step 1: get a blender, some bananas (fresh), some orange juice (not from concentrate recommended), some frozen raspberries, and some frozen blueberries. optionally some frozen strawberries. also optionally you can add sugar. try making it with no sugar but then putting some in a small cup and mixing in sugar to see the difference.
step 2: put everything that isn't the blender inside the blender. turn blender on. (about 1.25 cups OJ, 4 medium sizeds bananas, 1/2 bag raspberies, 1/4 bag blueberries (the blueberry bags seem to be much more stuffed. but also u want less blueberry than raspberry) seems to work for me. if u have stawberries u can use less raspberries)
step 3: find cups and serve (if u do it right you'll need at least 2 big cups to fit all of it)
PS some ppl add yogurt but they're weird. don't mess your smoothie up.
put some refried beans in a small bowl and microwave. then add a bunch of hot sauce and stir. (extra hot recommended so u don't use a whole bottle in 3 gos)
get some tortillas and put some cheese on them. i prefer white cheese for this.
cook it. if u use a microwave, then small tortillas are recommended cause the center will heat unevenly. put the thinner pieces of cheese there. cooking on the stove is harder but u might like it better.
fold tortilla in half and squish cheese from middle outward so it's more even. tear tortilla into pieces. dip in the beans.
optionally, put chicken or steak on the tortilla with the cheese. yum
note: make sure to heat beans first then quesadilla. they stay hot a lot longer.
dammit, Elliot, where am I supposed to get frozen strawberries from in MARCH???
*wanders off to make a sub-standard smoothie*
the grocery store. frozen food section. if you're having bad luck go to a bigger store. they sell 'em here all year round.