flank steak

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a cut of beef from the flank of the animal

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An evolution of the world's largest retailer's ongoing efforts to better connect with Hispanic shoppers, the roughly 40,000-square-foot stores carry approximately 13,000 SKUs, including a wide assortment of fresh tropical fruits and vegetables, a bakery that offers more than 40 traditional sweet breads and fresh corn tortillas, and a fresh meat department featuring authentic specialty meats such as milanesa, diezmillo, fajitas, chuleta de cerdo, carnes marinadas and arrachera.Jose Antonio Fernandez, the Wal-Mart VP who heads up the Hispanic-oriented concept stores, affirms the "authentic shopping experience" that he says "will better serve the needs of the community and will be more relevant to local customers.
La propriete avait disparu virtuellement avec la suppression du droit d'ainesse; mais le temps viendra oo l'humanite, comme un ogre vengeur, arrachera leur dernier morceau a ceux qui croiront avoir herite legitimement des revolutions.
Highly recommended are regiomontano specialties such as cabrito (baby goat slow cooked over mesquite coals) and arrachera (marinated flank steak).
Il colla, d'un geste familier et sec, son mandole contre son ventre et [beaucoup moins que]Lhmam ellirabitou[beaucoup plus grand que] arrachera les larmes a beaucoup de presents.
El Fogon is a traditional Mexican steakhouse on the main boulevard that serves excellent arrachera and sopa azteca.
Mexican Mixed Grill PREP AND COOK TIME: About 1 hour, plus at least 30 minutes to marinate NOTES: Latino markets often sell wide pieces of boned pork shoulder or butt thinly sliced, and skirt steak butterflied open in large, thin slabs called arrachera. If they're unavailable, ask your butcher to cut wide, thin slices off a boned pork shoulder or butt roast, and use regular skirt steak.
We ordered bife de chorizo, bife de lomo, arrachera and sides of regular French fries and a more elegant French fry souffle.