Today’s Recipe and Location: Butternut Squash and Kale Quesadillas
Found in: The Pioneer Woman blog
Well, this one should be no surprise to anyone that I have to pass on it. I love pumpkin, but am not a fan of any type of squash. The other issue is kale (too green for me).
Did you know that the original quesadillas were made with corn tortillas and not wheat? In America, we adapted this old world Mexican food to fit our tastes here in the states. We added a lot of cheeses and meats to satisfy our likes and dislikes.
Every site I visited said they didn’t know who invented this wonderful food. In my mind, I want to believe it was a Mexican woman slaving over an outside fireplace to create dinner for her family. This would have been before the invention of electricity and ovens.
I just know that I love quesadillas. They are wonderful hors de oeuvres as well as a great dinner dish. I don’t have anyone to thank, but I will continue to see that hard-working woman, who worked her hands raw making those tortilla shells. Thanks for everything senorita.
Fabulous “Family and Friends” Food
Hot Cocoa Mix
**A school recipe from the Malone,
Coffland, Chesney, and Hankes families
1 (8 quart) powdered milk
1 pound Nestle Quick
16 oz. Coffeemate
1 cup powdered sugar
Mix all ingredients together and store in airtight container.
To Use: Add ½ cup mix to 1 cup of boiling water in large mug. Add marshmallows and enjoy!