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Saturday, May 01, 2010



Oh, everything looks so yummy. My dad and I used to make homemade corn tortillas together. Special memories...


Wow! Now am I game t do that?


Looks delicious Sarah. I'm sure there were a hit at your house.



Wow! That looks delicious!

Aunt Bet

Did the one cup of cumin seem too much when you finally ate them? They look great! Maybe you can make them again when I come see you. :-)


This is definitely a recipe I am going to try. I have the same question as your aunt...should I cut down on the cumin? (Speaking of cumin, I saw a cumin plant at the amish greenhouse. Do you have one?)

When we lived in San Diego, my Mexican neighbor used to cook something for a long time in her crockpot outside on her porch. It smelled delicious! Now I'm wondering if it was something to similiar to this recipe.

Our tortilla press bakes the tortillas while it flattens them...but still takes some elbow grease. I am working on a sourdough cracked wheat tortilla recipe, so your post has given me inspiration.

Thanks, Sarah.

Sarah G.

I wouldn't cut down on the cumin - while the pork cooked in it for so long, I actually thought it could have used a little more spice. Most of the cumin stayed in the cooking liquid when I took out the pork to shred it. Maybe if I had added a little more of the liquid/spices to the meat it would have been even better!


Glad you posted this, Sarah! Now not only did I *hear* about it last Sunday, but now I can see fully what a great supper you made! (And I'll remember how to spell Carnitas now, too!)

Susan Ramey Cleveland

Mercy me! That looks so good, Sarah.

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