Presentation on theme: "By Jack Walt. For my español en el mundo real project I visited and ate at the Salvadorian restaurant El Guanaco."— Presentation transcript:
By Jack Walt
For my español en el mundo real project I visited and ate at the Salvadorian restaurant El Guanaco
This is my plate when I first got it.
This is me taking the first bite
This is the menu of El Guanaco FrontBack
La comida es mucho bueno La col es muy picante La empanada es crujiente y grasiento These were written in the restaurant while I was eating the food (present tense)
I ordered an empanada, a Salvadorian corn tamale and a pupasa. The pupasa and Salvadorian corn tamale originate from El Salvador. Empanadas originate from all over Latin America. Empanadas consist of dough on the outside and filling on the inside. The filling can have meat, cheese and/or vegetables or fruit. Usually pupasas consist of rice flour on the outside of the patty, and pork meat, cheese and beans on the inside. Finally, the Salvadorian corn tamale has ingredients including pork wrapped in a corn flour tortilla.