In yesterday's cooking frenzy (bread, chocolate tofu pie, chicken broth, black beans, rice, etc.), R. requested pinto gallo. So we made some. We had the black beans. We have a rice cooker. There were bell peppers and onions in the fridge, and New Mexico Red and Cumin on the spice racks. Even cilantro! Also eggs, altho I had one and R. did not. Turned out tasty. Tasty enough to make a second time today. I asked R. if he wanted any and he said he was about to ask for some.
Dead easy meal, which is probably why it's the traditional breakfast in a bunch of places south of us.
Here's Alton Brown's version of a classic:
Honestly, tho, a package of chocolate chips, a package of silken tofu, a little vanilla for flavor and a blender and you're in business. You don't even need a crust; you can serve it in custard cups as a heavy mousse or a light custard. That coffee liqueur business is a little silly, imo, and the honey is strictly unnecessary and turns a naturally vegan dessert (assuming reasonable chocolate chips) into something that is, at best, vegetarian.