San Geraldo was too lazy to cook tonight, which was fine with me because I would have been too lazy to clean up after him. So we headed out for dinner with no particular place in mind. As we rounded our corner, passing Dos de Mayo, we noticed two tables inside. A rarity once the night is in full swing. And the night was in full swing. We grabbed one of those tables. I think they were available because they were in the back of the restaurant (usually a popular location) and the Sevilla-Ireland football match was playing on the flat screen at the front. The screen wasn’t clearly visible from our spot. So, we didn’t watch the game.
We had, as we always do at Dos de Mayo, a delicous meal with friendly, high-energy service. And, coincidentally — given my most recent blog post on hot dishes, casseroles, and cazuelas — one of their specials tonight was a shrimp and fish cazuela. So good!
|CAZUELA DE RAPE — PRONOUNCED RAH-PAY — Y GAMBAS.
(MONKFISH AND SHRIMP CASSEROLE.)
So, now it’s time for bed. We’re getting up bright and early — really — so we can stand in line at the Foreigners Office. It’s time to renew our residency cards. Can’t believe we’ve been here almost a year!