Have you ever gone out for Mexican food, eaten carnitas, and thought “gosh, I wish I could make this myself”? Well, you can with the help of your slow cooker. Just add pork butt or shoulder to a slow cooker with citrus juice, garlic, onion, and some spices, then let it cook for about eight hours until it's tender and easy to shred with a fork. Then, you can enjoy your home-cooked carnitas in tacos, burritos, or on top of your favourite grains.
The winter is creeping closer and our days are definitely getting cooler. What a better way to fill the tummies and a cold winter’s night than with this delicious casserole. And the best thing about this dish, you serve an unforgettable dinner with a very cheap cut of beef. Serves: 4 Ingredients: 1kg Chuck Steak,…
You all know what time of the year it is!! (almost) :D Summer is coming to a end pretty soon (not soon enough for me) I love Fall and the cooler months! With FOOTBALL season starting up I thought it was only fitting to bring you this delicious and easy meal for the guys & kids! (and you of course) ;) Just LOOK at those delicious bundles of YUM! I have done this recipe a few times so far, I have used can and I have used leftover chili that I made myself- you can use a can of pre-made
Stuffed Peppers — ButterYum — a tasty little food blog
I have been making these stuffed peppers for as long as I can remember. The original recipe began as one from the Better Homes and Garden Cookbook , which was the only cookbook my mother owned when I was growing up. Like most of you probably do, I tweaked and revised th