"At least we are accessible somewhere. We are not completely covered with a suit of armor all the time. We have a sore spot somewhere, some open wound somewhere. Such a relief! Thank earth! Because of that particular sore spot, we can still fall in love. We can still appreciate beauty, art, poetry, or music. That sore spot is known as potential compassion. At least we have some kind of gap that allows basic sanity to shine through. Our sore spot could be just purely the love of tortillas."…
So, once again I am probably the last person to embrace a new good for you food trend. First I was scared to try coconut milk & wound up loving it (recipe to come soon :)) and now I’ve finally embraced Greek yogurt, yeah I’m a weirdo and thought I wouldn’t like it…guess what I … … Continue reading →
Wound up with two espellete peppers and a jalapeno in this, along with a few teaspoons of cumin. Will definitely make again. We know – hot soup for summer? This recipe uses the season to its advantage, relying on charred corn and smoked peppers to lend a surprising depth of flavor to this classic soup that comes together in about 40 minutes. It's the perfect start to a cool summer evening.
These veggie roll-ups couldn’t be easier—no wonder they’re one of our most popular appetizer recipes! Use a variety of flavored and plain tortillas for a fun color variation. The roll-ups get made at least 3 hours (and up to 24 hours) ahead, so you can pop them in the fridge to set while you get the house ready for company!
Enchiladas - ThePioneerWoman.com (These are the best enchiladas i've ever tasted. All 6 of us LOVED them. Plus, they can be made up and frozen for future cooking - plus parts can be made for future assembly as well.)