I think as Americans we take a lot of stuff for granted. Our Freedom, Our Job, Our Family, Our wonderful heath care reform, Pop Music, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Telemundo, and most importantly the myriad of foods available to us around the holiday. We eat our faces off for a few days, drink like Indians and then feel guilty for it come New Years vowing that our "resolution" is to hit the gym. In true American spirit I too eat and drink this way year round, which is why I'm posting a fully detailed list appreciating everything I've consumed this Holiday season, without nutritional facts, organic endorsements, or warning labels. Feliz Navidad!
In some chronological order:
Snyders hard pretzels and ham for breakfast (mustard)
Lunch @ Nopalito in SF- Fish Taco, Blue Corn Casadilla, Chicken Enchiladas with Mole Negro
Strong Banana tasting beers @ Toranado in SF
Heavenly Veal Sausage from German Lady
Blue Blottle coffee
Family meal @ INCANTO Pork Loaf, Potato wedges, Apple Sauce
Chef Chris' 7 fishes dinner with macaroons for dessert
Jim Beam Rye
Christmas dinner @ Rigoberto's #2 chicken enchilada, chilaquiles salsa rojo, rolled cheese tacos
Ham for lunch (mustard)
30 to 40 red vines
Chicken Shwarma @ MAMAS BAKERY
bud light (may i emphasize no caps)
Jalapeno Poppers @ RedFox
Some Red Wine
Burritos with corn salsa @ INDIGO
Faint memories of a grip of cookies, chocolates and cakes of sorts...
Mexican Slang Of the Week
"A huevo!"- A derivative of "A huevo que si!"
which is a slang version of saying "Claro que si!"
meaning "Of Course!"
-"huevo" is "egg" in Spanish. Young males use "huevos" to refer to their testicles.