Monthly Archives: November 2015
Monthly Archives: November 2015
Long considered a trusted partner by parents in providing healthy food and drink options for kids, Thermos brand has brought its superior insulation technology to FOOGO, a line of children’s products for ages six months and older. Freshness and safety go hand in hand. If not kept at the right temperature, food and beverages can spoil, causing potentially dangerous bacteria to form. FOOGO stainless steel products feature Thermos vacuum insulation which has been shown to inhibit the growth of bacteria in a laboratory test performed by Cornell University, and will keep contents cold and fresh for seven hours. In addition to providing added protection from spoilage and food borne illnesses, Thermos brand offers parents extra peace of mind in knowing that FOOGO products use BPA-free materials. To clean, hand washing is recommended for best results, or top rack dishwasher safe.
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Price: $ 17.99
Refried Black Beans
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Refried Black Beans One of my favorite Mexican side dish recipes is Refried Black Beans. I’ve been sharing some fun and delicious traditional Mexican recipes using my Crock Pot Shredded Beef recipe. Refried Black Beans are so easy to make and now you can make them at home. All good Mexican main dish recipes must have…
Cambridge curry. Truly the best Indian food I’ve ever had…
Cambridge curry. Truly the best Indian food I’ve ever had in the UK. Blows London shit outta the water. #vegan #uk (at Maharajah)
Leftovers sandwich. Tofurky, garlic mash, leek/celery stuffing,…
Leftovers sandwich. Tofurky, garlic mash, leek/celery stuffing, and lashings of gravy on fresh homemade onion herb bread. #vegan #vegancooking (at Camden Town)
Royal Canin Yorkshire Terrier features an exclusive kibble developed to be perfectly adapted to the jaw of the Yorkshire Terrier. It makes it easier for the Yorkshire Terrier to pick up and encourages him to chew. The Yorkshire Terrier’s coat is known for its continuous growth and natural softness. This exclusive formula helps maintain the health of the Yorkshire Terrier’s long coat. Enriched with Omega 3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA), Omega 6 fatty acids, and Biotin. Yorkshire Terriers are known to have a fussy appetite. A very palatable food is therefore recommended to fully satisfy them. This formula satisfies the fussiest of appetites with a combination of exceptional aromas and flavors. The Yorkshire Terrier is known to have a long life expectancy. This formula supplies a selection of nutrients to help maintain health in mature dogs. 100% Complete and Balanced Nutrition. Recommended for Yorkshire Terriers over 10 months old. Size: 10 pounds.
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Price: $ 35.19
2015 Holiday Gift Guide
Happy Friday! It’s the day after Thanksgiving and that means it’s time for leftovers and the start of the holiday season! My eyes get extra sparkly right around now because it really is the most wonderful time of the year….
Crock Pot Tuscan Chicken Bean Soup #CrockPotFriday
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Crock Pot Tuscan Chicken Bean Soup I know Fall has arrived when I can smell the savory aroma of a crock pot soup recipe cooking on my counter. Cooking soup in the crock pot is the easiest way to make a homemade soup recipe. Put the ingredients in the crock pot and a few hours…
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Sweet and Sour Crispy Chicken Strips
Mike and I spent the last week or so in Iceland and I’m completely smitten. I feel like this country has it all: gorgeously fluffy sheep, black sand beaches, glaciers, and an increased chance of seeing the aurora. We had been…
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy’s food-and-wine connoisseur, Ted Allen, presents a quick-reference cookbook—giving you the food you really want to cook and eat, and the know-how to pull it off with ease.
“With most cookbooks, you could plow through 134 pages of complicated hors d’oeuvres, salads, and the author’s philosophical musings about food before you get to the stuff you actually want to eat. Not here. I’m going to save you the trouble and get to the point right up front.” These first sentences of the book sum up what Ted Allen’s The Food You Want to Eat is all about—the tempting, delicious, satisfying fare you really want on your dinner table tonight, without the fuss and the formalities. Chapters include:
•I Know What You Want to Eat: the essentials of steak, chicken both fried and roasted, warm caramel brownie sundaes, and a luscious mac and cheese that will have you thinking outside the box—way outside.
•Happy Hour: for the kind of parties real people actually throw; no engraved invitations or seating charts, just easy, delicious recipes like crostini, a simple tuna tartare that kicks, the crowd-pleasing spicy Cajun “pigs” in much nicer “blankets” than you’re used to, four incredible pizzas (one for each season), and of course ten perfect cocktails.
•The Cookout: fulfilling everyone’s desire for great barbecued ribs, plus the more adventurous (but even easier) rosemary grilled leg of lamb, and Ted’s secret to the ultimate hamburger.
•Poultry: whether baked, braised, or sautéed, chicken is often what’s for weeknight dinner, and here’s everything from soy-and-honey-glazed roast chicken to “around the world on a chicken breast” with superb ways to liven up those boneless, skinless, tasteless cutlets. Plus a simple (really!) duck, and a turkey that doesn’t demand the traditional Thanksgiving heroics.
Ted also delves into chapters on an array of fantastic salads that are a far cry from rabbit food; pastas featuring Italian classics like a great ziti with sausage and your basic pasta with red sauce, as well as easy Asian adventures such as cold soba noodles with sesame-peanut sauce; seafood for everyone who’s afraid to cook fish; meats that range from an amazing marinated grilled pork tenderloin and killer chili to a classic pot roast and osso buco; vegetable recipes that will make you love broccoli in a whole new way; and desserts for after dinner—and breakfasts for after after dinner.
This is the debut cookbook from one of the most engaging, most entertaining people ever to wield a spatula, filled with the incredibly simple, delicious real-life recipes for The Food You Want to Eat. In a word, mmmm.Ted Allen, the food-and-wine expert from Bravo’s Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, has written a cookbook for those seeking a solid dish repertoire for everyday cooking and entertaining alike. The Food You Want to Eat offers 100 recipes for the likes of Old School Caesar Salad; Crispy Oven-Fried Crabcakes; Paella with Seafood, Chicken and Chorizo; and Mustardy Barbecued Spareribs. These favorites that live up to the book’s title, but Allen also provides some repertoire-stretching dishes like Pan-Roasted Salmon with Tomato Vinaigrette and Thai Green Chicken Curry with Vegetables. In his role as cooking tutor, and in asides like The Essentials of Steak, Allen also helps readers to understand how dishes work, and therefore how to cook more easily. A whole chapter that imparts cookout smarts, plus a short selection of easy-to-do meal-finales, which includes Chocolate-Glazed Almond Butter Cake, Warm Spiced Apple Tart, and New Age Floats, round out this useful, photo-illustrated collection. –Arthur Boehm
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Homemade All-Purpose Cleaner #HostingHacks
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DIY Homemade All-Purpose Cleaner Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #HostingHacks #CollectiveBias Don’t get caught without Bounty Paper Towels this holiday season. We all know that Bounty is the quicker picker upper. There is no other time of the year when cleaning the…