Burgers with cheese and mushroom sauce. And homemade potato chips.

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  1. A says:

    “Not powdered iced tea, please, but something more unusual like agua fresca. ” – Hear, hear! A decent mixed drink (virgin or otherwise) always gets my thumbs up.

    Reminds me of how restaurants rip off people by offering bottomless iced tea. A pouch of powdered ice tea costs around 5 to 20 pesos; plus water and ice, a liter of iced tea costs maximum 30-35 pesos. Now, a normal person can only drink a liter of liquids before getting full; if you charge 70 pesos for bottomless iced tea, you can earn more than double the capital! Sleazy.

    Since you’re into breadmaking now, perhaps you could try to make your own sesame buns? But I prefer homemade pita, which I actually like more then loaf-y bread. Pita is an easy choice, and would go well with your garlicky cheese spread :)

  2. We’re planning on doing it all — buns and flatbreads included. Alex so loves paratha so we’ll learn to make that too. It’s so exciting!