Teri Coppedge teaches Spanish using TPRS methodology (TPRS = Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling) in Ashland, Oregon. Posts from her current and previous classes appear here, as well as information on how to take lively Spanish lessons in Ashland, Oregon, as part of OLLI at Southern Oregon University.
Here in the U.S. we usually think of tortillas as a flat bread-like disk made of cornmeal or flour that is used for tacos, enchiladas and other Mexican food. But if you ask for a tortilla in Spain, you will get something completely different. No corn, no flour, no hot sauce. Instead you will eat eggs (huevos), onion (cebolla), and potatoes (patatas, en España, o papas, en México). Incidentally, it's a great vegetarian dish suitable for nearly any meal -- but never for breakfast in Spain!
Directions and tips in English for tortilla