Chronic pain and depression live with me not the other way around!
"God uses pain and tribulation to make things right in our lives" courtesy of The African American Devotional Bible King James Version
You'll find no whining and complaining here! Love your life - it's a gift! **Tag Free Blog**
My family is always looking for places to save money. We used to get our ink jet printer cartridges from Cartridge World for many years but their prices have gone up and their customer service is non-existant.
If you use an online store and have had terrific customer service we would love to hear it.
Well, he wasn't wearing an apron while he was doing housework so I don't have photos for you. But, while I'm still on the mends and my husband's work hours have been reduced he's taken over the housework.
I have to say I'm really impressed with the work he did in the kitchen. He cleaned the toaster crumb tray and the refrigerator!
My husband and I had some terrific Pozole at a neighborhood Mexican grocery store a couple of weeks ago. It was very flavorable, filling made with red broth version.
My husband told me about his mother's recipe that had a clear broth. Since pork roast was on sale at Food 4 Less he actually bought 2. Today he's planning on making a big pot of Pozole.
•Pork shoulder or roast -- 1 1/2 to 2 pounds •Canned or fresh hominy, rinsed -- 2 to 3 cups •Garlic -- 3 to 5 cloves •Salt -- 2 teaspoons •Water or stock -- 6 cups
Garnishes •Cabbage or iceberg lettuce, shredded •Onion, finely diced •Limes, cut into wedges •Avocado, diced •Oregano, dried
Method 1.Add the pork, hominy, garlic, salt and stock or water to a large pot. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, and then reduce heat to low and simmer for 1 1/2 to 2 hours, or until the meat is very tender.
2.Remove the pot from heat. Take the pork from pot and set aside to cool. When cool enough to handle, remove the meat from its bones and shred it wit…