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Hamburgers, Bow Down To The Frita

*Always* trust a Cuban when it comes to food.

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They're typically made with Cuban bread, a ground beef and chorizo patty, chopped white onion, crispy shoestring potatoes, and ketchup (and/or a splash of Tabasco sauce, if you're so inclined).

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Basically, take everything that is good in the world, and put it all together.

As any frita enthusiast will tell you, the most crucial ingredients are the patty and the fries.

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It's just so... so beautiful.

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You could add cheese, if you really wanted to.

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I'll be real with you, though: It's better without it. And this is from someone who would legally marry cheese if she could.

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And you could try it "a caballo" with a fried egg on top, if you're feeling adventurous.

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Fritas are pretty abundant in, say, the greater Miami area.

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You could try making them at home, of course.

Here's one recipe, which incorporates a "not-so-secret sauce". And here's another one, which specifically notes that, if it's not fried, it's not a frita.

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Remember to pair your fritas with an ice-cold Materva, Iron Beer, or Jupiña.

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Cuban sodas >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

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