He removed his t-shirt, stained with chile Las Palmas and cheese, wisely saying nothing to his angry young wife.
Across town, his mama' smiled in smug victory, blessing her daughter-in-law's inability to cook Mexican food.
Burritos de chili colorado, con frijoles y arroz rojo (this is what we had for dinner tonight, but this picture is courtesy of google images....)
Viva chile Las Palmas!
I LOVE ANY brand of Mexican beer, with lots of salt and lime, and occasionally a shot of Cuervo Gold.
Today's 55 is inspired by my son Steven and his girlfriend of five years, Kelsey. I made a comment to him once before he started dating her that he would "probably marry a white girl and piss her off frequently by coming home to eat my cooking, so get in this kitchen and learn how to cook Mexican food". I must be part gypsy fortune-teller, because sure enough, Kelsey can barely boil water, much less make something like carnitas, tamales, chilaquiles, etc... And this makes me... ECSTATIC! This means he WILL come home often after they are married, if only for my cooking (he only knows a few basic recipes)! As a Hispanic female, I dread my boys leaving me and going off into the world, eating some OTHER WOMAN'S COOKING...!!!!
Here is a great recipe for Burritos de Chile Colorado. I think she is a gringo, but that is OK. I am not a racist!! I just want my baby boys to love me more than their wives. Or at least my cooking more, anyway!!!
Muchos Gracias, mi hombre' de 55, G-Man! XOXOXOXOXOXO!!!!!