Wednesday, May 5, 2010

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Our feast was phenomenal. We had it all folks. Chips. Salsa. Guacamole. Fijitas. Black Beans. Cheese (the real stuff!).
Rachel and I even attempted Spanish rice. For those of you who know me well know that when it comes to rice, and i am anything but proficient. To be frank: i suck at making rice. But we were determined to do Cindo proud.
We got close to butchering it when i smelt smoke and realized the bottom was burning. However, quick hands quickly solved the problem. Remove pan from heat. Don't scrape too deep. I must say, it was quite delicious. And folks...it wasn't crunchy!

There you have it! Happy Cinco de Mayo! Also celebrated as Children's Day in Korea... i shall call it Happy Awesome Day. No work. Delicious Mexican Food. Great Friends.... awesome indeed!

5 comments:

  1. OOOooooo you are so brave to leave video feed of yourself! YOu are truly becoming a professional I suppose! I'm so happy you found some avocados and that you celebrated Cinco De Mayo. We didn't even do anything with the preschoolers today-and I am the spanish teacher! Love you. Glad you got to spend time with some friends. I think you should introduce some of them to us! Maybe another video feed?

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  2. $7.00??????? WOW you gotta love em' :D I agree with meeting the friends!!!!
    love your sis

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  3. Yea!!!! Avocados the only fruit worth $7!!!!!
    Madre'

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  4. :) i'll work on the friends.
    and madre.. yes... avocados are the ONLY fruit worth 7 bucks!
    though Koreans think that a watermelon is worth significantly more. 15/17,000 W! That's 17 bucks for a watermelon. Don't they know that the main ingredient is FREE?

    : )

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  5. Sarah that sounds super yummy & I'm quite jealous. No one make the assumption that all of Latin America enjoys the tastiness of Mexican food b/c it does not! There's one Mexican food restaurant I know of here but it's super pricey. I think I'm going to look for some $7 avocados myself...

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