4/2/13

Project and a Great Pork Verde Recipe!


Things are coming along at my clients home....

They started tearing out the old and are beginning the new transformation. 

The walls are being painted and the flooring goes in soon....

 

Remember the fireplace? 
Yikes!
 



 



All gone!






The kitchen was demolished.... 









We had to make this wall come out just a little....

The hubby bought a refrigerator that was a tad to big.....

What do ya do! 

 I have learned to flow with things....
there is always a solution....
Thank goodness!


 I hope you had a great holiday and spring break.....

We had 30 people over and we decided to have a Mexican fiesta..

Pork Verde, Enchiladas and Tamales....It was so good! 

I found the best recipe....

You cook this recipe the night before you are going to serve it...I started it around 8:00 that evening..

You can use a pork shoulder or a pork butt...
 Salt and pepper it...
 Flour it and brown it in oil...

Place it in a crock pot and cook it on low through the night....
In the morning add a can or two of salsa verde and
continue to cook it on low all day

Serve it with tortillas, avocados, chopped tomatoes, cilantro, lettuce and cheese.... 
So good
Hopefully you will like it as much as we do....

Thanks for stopping by..
Julie 

16 comments:

  1. That recipe sounds delightful! I'm looking forward to trying it soon.

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  2. Can't wait to follow the progress of your latest project and the recipe sounds delicious!!

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  3. We're about to embark on a renovation project ourselves and the hubby insists on a beer fridge in the kitchen... We're going with the flow, too, as he pays most of the bills! Hope you're having a great week.
    xxoo
    C + C

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  4. Great progress on the home! No doubt there will be some happy homeowners when this projec tis completed.
    I am going to try this recipe!
    Happy Wednesday, Julie.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  5. Love the sight of a good demolition, but I was dying to see a picture of the food after your description! :)

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  6. I can't wait to see more! I love verde enchiladas. It's a requirement for living in TX!

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  7. Oh that recipe looks sooooo yummy -- thanks for sharing! You are busy! This looks like a big project. I can't wait to see the amazing job you'll do!

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  8. That recipe sounds delish-- something that is right up my alley right now: simple to fix, make-ahead and tasty.

    Wow! It must be exciting to see the fireplace come down and the new one in the works. Fireplaces are such a focal point in a room and so important to the overall design. I'm looking forward to seeing this finished.

    Keri

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  9. Julie,

    I love seeing the progress you're making! Very exciting! Such an eady recipe. Sounds delicious and perfect weekday meal.

    Leslie

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  10. 30 for a Mexican fiesta??? Sounds like a fun party :) Look forward to seeing more of your client's house. Don't forget to post the after photos!
    xo
    Loi

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  11. wow!!! and you need some good stuff to eat!

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  12. I am looking forward to the transformation with your beautiful touch attached!

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  13. Wow, project update and a recipe all in one post. You are multi-tasking and it's much appreciated! Can't wait to see your project unfold into awesomeness!

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  15. I can't wait to see the end result Julie! It looks better already :)
    Stacy

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  16. Julie, it looks like you are moving right along! So glad you are changing out that fireplace. I know with your guidance this space will be fantastic.
    xo Kathysue

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