First, the payoff. Then I'll get around to the setup.
(I can't help it. I like to run the photos on top.)
So: The payoff is this gorgeous soft taco, made with fresh market vegetables.
The setup: I was reading a review of a Seattle restaurant yesterday on The Ethicurean, about some killer tacos stuffed with mashed potatoes. I thought how much I've been enjoying my own non-meat tacos, filled with only the purest, most local, entirely logical but not greasy-spoon-traditional, vegetables. Potatoes in tacos? Awesome.
It inspired me to make these for lunch today: poofy corn tortillas smeared with smooshed cooked peas mixed with feta and yogurt, topped with sauteed squash and onions.
I took a picture of my creation, only to gasp: "It looks like guacamole!"
Which reminded me that I had read, just two or three days ago, a food blog post about guacamole somewhere... and it had elicited a comment from a reader about fake guacamole made from peas. And I left a comment to that commenter. And now I can't remember what blog I was reading.
Which is all by way of announcing my conundrum: How do you keep track of comments you've left on other blogs?