I can't remember what it was that I ordered, but it was fantastic. The quesadilla we got for the youngest two to share was so huge that even with the help of the rest of us, we couldn't finish it off. And I got to try sopapillas for the first - but definitely not last - time.
The other thing that really made a lasting impression on me was the infused water. I'd never tried anything like it before and as soon as I took my first sip, I was planning to search Pinterest for recipes.
Now and then I try to cut down on my diet Coke habit, but drinking nothing but plain water feels like I'm punishing myself. I like some of the MIO flavors, but those are almost as pricey as the diet Coke, so except for cutting out the caffeine, they aren't much of an improvement.
Cucumber mint water seemed like an answer to my prayers.
Some of the sites I found online were less than helpful. If I'm looking at something as a potential substitute for my diet Coke, I'm definitely not going to add sugar to it. I found a free Kindle title -- Vitamin Water -- which had lots of great ideas for flavor combinations, but the introduction about the value is a little over the top. I also used much less fruit for the batches I tried.
It couldn't be much easier. Wash and cut the fruit, put it in a jar, add water, then pop it into the fridge. Every time someone had a glass, we'd top the jar off with water from the tap. When the fruit started to lose its flavor, we'd rinse the jar and start over again.
This post is linked to We are THAT Family and the Hip Homeschool Hop, Mom's Library, The Shady Porch.