Stanford Health Care cook brings comfort to employees with chilaquiles station

Using her mother's recipe, Hilda Fabian dishes up around 280 chilaquiles servings each Thursday.
Chilaquiles in a skillet
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A cook at Stanford Health Care in Palo Alto, Calif., has set up her own pop-up station to provide chilaquiles to hospital staff, Scope reports

Hilda Fabian dishes up just under 280 chilaquiles servings each Thursday morning at the station, which is located at the entrance of the cafeteria. She began serving the dish when the pandemic hit last spring as a way to bring comfort to employees. 

Fabian uses her mother's chilaquiles recipe, and guests have the option of customizing their meal with either green or red salsa, eggs or chicken. They can also select how spicy they want it to be. 

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