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Latinos Try Each Other's Breakfasts

Latinos Try
From sorullos to bollon with a stop at chilaquiles and pastelitos, take a tour of some of Latin America's most famous breakfast dishes.
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I'm life.
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I will get a tattoo one day where breakfast for me uh when I was
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growing up was a very simple ordeal.
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I was always late in the morning.
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So there was never really time to do a big breakfast.
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So my grandmother would improvise things and I would get like
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little things like this.
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Like they're sweet.
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I had a big sweet tooth as a kid.
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So I was always trying to like eat the candy or the ice cream
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or whatever was in the house.
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First of all, when I was younger, I hated this dish because
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I had onion and had salsa on.
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I'm like, ew, but now I'm like, this is like my favorite morning
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dish ever.
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Very basic breakfast that I used to make for the most part,
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it was just Cuban bread and butter.
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I also brought you some that to me.
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I think like that's special Cuban breakfast.
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Like we'll wake up in the morning.
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We're like, can you get us?
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I will say these are not Miami.
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My mom was the type of person who gave us oatmeal every single
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day.
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What we have here was actually something that she made for
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us when we would go to like amusement parks.
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Two Ingres and cheese six little.
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And she'll be like amusement park pre gaming.
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Yeah, this is an, when I moved to the United States, we ate it
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every single Sunday at my Uncle Alex's house and is egg with
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tomatoes and onions and, and it's really, really delicious
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This is a Peruvian dish.
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My mom used to make it for me all the time in the mornings when
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I would go to school in Venezuela actually means girl with
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big booty for you.
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And this looks like dinner more than breakfast.
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What it has, it has to the hell yes.
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How do you get a pastry for breakfast?
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You would be so hyper.
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Hm.
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Hm.
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This is really good actually tastes like like egg and you put
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peppers in there and onions.
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It's basically that without the um I'm a big fan of eggs and
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bread and then the is on top.
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This is like a churro.
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No, this is delicious.
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Yeah, I love this.
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This is really good.
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Sorry.
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This is like super flaky.
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No, don't eat past on the first day.
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I would eat on the first day because you know what he needs to
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see the truth.
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This is who I am.
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This is what you're getting into.
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This would be a regular breakfast meal for me.
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If I eat breakfast, go Venezuela.
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Go Peruvian with your bread and egg making all over the country
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Proud.
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He doesn't even have to say anything.
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He's literally gonna finish this dish like I would for sure
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see myself drinking this with coffee and having a chat with
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my mom at the end of the night, I don't have like a favorite.
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All of this is really, really good.
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Is there more food back there?
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Can I have some of that?