...
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A local… Sports note

compiled from an interview by Martha Vergara Soccer or football is a passion in Latin American countries as it is in many other continents. For Oscar Vergara, the coach of Bishop Ludden College since 1976, a Catholic-private college in Syracuse soccer is his life. His coaching career is 42 years old. Most of these have been at Bishop Ludden but before that he was a coach at several schools since he began as an assistant at Corcoran High School. From a young age, Oscar spent all his free time playing with his friends in the paddocks or improvised courts of ...
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The Latina President

compiled interview by Marisol Hernandez Interviewer: We have here on the microphone, interviewing the author of a novel title The Latina President. Joe, can you please tell us a little bit about yourself and why we are interviewing you Joe: Yes, for thirty years or more, I was actively involved in American political campaigns. I’ve managed them, developed strategies, produced radio, television, and print materials for candidates that worked in forty-four of the fifty states. Over that time, there were people running for the house, the senate, and the state offices, such as governor. So, I’ve had a fairly extensive ...
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