I understand 'quedar' can mean many things. I am struggling with the following sentence constructions:
Pablo: ¿Cómo me quedó la comida?
Beatriz: Te quedó muy rica.
Pablo is asking how the food was, and Beatriz says the food was delicious.
In Pablo's question, I suppose the food is the subject which is why quedar is conjugated for the 3rd person singular? But why is Pablo the indirect object, 'me'? My instinct is to think Beatriz should be the indirect object, 'te' since Pablo wants to know how the food was to her, in here opinion. In other words why isn't Pablo asking '¿Cómo te quedó la comida?'
Similarly, when Beatriz responds, I suppose the subject is still the food? But why is Pablo the indirect object, 'te'? Isn't Beatriz saying to her the food was delicious?