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Manuel "Manolo" Betancur , owner of Las Delicias bakery, has a small corner of his store devoted to alcohol hangover cures. While the edible cures are made year-round, holidays like New Year's Eve and the parties surrounding them highlight the need for empanadas, papa rellenas, Colombian chorizo and moreilla (blood sausage) to the fore. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer
Manuel "Manolo" Betancur , owner of Las Delicias bakery, has a small corner of his store devoted to alcohol hangover cures. While the edible cures are made year-round, holidays like New Year's Eve and the parties surrounding them highlight the need for empanadas, papa rellenas, Colombian chorizo and moreilla (blood sausage) to the fore. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer

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