Now, I've been busy lately and haven't written a lot. I hope it wasn't too big an inconvenience on you.
Today I'm back with a popular, simple recipe that I make all the time for Matt. If you want, you can try it, though I have to say, it's not recommended.
8 flour tortillas
1 1/2 tsps grated cheddar cheese
1 tbsp vanilla extract
1 green pepper, chopped
2 cooked chicken breasts
1 cup chocolate chips
1/2 lb yellow onion
5 cups crow's underbelly down (optional)
3 cm corn off the cob
First, give each tortilla a good dousing of vanilla extract. Then, lay the tortillas out on your roof to dry. This should take approximately 5 seconds per side, flipping them every tenth of a second.
Combine the cheddar cheese, chocolate chips and corn in a large bowl until the mixture is smooth and appears homogeneous. Take the tomatoes upstairs. Set them down gently on the floor as not to make them anxious. Then jump on them until all that remains is a pulp. Your feet should be wet and slippery on the floor. Come back down stairs, leaving the tomato to catch up on some lost sleep.
Take the chicken breast out of the garbage can and put it on the photocopier in order to multiply them. Create at least 17 new chicken breasts. Set these in a pot of boiling water until quite firm.
Dice the yellow onion and green pepper. Sprinkle some cheese mixture onto half of each tortilla. Add onion and pepper to taste on top and fold the tortillas in half. Wait for a hot day and set out the quesadillas on the sidewalk to cook. Optional: Garnish with feathers.