OKAY, that's close enough! now then, tell me. what did miggs say to you?
no-no, not about your hygiene practices. he clearly stated he loved this burrito.
hannibal lecter probably wouldn't like this dish because there isn't any human flesh in it. i mean, i could be wrong because his character was an insanely brilliant man and had a always had a hankering for fine cuisine--so who knows maybe he would like this. (((taking bite)))) yeah, he would.
this is the melting pot burrito i made last night. inside is a medley of spinach, corn, black beans, rice, rotell tomatoes with lime, and some great northern beans. it's all been wrapped up in a rice flour burrito shell and topped with tofutti sour cream, salsa verde, salsa, guac, and some of that lovey-dovey cheez sauce from p. 68 in the ultimate uncheez cookbook. to my knowledge, this dish is accidentally gluten free. when i make something a la melting pot, that just means i've purged the pantry and freezer. on a deeper level, when i look at this gem and meditate upon all the colors and textures involved, i think of our awesome country. awesome in an awesome way, of course. not in that blind ultra nationalist way. i guess if i were that type of person i wouldn't necessarily keep a vegan blog, would i? wait, was that a tacky sentiment? oh well, i'm far from perfect.
but that baby sure was tasty. i piled a little too much on top, so some of the flavors of the burrito were masked by the toppings. it took me going vegan to notice my habit of drowning my food in toppings. every now and then that's fine, but i realize i really miss out on a good culinary experience by not tasting the main ingredients.