Did you say Mole or Mole?

Only because we live in bilingual Laredo will I not wonder if sometimes they serve squirrel meat loaf or possum meat loaf…

For those readers who are not from here – mole is Spanish for a sauce and pronounced differently from the other mole, the animal. But maybe Sirloin Stockade might want to try a mole de mole – might be yummy!

Sirloin Stockade by Mall del Norte in Laredo, Texas

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8 Responses to Did you say Mole or Mole?

  1. El Despiste says:

    Alas, the power of one comma!

  2. Tom Wade says:

    Yummy, nothing like meatloaf made with a creature that tunnels through your yard, has no eyes, only a long snout, and feast on grub worms. In fact, give me the Laredo sized plate.

    This is a great photo…keep up the good work.

  3. Poncho1950 says:

    Is it mole-flavored meatloaf, or mole, meatloaf, …?

    I’ve often wondered why the word is not written “moleh” or “molê” in English.

  4. Bobo Grande says:

    Mole de Rata Podrida! Mmm good!

  5. ___chavacano says:

    ___be sure and have a piece of “pie” with it, pero seguro que no huela a “pie” (como mi pata)

  6. CCC says:

    Hahahahahaha or should I say jajajajajaja

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  8. New Orleans says:

    This blog is too funny!!

  9. Anonymous says:

    OMG that cracked me up! Keep it up

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