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I recently saw a 70’s era  recipe for a dish called “Bruncho Relaxo.”  Even better than the name is the description, which starts: “No more Mexican than the water chestnuts it contains. . .” It’s hard to know which is more irreverent: Gringos trying to Mexican-ize names of non-Mexican recipes, or cooks using Swiss cheese and water chestnuts together.


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  1. Denise Malagari

    I love Swiss cheese and I love water chestnuts. But, they should never be used together. Wow, gross.


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