Served warm from the oven alongside black bean salsa, these easy-to-make chips are perfect impromptu party fare. Be sure to use fresh chili powder and cayenne pepper to give the chips a hot, spicy kick.
Sara Foster, owner of Foster's Market in Durham, North Carolina, puts a new twist on the traditional Mexican burrito. For a no-fuss brunch, Sara recommends preparing as many of the elements as you can in advance.
If you've got a long day ahead of you, this substantial but easy-to-prepare meal is just the ticket to make sure you eat well. And if you know things will be busy, these breakfast burritos can be set up the night before and made in 10 minutes or less the next morning.
From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).
Butternut is a particularly versatile squash, adapting itself to other ingredients without ever losing its identity. In fact, it's almost as adaptable as chicken, so it makes sense that the two should work so well together.