You may have noticed—or you may not have noticed—that Cheap Bastid hasn’t been doing much cooking or recipe posting lately. That’s not a rumor. It’s a fact.
I don’t really know how these big muckety-muck foodie-bloggers manage to post every day with hundreds and hundreds of recipes. My problem is two-fold. I have to work to afford to eat and selling cars for a living not only takes a lot of time but it also seems to kill every creative brain-cell. The second thing is that I’ve got a lot of recipes that I’ve written about and sometimes I like to cook and eat a dish again—rather than making it once, writing about it and then not cooking it again.
I’m just saying.
So, onto the topic of the day—Spicy Mexican Carrots. One thing we like about getting Mexican food is the side of hot carrots that usually comes in a plastic bag with our carry-out carne asada burrito. This is something you’re not going to get at Taco Bell or other franchise eateries. We love ‘em—and in true Cheap Bastid fashion I thought to myself—“Self, you can make these. It can’t be too hard and it’s got to be cheap.” Continue reading