THE BLUE MEXICAN TACO
Waking up from a warm dog-snuggling hammock to 12F weather and new snow, I was started dreaming of somewhere sunny and warm. So I turned on my Coleman stove and started making tortillas to warm the vehicle.
Made by efficient GSI Outdoors cookware. #GSICooking
– Makes at least 1 dozen tacos.
– Leftover agave, mango, tomato, arugula and lemon makes a reasonable salsa. (Ho! Something for the vegan!)
THE BLUE MEXICAN TORTILLA (Good on its own.)
Herb Du Provence
Hand-Made Artisan Tortillas (always the best)
Toss oil, cheeses, herbs, and lemon in a container.
Spoon a glob onto the saucepan and spread while it melts for a second.
Toss the tortilla on top. Apply to the other side as well.
THE VERBOTEN CONTENTS
10oz Blueberry Chevre
Bottle of White Zinfandel
1 Sliced Mango
1 Diced Tomato
Toss the chicken into the saucepan with a ton of garlic, white zinfandel, and bit of agave.
Cover most of the way. On a cool note, the GSI Saucepan top has holes for some steam to escape, and the chicken stays super soft.
Shred said chicken on cutting board and put back in pan.
Dice tomato, put in tupperware.
Slice mango in long chunks, put in tupperware.
Put it together on the tortilla, and eat in a hammock while snuggled up with a dog, dreaming moodily of Mexico while it blizzards outside.
Put the rest in aluminum singles, and bring this to a friend’s house, complimented with wine and dog therapy.