Monday, September 14, 2009

Lunch spots

Lunch can dictate the quality of life. How quickly do you eat lunch? With whom do you eat lunch? Are you looking at your computer while trying to wolf down "lunch"? Is lunch just food? Or, should it include some non-caloric nourishment as well?

Here are several Honduran lunch spots:

Restaurant on the Caribbean coast, just north of Puerto Cortes. Whole fried fish and lime.

Tropical fruit on the farm, Copan region. Freshly harvested pineapple (picked ripe out of the ground, warm and unbelievable), oranges tossed down from the tree, other tropical vegetable stalks.

Roadside bodega. Carnitas, fresh squeezed pineapple juice. On the right, a sugar cane press is visible. In the center is a big stack of coconuts, which were unloaded as we ate.
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