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October 21, 2014

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When chicken thighs are on sale I put a dozen in the crockpot with a bit of water and let them cook overnight on low - I usually remove the skin & excess fat first but bone-in is fine. I then have more than enough chicken for 2 pans of enchiladas. If I'm really lazy (or can't find tomatillos) I use a jar of salsa and dinner is on the table in less than half an hour!

MMM....love Tomatillos! I like to char them and the chilies a little (I use Poblano chilies) and put them in Pozole with Hominy and chicken or pork - makes a fabulous spicy fall soup/stew.

Finally got around to ordering your book from Barnes and Noble - It's very beautiful, love the hard cover! I am going to do something out of it for Halloween, and I can't wait to make the cover dish for Christmas! I love that the recipes are a little unique and outside the norm, but use mostly basic ingredients I can easily get, even in Alaska.

Shiela: I LOVE posole!! And thanks so much for buying my book. I'm so happy imagining it perched in a nice warm home in Alaska!

Cheryl: That is a great idea. Thanks for sharing!

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