Originally Posted by Andy M.
It's these differences that made cooking interesting. I prefer garbanzo beans for hummus...
Well I'm here to tell you that that's just plain wrong! Everyone know that you have to use chick peas, not those silly garbanzo beans
. Besides, garbanzo sounds like a muppet character.
And humus, why would you even eat that? Isn't that some kind of soil used for planting veggie gardens in?
Oh, and by the way, Fajita means belt in Mexican, if the source I read is correct. It originally referred to the beef diaphragm muscle, or skirt steak, and was cut into strips and grilled before placing on flour or corn tortillas along with strips of grilled sweet peppers and cooked onions. Often, the dish included some form of salsa and shredded cheese.
Seeeeeya; Goodweed of the North