Oven Finished Tex-Mex Enchilada Chowder with Wild Arugula
& Earl Grey Tea with Toasted Pistachio Nuts, Cacao Nibs, Vitamin Elderberry Gummy
Fridge & Pantry clean out, on and on. Simple and hearty, one of the major staples as shown.
Popular Mexican seasoning mix, chopped onions, green bell pepper, lime juice, refried beans made from pinto beans and kosher salt, chopped scallions, ground beef seasoned with taco seasoning blend, crushed whole wheat tortilla chips, mashed avocado dices spiced with non fat curd, ground guajillo pepper and ancho pepper, ground cumin and coriander, fresh cilantro chops and mixed shredded cheese.
Wild arugula would be the best condiment rather than the usual arugula. If you have a taste for bitterness, a mixture of two types of arugula could be good though.
The ninth day of my Advent tea calendar. Earl Grey tea, the most iconic repertoire of English afternoon tea selections. This silky bag is just lined with basic yet remarkable grains, it went well with my dessert that reminds me of my major nostalgia. This is one of the most typical ideas that my own parents used to give me for indulgent munchies in the holiday season. Quite simple but very pleasant, considering we still stick to the rule of no food for snack. And, it does work well for me even though snacking is basically not mine. Such a great jam comes out from that, all the time.