A paila is an earthenware bowl used as a plate in several South American countries. Dishes served in a paila are often prepared in it inside an oven. By extension the word paila is also used for the dishes eaten in it such as Paila marina and Paila de huevo. An advantage of this dish is that clay retains heat well and keeps foods warm. In Colombia...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paila
1. Another name for timbales; 2. Verbal instruction to play the cáscara pattern.
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