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No, it's not really this impressive, but what's one more lie when you're living in Trumpistan?
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Black Bean Collard-People Tacos
Donald loves collard people—and they love him. Just ask Ben Carson. Or better yet, ask these tacos! They’ll tell you that sautéed garlicky collard greens, earthy black beans, sweet butternut squash and vibrant guacamole inside a raw collard leaf makes one towering taco! Like Trump, it’s totally unpredictable and rich. You won’t even miss the tortilla. After all, when Donald builds his wall, who’s going to make them? But you won’t need illegal masa-making Mexicans to build this taco when you’ve got hard-working collards. Don’t believe Donald when he says “laziness is a trait in blacks.” Orange-complected squash and green guaca-money all nestled in tight with the blacks proves Donald is a man of the collard people.
1 butternut or acorn squash
6 organic collard leaves
1 clove garlic, minced
1 BPA-free can of black beans (or 2 cups fresh), drained
1 large avocado
1 tablespoon onion, chopped
Handful of cilantro, chopped
Cumin to taste
Salt to taste
Cut squash in half, remove seeds, rub with olive oil and roast face down on baking sheet in 400º oven. When cooked and cooled, scoop out the flesh.
Cut two collard leaves in thin strips and sauté them in a little olive oil with minced garlic. Reserve the other 4 leaves for the “tortillas.”
Heat the black beans.
Whip up some beautiful guacamole with the avocado, onion, cilantro, cumin and salt. Make sure it’s tremendous.
Take each raw leaf and fill with sautéed collards, beans, squash and guacamole.