I swear by this recipe for tortillas for being *authentic* as im hispanic and very picky on tortillashttp://www.texasrollingpins.com/tortillarecipe.html
(i sub. crisco for lard)
and they fluff up wonderfully on a griddle or heck I've used a large skillet to make them.
some ideas on food:
Do you eat chicken? a whole chicken will probably cost between 4-6 dollars but reallly could stretch things out a lot.
bean soup: mix all the beans, whatever spices you have and onion.
quesadillas: with tortillas, shredded chicken from the whole chicken you cooked and a little shredded cheese and you could puree some beans and add to the quesadillas to add a little more to them. I make mine in the oven I sandwich the ingredients between two tortiallas and put in the oven until everything melts and the tortillas are a little crispy, usually 15-25 minutes on 350.
bean and cheese tacos: flour tortilas and refried up beans from the soup plus a little onion and cheese if you got it.
chicken and rice: use some shredded chicken and cook with rice and a few spices with onion. you could even make a soup and add some veggies from the csa
fried rice: cook up some rice (day before rice always fries up better) and chop up some veggies and a little soy sauce
from the whole chicken you could do a drumstick, buttered noodles and a steamed csa veggie