José: In Bethesda. Oyster mushrooms, in
Are there still mushrooms in the
José: Sometimes they show up. Don’t tell
Do you like living here in Bethesda?
Patricia: It’s been great living here in
Bethesda. It is so easy to access D.C. and
everything that D.C. has to give you, but
at the same time being in a little bit more
Is there anything you don’t like
Patricia: There is something I don’t
like about it, which is we cannot walk
everywhere. We do not have walkways
José: In America, we need to do more to
make sure places are walkable. Where
I grew up, every morning we would go
for bread. Every day that we needed fish,
we would walk to the fish place. I think
So what do you do here in Bethesda
as a family on the weekends?
José: Well, it has changed over the years.
Patricia: When my kids were little, we
used to go all the time to Imagination
José: ;at was huge. I think that was very
important. I think that is one of the best
theaters in the country. It takes a village
to make something like that happen. I
like to go eat crabs at Bethesda Crab
Patricia: But don’t tell anyone.
Where do you shop for food?
José: We like to go to Potomac Village.
Patricia: The two places [Potomac
Grocer and ;e Market at River Falls].
We don’t shop only in one place. We
kind of go to di;erent places.
José: Farmers markets. The one in
How often do you go there?
José: Every Sunday. I buy eggs.