don’t be deceived – we did not rub guacamole all over our faces. those are facial masks we purchased at the grocery store (when we weren’t buying donuts or baby pinks), which we wore while we made guacamole.
and when i say we wore these while making guacamole, i mean that we wore these while caroline made guacamole and i stood to the side, stealing samples and telling her to add more tomatoes.
this is what happens when you have olive-toned skin; you say things like "caroline, it's just not showing up on my face very well....why is yours so much greener?" and then you realize: you're basically shrek.
speaking of shrek..... he did this all on his own and surprised us.
then sergio took to the kitchen to prepare some sort of cold soup, the name of which i don’t remember.
though i should have remembered the name because i need to make a point of never eating this soup again.
(it’s okay, sergi doesn’t even know what a blog is, let alone does not read mine.)all i know is that the soup contained a lot of egg, a lot of mayonnaise, a lot of tomato puree and a lot of garlic. like, this much garlic…
because the soup wasn't our favorite, my dinner that night consisted of 1/2 a bag of chips and the majority of that guacamole. and if we’re being honest here, there was probably a lot of dessert involved, too.
suffice it to say, the tapas were better.