Friday, May 4, 2012

Hot Salsa

I don’t usually do local restaurant reviews as a courtesy to my international readers (you’re welcome The Netherlands), but in this instance I feel that everyone everywhere can learn from what I am about to say. SAY NO TO HOT SALSA. Your first instinct is to say, “That Tad Guy, stop being a sissy” or “What? Baby can’t stand a wittle spicy food?” No, you fools*! I mean temperature hot, not spicy hot. A friend of mine and I went to Fuzzy’s Tacos ($1 Taco Tuesdays, muy bueno) and I ordered some chips and salsa. When the waiter guy asked me if I wanted warm salsa, I automatically assumed he meant the chips—who has ever heard of warm salsa? But, no, it was the salsa. Let me set the record straight: salsa should be cool like walking barefoot after the rain. It shouldn’t be hot like a rash after you’ve scratched it too many times.

That said, try the pulled pork and avoid the fish.

*Sorry, I don’t mean all of you, dear readers.