Yo prefiero México
Vocabulario de Topografía
• Muchos países tienen islas y playas
• Y montañas que besan el mar
• Otros países tienen ríos y lagos
• Escondidos en la selva tropical
• En Rusia siempre hace frío
• En España hace calor
• En Inglaterra está
lloviendo
• ¡Es fantástico viajar!
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Muchos países son interesantes
Cada uno con su sabor particular
Mi corazón tiene un favorito
There is just one place I wanna go
• Yo prefiero México
• En España comen el calamari
Menú
Calamares
• En el Perú el cuey es especial
Cuy chaqtado
• En Argentina comen el churrasco
Churrasco
• Hay tanto que ver y probar
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Muchos países son interesantes
Cada uno con su sabor particular
Mi corazón tiene un favorito
There is just one place I wanna go
Yo prefiero México
• México tiene islas y playas
• Y montañas que besan el mar
• México tiene ríos y lagos
• Escondidos en la selva tropical
Estribillo
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Muchos países son interesantes
Cada uno con su sabor particular
Mi corazón tiene un favorito
There is just one place I wanna go
• Yo prefiero México
A RECIPE FOR FRIED GUINEA PIG
(CUY CHAQTADO)
Fried Guinea Pig (Ayacucho-style)
1 guinea pig
(de-haired, gutted, and cleaned)
1/2 c. flour
1/4 - 1/2 t. ground cumin
salt & black pepper
(to taste)
1/2 c. oil
Pat dry the skin of the guinea pig and rub in the cumin, salt, and
pepper. Preheat oil. Dust the carcass with the flour and place it on
its back in the oil, turning to cook both sides. Alternately, the
guinea pig can be cut and fried in quarters. Serve with boiled potato
or boiled manioc root, and a salad of cut tomatoes and slivered
onions bathed in lime juice and a bit of salt. Have cold beer on
hand.
(If your local market stocks them, flying monkey can be subsituted
for guinea pig)
picante de cuy
(guinea pig in hot pepper sauce),
Sitting at a restaurant known for its typical Andean dishes, Lilia
Chauca puts aside her fork and knife and digs into a plate of
guinea pig, (conejillo de India) fried golden brown.
"You need to eat this with your hands," she says, tearing off a
leg.
The guinea pig is a cuddly pet for millions of children in the
United States. In Peru, the rodent's birthplace, it remains a
vital source of protein in rural communities, a mainstay of Andean
folk medicine and a religious sacrifice to the gods.
Chauca says the animals are raised in about 98 percent of rural
Andean households in Peru. Often as many as several dozen can
be found scampering underfoot by the kitchen stove or are kept
in adobe brick enclosures. They are fed alfalfa and vegetable
peels.
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