Funbook - Fall 2014
Funbook - Spring 2014
March 4, 2015
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Updated May 7, 2014 12:58 PM
By JOAN REMINICK
An empanada with pork and ginger at Salumi in Massapequa. (Credit: Newsday / Joan Reminick)
Almost anywhere Spanish is spoken, you'll find empanadas -- little turnovers that are fried or baked and stuffed with something savory or sweet. Use a knife and fork or eat them out of hand.
On Long Island, there are many versions -- some creative, others classic. Here are four places to find them.
ISLAND EMPANADA, 601-13 Portion Rd., Ronkonkoma, 631-617-6427
Tucked into a Ronkonkoma...
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