Friday, June 22, 2012

What You See Is Not Always What You Get

Sometimes the box says one thing...

But there is really something else inside...

In this case, tuna in a vegetable box.  According to Frank's driver, Serge, the guys in the warehouse have found that these waxed vegetable boxes are a bit cheaper than the fish boxes, and except for the labeling, are essentially the same thing.   And FYI, did you know that these wax boxes make perfect fire-starter material?  Don't bother buying those things they sell as fire-starters, just get yourself a waxed box, cut it up into three or four inch squares, put one in the bottom of your grill or campfire, lay on the charcoal or the wood as normal, light your square and bingo! flames.  

It's those little things.

Now this next picture is an example of what you see is what you get:

Last night's burger was one of the messy-er ones, but that sauce of chili con queso, made with Kevin's chorizo, was just delicious.  A little heat with the perfect balance of cheese and sausage over the beef.  What will they come up with next?

1 comment:

  1. And the fries. Those perfect little pillows of fried joy!