Sunday, April 1, 2007

Mexiterranean Cup O' Rider Goulash



In a red plastic Solo brand cup, mix the following:

3 tbsp hummus
3 tbsp tabouli
1/2 handful crushed corn chips
2 tbsp salsa (careful not to overpower!)

Serve immediately.





22 comments:

daylen said...

nice one! I need to send you my video of this. Goulash never sounded so enticing! In fact I wish there was somewhere i could upload ALL of the videos for you guys. The one from Raleigh when Colin brought everyone up onstage is INSANE.

Chris said...

crushed corn chips are one of the best additions to any meal... one of my recent incorporations of the ingredient was into microwavable french onion soup... superb indeed.

McKayle said...

Um, new favorite blog. I'd wager that cooking in a tour bus and cooking in a basement studio apartment are probably pretty similar. You probably have fewer roaches, though.

Marie LeC said...

This is why we love you John Moen

Sarah said...

I have the culinary skills of a mole, so this is doable and delicious.

I love you, John.

Elizabeth said...

This is the ideal end-of-semester-half-empty-fridge-too-many-essays-to-write-procrastination-will-be-the-death-of-my-academic-career treat. Brilliant.

Juliet said...

Looks delicious...think I'll try it tonight before I go to work!

SimiaArtifex said...

i have always enjoyed the raw power of hummus + tortilla chips. you may well have refined it. must try!

R.J. Salicco said...

I think the plastic cup also adds flavor while contributing to the dish's presentation.

Angel said...

Hmmm. I think I might try that.

Daniel said...

i'll offer you a fine wuerstchen & kraut next time you're in cologne, john...

Erin said...

you are so cute mr. moen.

travis said...

for a very tasty (and slightly more complicated) 'at-home' version, also add garbanzo beans and/or black beans, diced tomatoes, feta cheese, and red wine vinegar. yummmm!

Erielle said...

i can't make this.
i only have blue plastic solo brand cups.

Shay said...

OK. So I have everything I need right here in front of me...but I feel so empty, as if I'm missing something. Does one need to hang a Sharpie on their glasses? I mean, I've got the glasses, but not the Sharpie. I KNOW everyone knows that Sharpies on your glasses balance your culinary skillz, but it's not always mandatory, as I'm sure you are aware. Forgive me O Wise One, I am a noob.

JustADude. said...

Sounds tasty...I saw you for the first time in Denver- you were pretty good!

I had a really good time. Thanks. Oh, and tell the others for me that is was a really fun show.

tentigo said...

Don't forget that you can add avocado and wrap it up in a tortilla with extra cheeeeeze!!!!!

Emily said...

You're mixing the all time most addicting foods that I consume on a regular basis. I think my tongue just might implode. Someone call Dr. House plz

sadbaby said...

Have you not cooked anything since April? Jeezo you all must be starving.

Maybe I'll bring you a packed lunch to the Glasgow show in a couple of weeks

ho ho!

sadbaby said...

my pic of you onstage in koeln

Lady Lazarus said...

Wow...
Next time I am attempting to dine on a Galley, I will use your surprisingly useful advice.

Love,
Vida

Hunter Family said...

Hey John!
Look at you now. I remember in grade school we would listed to Steve Miller Band & Pablo Cruise records during lunch. Remember that?
It paid off, look at you now! LOL.

I enjoy cooking as well. Do lots of grilling and cooking Mexican & Italian food.

Glad to hear you are still a Trail Blazer fan.

Take care.

Brent