Pozole is a stew that has hominy (corn) and pork in it, and chilis- all the kinds of chilis. Clearly you can see New Mexico’s roots. And while I usually make pozole on New Year, it really can be made all year round, especially if you’re looking for a little extra luck.
As a little nod to my dad and my PA roots, I decided to take the whoopie pie and make a peppermint version! Whoopie pies have Amish roots, and are traditionally two chocolate, cake-like cookies sandwiched tougher with a cream filling.
When it comes it comes to how I eat, I want it to be healthy…and easy. Oh easy! Because while I do love to cook, I don’t want my days to revolved around prepping and cooking what I’m going to eat I could step away from the article or post I was working on early, in order to cook myself a meal, or I could continue to do what I’ve been doing lately, which is grab a Healthy Choice® Power Bowls and smartwater.