This recipe is another from the Food & Wine cookbook I received with my subscription. It could not have been easier to make, nor more flavorful. It was a party in my mouth. A fiesta for my tastebuds. A celebration for the tongue. You get the idea.
And it even LOOKS wonderful. I served it with a baked chicken breast (seasoned with some Italian seasoning and garlic, which is pretty standard) and it was a perfectly filling side dish. I highly recommend it to one and all.
Now that I've purchased my wedding shoes (shhhhh, don't tell the F!) I can move on to (literally) bigger (but certainly not better) things:
Rachel Zoe via Saks
Sista makes some SERIOUSLY high heels. Which is important when you are a teacup human, like RZ (and like many of my close friends), or tall-adjacent, like yours truly, but with the inclination to be gigantic (visions of Madame Maxine from Harry Potter come to mind, without the giant genealogy). Anyone with me? No?