O.k., well it does me so I guess that is just a testament to my rebellious nature.
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Meatloaf is one of those foods that people either love or hate. It can be wonderful – moist, tender, flavorful… or it can be dry, tasteless and boring. it depends more on the cook than the ingredients, really. Meatloaf is a pretty standard formula of meat, vegetables, liquid, spices, and binder. If over baked it will be dry, it is as simple as that.
My mom did not make meatloaf very much but back then, in the final days of classic diners, I discovered the dish on a car trip and i instantly fell in love. Continue reading
There are about a million ways to create an enchilada recipe, and this for sure isn’t the only one, but I prefer my enchiladas with a tangy, creamy sauce rather than the red sauce. Most of all I prefer them without cream of chemicals soup in the mix.
These are delicate with a touch of heat in the tender chicken and a snap of green chili in the sauce. I prefer corn tortillas for my enchiladas because they add flavor and texture and hold up well under the sauce. The sauce is creamy and rich with a tangy bite. Continue reading