I love this new dish from The Cheat. It really is a revelation. It’s the first time I’ve had it, and I think it’s the best thing ever. It’s easy to make and the flavor is addictive. I’m excited to try it again, and I’ve already started to make the Chipotle Dip.
Its easy, I promise. All you need is cheese, cilantro, and a chipotle pepper. If you don’t know what a chipotle pepper is, that’s okay. Just put a few on your salad and see what happens.
And I cant wait to eat it.
I love the “chipotle” flavor, it’s so intense and spicy. It is a strange flavor to be sure, but it works great with the flavor of the cheese. That’s not a bad thing, it’s good to use something you don’t normally think of on a salad, but here it’s a complete novelty.
I have to admit that I’m a bit concerned about this. When I first saw the video I thought it was a joke, but now I get why. Thats basically a chipotle pepper wrapped in cilantro and cheese. Thats basically a chipotle pepper wrapped in cilantro and cheese. No joke.It looks to me like a Chipotle DIP, and the cheese is made of an off-the-shelf blend of cheddar and parmesan.
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I am going to go out on a limb and say that, while the above-referenced pollo en chipotle trailer has no doubt made me hungry for chips, I will not be eating them. I’ll just be eating cheese and cilantro.
I didn’t think you could top that one, but hey, I’m not the only one who’s been doing that. For the second time in the last week I’m eating some sort of meat that is not chicken, pork, beef, or veal.
Although we are not really into meat, because we tend to favor dairy products over everything else, we do like the idea of eating some sort of meat. But for whatever reason, we have yet to come across a vegan/vegetarian recipe that would be good enough to even tempt us.
If we were to tell you that in the span of the last three weeks we have eaten some sort of meat that is not chicken, pork, beef, or veal, you would probably think we were nuts. But our brains have yet to tell our stomachs that. Because, as my father used to say, “We’re not exactly brainy.