A salami-type sausage popular in Southern Europe.
[Spanish] unweaned goat; suckling goat; kid goat; usually split and spit roasted whole; considered a delicacy in Mexico and the Southwest; a favorite dish in northern Mexico, especially at Easter.
The pads and fruits of the Opuntia cactus are cooked and eaten.
In the southwest and Mexico, the large, flat, fleshy, oval green pads of the nopal cactus are prepared as a vegetable. When cooked, pieces have the color and translucence of cooked bell pepper, but they are also viscid, like okra. The flavor is something between a bell pepper and artichoke or asparagus or okra.
Spices and other ingredients flamed with brandy or some other spirits to which hot coffee is added.
[Spanish] sea turtle.