Quesidillas are the perfect mid-week “kitchen sink” dinner. They can quickly be prepared, use up odds and ends headed for the compost heap, and they are nutritious-especially when using whole grain or sprouted wheat tortillas and baking instead of frying them.
If I had poblanos or ancho peppers, I’d put them in. But I don’t. If I had a red onion, I’d love to use that in the salsa. Nada. But I do have enough odds and ends to make a perfectly respectable quesidilla that I know my family will love. Check out your fridge and pantry-you may have everything you need without a trip to the store! They are incredible fried in canola oil but tonight I’ll save the calories.
This morning we woke up to the first real snow of the year––good thing I’d purchased a chicken. The following is a recipe I’ve been tweaking each winter when the snow flies; this year I added a cup of dry lentils to the rice. Below, you’ll find a slide show I made several years ago after … Full recipe post »
Once again, I’m late to the party, waving my freak flag. My favorite food and writing bloggers pump out relevant blogs several times a week–how do they do it? These days between exhausting road trips taking care of family matters (er, drama), insuring my third and final edit was returned squeaky clean (wine, please), and squeezing in basal cell skin cancer … Full recipe post »
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