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Blisteringly good food

I know that when the nice waitress says the plate is hot, the plate is indeed hot.
But so hot as to give me a blister from a momentary touch, when trying to shift the plate?
If this had been a fajita skillet I'd understand, but this was just my plate. Oh well.

Their chicken enchilada was really delicious, though.

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kibbles
Jun. 9th, 2003 12:56 pm (UTC)
Wow -- I don't think my ceramic heater got that hot. . .what did they do, get you the plate right out of the kiln? Least a place like that could do is use plate warmers/larger & cooler plates underneath.

wordslinger
Jun. 10th, 2003 06:07 am (UTC)
I don't think I've ever had them quite THAT hot, but i've had some pretty warm ones!
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