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Show all 72 episodes. Agatha 2. Show all episodes. Aunt Rosita. Show all 18 episodes. Edit page. Clear your history. IMDb Everywhere. Follow IMDb on. My desire now, is to remember how she made them. What great memories you have! Carolyn G View my complete profile. The other day I received a box from my sister. She recently came back from Costa Rica.

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When anyone goes to Costa Rica or comes here from Costa Rica, we get a shipment of coffee. Tom loves Costa Rican coffee so my parents and sister always bring us some. I tell you we have a whole cabinet full of Costa Rican coffee beans. If you have never had Costa Rican coffee, I am sad for you. I get my box and inside is the coffee and some black beans. I have spoken of my love of the Lizano black beans before. I love them because they remind me of my second cousin Flora who died a little over a year ago.

When we were little and went to Costa Rica, Flora would always make us black bea n sandwiches with butter.

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They were the best things ever. It was a highlight of my trips there. The other thing in the box were two packs of bizcochos.

What are bizcochos? Well I am posting a picture. But basically they are baked cornmeal dough circles with cheese. They are delicio us. I think they are an acquired taste. Tom won't eat them. I love them and can eat them everyday of my life. Packaged bizcochos are okay and I eat them because that's all I have.

But when I was little, my great aunts my grandmother's sisters would make us bizcochos and they were the best things ever. It was really my great aunt Teresa who would make them. Oh how I loved her bizcochos. I never knew what made them so tasty but they were little crunchy bites of goodness.

These things are even better than Fritos and you know what a Frito fiend I am. But I would rather eat bizcochos than Fritos. So when we were scheduled to arrive in Costa Rica. My great aunt would always bake them up and they were always ready when we arrived. She would make hundreds and put them in big giant plastic bags. We always got our very own giant bag to eat while we were in Costa Rica.

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When I finished mine, I would just take some from my sister's bag because that's how I rolled back then. I loved my great aunts.

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Teresa would make us bizcochos but we weren't that close to her. I truly think she just tolerated us but that was okay as long as I got my bizcocho fix. We were a lot closer to our other great aunts Chela and Luisa. Chela real name Graciela was the best! Luisa was actually Flora's mom and she was a little eccentric. Luisa didn't cook but she would always tell us these great stories about the haints and hauntings and scary things. I loved her stories and would always beg her for more.

Plus, she was always really nice to us.

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She gave us money to go buy treats at the pulperia mini grocery store and always made us laugh. She was a little out there but I loved her nonetheless. Chela would always cook for us.