LA Galaxy vs. Boca Juniors: A Play-By-Play (and Other Miscellany)

T-180: I have never tasted Argentine cuisine. But I heard that it sticks to your ribs because it's high in protein, but otherwise, that's about it. So I did a little research on das lokal Wikipedia, and I uncovered some interesting delights from Buenos Aires, the home of Boca Juniors (and River Plate and 11 other clubs in the Argentine Primera Division for the upcoming 2010-11 season).

For example, did you know that the milanesa napolitana is a regional variation of the schnitzel parmigiana? Or what the locals call pizza in Buenos Aires is the rough equivalent to calzone up here? And they have variations, too: pizza canchera, pizza rellena (stuffed pizza), pizza por metro (pizza by the meter), and pizza a la parrilla (grilled pizza). Take note, CPK...

Did you also know that fainá is a type of thin bread made with chickpea flour, AND that it is ordered as a combo with muscat (or moscato) and pizza at pizzerias in the city?

With enough steakhous...

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