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Like a brownie that someone would eat for desser;t NOT like a little girl or a girl scout

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Brownie wink

  • Mar 21, 2010
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Hola,

bizcocho de chocolate es un término bastante generalizado. Un saludo,

Charlie

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They are a popular dessert (or postre) in the restaurants of Madrid.

I don't know how they write it, but they say, "brownie."

They look like this...!

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And, here is a recipe for "Brownie de Chocolate" in Spanish.

  • Oct 2, 2010
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  • Yes, sometimes people call them "brownies", but only because they hear that word in american movies. The Spanish name is "bizcocho de chocolate". - bill1111 Oct 2, 2010
  • I cannot think of one American movie where they discuss brownies. Can you? - JoyceM Oct 2, 2010
  • Well, I don't know if "discuss" is the right word, but they are certainly "mentioned" ;p - bill1111 Oct 2, 2010
  • I recall a few movies (like That 70's show) where Alice B. Toklas brownies were discussed. - 0074b507 Oct 2, 2010
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¡Hmm! , ¡qué rico!

Yummy! wink

  • Oct 2, 2010
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