One of our favorite go-to meats is the pork shoulder, also called a pork butt. I’m not sure why that is, it seems they’re opposite locations. But, it’s an inexpensive cut that often goes on sale and is ridiculously easy to throw in the crockpot for several hours, mutilate with two forks and eat for a week. It’s comfort meat. It’s very versatile. Continue reading
I was looking for a way to use chicken breasts and some leftover rice. I also had leftover corn tortillas and I thought of trying a dish similar to my Mexican Bowl I make with beef. I could use a variety of ingredients to bring together a bowl of enchilada goodness. It would also be similar to my Mexican Lasagna that I make with either beef or chicken. I was definitely aiming for a Mexican comfort food served in a bowl. Continue reading
It was a dark and stormy night… no, really it was. There was a lot of wind, blowing snow, and I was not in the mood to dine out with my P.S. (Personal Shopper/ hubby). I had a head of cauliflower that needed to be used and a desire for soup. But I was lazy so I searched the freezer for packets of frozen diced peppers and celery. Half of my work was done!