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THE ALOE FLOWERS are opening from bottom to top on their stems and our back hall is aglow with golden hues. In its own way, it’s delicious, but not as delicious as the beautiful salmon and mango “rose” salad I had the other day at Mesón Salvador. (Click here for last year’s flowering aloes.)
LAS FLORES DE áloe se abren de abajo a arriba en sus tallos y nuestra sala trasera está iluminada con tonos dorados. A su manera, es delicioso, pero no tan delicioso como la hermosa ensalada de “rosa” de salmón y mango que comí el otro día en Mesón Salvador. (Haz clic aquí para ver las flores de los áloe del año pasado.)
San Geraldo’s mother, Alice, had a dear friend named Sharon. Sharon was not a cook. Sharon was so much not a cook that I in comparison am Julia Child.
Sharon had Froot Loops for breakfast every morning. She called it her three servings of fruit.
I knew it was really only three servings of “froot.”
Speaking of fruit servings, downstairs at BarBoru, Chef Robbie likes us to try out everything he bakes. It kind of, almost, defeats the purpose of my long walks. Or maybe it makes my long walks all the more important.
I’ve told Robbie he can’t keep doing this to us. Sometimes he listens. But sometimes his baked goods include fruit and he explains that it’s important to have several servings per day.