I ate a large bowl f tropical fruit salad with yogurt and granola for breakfast. My very favorite biodynamic breakfast. No milk, just fruit juice to moisten the granola.
Then I rode to Montano and then showered.
Mike and I met a bit after noon at Padilla’s. I ordered a Relleno plate with two chili Rellenos and double pinto beans for $8.75. Mike ordered one chili Relleno and one meat filled enchilada a la carte for $8.20.
We both really liked our lunches. The chili Relleno were much larger than the ones served at La Salita and I enjoyed the flour and egg batter Padilla’s used to coat the chilis. For a moment I thought the same mix used for the sopapillas was used as the Relleno batter.
After lunch I went to the law library to do some research and then home.
I was tired and rested until 5:00 when I ate a snack of Jarlsberg cheese slices laid on rye crackers smeared with cod fish roe, a very Swedish snack.
Willy came by around 7:00 to do his laundry. We watched the news, a bit of hockey, and some Antique Roadshow with me until almost 10:00. Around 8:00 I heated the PPI Chicken Mole and stewed Chayote and tomatoes and put a couple of handfuls of spinach into the Chayote stew to add some green vegetable to the dish. After dinner we drank a beer to help wash down the spicy mole.
It is hard to get excited to cook a big meal with Suzette out of town.