El Día del Trabajador

How did I celebrate May Day (Worker’s Day)? I slept in, then headed out into the super-quiet city for lunch and happened upon a neighborhood restaurant serving up big bowls of locro (it’s that time of year again). Not the best I’ve ever had – no chorizo, lots of fat, no beans – and served with a salsa picante that hardly pica (“bites”), but enjoyable nonetheless. Sat in the warm fall sun and soaked up some rays… then it was time to get to work, which will carry me late into the night – no holiday for me!

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One Response to “El Día del Trabajador”

  1. Dad Says:

    I followed the links and read that locro is also traditionallly eaten on May 25, Revolution Day, so maybe you’ll get another opportunity to find a good one with chorizo.

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