Enough about me, though. What I wanted to share was a dining experience I cherished in Great Barrington Massachusetts. Craving Mexican I found a solution per the recommendations of new neighbors at the Xicohtencatl Mexican Restaurant on Rt. 7. I sought Greek, considered soy, and landed upon a bounty of fresh Guacamole, rich seafood soup, savory Chicken mole, and a bounty of sweet mango juices, flambe, and traditional cake - Tres leche.
I do wish I had recorded the feat which was a simple but elegant plate of Pollo con Mole and spanish rice as it was deep, dark, and just spiced enough. Tender, if not slightly dry, the mole more than made up for any perceivable imperfections in that dish.
More impressive yet and thus most disheartening was the lengthy and inspired desert menu. Mangos flambeed in Tequile, Tres Leches Cake were devoured before the snap of a shutter and flan, cake, custards, and icy treats stand to be tested.
50 Stockbridge Rd Great Barrington, Ma
I fear a long summer without the niceties of haute cuisine. Perhaps instead I should be savoring a time in which to experience the fruits of experimentation. No matter the case, it's good to be home and good to again be reviewing fine food and life's other fares.
What will become of me?
Not stewing about it...
But maybe something that ages well
A fine Kimchi?