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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Wash Day

Washing day

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Wash Day Prayer Monday Wash Day Lord, help me wash away all my selfishness and Vanity, so I may serve you with perfect humility Through the week ahead. Tuesday Ironing Day Dear Lord, help me iron out all the wrinkles Of prejudice I have collected through the years So that I may see the beauty in others. Read more go here

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How to make flour Tortillas from Scratch
2 3/4 cups All Purpose Flour (plus extra for dusting)

5 tablespoons Lard

3/4 teaspoon Salt

3/4 cup Warm WaterMedium



Mix Salt: Add salt to your measuring cup (or bowl) holding your water. Stir the solution gently until salt has dissolved. Combine: Into a medium bowl, add flour and lard. Work the mixture with your hands (it will only be sticky for a minute) until it comes to a fine crumble. If you're making 100 of these, go ahead and use the food processor, otherwise, it's not worth your time and your hands will bring the mixture together in a few seconds. Just smoosh and moosh until it's all crumbly and an even texture.
Add Water: Pour 2/3 of your water into the dry mixture. Stir with a fork until mixture is chunky. Add remaining water (if needed) until combined and turn out onto a floured board.
Knead & Divide: Knead gently until it comes together (5-10 times). Divide into 12 pieces. Place in a pan (or on a plate) and cover with plastic wrap (or a barely moistened towel) and allow to rest for 30 minutes.
Roll: Once the dough balls have had time to rest, one by one, roll them with a rolling pin until they are 7" (give or take) in diameter. Keep remaining dough covered while you work. Roll them one at a time and cook one at a time (unless you're using a griddle or more than one pan). You can pick them up with your hand (gently) and lay it across your palm to transfer it to the pan.
Heat: Heat a dry skillet over medium to medium high heat (cast iron works great!) and let each tortilla cook for 30-45 seconds. You're looking for brown, not burnt (if they cook too long you'll have tortilla chips!) so don't hesitate to remove when done. Cover with a warm towel until ready to serve.

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