Today we have the Tequila Matador, a mix of tequila, pineapple juice, and lime juice. We used our trusty Tres Generaciones Plata tequila which almost always leads to a good drink, and this was no exception. Lime and tequila is always a great combination and adding in some pineapple juice was a nice touch adding enough (but not too much) sweetness. This drink was delicious and it was an easy decision to give it a five even in light of our recent hard line approach to high grades.
The drink was good enough that I could have it frequently, but I probably wouldn’t drink it every day. That’s because I like some variety in my diet. Not everyone feels the same. We saw a show on TLC last night called Freaky Eaters where they highlight people with strange eating habits. The episode we watched featured a guy who only eats French fries. Side note: He blogs about his French fries. Who wants to read a blog about what some dude is eating? So narcissistic.
Anyway, it turns out that he doesn’t eat only French fries, he has them once or twice a day. What’s so freaky about that? I’m pretty sure that in the summer of 1990 I ate a Quarter Pounder with cheese meal every day for three months and no one did a TV show about me. I guess no one would want to watch someone eat McDonald’s every day. Plus in 1990, TLC hadn’t yet figured out that airing shows about cakes and weirdoes was the key to high ratings. At that point, their highest rated show was about boat safety. Riveting!
|As far as I know, did not|
base Super Size Me on my
summer of 1990
img: David Shankbone
Don’t worry about the French fry guy, though, as the show reached a happy conclusion. The two doctors held a pizza party at a skate park for the French fry guy. Now seems like a good time to mention he is 29, married, and has three kids. At the party he ate some pizza, which he normally finds disgusting. When he tried the pizza his mother said it was the happiest day of her life. She better check with this guy’s mom before she gets too excited.
Overall Rating for the Tequila Matador
Presentation: 4 – Hard to argue with a champagne flute
Ease of Preparation: 4
Drinks Until Blackout: 9 – 12% Alcohol
1 oz Tequila
3 oz Pineapple Juice
0.5 oz Lime Juice