Cooking For Leslie

Welcome. My name is Stu and this is my blog. This blog is my attempt to document my foray into semi-serious cooking, which I dedicate to my lovely wife Leslie (who is a spicy dish all on her own). My hope is that readers who are novices in the kitchen will be encouraged to take risks and to feel braver in their cooking. If you'd like to email me privately (instead of posting to the comments section) my address is

Location: Redondo Beach, California, United States

“Every man's memory is his private literature.” -- Aldous Huxley

Thursday, June 07, 2007

Quesadilla Recipe

My son taught me an easy way to make quesadillas, which is pretty cool on it's own. Anyway, the recipe is as follows:

  1. Take a big fry pan, heat it at about medium or so.

  2. When the pan's hot, add about a tablespoon of oil.

  3. Drop in a tortilla (we use wheat, but whatever).

  4. Immediately drop some shredded or crushed up cheese on half the tortilla.

  5. Immediately add spices (my son likes finely shredded beef jerky)

  6. When the cheese starts to melt, fold the empty half over on top of the cheesy half.

  7. Press the edges down.

  8. Flip, check for browning. When it looks good to you, munch away.

Hope you dig the recipe. And when you get bored, stop by GNMParents and see what is keeping me away from my blogs. Dig.


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