12 ounces uncooked three-colored macaroni
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 medium white onion
1 red bell pepper
2 stalks green onion
1 teaspoon cumin
1/4 teaspoon tarragon
1/4 teaspoon chili powder
1/4 teaspoon Vegetable MagicTM spice
1/2 teaspoon garlic salt
1/2 teaspoon onion salt
1/2 teaspoon salt
16 ounce ground beef
8 ounces grated Four Mexican Cheeses
3 ounces Cotija cheese
Follow instructions shown on bag to cook multicolored macaroni. (Wouldn’t it be neat if your clothes washer had a setting for boil? Then you could use it to make quite a lot of macaroni.) Look for macaroni with the Mexican colors of: red, white or plain, and green. Drain water when done. Keep macaroni in pot. (Because once it gets out, the macaroni will never return. Wanderlust and all that.)
While macaroni is cooking, dice white onion, bell pepper, and green onion. Crumble Cotija cheese. Add olive oil, white onion, green onion, bell pepper, cumin, tarragon, chili powder, vegetable spice, garlic salt, onion salt, and salt to pan. Sauté for about 5 minutes, stirring constantly.
Mix in ground beef. Cook on medium heat until meat changes color. Stir occasionally.
Blend beef mixture in pot with macaroni. Crumble Cotija cheese. Sprinkle with Cotija cheese and Four Mexican Cheeses.
1) Beef is a major ingredient of this dish. Beef comes from cattle. There is no singular form for cattle.
2) Pig is the singular form of pigs.
3) American foreign policy suffered a reverse at the Bay of Pigs in Cuba.
4) Cubans like pork. Why didn’t we send them pork instead?
5) But beef was preferred in the Old West.
6) That is why they had cattle drives back then.
7) As depicted in the television show Rawhide.
8) In Rawhide, Clint Eastwood referred to their cattle as beeves.
9) The singular form of beeves is beef.
10) Apparently, the English language was much stronger back then.
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