Need cooling when I make food

When I am on a vacation, my favorite thing to do is go out to eat fresh seafood. Quite honestly, there’s nothing like feasting on fresh seafood, especially if you are up to trying things like the Catch of the Day! My acquaintance Mel and I went to supper at a quaint little seafood eating establishment right next to the pier at the beach last weekend when I was going to see her beach house on the southern coast. Of course, I ordered the special that day, which turned out to be fried flounder and shrimp. Served with a side of southern coleslaw as well as some hushpuppies, it was quite delicious! As a matter of fact, the only complication we ran into with the little eating establishment was the temperature of the family room. The way they had the locale set up was interesting, you see; they had all the tables under a covered porch with only screens as the walls. I know under normal circumstances, the sea breeze would have offered plenty of ventilation to the restaurants, but last weekend was unseasonably warm. There was no breeze at all. The only air ventilation we gained was from some pitifully limp ceiling fans turning slowly on the porch. I wondered why the manager had not turned on the a/c. I mean, I even glanced around to see if I could find the control device to see what the interior temperature was. Needless to say, by the time my fried flounder came out, I felt sort of like a fried flounder personally. It grew so warm in the dining area that I started to wonder if the management had accidentally turned the furnace on, even though it was 77 degrees outside! So, even though my Catch of the Day tasted great, I couldn’t wait to get out of there and flee into the nice cool a/c in my car!  

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