The next entry in "Deb Eats Through the Alphabet" are enchiladas. I eat tacos and rice and refried beans and nachos. That pretty much sums up my cooking anything resembling Mexican. I do have Oaxacan Chicken Mole that I've made and "Mexican" hot cocoa is good. I'm given to understand the "Mexican" party of hot cocoa is to put cinnamon in it but I'm sure that's probably an "American-ized" version of liquid chocolate.
Living the High Carbohydrate Way". It's an interesting read and yes, I do read cookbooks. Not only does this one have recipes, it has a discussion on nutrition. Some 20+ years later, the information is quaint and probably not what you'd want to use as a menu for eating, but there are good recipes in the book. The enchilada recipe I used took 45 minutes to prepare.
First, I cooked chicken breasts. That doesn't factor into my total time to prepare the meal. If you did, you need to add another 30-45 minutes to cook the chicken. You could make this with thighs if you prefer dark meat. I froze a cup of the chicken broth made from cooking the chicken. I'll use that for something later.
Shredding the chicken and cheese brought Mija into the kitchen. I gave her a small piece of chicken. She licked it 'dry' but did not eat it. She did, however, eat the small piece of cheese I gave her, but she did not want another piece. Pilchard has no interest in human food. She sniffed the chicken and then left the kitchen.
I bought strawberries on Friday so I sliced one package and sprinkled them with a tablespoon of sugar. This was supper last night.
Beverage: Scottish Blend tea