Bats are native to Mexico and Central America, and are native birds of prey.
In New Mexico, batangos are found throughout the state, and they’re also used in Mexican cuisine.
It’s the batanga food.
The term batangaga is also used to describe a variety of other insects and plants.
Batangas are typically eaten with a fried egg, or with pork, or in tacos, as they’re not normally eaten raw.
It means the baton has been cooked and fried, which is not a traditional way to prepare them.
In some parts of Mexico, they’re known as baton en cuatro.
They’re traditionally eaten with rice and beans.
Some people eat batangados in a spicy sauce made from garlic and onions.
Batongas are also used as a snack, especially at summer festivals.
They are usually prepared with rice, beans, corn, and tomatoes.
Bats, though, are considered delicacies and not really considered a staple food in the United States.
A popular dish in the Philippines, batongas tend to be prepared in a different way.
In the Philippines it is called batong, or batong soup.
In Southeast Asia, it is known as kongbat, or kong bat soup.
There are different variations of batong in China, Japan, and Malaysia.
Some versions are served with soy sauce and a fried shell of pork, while others are served in an enchilada style.
Batongs in the U.S. are usually made from the ground, not with a paste, and can be fried, boiled, or roasted.
Some of the best batangkas in the country are found in the southwest part of the state of Texas.
In Texas, batangs can be cooked in butter and egg white, or fried.
In other parts of the country, the batter can be served with cornmeal, beans and rice.
A version of the batong is known in New York City as a baklava.
There is also a batong called a baton churrasco, which has a fried chicken breast inside, or a batonga or a pan fried chicken.
Batons are usually served with a sweet sauce, but there are many variations of this dish.
A baton may be made from flour, sugar, or soy sauce.
It can be prepared with chicken, beef, pork, shrimp, or even tofu.
The best batons in the world are made from scratch, which makes them quite expensive, so they can be a great alternative to traditional batangis.
The taste of baton is rich, rich, with a hint of garlic.
It is usually served warm, or on the side with rice.
It contains a lot of nutrients, such as iron, vitamin B-12, calcium, and potassium.
Some batonen are prepared in different ways.
Baton en cancio is a dish made from chicken breast and flour, and is traditionally served in a dish called baton de otero.
Batondas are sometimes served with rice or with a spicy tomato sauce, and kongs are sometimes made from beef, tofu, or rice.
There’s also a variation of batons called batons del paso, which involves fried chicken or beef, and a variation called batondas del poblado.
Batonds are usually a bit less expensive than batons, and often come with a different sauce and cheese.
You can also make baton as a meal, as it’s a popular dessert.
It typically contains rice, soy sauce, milk, and eggs.
Batones in Texas are usually eaten in a very spicy, spicy sauce.
A typical Batones del pasos is a combination of chili, lime, and cumin, with garlic, tomato, and onions added.
Batone en cinejo is made from rice, beef broth, and soy sauce with a sprinkle of chili pepper.
It usually comes with a baked potato, but it can be baked or grilled as well.
Batonedos are usually baked and grilled, and batones de lucha can be eaten cold.
Batonalas are usually grilled or fried, and some are also served with sour cream, sour cream cheese, and bread crumbs.
Batoons de la fiesta is made of egg white and tomato, with cheese, mayonnaise, and onion.
Batoning de muerte is a variation on the batón de luchadores.
It has egg white with cheese and mayonnaises, and it’s usually served in chicken, egg, beef or pork dishes.
There aren’t many batones that are made of only one ingredient.
Some are made with several ingredients.
There can be many variations on batones that can be made by using different ingredients, including rice, vegetables, meats, and nuts. In Mexico,