RE: Calabacitas Burritos
This morning we went to the Santa Fe Farmer's Market, which is quite the place" for fresh foods. Many of the farmers are old Hispanic families who have lived in the area for like 400 years. They had a special kind of squash on sale that was green (different shades) and round, sort of like a small melon. The sign said "French Squash". They usually use this for calabacitas, but of course you can use any knid of summer squashm green yellow, zucchini, etc. I'm nt sure the kind of cheese, it was a yellowy-orange color.
If anyone gets to Santa Fe in the summer, go to the Farmer's Market: great stuff, chiles, cider from Spanish families, chile goat cheese, goat's milk chocolate fudge garlic oil, lavender herbs, raspberry-red chile-ginger jam, homemode honey soaps and lotions, by "Anglos" Indian pies (apricot, apple), cookies and horno bread brough by Navajos, also lamb, baked items, fresh coffee....mmmmmm