We read a great article in the New York Times yesterday about dishes that utilize ingredients about to go bad, like chilaquiles made with stale tortillas (http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/02/magazine/in-cooking-good-ingredients-gone-bad-can-still-be-delicious.html). It reminded us of this dish, which, admittedly, did not involve using left over tortillas as the article mentions, but was still delicious!
Saturday night, Tony made Green Chilaquiles with Chicken and Squash, one of the first fishers he ever made for Kim. Here he describes what was involved:
Before I start, I have to apologize to Kim. When I posted last week’s menu, I hinted that because of internet problems when Kim placed our Fresh Direct order, I might have to make a grocery store run to get some missing ingredients. Nothing could have been further from the truth. Working from an iPhone and alternating between recipes and the Fresh Direct Website, Kim was able to order everything I needed for this dish, right down to the radishes we used for a garnish. I will never doubt her grocery ordering abilities again : )
The thing to keep in mind with this recipe is that while each step is pretty easy, each step also takes a while to complete, so it is absolutely a…
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