By the time we ate the sampler platter, we conceded that, yes, this is definitely a platter for two, even if you are super hung over from wild St. Patty’s Day partying, and then you went to an art auction and drank and bid (never a good idea), and then you went to your place with friends and drank some more, and then crashed without drinking enough water, and then woke up the next day and didn’t eat all day. Yes, even then, this platter serves two.
On this trip, I was alone…. What this meant was that I didn’t have to go to Teriyaki Point, where Little Man likes to feast on plain white rice and a small skewer of teriyaki shrimp. I could go anywhere I wanted. I wanted Mexican.
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.
Sprinkling goat cheese on top of refried beans does not make it authentic (Dios mio, why does this keep happening?!).