The stunning accompanying video featured a slideshow of photos of Rivera growing up, hanging out with her family members, and even with her Glee costars. Riley’s beautiful vocals alongside the black-and-white photos truly made for a touching tribute.
Amber Riley is remembering her Glee costar Naya Rivera after her tragic death. During an Aug. 27 appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the actress, singer, and activist honored Rivera with a heartfelt performance of “A Moment” under her artist name “Riley.”
Rivera was found dead on July 13, five days after she went missing while boating with her 4-year-old son, Josey Dorsey. Riley and Rivera starred in the Fox series for six seasons together and their bond was strong. Following her death, Riley and other costars honored the actress and her legacy with emotional messages. Riley posted a video of Rivera and her son singing together. “My favorite duet partner. I love you. I miss you. I don’t have words right now, just lots of feelings. Rest In Peace Angel, and know that your family will never have to worry about anything.”
Ahead of the performance, their fellow Glee costar Kevin McHale shared his excitement on Twitter. “Our queen is singing for our other queen. Thankful for @MsAmberPRiley always. She’s the strongest,” he wrote. Watch the powerful performance above.
OMG, David! This Cheesy-Enchilada Video Finally Explains What “Fold in the Cheese” Means
Even for a “seasoned” chef like Moira Rose, cooking can pose a few unexpected culinary challenges. For example: how does one properly fold in the cheese?! “How do you fold it? Do you fold it in half like a piece of paper and drop it in the pot?” Moira’s son, David, asks her in the “Family Dinner” episode of Schitt’s Creek. As far as we know, the Rose family are still haunted by this question, but YouTube star Andrew Rea – aka Binging With Babish – has finally come up with an answer in his video re-creating Moira’s “mother’s” recipe for enchiladas.
During the video, Andrew sticks to Moira’s recipe as much as possible, which means the enchiladas are definitely not authentic but do look . . . cheesy. Andrew uses dried guajillo, dried ancho, and dried pasilla chiles to make the sauce. The stuffing includes roasted poblano chiles and chicken breast, but the real showstopper is the nontraditional béchamel sauce that goes on top of the enchiladas. This is also where the dilemma of how to fold in the cheese comes up. The long-awaited solution? You dump the cheese into the pot and gently mix it into the béchamel sauce with a spatula, aka “fold it in.”
Now that the mystery is solved, I hope David and Moira will be trying this recipe out again together soon. We can, of course, always hope for a Schitt’s Creek reunion to hear more of Moira’s extensive vocabulary and more of David’s relatable reactions to life. In the meantime, check out the full video here to try your hand at Moira’s family recipe for enchiladas. “It’s really not that complicated once you fold in the cheese!”