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Panadería ParralenseSearching for specialty Mexican sweets, candies and sodas? Try Panadería Parralense. Si se habla Español , you'll get an education as well as a treat. If you don't speak any Spanish, you're in for an adventure. We love the dough-things covered with granulated sugar and filled with pineapple, pumpkin or strawberry. Coconut-covered cookies taste as good as they look. With all that sweet dough in your mouth, you'll need a refreshing beverage, no? Dig into the coolers for some milk or a soda. Fantastico. (Alibi Staff, August 11, 2010)
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