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Re: Home Cooked Puerto Rican food wanted
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go check out El Sabroso on central ave. and thorne in the heights they have great homemade food there. yea it is a restaurant but there food is always fresh and they sell you half or whole dozen of the frozen pasteles made fresh every sunday.

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+1 @ El Sabroso.

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i should stop by la concha 1 day i grew up with the people who own it ,.they used to have it in hoboken,,,i went like 5 years ago maybe ill go

is rumbas good for pastellas? i like there ribs on thursdays

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go check out El Sabroso on central ave. and thorne in the heights they have great homemade food there. yea it is a restaurant but there food is always fresh and they sell you half or whole dozen of the frozen pasteles made fresh every sunday.

ask around about el sabroso

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How are we gonna do this? And how much? I live on west side

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I'll ask my mother who she gets them from and report back. She makes great ones Puerto rican and Dominican style. I prefer the latter since I'm Dominicano.


GREAT! thanks. not to be picky, but they have to be PUERTO RICAN STYLE. LOL, This GRINGO (white guy) LOVES his Rice and beans.

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I'll ask my mother who she gets them from and report back. She makes great ones Puerto rican and Dominican style. I prefer the latter since I'm Dominicano.

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Not sure if this is in the correct forum, please forgive me if not. I am looking to buy homemade puerto rican pasteles. I use to buy them from a woman at work during the HOLIDAYS, but she is no longer with us. If anyone knows of a trust worthy individgual, NOT A Restaurant who makes these, I will be more then happy to purchase a batch of 6 to 12. Thanks. brian

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