Pozole Verde

Pozole Verde from scratch.

Happy Monday friends! I usually don't use the words Monday and happy in the same sentence, but today was an exception. Despite Alan being away for only a few days now, Lyla and I have somewhat synced into our own little routine. It's never fun when Alan is away, but seeing as we're a family that functions with a bi-weekly routine, it's sort of nice knowing we won't have switch routines for a while. Aside from getting a workout in while injured (if your follow me on twitter you know what Im talking about), my biggest accomplishment today (maybe even of the month) was making Pozole from scratch. The fact that it actually turned out even better than I expected it to, made my day. I've only ever made it one time before and I used canned ingredients, it was good, but not nearly as good as this batch. Alan was pretty devastated that I made Pozole while he's away. Truth is, I've planned this for a good month (*insert Dr. Evil GIF) I wanted him to be far, far away just incase I completely messed up. I didn't want to ruin his favorite dish and then make him eat it, that's just evil --and he would eat it, because that's how good of a husband he is. 

You're probably wondering where the recipe is for this, but sorry guys, I winged this (yep, no recipe). I won't completely deprive you, I just want to make this a few more times to ensure I provide you guys with the best overall recipe. Until then, you'll just have to enjoy these pictures ;). 

 All fresh produce.

 There was a lot of love put into this pot of soup.

My little veggie lover couldn't keep her hands out of our toppings.


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