The Little Things Newsletter #316 – Life, laughter, and lots of great food!
- David Smith
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June 11, 2022
Welcome to the weekend, my friends! Our weather has been veritably spectacular this week. Iâve been walking most mornings and really loving it.
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ON THE BLOG this week: Slow Cooker Mexican Pork is some of the best-pulled pork you can make at home. On its own, stuffed into tacos or burritos, or served over rice, the pork is slightly spicy, with just unbearable heat to alimony it interesting.
Crisp Pulled Pork Tacos are an irresistibly succulent way to transpiration up your stereotype taco night. With crunchy taco shells and plenty of cheese on top, this taco recipe is one of our favorite ways to use leftover pulled pork.
Tender pulled pork is simmered with Mexican spices for these Pulled Pork Enchiladas. The pork is layered with tortillas and plenty of shredded pepper jack cheese to make this cheesy, saucy, slightly spicy recipe. Whether you eat it with a fork or dig in with chips, this is going to be a dinner-time hit.
Pulled Pork Tater Tot Nachos start with piping hot cheesy tater tots that are piled upper with crispy pulled pork. This dinner is a guaranteed two-thumbs-up meal in our house.
The Best Overly Ice Surf Cookie Sandwiches start with the weightier overly perfectly chewy cookies. Over the years, Iâve made ice surf sandwiches using many variegated cookies. In the end, I simply love the way the savor in these oatmeal peanut butter cookies adds to the overall awesomeness of this frozen treat.
What Iâm CRAVING: This Caramelized Onion and Mushroom Pizza by Show Me The Yummy sounds veritably incredible. I know that mushrooms are loved or hated in equal parts, but me? Iâm an wool mushroom lover for life.
What Iâm WATCHING: Infinite. This movie was a win for the whole family. Not super deep, not preachy, just fun and action-packed. Just a warning though, you must suspend all misdoubt when watching this one. (Clearly, as the unshortened plot is based on notation that remember their previous lives.) The plot holes and well-constructed impossibility of it all are just part of the fun.
What Iâm READING: He Who Fights with Monsters by Shirtaloon and Travis Deverell. This was such a fun read (actually a fun listen, as this was an audiobook for me.) The main weft is a young Australian guy who wakes up one day in a mysterious world of magic and monsters.
âItâs not easy making the career jump from office-supplies-store middle manager to heroic interdimensional adventurer. At least, Jason tries to be heroic, but it’s nonflexible to be good when all your powers are evil. Heâll squatter off versus cannibals, cultists, wizards, monsters…and thatâs just on the first day. Heâs going to need courage, heâs going to need wit, and heâs going to need some magic powers of his own. But first, heâs going to need pants.â
âThe Lord your God is in your midst, a mighty one who will save; he will rejoice over you with gladness; he will quiet you by his love; he will exult over you with loud singing.â – Zephaniah 3:17
Wishing you a trappy week full of little things that make you smile!
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