and cooking up a pork butt. It's a tasty Tex-Mex soup option that's full of flavor!
Carnitas, literally meaning "little meats", is a dish of Mexican cuisine originating from the state of Michoacán. Carnitas are made by braising or simmering pork in oil or preferably lard until tender.
A deliciously quick weeknight meal that packs plenty of punch. Easily adapt the recipe with ground beef or ground chicken, or try it with 50/50 coleslaw and broccoli slaw. The original recipe is listed for Whole30 or paleo diet, so follow the link below if you're not sure which ingredients need to be substituted. Prep... Continue Reading →
Use some leftover ham, or get some from the deli, throw in some potatoes, and a few veggies, some seasonings, and you will have a rich and creamy, but not heavy, pressure cooker Potato Ham Soup!
A guilty-pleasure breakfast option that's oh, so worth it! We love the fact that it's a sausage gravy, then just "sauce". Thanks goes to my brother for this one!