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Monday, September 14, 2009

One white girl and one Puerto Rican Mutt!

What happens when 1 White girl and and 1 Puerto Rican mutt get together in the kitchen?

They make Lumpia of course! Well I guess we used the wrong wrappers because they were more like egg rolls. So us White and Puerto Rican people like to call then Lumpia Rolls. No matter how they look, they still tasted yummy.









You can't make Lumpia rolls without of course having a margarita or two, maybe 3.





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21 comments:

Lisa Anne said...

I don't know these don't look so appetizing to me today. Maybe becuse I ate to many yesterday. I don't know. It was certainly fun to make though. I didn't enjoy cleaning the oil that splattered EVERYWHERE.

Amy said...

This does look wonderful. When my feature gets up on that site all you have to do it leave a comment saying you are there for me. Then I get my vote in. For some reason the feature is not working just yet.

Amy said...

Those look delicious! I need to try some at some point in time. I think I may be missing out on life here.

thatgirlblogs said...

cool! love the video. If they don't look good to you today, send them to me. mmmmm

MiMi said...

Those look AWESOME!

yonca said...

OMG! Look YUMMY!
Also the house is beautiful! You've done a great job on the place.

The Mumpowers said...

Those look very yummy! Last night we made crab rangoons, but they don't sell won ton wrappers here so we had to use lumpia wrappers! Oh well, still delicious. :) Oh, and thanks for visiting my blog! My husband was never really a cat person until we got our Ali, either. Then he realized that a lot of cats are loving and sweet with the people they know but sometimes tend to run away and be anti-social when other people come around. I've always wanted Ali to be a social cat, but she's a love bug around us so I can't complain too much. :)

Whatever DeeDee Wants said...

Yummy! I want some :)

shortmama said...

They look yummy...the margaritas, even better!

Missy said...

Um...hi - can you be any cuter? I'm guessing prob not. I love that you love the pink pistachio and even better than that i love the Tee Hee's I get every time you comment. You're scorin' ooper bonus points. I may just have to feature your lil' bundles of goodness on the pistachio! Glad to find your bloggie!!!

Nikki said...

mmmm they look so delicious!!!! kind of like eggrolls right? its always better to cook with a few margaritas:) hehe

Shelly said...

These look yummy! I've never heard of them before. I love egg rolls so anything that is similar I'd probably love! Thanks for dropping by my blog today. Have a great week!

Vodka Logic said...

They look good, anytime you want to make some come on over.
xx

Vicki said...

That them there bottle of Tequila looks awfully empty for just a couple of margs.

Lisa Anne said...

LOl that was a brand new bottle too. Hey it was a small bottle and we had 4 people drinking it. lol

MiMi said...

Lisa Anne! ;) You caught us at just the right time! Tomorrow is Spoiler Alert Tuesday. We will be drawing for who wins the stamp set and putting another prize up. Last week we didn't do anything on the blog because we were both bogged down with the start of school and stuff.
But anyway, it would be cool if you joined and have others that want to! We are reading Splitting Harriet this month. A new author and genre for us, but we just started it on Sept. 1st. Or if you're like me, you just started it yesterday. Woops! ; )

Multiple personalities.. said...

Oooh, can't wait to see the Halloween Blog! And you made Lumpia? Awesome! We Filipinos LOVE making lumpia, although mine never seem to quite turn out as good as my mama's. Yours looks yummy! :-D

Kristin said...

Amen for 'ritas!

thatdesigngal said...

Yummy! Particularly the margaritas!

shelley said...

hi lisa,
thanks so much for stopping over! i love meeting new friends! panic attacks, i'm queen of them! that is why i don't drive on the highways... anyhow, this looks yummy, you can tell i'm all about food and cooking for the family! love you site very cute! stop by and say hi anytime!
cheers,
shelley
http://iamstillstandingafterallthistime.blogspot.com
http://theplaygroundprincess.blogspot.com

Lucy said...

I must say, as individual raw ingredients I was not tempted, but the end result looks lovely, well done for persevering.