We've talked about making tortillas for a long time, and, having not done it since our early married years, we decided to do it today. We went with the Maxwells's recipe on the Titus 2 blog using whole wheat flour and a little white. It really isn't all that different from making lefse. In fact, we got out the lefsa equipment to make them. Miriam was so good at making them almost perfectly round! I would say lefse is harder to roll out.
Look good don't they?
So we had a delicious supper. Our beef taco meat, black beans, garden salsa, tomatoes, cheese, onions, peppers, sour cream and store bagged lettuce. Mmm! Thanks, Miriam, for doing the bulk of the work. Now that we've done it, we want to take a day and make tons of them so we can freeze lots of packages. Yes, we did freeze some of these too. We're game to try some other recipes if anyone has a favorite that they think is the best! Miriam also made enough blueberry pancakes for breakfast that there's enough for tomorrow. Sunday mornings it's a "fix it yourself" breakfast but we usually try to have something ready that's easy to make.
Well, it's Saturday and we usually do a little better job cleaning the house for Sunday. The guys try to get everything in the barn a little cleaner and feed the beef cows extra so Sunday is a little easier as far as the cows go. We've started having a few dairy calves which is always fun. It would be nice if it warmed up a bit more before the beef take their turn. We have had a few days where it's melted but not today. Well, I hope you all have a great day tomorrow worshipping God and fellowshipping with brothers and sisters in Christ! Just imagine how sweet that fellowship will be in heaven!