MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM! I have a confession to make: I love Cafe Rio! If I had to choose a last meal, it would be Cafe Rio. And I am pretty sure that Heaven will have a Cafe Rio on every corner. Because that would just make sense.
It's that good.
On a side note, I'd like to put my availability out there if Cafe Rio needs a quality control/ taste testing person. Just saying.
But, back to the point of the post, what can you learn from Cafe Rio? Other than that their green dressing tastes good on everything?
Soap Box: Now, I am always on the search for "The Real Deal" Check out my other real deal posts by visiting my topic cloud to the right and clicking on "Real Deal."
The Real Deal: Honest, legitimate, worthy, true.
Oh Cafe Rio, my love, this is a fail. The sign reads "Yep...These limes and tomatoes are real." And those are flour bags.
Have you ever met someone like this? Or been in a situation where you realized that your limes and tomatoes were flour bags? What a rude awakening.
This on the other hand is amazing:
What the lemons?! This is called going the extra mile. Yep...these limes and tomatoes are real... and so are these lemons.
This is the real deal!
So how do you go from this?
Luckily those flour bags can, with work, be turned into scrumdidiliumtious tortillas. A building block for a good burrito or salad.
Poof! Problem solved and you are half way to making my meal.
Aren't we lucky that we can learn from our trials and go forward to build something great!
Cheesy Moral of the Story:
Don't trade in your limes and tomatoes for a bag of flour. But, if you do, make a tortilla and start over.