Sweet Thing: La Churreria.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

A churro, for me, conjures many happy memories of summer: waiting in line under the blistering sun at Disneyland; sitting bare-legged in the grass at the neighborhood park, dusting sugar off my knees. Years later, now an adult, my churro consumption has dropped considerably. But yesterday, as temperatures in New York City climbed over 80, a visit to Nolita's La Churreria brought all these sweet memories flooding back, and then some. 


Here, in addition to tapas and Spanish sandwiches, you can order churros dipped in hot chocolate, coated in chocolate, or stuffed with your choice of three fillings. Here's one, sprinkled with sugar and filled with crema. Like a naughty distant cousin to the humble cream puff, it'd make an indulgent, show-stopping breakfast.


Here's another, oozing dulce de leche. Is there any way on earth this could possibly be bad?


I topped out at these two yesterday, but next time I'm in the neighborhood I'm looking forward to sampling the rest. Here's to the beginning of a beautiful summer. 

Visit La Churreria's website, here.

19 comments:

the southern hostess said...

Yum! Hands down, one of my favorite treats.

Linda said...

yum yum yum!!! :)

la vie quotidienne said...

Spanish traditional sweet ;)
yuuummy!

xoxo from München
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kiko said...

I am sold. Gotta go!

SreeBindu said...

oh! delicious =)

Chessa! said...

it's funny bc the first time I had a churro was at disney too! I'd never even heard of this delicious dessert before. and when I saw the title of your post before I even read it I thought of my first drip to disney and the churro my parents got me.

angela said...

Those look so amazing!

Erin@lovesomeblog.com said...

whoa, never had one of these. must do something about that.

Callie said...

Those look so yummy!
P.S. Thank you for your sweet comment!

Hannah Brandt said...

Yum! I could go for one of these right about now.

Shoko said...

Callie, you're so welcome!

Lisa said...

What a treat! It looks and sounds soo good! Shoko, you're such a beautiful writer - your description makes La Churreria and your experience there come alive. Thanks for sharing!

Loulou said...

Oh boy, these look so good! I've never had a churro before but now that I've seen these I just have to look for a place that has them. Lucky you for having this one close by.

Loulou

Shoko said...

Thank you so much, Lisa - that is so nice to hear!

Loulou, yes, you MUST! They're the best!

Eleanor said...

MMM Those look SO good! Lovely pictures, too. :)

Melissa said...

I have never in my life had a churro! How is this possible?! I will add a trip to La Churreria to my to do list immediately. Thanks for letting me know what I'm missing in my life :)

Aimita said...

I adore, just adore reading your blog, it brightens up my day. So, have you ever heard of "Las Fallas" in Valencia, Spain? Well, during this typical Valencian party there are churro stands all over the city, along with buñuelos (the best are made with pumpkin) they are traditionally dipped in a cup of chocolate (and by that, i mean pure chocolate) if your not a fan, you should for sure try 'horchata' a sweet and milky drink made from tiger nuts.
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Shoko said...

Melissa, go ASAP!

Aimita, thank you so, so much! I haven't heard of Las Fallas but it sounds AMAZING. Definitely would love to experience that.

Jocy said...

Seriously, YUM. That looks amazing.

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