my meal was good, but my companion's was inedible...and the server's comment, was 'gee, that's too bad.' the chili was extremely hot, and not well seeded, so the she couldn't even eat the filling. we're from Mexico, and used to, and love, hot food, but this was jalapeño/habenero hot.
our hosts at our B&B later told us that the hot chilis where common/well known in seasons of drought...the chef didin't know?
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