I’m a very picky eater. I mean, VERY picky.. (Sad face) I blame my mother, my abuelita, and all the members of my family. Yes, they are or were amazing cooks. Even the male members of my family can tear it up in the kitchen … Well, with the exception of my gringo. He knows how to reheat leftovers (sometimes). LOL. Whenever I see flan at a party or a restaurant, I have a hard time eating it. It’s one of those dishes that no one can make better than my family. So, I decided to publish our family recipe.
There are many Mexican dishes made with pork, but truth be told, I hardly ever buy it. That little piggy just doesn’t come all the way home. It has nothing to do with sanitary reasons either. We mainly stick to chicken, beef, and fish at our house. When I do end up putting it in the shopping cart, I will make a yummy dish for my German-American husband like Pork Chops with Apples and Onions.
Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #GrillGatingHero #GrillGatingIt’s football season. YAY! I’m a big football fan. College football is something I look forward to each year. Maybe it was growing up next to two brothers and a dad who loved the sport, but to me, there’s nothing better than a good grill-gating get together on game day. These Dr Pepper® Chipotle BBQ Ribs make for the best huddle time eats. Rich and spicy.
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