Showing posts from May, 2014

Sweet Sour Cream Biscuits

I've been thinking about my good friends in The South, lately, and that leads me to think about food.  The South and good food just go hand in hand.  You can't have one without the other. Did you know that if you go to, say, a potluck brunch with your Bible Study group, that ladies actually bring things like Cheese Grits, Bacon Biscuits, French Toast Bake, Sausage Balls, Sweet Tea and Pecan Bars? They actually eat these foods and somehow stay skinny.  I guess it's all the tennis they play. Or maybe they just sweat it off during the 90+ degree days. I'm still trying to figure it out. If you don't think you're a fan of biscuits, try these.  They're moist (sour cream), slightly sweet (just a tad of "sugah") and you can bake them right in your muffin tin!  These biscuits work for breakfast, lunch or dinner. You need to try them, y'all! Sweet Sour Cream Biscuits by Rachel @ Simple Girl Ingredients: 1 cup sour cream 1

Rita's Pork Carnitas Tacos

Every year for Spanish class, my boy has the opportunity to earn culture points by cooking some authentic Hispanic food.  This works out great for me since his Nana is very authentic, not to mention a  very good cook! Nana has also passed on her culinary skills to her daughter (my sister-in-law) Rita.  As the deadline for culture points neared, I invited them over and asked them if they had a recipe they would be willing to share with Samuel. I just love it when I invite people over and they do all the work. I'm a great hostess that way. Rita cooked the pork in her slow cooker before arriving and then showed Samuel how to crisp it in a cast iron skillet. Of course, she brought her own skillet. She's authentic like that. She even printed up her recipe for me (see below). She's a great sister-in-law like that. Here's Samuel pretending to cook the pork carnitas.  As you can see, his Nana thinks that's pretty funny. She doesn't us