|Miss you, Stacy´s !!|
Ok, so is it just me, or does casabe, the Honduran/Garifuna food taste like pita chips?
|Stacked casabe rounds|
(For more info on what casabe is and on who the Garifuna are, click here: http://www.stanford.edu/group/arts/honduras/discovery_eng/customs/casave/index.html )
I don´t know how this can possibly be the case, being that casabe is made from yuca flour and pita chips are baked or fried wheat flatbreads. Every time I try casabe, especially the variety with garlic and margarine on it, the texture, flavor, and slight saltiness reminds me of pita chips, which are (as far as I can tell) unavailable in Honduras. I miss them so much! Now, if only I could get some hummus for my Honduran "pita chips"... :)