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Thanksgiving Leftovers: Roast Turkey and Black Bean Quesadillas

There are a few tricks when it comes to making great quesadillas. Stuffing plays no small part in it. The day after Thanksgiving, that means turkey, along with shredded cheese (a good melting one like Jack or mozzarella-like Oaxacan string cheese), a secondary ingredient (you can go with leftover sweet potatoes or brussels sprouts or, as in this case, canned beans), and—and this is of vital importance—something pickled. Here's how it's done. More

Bar Bites: Crispy Pepper Jack Quesadillas

Gooey, spicy quesadillas are an inexpensive, hangover-abating and crowd-pleasing snack. But crispy ones, like the kind you find in bars? They're hard to come by at home. The key to making them pub-worthy is having an appropriate cheese-to-tortilla ratio, a bit of oil, and high heat. More

Mexico City: Shopping at the Coyoacán Market for Salsa and Huitlacoche Quesadillas

Coyoacán is a quaint, peaceful neighborhood in the south of the city. Often billed as a sort of Mexican Greenwich Village, it has the feel of a small, vibrant town— probably because for most of its history, it was. Our main order of business was visiting the market. On our shopping list: masa quebrada (masa that's been stone ground by hand), salsa prepared in molcajete (a Mexican mortar and pestle made of volcanic rock), and quesadilla filled with huitlacoche (corn smut). More

What Happens When You Try to Make Kimchi Quesadillas in Korea

"We kind of had the opposite problem that anyone stateside has... Kimchi is not exactly hard to come by here, and when you live in a neighborhood adjacent to a military base that houses several thousand U.S. military personnel, cheese and tortillas aren't either; it's just that they're severely overpriced. I had to spend about $12 for like half a pound total of cheddar and monterey jack." —tumblandrew.tumblr.com (in response to yesterday's Dinner Tonight recipe)... More

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