Wednesday, December 30, 2009

New Year's Eve menu

I am the world's greatest NYE party pooper. I hate staying up late! Here, NYE is a biggie. Big cookout, mostly lamb or mutton, which I dislike. But everyone has an Asado.

One year, when we were living up on the hill, overlooking Loncoche, I had the brilliant idea of making Pastel de Choclo, corn pie, instead of a cookout. Neil agreed and Mom and I undertook the work of Pastel de Choclo. As we sat out on the porch eating our delicious Pastel, something incredible happened. We could smell the meat of all the people cooking in the town below us! All of a sudden, our pastel didn't have that smell! We are quite the carnivores, so our corn-laden goodness came up short!

Lesson learned, this year like all the rest, we are having an Asado!

5 comments:

Sarah said...

Hope you have a very blessed New Year. xx

A Quiet, Gracious Life said...

Wishing you and yours a very Blessed New Year! (o:

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Kristi said...

Don't know what an Asado is, but we're quite the carnivoreshere too. So we'd probably enjoy those. LOL

~Kristi

Rhonda in Chile said...

Asado, BBQ, Chilean style!