|DC Empanada Food Truck|
The name empanada originates from the Spanish verb empanar which means to wrap or coat in bread and fill with fish, chicken or meat - a portable and hearty meal for working people, essentially a stuffed pastry.
Usually found in Spain, Portugal, the Caribbean, Latin America and the Philippines, today they could be found on the streets of Washington - on Capitol Hill ( South Capitol Metro Station) and Farragut Square to be exact - compliments of Human Events and DC Empanada Food Truck.
|Cathy Taylor chats up Elizabeth Setterlin|
|Empanada picnic in the park.|
|Editorial Director Cathy Taylor and Joe Guerriero|
"I couldn't think of a better way to re-launch HE than by serving empanadas. Substance and spice just like HE!," said Eagle Group VP and Group Publisher Joe Guerriero.