I wanted to check where you could easily buy pork lard or if it is something you might have a hard time finding. You know that I love finding ingredients that I think must be difficult to find and that are not; so I shopped pork lard this morning and found it online available at Walmart as Pork Fat (have never noticed that, but they also have pork lard), and also at stores called Crowd Cow, iHerb, Web Restaurant Store (all online) and Amazon. I also found it at another online shop named Farm Food, so I decided to include the link to it for that shop, since the shop seemed rather attractive. Not that the other shops weren’t attractive, I decided to feature Farm Food as my favorite. (I have also included Farm Food as a shop link on my sidebar links as of today: September 14, 2019.) Notably, Armor Lard is available almost anywhere and still another suggestion might be to check your local grocer’s delivery of it through Instacart if you’re not interested in putting it in your regular shopping line up. (Some people don’t like to break their ordinary lists to buy special goods at the store; I totally understand.)
However, I have to note, this delicious gumbo can also be made with vegetable oil or regular lard, yes. But we’ve covered all the bases all the same.
Well what a privilege it is to find something like this on the internet trying to find some more brownie or small cake collections (cupcakes work)!
But one thing’s for sure, if you are of the opinion that autumn is boring compared to other seasons (I am not — think I stated this days earlier), then all you need is to love to bake and surely, this collection will be helpful and beneficial to beginning an interesting war with anyone you choose.
This officially ends my 1 week “Sept. 1st New Year’s Personal Yearly New Year’s Celebration”.
Have a Happy September!
(I will be back here in a matter of a day or less probably. Or by Tuesday. Today I Saturday, September 7th.)
This is a delicious mutton shoulder chop in ginger garlic yogurt sauce.