Rosamaria was glad that the lunch rush was over, though it couldn't really be called a lunch rush when you barely have to put any food out. It was probably the shortest lunch rush in the history of shot lunch rushes. And it gave Rosa plenty of time to try out a new recipe. She wanted to put it out as a special, but it needed to be perfected first. She would just have to find someone to test it on when she was finished. The waitstaff, probably.
She pulled out the copy of the recipe, handwritten and taken out of her mother's recipe book. Pambazos. Potatoes and chorizo stuffed guajillo chili sauce soaked tortas, fried until crispy. It wasn't yet on the menu but she'd been dying to try whipping it up.
Carefully, she mixed the powdered chili with water and tomato, starting to make the sauce. She really needed someone to try it once she was done though. That was the most important thing.