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Officially back home in the US after 7 years

Posted by EricBluegrassFiddle on Monday, August 3, 2015

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10 comments on “Officially back home in the US after 7 years”

Rene Says:
Tuesday, August 4, 2015 @5:17:11 PM

Officially welcome

EricBluegrassFiddle Says:
Tuesday, August 4, 2015 @8:22:42 PM

Thanks, we are still a bit culture shocked

Royce Burt Says:
Wednesday, August 5, 2015 @3:42:55 AM

Welcome back Eric!

EricBluegrassFiddle Says:
Wednesday, August 5, 2015 @4:25:43 AM

Thanks...I've got two good job interviews next

fiddlepogo Says:
Thursday, August 6, 2015 @9:30:30 PM

Congrats!!!! Welcome back!!!
Do you speak English with an Argentine accent???

Any good Cuban restaurants in your town? Different kind of Hispanic, but maybe still a bit more familiar feeling, especially for your wife.

EricBluegrassFiddle Says:
Friday, August 7, 2015 @7:35:44 PM

We just went to the local latino supermarket and they had alot of argentine products there but my wife didn't like it. I was tempted to stop by the parking lot jam on highway 50 in Ocoee west Orlando but ended up not going lol.

EricBluegrassFiddle Says:
Saturday, August 8, 2015 @12:44:25 PM

pogo there are some good Cuban sandwich shops yes....

EricBluegrassFiddle Says:
Monday, August 10, 2015 @5:39:42 AM

Michael - I speak spanish with an argentine accent since I use "voseo" but my english is a bit southern, a tad of Kentucky, but not heavy at all, like my family.

fiddlepogo Says:
Thursday, August 13, 2015 @10:24:33 PM

Pity about her not liking the market.... I'm sure for someone fresh out of Argentina it kind of pales. I could be wrong, just guessing, but I'm guessing there will be very little of that kind of stuff in Louisville. Time may come when she's BEGGING you to take her for a trip to Florida, so she can visit that very market! Then again, she must have her own way of cooking Argentine dishes, with her favorite ingredients she knows how to find in Argentina, but in a store with a much smaller selection, they just aren't there.
One store with quite a few international products is Trader Joe's. If they aren't Argentine, some European products may be close. Aldi's is Trader Joe's sister store, I've never been to one, but with the same parent corporation there's a chance they have more international products too. Also, natural food stores sometimes have odd things that are atypical of American food stores.

EricBluegrassFiddle Says:
Friday, August 14, 2015 @4:52:51 AM

Actually, Louisville has one argentine restaurant, however here there's like 10! We also just caught wind of an Argentine bakery here as well. By the way, small world: One of our VERY close friends just gave us a new car FREE! It's a 2010 Chevy Cobalt L. It has kinda high miles but nevertheless in good condition!

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