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But this was the moment White House egg rolling went public.
Some 21,000 people were expected to turn out for Monday’s event, a drop from the 35,000 at Barack Obama’s last egg roll in 2016.
Whatever people could salvage from the fridge became breakfast, lunch and dinner, cooked over gas or propane stoves, and a strip-mall Chinese place frying egg rolls in the sweaty dark in Hollywood, Fla., earned the eternal gratitude of its patrons.
The fried pork egg rolls ($5), while crisp, boasted a filling that was rather nondescript.
Another standout on the menu was the Bloodhound Rolls ($10), phyllo dough wrapped as an egg roll and stuffed with scallion cream cheese and chorizo sausage.
The partners tested recipes at Belinda Henry's home on Lizardi Street, which led to the creation of one of their signature appetizers, the Lizardi Roll, a Cajun-Asian fusion egg roll.
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Definition of egg roll for English Language Learners
: a very thin flat piece of dough that is wrapped around a mixture of chopped vegetables and often meat and then usually fried
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