This Easy Taco Lasagna recipe comes together quickly and blends two favorite flavors for an out-of-this-world dish. From eatingrichly.com

Easy Taco Lasagna Recipe

This Easy Taco Lasagna recipe comes together quickly and blends two favorite flavors into one exciting dinner.  It’s the best of both worlds!

Pork Enchilada Recipe

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These enchiladas are simple, affordable, and oh so satisfying.  Eric was responsible for bringing a main dish to a work potluck, so I started going through our fridge and freezer trying to decide what I could make that wouldn’t require buying any ingredients.  Cooking for a potluck can be tough when you’re on such a tight food budget.  I discovered I had everything I needed to make enchiladas except for tomato sauce (to make the enchilada sauce that gets poured over the top).  Rather than admit defeat, or buy enchilada sauce, I decided that these would be delicious with salsa on top as well.  Guess what, I was right!

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Picante Pork Taco Appetizer

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If you’re looking for a fun and easy snack recipe for your Super Bowl party, you’ve got to try these bite size “tacos”.  Rather than going the American route of beef with taco seasoning, cheddar cheese and lettuce, I’m tapping into my memories of Mexico.  This easy pulled pork recipe uses picante sauce and chipotle chiles in adobo, then cooks overnight in the crockpot so that you don’t have to worry about it.

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Salsa Verde Recipe

This salsa verde recipe is the second recipe I requested from the chefs while I was in Mexico.  I had NO idea my post on pico de gallo and my hurt over the racism I’ve seen around me lately would spark such a debate, or the HATEFUL and ANGRY emails and comments I received.  I didn’t approve the comments but I have to say I was pretty shocked.  They say if you want lots of comments “be controversial”, but that certainly wasn’t my intention!

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Pico de Gallo and Racism

This is a difficult post to write, but the topic of racism has been weighing heavily on my mind lately.  I’ve been volunteering in the Cultural Diversity Department for the City of Auburn for almost a year now, and through that position receive enough information and current events about diversity and racism to overwhelm even the most avid learner.  Now don’t get me wrong, I love learning, and I know it’s important to at least have an awareness of the happenings of your community, country, and world.

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