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The city of Chicago is violating the civil rights of its residents by relocating polluting businesses from white communities into Black and Latino areas that already are overwhelmed with environmental and health issues, federal officials have found after a nearly two-year investigation.


While the origin of buñuelo fritters is not clear (some suggest they come from Spain or the Middle East), the practice of using the iron molds to make rosettes originates from Scandinavia. Other countries also make these types of molded fritters, like Colombia, Finland, Turkey, and even Sri Lanka and Malaysia.


This Instant Pot Mexican shredded chicken comes together in a total of 30 minutes! Use the pressure cooker to quickly shred chicken for an endless amount of dishes. This easy Instant Pot shredded chicken recipe will be your go-to!


I would add 2 extra minutes to the cooking time if using frozen chicken. Also, if the chicken breasts are extremely thick, consider cutting them in half to be thinner because I have noticed the chicken will come out tough.


Chorizo is widely available around the U.S. and is sold in most local grocery stores. Make sure you're purchasing fresh chorizo, meaning the chorizo is still raw. The chorizo usually comes with a casing around it that will need to be removed prior to cooking.


However, if that option is not available to you, try a local grocery store. Depending on where you are located in the country, will determine the brands and options available to you. Some common brands to look for are Cacique, Supremo, Andy Garcia foods, El Mexicano, and Chorizo de San Manuel (they even offer online shipping options).


The best type of pan to cook chorizo in is a nonstick frying pan or a cast iron skillet. Both of these pans have a wide variety of uses in the kitchen. If you don't yet have these types of pans, they are a great investment in any kitchen. They would also make a fabulous gift for someone who's new to cooking.


Chorizo is cooked on the stovetop over medium-high heat using a nonstick frying pan or cast iron skillet. For many recipes, you'll want to break up the chorizo in small, bite-sized pieces using a spatula. Typically, chorizo takes around 6-9 minutes to cook through.


Now, depending on the chorizo you purchase, how to tell when the chorizo is cooked through can vary. If you have homemade or very authentic chorizo, it will start to brown (similar to other ground meat you've likely cooked).


However, if that option is not available to you, try a local grocery store. Depending on where you are located in the country, will determine the brands and options available to you. Some common brands to look for are Cacique, Supremo, Andy Garcia foods, El Mexicano, and Chorizo de San Manuel (they even offer online shipping options).


Delicious! The chicken breasts I used were thicker so I had to keep it on the heat a little longer. The cilantro rice was incredible. I only wish I had added a splash of lime juice. I do not like to cook, but this was so easy and tasty that I will absolutely make this again.


Also wanted to say that I fully support you and the new direction your blog is taking. I am not vegetarian, but I have been making your recipes for years, both from the blog and your cookbook. Many times I will make them as-is, but they have been easy to adapt if I want to add meat or fish. And, I know I can always find a delicious recipe here if I am cooking for vegan or vegetarian friends. Just wanted to say thank you!!


The major defect with hemochromatosis is due to a problem with excessive absorption of iron from the gastrointestinal tract. This excessive iron that is absorbed is deposited in various organs of the body. In the particular case of liver disease, the excessive iron builds up in the liver leads to elevated liver chemistries and hepatitis and ultimately cirrhosis and liver cancer. In addition to the liver, other organs that have excessive iron deposited include the heart, which can lead to heart failure, as well as the pancreas, kidneys, and the nervous system.


Iron is an important nutrient that is required for many bodily functions. Iron is generally found in red meat as well as a number of iron-fortified foods including bread and cereal. Approximately 10% of iron is absorbed from the food we eat but in hemochromatosis, this number increases to 30%. Over years and decades, this excessive iron absorbed leads to the many complications discussed above.


Hereditary hemochromatosis is caused by a defective gene called the HFE gene, which regulates the amount of iron absorbed from the intestinal tract. The two known mutations of hereditary hemochromatosis are the C282Y and H63D genes. Of these two, the C282Y gene, is the most important. Individuals that have hemochromatosis must inherit this gene from both of their parents. Both genes must be present to express the disease.


Hereditary hemochromatosis is one of the most common genetic disorders in the United States. It usually affects Caucasians of Northern European descent. It is estimated that 5 people out of 1,000 of US Caucasians carry two copies of the hemochromatosis gene putting them at risk for the disease. It is also estimated that 1 out of 8-12 people are carriers of one abnormal gene. Generally speaking, hemochromatosis is much less common in Hispanics and Latinos, Asian Americans, and African Americans. It is interesting to note that both men and women can be affected by hereditary hemochromatosis, though men are more likely than women to be diagnosed with hereditary hemochromatosis at a younger age. Women are slightly protected because of their menstrual cycle and the loss of iron in their blood.


Hemochromatosis is diagnosed through a detailed medical history, physical examination, and blood work screening for various causes of elevated liver chemistries and chronic liver disease. Elevated levels of iron will be seen and the transferrin saturation will also be elevated as a marker of increased iron. Transferrin saturation higher than 45% would be considered significantly elevated. Additionally, the total iron binding capacity will be elevated greater than 50% in hereditary hemochromatosis. A liver biopsy in many cases is required. This will allow us to directly inspect the liver under a microscope staining for iron. In addition, the biopsy can be sent off for additional testing to measure the amount of iron in the liver.


Have your medical records or those of your loved one on hand as you fill out the medical history questionnaire portion of the online process.The medical history questionnaire is detailed so having medical records to quickly reference will help make the process more efficient.


Mexican Shepherd's Pie is a classic shepherd's pie with a Mexican twist. It's an easy weeknight meal that the whole family will love and just may become a permanent part of your standby dinner rotation.


I just made this last week and my family loved it! The chicken is super moist and flavorful. I served in a rice bowl. Thank you for sharing, this will become part of my monthly meal plan rotation.


I made this exactly as above, except I forgot to add the zest, and it still turned out great. Had it with red beans and rice. Pad your chicken dry before seasoning, and make sure your oil in the frying pan is nice and hot, this way it will char nicely.


If you end up with leftover Mexican cornbread, don't worry. It freezes beautifully! Cut cornbread into wedges of your desired size (I like to wrap one meal's worth). Wrap in foil and place in a freezer bag or freezer safe container. This will keep it from drying out. Enjoy within a month or two.


Hi Lynn! For a 12" skillet, you can drag the 'servings' to "10" to increase the amounts by 25% - or go with the recipe as is and know that it will be a bit thinner and cook a few minutes faster. Yes, you can definitely make this in muffin tins, but you'll need to reduce the baking time and you won't get those crispy edges you get from cast iron (unless, of course, your muffin tin is made of cast iron! )


In an effort to improve both guest and delivery driver experiences, Buena Onda is adding design elements that provide functional storage to address the nature of to go and delivery orders. This will include a set area for pick-ups for delivery platforms and for guests for take-out.


That prompted Mayor Lori Lightfoot to conduct an additional environmental analysis as recommended by EPA officials and indefinitely delay action on the final permit Reserve Management Group needs to operate a metal shredding and recycling operation on the Southeast Side.


As required by federal law, informal resolution agreement discussions began between the Illinois EPA and federal officials on Feb. 11, EPA officials said. The probe will be suspended for the duration of the informal resolution agreement process, as required, officials added.


Using 2 chipotles will give it some heat that sneaks up on you! You can use a single chipotle for a milder batch. And while it's kinda optional, I still like using some liquid adobo sauce from the can as I think it adds some direct heat and flavor to the batter.


Hmmm thanks much for the inspiration Susan! I haven't tried that yet but will add it to my list. Feel like the recipe as written would most likely produce a good result so I would start with that, along with a greasing or buttering of the individual muffin slots before adding the batter. Cheers. 153554b96e






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