I first learned about San Pasqual, patron saint of cooks and shepherds, from my friends Gil and Lucy in Puerto Vallarta where I purchased the wood carving at the top of this post. I will be writing a piece on Gil and Lucy soon. There are many sources online that discuss San Pasqual. You can read one of them HERE. It is said that a chef’s kitchen can never contain too many images of San Pasqual. I am at this very moment preparing Thanksgiving Dinner for family and friends and it is cheering and consoling to have his little wooden statue staring down on me. I am convinced that the food I prepare benefits from his supervision.
The Sea Gull Cellar Bar was famous for the napkin art created by local artists, customers, and employees. I have selected a few napkins that I think are appropriate for Thanksgiving. Enjoy.
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