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Homemade Corn Tortillas with Chile Bathed Pork

{F&F} Homemade Corn Tortillas & Chile Bathed Pork

One thing I find about cooking and baking is that I am always more productive when there is someone nearby. They don’t even have to help; sitting and chatting can be the biggest help of all. I am not sure if it takes my mind off of what I am doing or if it just […]

Rocoto Relleno

Rocoto Relleno // Stuffed Peruvian Death Peppers

Rocotos are known for a delicious appetizer or meal when they are bathed, stuffed and baked to perfection. The vinegar & sugar bath calms the heat. A little. The stuffing has another kind of Peruvian pepper, sprinkled with cheese then topped with its lid. Can you handle the heat?

Sopa de Frejoles // Peruvian Bean Soup

A favorite soup in our home! This is a delicious blend of flavors and textures. Be sure to prepare the yucca, plantain and sweet potato to serve along with the soup – you won’t regret it!

spicy pulled pork

Not Just For Winter Anymore

Crockpots make you think of winter, don’t they? A wonderful stew, delicious soup or hearty chili is delightful to come home to after a long day. I feel like it is my duty to make plea on behalf of Crockpots everywhere…don’t hide them away just because the sun is coming out. You could make delicious tacos […]

Giant Meatballs

Decisions, Decisions

When I was younger, I remember eating at several fast food restaurants. Carl’s Jr. had those crinkle French fries, Arby’s had a great turkey sandwich, KFC had biscuits that I drenched with butter and honey. I never had such great memories of Burger King. Sure, Burger King had the Whopper, Jr. which was always better […]

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