|SAN GERALDO THOUGHT THIS RECENT SALAD LOOKED LIKE AN ICE CREAM SUNDAE...|
... SO HE PUT A CHERRY ON TOP.
San Geraldo's salads are so enormous that they overflow our dinner plates. Since we usually have lunch in front of the TV (currently, we catch one episode daily of Season 2 of "Justified"), he holds his plate in his hands (too long a stretch to the coffee table).
I had been spending much of my lunch retrieving San Geraldo's salad droppings from the floor. He had been spending much of his lunch retrieving salad droppings from his shirt.
So, Monday morning, San Geraldo walked over to our local hardware/hotel supply store to buy himself a cazuela. Cazuela is Spanish for cooking pot and it comes in a multitude of sizes. A very common type of cazuela looks like a dinner plate with the addition of a vertical lip around the edge. San Geraldo thought using a cazuela as his "salad plate" would be a perfect solution to his salad avalanche problem. He was right.
|FOREGROUND: SAN GERALDO'S SALAD CAZUELA.|
BACKGROUND: MY LARGE SANDWICH ON A STANDARD DINNER PLATE.
(ADMITTEDLY, I USED PERSPECTIVE TO EXAGGERATE THE DIFFERENCE IN SIZE.)