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.
This recipe could not be any easier and the results are outstanding. We've tried so many shredded chicken taco options, and this one by far has the most flavor ... thanks to Penzeys!
This Challah Slow Cooker Stuffing doesn’t need butter or margarine (and those unnecessary calories) to taste great. It has plenty of flavor and mouth-watering aroma from fresh herbs, a good quality chicken broth, and sautéed vegetables.
We signed up to be a recipe tester for America's Test Kitchen, and this was our first recipe we received and tested. It was a success!
After trying various recipes, we finally came up with a blend of all of them for this recipe that we really enjoy.
Only three ingredient and there are only slight variations online, but this version from a friend has the best ratio for the perfect flavor.
Sloppy Joes are a perennial lunch and suppertime American favorite — and not just among kids! For a sloppier, knife-and-fork version, add 1 cup of tomato sauce to the beef mixture before slow cooking. You can double this recipe using the same size cooker. ingredients 1 lb lean ground beef 1 medium onion, finely chopped... Continue Reading →