Date: Mon, 3 Apr 1995 18:10:25 -0400

From: "Cathy C. Bodin" cbodin[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]MSMARY.EDU

Subject: Re: churros

Wayne Glowka's description of American churros were interesting but

definitely different from Spain's--a Spanish churro is a fried light

dough forced through a machine like a metallic pastry bag. The dough

comes out shaped like a long continuous six-pointed star,

and it breaks into pieces in the frier. It's usually sweetened and

eaten with coffee at the national mid-morning coffee break.

--Cathy Bodin