Posted December 02, 2018 07:22:54 A handful of late night snack options have been added to Spain’s Game Day, with some of them being quite tasty.
The games are made in-house at La Casa del Mundo, a popular cafe and bar in the city of Malaga, and include spicy snack bowls, hotdogs, and pasta salad with the occasional cheese, cheese and eggs.
The cafe has also been selling snacks and snacks made in Spain since 2005, but this is the first time they have been offered in Spain’s capital.
The snacks are made from a variety of foods such as beef, pork, and beef, as well as a range of vegetables.
In addition to the snacks, there are also hot dogs and snacks that are made by the owners themselves, which are sold in packs of three or four.
The owner of La Casu de Malaga says that it is a bit of a change from the usual games they have, which often have a range to choose from, so he wants to introduce a few more options.
“We want to make sure the variety of snacks and beverages are varied,” he said.
“People like to have a variety and not always the same things.”
“Some of them are made with chicken, some with turkey, some fish, some red meat, some vegetables, some chips, some fruits and some chocolate.”
It is not just snacks that people like to try, but it is also a bit more varied and exciting to try.
La Casu De Malaga is also selling a new snack, which is made from red meat.
While the owner is not sure if the new snack will appeal to everyone, he hopes it will be popular.
“For me it is important that it has something different, something new, something that is not only delicious, but also something that you can eat,” he added.
“There are some things you can buy for a small amount and it is not always enough, but you can find something new that is good for you.”
For more information, visit www.lacasdelmudo.com.au