While the food certainly caters to suburban American tastes, Spinner, a Garces alum, creates dishes that are rooted in classic, no-shortcut preparations updated with polished style and great ingredients, from excellent ceviches to the tender steak grilled al carbon with fresh tortillas, awesome fish tacos, and delicate black bass over creamy poblano rice with crab.
And yes, Cantina also makes my favorite nachos, an imposing but irresistible tortilla montaña that’s intricately built, where every chip has a tasty salsa, pickled chile, soft frijole, trickling river of molten cheese or tender morsel of smoky brisket that seems to be calling my name.
This title is from the first lines of a poem/prayer I first heard from my Mom as a little boy.
This is more an invitation than an article for readers.
Nowhere else in Holy Scripture does Mary speak at such length.
We do not know, e.g., what she said, or prayed, or cried out at the foot of the Cross.
We are, however, blest with what is in Holy Scripture about Mary, her very own prayer, Church tradition about Mary, and many writings of the Church Fathers.
Their responses were all strikingly similar in that they said that first she would not tell us anything (in my mind much as she may have responded when the Magi arrived at the stable in Bethlehem) – she would simply either point to her Son, or hand Him to us to hold; and, perhaps, say “Do what He tells you.” What we would think and what we would say to the Christ Child would be how Mary would have us pray.
Myself, I know I would begin speechless, and then, in sorrow, I would think how could I ever hurt this Child.
There are suddenly two Spanish restaurants on Ambler’s main street, and while Vida & Comida has a crisper modern style, the rustic little BYOB called 555 Lagiola was decisively superior in back-to-back meals.
Italian chef-owner Antonio Rondinelli, who learned his craft well while working in San Sebastián, serves-up a traditional array of tapas, from platters of rich jamon Ibérico sliced to order off the bone, to imported Spanish cheeses, stellar octopus, tender garlicky shrimp, and one of the best paellas I’ve eaten in the region, rich with the flavors of house-made chorizo, delicately cooked seafood and tender of chicken on the bone. Since coming to America from Vietnam in 1982, he has worked almost exclusively in Italian kitchens, from Il Gallo Nero to La Veranda and then San Marco, where over 14 years he worked his way up to executive chef.
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