what the counter looked like before it was attaked by some teenagers!
Mexican food night was an adventure. It was held in a dorm that is on the school grounds so everyone that came had an easy place to get to. Then my friend Pille-Riin and I started with making rice krispy treats (not Mexican food I know, yet it was technically dessert). When we had that set up, then we started making burritos, and lastly nachos with meat. I found (no idea how yet I managed) some cheddar cheese in the stores, tortillas (which the Estonians pronounce like tortillas instead of the double L sounds), tortilla chips, beans, and some minced meat.
The nachos were the best seller there. One friend was actually really scared to try the burritos. I told her just to try it, and she eventually did. Liked it too fortunately. Even though the burritos turned out the best (because the rice krispies were really hard, and I burnt the nachos just a tad bit), my friends like the nachos the best: least spooky out of the bunch. The entertainment was listening to each other sing Eurovision songs and dance a bit even. Then we all laughed at how “crazy” American Mexican food is… aka delicious.
All in all,
they didn't really know what it all was
it went successfully! We all had a brilliant time.
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