Today we had a few people visiting — mostly to hand in Listening Logs. But one of our visiting students was Martha, from 1ºB, who came with a present for me: a roast /roasted chicken! You see, Martha has just opened a chicken rotisserie, so apart from giving me a present, she wanted me to tell her what I thought /zot/ about her cooking.
1ºB joked /joukt/ about trying the chicken, so I informed everybody of something I forgot to tell you all! That on the 22nd of December we have a special community day at our School: World Food Afternoon!! Students and teachers in this School will bring dishes they made, to share! So I invited Martha to join us with her ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS ROAST CHICKEN! And also to bring cards so that people learn about WHERE her rotisserie is!
Martha, your roast chicken is really TASTY. Its taste is different. The taste of spices is mild, lovely! You can also taste the wood, yes! And the chicken is not flooded /fládid/ in grease and water, like when you buy it in mainstream rotisseries. So congratulations!❤
My partner and I agree on this evaluation! But we also have some feedback. The container doesn’t have a map showing WHERE the rotisserie is! Or a phone number or an address! This is terrible because when people like a meal if they can’t see the name of the place, or find contact information, they forget about it. So please, order paper covers with that information, or include a card or something! The other thing is getting your rostisserie on the internet. A lot of people check the internet to find what they need.
We wish you BEST OF LUCK in your new adventure, Martha! May you find lots of adorable lifelong customers! People, organize an action: go to Martha’s rotisserie one day to get chickens for your families!😀❤ It’ll be fun and you’ll support an entrepreneur and a classmate!❤ Well, I’m sure you have already thought about this! KNOWING YOU ALL!❤
Well, I hope you all join us on the 22nd. Librada, in 1ºsemi is going to cook a special (and secret) traditional recipe /ré-si-pi/ of one of the towns in Andalucía: sweet potato pies (“empanadillas” in Spanish, small pies in the shape of a half circle)! Martha will bring one of her chickens! Anyone else?
I don’t know the time. But I suppose it will be between four and eight, at some time! Please, check on the second floor, on the DACE bulletin board, OK?