If you’re not aware, a wet burrito is just a normal burrito bathed in enchilada sauce and topped with cheese. You must eat it with a knife and fork. Normally, I’m against using utensils to eat foods that should be eaten with your hands (burritos, pizza, brownies, hot dogs). But, in this case I am all about a big, messy, wet burrito that requires utensils.
Layer up the burrito: beans, spinach, meatless crumbles, onions, salsa. Then, wrap as tight as you can and top with enchilada sauce and cheese (I am out of queso). You can either broil it to heat and melt the cheese or nuke it. Served with a pile of Guacamole!
Before my wet burrito extravaganza I had a full day of work and then school and then picking up Ben from work. Exciting huh. I know.
I packed a big veggie burger salad for lunch, cantaloupe and yogurt. This was the fig flavor from Voskos and it turns out I’m not the biggest fan of figs. Which is surprising since I adore Fig Newtons, but I digress.
Snackage: trail mix, apple and carrots. I didn’t think I was that hungry in between class and lab when I have 10 minutes to eat so I skipped the trail mix. Big mistake. An hour into lab (where you cannot eat) I was starving and tore out of class like a hungry beast.
And what is required after a l-o-n-g Monday? Margaritas? Not today.
Question of the day: How hard was it for Monica not to make a very dirty reference about “wet burritos” in this post?
Answer: Very, very hard. (TWSS)
Ben’s Joke of the Day:
Q: How many Mexicans does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Just Juan