If asked to whip up something in the kitchen, what would you make? My husband would toss some Asian greens, sauces, carrots, onions, garlic, chicken and noodles into a wok — that is his specialty. Me, I adore the taste of Mexican cuisine — simple — for the base I brown onion, garlic, swiss chard leafy greens and chopped stalks. Add the black beans and cook on low; simmering, blending flavors. In the last minute, stir in chopped cilantro and diced juicy tomato. Have a wheat tortilla or two warming on a pizza stone in the oven. Assemble with a dash of grated, seriously-sharp cheddar. Serve with ice-cold, organic blueberry juice — the tangy flavor is such a nice compliment to the food. Simply delicious. Healthy. A hot lunch dream. Truly.
Some happy music to go along with your dish — I am such a fan of fusion when it works like this! Did I catch you smiling ear to ear?