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When reheated, leftover pernil can be dry, so serve it with a fruit compote on top, such as fig, or repurpose it in dishes such as tacos, stuffed peppers or enchiladas.Puerto Rican pernil is a standout Thanksgiving roast. Just guard that crispy skin.|Monti Carlo|November 18, 2021|Washington Post
Only later, when I was enjoying vegan enchiladas and a smoothie purchased at a thrumming downtown restaurant, did I turn back to my fascination with Aspen and its extensive cycling.
McIngvale has also paid food vendors to bring in tacos, enchiladas, hamburgers, hot dogs and breakfast burritos.Texas is frozen and in crisis. A furniture store owner has emerged as a hero — again.|Cathy Free|February 18, 2021|Washington Post
When we came back inside, the leftovers—green chile enchiladas and beans—were on the stovetop, and my son had eaten some.I Rejected the Native Grieving Ceremonies My Mother Taught Me When She Died. But Losing Friends During the Pandemic Changed That|Terese Marie Mailhot|December 28, 2020|Time
“It tasted like a crow enchilada,” Morrissey said, as he literally ate his words.The Chicago Bulls’ Joakim Noah Sounds Off on Weed, the Weather, and Winning|Bill Schulz|October 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This is the big enchilada, and the culmination of the alleged death spiral.
And when you win those two states in the Republican primaries, you're likely to win the whole red enchilada.
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see big cheese (enchilada); whole ball of wax (enchilada).