Since my last post was so heavy, and only a few minutes ago, I feel the need for some humor.
I gotta tell ya, that when we were on "the island," and before we bought groceries for the week, Rele went to wrangle some dinner for us. He came back a little perturbed because he had gone to Pizza Hut and ordered a pizza w/pineapple and green chile and the people didn't know what he was talking about. How rude are the people here?!
We just don't always realize that the rest of the country hasn't discovered the bliss of green chile. On everything. Of course that's not really surprising when the rest of the country doesn't think we even BELONG to the U.S.A., but I digress.
So, they offered to jalapenos on our pizza. Can you even imagine?!
That is something to consider though, if we decide to move out of state. How will we sustain our green chile supply? Can we afford the overnight shipping costs? How often will we need to come back for real Huevos Rancheros w/green, or w/green and red chile? Not to mention sopaipillas that are only available here because of the altitude. If we decide to talk to any of our neighbors will we have to share? These are important questions my friend.