This week we talked about the Mission District and how its population has changed over the past 250 years and continues to change today. We made a Mexican breakfast called huevos divorciados (“divorced eggs”), which features two fried eggs on two tortillas separated by two different salsas. Our salsa roja featured end-of-season tomatoes; our salsa verde featured tomatillos, some of which were more purple than green!
We’ve really been enjoying how relaxed and confident all of the students are in the kitchen these days. They can crack, season, and flip eggs like pros, and have been enjoying the fruits of their labor with gusto when we all sit down together to eat.