This recipe is from a local Mexican restaurant near my home town. A lot of slow cooking and yet easy to make. Easy recipe to make ahead. just freeze the meat and finish everything else the day of service. You can also use purchased tortillas if you don't want to make your own.
For about 20 years this recipe was just a lovely memory. When DH was in grad school one of his professors invited the entire class and their families to enjoy a Filipino meal prepared by his wife, Priscilla. She fed about 50 of us seated on the floor in front of long rolls of paper! 20 years later, that professor is no longer at this school but my husband and his son-in-law now teach here. Rachel, Priscilla's daughter, shared her Mom's recipe with me. She has added slow cooker instructions to fit her busy lifestyle but it is still the same great flavor that her mom prepared for us over 20 years ago. Thanks Priscilla and Rachel!! **NOTES** - Cooking time 2 hours stove or 6 hours slow cooker. - Slow Cookers vary in cooking times - adjust according to your appliance. - Freezer instructions courtesy of Erindipity.
Fire up the grill and try something new. So zesty and easy to prepare, these Grilled Bone-in Pork Chops with Hawaiian Marinade are the perfect addition to weeknight dinners and backyard barbecues. Courtesy of the National Pork Board
Found this in the June 2012 issue of *Everyday Food,* this stew is easy and tasty and the peppers are not overpowering at all. Since there are just two of us, we cut the recipe in half, served it over brown rice accompanied by a green salad, and there was plenty for us plus some left-overs for tomorrow night.
Note: I've attempted to fix the "ingredients" section of the recipe and it's a Food.com issue not mine. Please refer to the individual recipes listed in the "directions" section if choosing to make these packets! There's no right way to enjoy a sausage, but if you want a little direction the co-hosts from The Chew show you their favorite toppings and combinations. When Michael made these packets on The Chew his drizzled olive oil on all the packets. This came from The Chew.
This recipe was contributed by Nick Balla and printed in the July 2012 issue of Food & Wine magazine...posting for safe keeping. The recipe notes that it can be refrigerated up to 3 days and gently reheated.