Asimov on Eternity by Annabelle QV

"The soft bonds of love are indifferent to life and death. They hold through time so that yesterday’s love is part of today’s and the confidence in tomorrow’s love is also part of today’s. And when one dies, the memory lives in the other, and is warm and breathing. And when both die — I almost believe, rationalist though I am — that somewhere it remains, indestructible and eternal, enriching all of the universe by the mere fact that once it existed."  

- Isaac Asimov, It's Been A Good Life

When the Middle East Meets Mexico by Annabelle QV

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How did I only now discover the joy of a shakshouka and chilaquiles hybrid?  To partake in this double delight yourself, just make shakshouka as you would normally (here I did not have tomato paste, so I just stuck to tomatoes, red pepper, onion, garlic, cayenne, cumin); stir in some lightly fried corn tortilla right before you drop the egg so they don't get overly soggy.  Bake the eggs, and then add more tortilla on top for bonus crispy time.  I added parsley and avocado as well.