In other news, Ken's suit was baptized in Inca Kola. After a visit to the dry cleaners it looks changed somehow; some of the chalk stripes are erased, but at least it's not sticky.
We took the Pulido family back to the temple. After we all went out for Chinese food. Peruvian Chifa has a style all its own with crispy wontons, thick noodley soup, and sweet n sour pineapple, peaches and tamarindo. We do enjoy it.
I made pizza at a Chao relief society activity for investigators. They mostly made it themselves since Flor and Katy had done it before. We also made leche asada, aka flan or crème brûlée. Imagine 6 cans of milk, 18 eggs, a half gallon of water, sugar and vanilla all beaten together and poured into glasses to bake in a water bath. In the end, it was deliciously worth it. Bon appetit! Provecho!
|Brave basses and tenacious tenors|
|Maité takes a group shot at the Chifa restaurant.|
|Lizeth says, "It's the champagne of Peru!"|
|Making mega pizza with Flor and Katy|
|Vivi had no idea what her shirt meant when it said, "Free Kisses."|
|With President Risco beating eggs, who needs a mixer for this delightful leche asada!|
|They know exactly what they're doing.|
|Flor's oven is awesomely huge, but sometimes explosively cranky about temperature & gas regulation.|
|It's another grandiosa!|
|Elders Ortiz & Harper approve.|
|Elders Rokovitz & Portillo happily agree.|
|Elder Riddle is as happy as a monkey in a monkey tree.|
|One more monkey swinging in the tree...|
|Another fine group says good-bye.|
|Welcome new missionaries with Mom, Dad, Grandma, and Grandpa.|
|Happy Birthday to Elders Greer and Hernandez in the new Zona Virú!|