Like many other expressions, the exact meaning can fluctuate depending on context. However, I can assure you that it most certainly does mean “Hurry up!” at “Andale’s Mexican & Spanish Cuisine” restaurant…because that is what you will be thinking as you wait for your food.
After Rolf took our orders, he asked me, “So do you make money with this blogging thing?” I burst with laughter. “Oh no,” I said between wheezing laughs, “if anything, it costs me money!” I went on to say, “In 3 or 4 years, if I become really successful, I might—I might!—be able to make a very small side income.” “So,” he replied, “it’s like the restaurant business.”
I once called 20 times over 20 minutes on a Friday evening around 6:00 pm, but the line was continually busy or it just rang and rang. Finally, I decided to drive over and make sure it was open. Oh, it was open, packed, and the phone was ringing, but no one was picking it up. I told the owner, “I tried to call…” And he said, “Too busy. Hour wait for take-out.”
For those of you who love homey Brazilian cooking, this menu item reminded me very much of feijoada. It is not spicy at all, but it is still very yummy, warm, and comforting. This is the kind of meal you share with family.
Once I got Candace to send me the recipe, I realized my original comment—that it is not that hard to make a good Mac’n'Cheese—was a little naïve.
I love Guinness. If I can both eat it and drink it at the same time—which is possible at Burgoo—then in good conscience, I am obligated to do so.
Instead I found a Facebook message from my friend canceling our plans a mere 4 1/2 hours before we were to hang out. What?! I got Facebook canceled?!