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Pork Tamales Wrapped for the Steamer
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
7 min read

Pork Tamales with Chile Verde Sauce

Making pork tamales is a multi-day process, so it really lends itself to a weekend kitchen project. It's not hard, but it does take a lot of time. The first day, I marinated my pork roast. The second day, I actually roasted the pork all day. The third day, I actually assembled and made my tamales, including soaking my corn husks and making my masa.
Pie Crust with Lard Uncooked
Friday, April 19, 2013
6 min read

Making Pie Crust with Lard

One thing I love to do is make pies, including my own pie crust. A homemade pie crust has a flavor and texture so superior to a store-bought crust and is so easy to make, that I never even think of buying one. If you have cold butter (and/or lard), flour, salt and sugar, you can have a pie crust dough ready to put in the refrigerator in 10 minutes.
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