Today was a busy day. Drove a lot, worked a lot, drove some more. Got the oil changed in the buggy, probably because I drove so much. Now here it is, 13 hours later and the personal chef has yet to arrive. What to do, what to do?
Well, it’s starting to get cooler outside. Swine flu is running amok across the land. There is only one solution:
Amy’s Black Bean Soup “Plus.”
If you go to your local grocer, you will hopefully find Amy’s brand vegetarian foods. Tasty, a little heat in some of them, and probably good for you; I have yet to find one I didn’t enjoy eating. And this coming from a meat and potato guy.
When you find the black bean soup, you “could” just heat and eat. Or…you could make it “Plus.” This is where I start having fun.
Try this…it’ll warm your insides.
1 can Amy’s black bean soup
1 tsp minced garlic (can this EVER be bad?)
Tostitos restaurant style chips
1/2 cup of shredded Colby Jack cheese
Salsa to taste (you can pick your own brand, but I have my opinions…)
Heat the soup in a sauce pan. Add the garlic.
Fill a big soup bowl with chips. Cover with shredded cheese.
Pour the soup on top of the chips. Top with more cheese if you want.
A good spoonful or two of salsa on top and you got yourself some tasty vittles.
Don’t wait, start chowing down before the chips get too soggy. Once that happens, keep eating anyway!
Better than chicken soup, I tell you =8>)=