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Old 03-17-2011, 06:20 PM   #761
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We had turkey sausage, onion, bell pepper, yellow rice, guaca, sour cream, cheddar chez.....
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Not sure yet, whatever hubby wants since it's his birthday! So, probably going out.

We had taco/bean soup last night.
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Tortellini chez, fake sausage, diced tomatoes, mushrooms, Texass toast.......
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Old 03-18-2011, 12:03 PM   #764
 
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I have two small pork shoulders in a 250 oven as we speak, until they're fall apart tender, at which point they'll get cranked to 500 for a quick crisping up of the delicious skin. My hands are finally starting to lose some of the garlic scent from peeling a whole head and mashing it in the mortar and pestle.
I'm thinking some roasted onions and a citrus salad along with a black bean moro might be the accompaniments.
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I have two small pork shoulders in a 250 oven as we speak, until they're fall apart tender, at which point they'll get cranked to 500 for a quick crisping up of the delicious skin. My hands are finally starting to lose some of the garlic scent from peeling a whole head and mashing it in the mortar and pestle.
I'm thinking some roasted onions and a citrus salad along with a black bean moro might be the accompaniments.
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Yay, sounds good, TRBL!
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Where does one buy lard? Hubs has been making tortillas, and I just know they would be over the top yummy with lard rather than shortening
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Old 03-18-2011, 12:23 PM   #768
 
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I buy it at the farmer's market. Flying Pigs Farm sells both leaf lard (the whitest, cleanest-tasting lard, and what you want for pie crusts and sweet breads) and lard from other parts, which is good for tortillas, savory pies, and cooking. Another farm sells unrendered leaf lard, which is really easy to render yourself and then you get to enjoy cracklings left behind!
I can also get lard, suet, goose fat, etc. at really good butcher shops like Ottomanelli and Sons here, and Dickson's Farmstand Meats at Chelsea Market.
If you have any sort of Mexican population near you, you can get fresh lard pretty easily as well. Not usually leaf lard, but like I said, it's not necessary for tortillas.

Don't even bother with supermarket stuff sitting on shelves. That stuff is disgusting and hydrogenated to make it shelf-stable. It's no different than shortening.
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Old 03-18-2011, 12:26 PM   #769
 
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Lard is available in every grocery store around here, in the meat section.

I think supper tonite will be a giant salad with mixed greens, mandarine oranges, buffalo chicken, blue cheese dressing and extra blue cheese. maybe some flaxmeal bread.
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Where does one buy lard? Hubs has been making tortillas, and I just know they would be over the top yummy with lard rather than shortening
Be sure to send some my way My hubby's grandmother makes them with regular shortening and they are a-mazing.
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Old 03-20-2011, 05:12 PM   #771
 
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Roasted veggie pizza that I added chicken sausage to and a butter lettuce and spinach salad with ranch.
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Well, it's Sunday, so hopefully Messacan!
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I'm thinking a breakfast bowl.

Cheesy grits, scrambled eggs and chicken breakfast sausage.
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I grabbed some Philly cooking creme at the store and am going to give this recipe a try that was on the back.
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I grabbed some Philly cooking creme at the store and am going to give this recipe a try that was on the back.
Let me know what you think of that stuff. I got a coupon for a free container of it.
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I'm not sure what I'm eating for dinner. But right now I'm eating clementines and they're delicious.
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I grabbed some Philly cooking creme at the store and am going to give this recipe a try that was on the back.
Let me know what you think of that stuff. I got a coupon for a free container of it.
It sounded good. They have a couple of other recipes with it that sounded good too.

And no fair, I want a coupon! If its good I'd like to try the Italian Herb one too.
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Left over lasagne with a tossed salad.

I am dying to try a cooks illustrated recipe for skillet pasta with peas and prosciutto. I have to feel out SO-I think he might like it.........
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