If you look to the right you’ll see the award presented to me by Become.? I’m proud of this and wanted to share it with everyone. Michael Nelsen Blogger & Editor Michael.Nelsen@become.com ?
Stir, Laugh, Repeat Award
Caffeine increases thepower of aspirin and other painkillers, that is why it is found in some medicines.
Tidbits for Pain
November 7, 2011 by MAC
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This recipe came to me by way of a friend.? I’ll post it as she sent with my changes added. nonstick cooking spray 1 egg white 1/2 cup all-purpose flour (out of all-purpose, used self-rising) 1/4 cup cornmeal (used self-rising) 1/4 cup panko (Japanese-style breadcrumbs) (used about 1/2 cup) 1 tsp. salt-free Cajun seasoning (didn’t have Cajun so I used Old Bay) 1 lb. catfish fillets, halved (4 pieces) (don’t like Catfish so I used Talapia) Preheat oven to 450 degrees.? Spray the surface of a flat, non-stick baking dish with non-stick cooking spray.? (You may ask why spray a non-stick? pan with non-stick spray – it acts like oil in the pan.? You can also get this effect by spraying the meat while cooking).? In a shallow bowl beat egg white until it forms soft peaks.? Place flour on a sheet of wax paper.? On another sheet combine cornmeal, panko and seasoning.? Dip fish in? the flour and shake off excess.? Dip in the egg white.? Roll in the cornmeal mixture.? Place on baking pan.? Spray the tops
Crusty Baked Fish
November 6, 2011 by MAC
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I’m running a little behind in my posts but good things are usually worth waiting for and this dish is one of the good ones.? Foodbuzz and Tastemakers along with Newman’s Own sent me a couple of sauces to try with the hopes of my coming up with a recipe that is tasty, easy, family friendly and can be prepared within 30 minutes.? With my Chicken Mozzarella I nailed all of these plus.? Not only is this dish simple to make it’s a dish that can be prepared as individual servings cooking all at one time or as needed making it the perfect dish for a busy schedule family.? So here is all you do to make this tasty little dish. To make a serving for 4: Preheat oven to 350 degrees.? Cook 1/2 lb.? spaghetti according to package directions. Divide spaghetti into 4 individual dishes that are oven safe. Place 1 pre-cooked, breaded chicken breasts over top of spaghetti. Divide 1 jar of Newman’s Own pasta sauce over the chicken breasts making sure to cover the spaghetti. Top with shredded Mozzarella cheese. Bake 20-25 minutes or until cheese has melted and the dish is piping hot. Comments:? I used the Tomato & Basil Bombolina Pasta Sauce. When I make up a new dish and serve it to some of my lucky food testers, I tell them very little about the dish.? All 3 of my food testers that tried this dish remarked about it’s “clean” taste.? One thought it may have a touch of lemon added another wanted to know if I added a tiny bit of mint.? It was the Basil they were tasting and they all 3 loved it.? For my chicken I used a pre-cooked, all white meat product to cut down time.? When baking the assembled dish, watch your cheese.? You want
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?”lollipop” is the longest word typed with your right hand.
Tidbits about words
October 26, 2011 by MAC
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“Stewardesses” is the longest word typed with only the left hand
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Tidbits that you just must know!
October 22, 2011 by MAC
Filed under ABBA, apple, apples, BBA, cabbage, Chicken, chicken salad, chili, Coleslaw, cookbook, cookbooks, cream, Dressing, dressings, drizzle, food, Foodbuzz, Martha A Cheves, Marzetti, new, Onion, onions, PA, Pineapple, Raisins, recipe, Recipes, Salad, slaw, Stir Laugh Repeat, sugar, Tastemakers, ve
As part of the Foodbuzz Tastemaker program with Marzetti Simply Dressed, I received a coupon to try Marzetti’s newest dressings.? While deciding on which of the ten flavors I wanted to try I remembered that the weather has taken a turn for the chilly side so it was time to make a pot of chili and what goes better with chili than coleslaw.? That made my decision for me and boy was it a good choice. Marzetti Simply Dressed Coleslaw mix has the perfect touch of sweetness enhanced with the perfect touch of vinegar and just a hint of onion.? For my coleslaws I shredded about 2 cups of cabbage, add about 1 1/2 Tbsp. sugar and equal amounts of vinegar, a sprinkle of dehydrated onions and then enough mayo to make it slightly creamy.? This makes enough slaw to serve 4 but you have to wait for the onions to plump back up, the sugar to dissolve and the flavors to blend before serving.? With the Marzetti Simply Dressed Coleslaw I used the same amount of cabbage and added about 3 Tbsp. of the
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Marzetti Simply Dressed Salad Dressings
In ancient Greece , tossing an apple to agirl was a traditional proposal of marriage. Catching it meant she accepted.
Tidbits – An Apple a Day?
Another tip for the upcoming winter months. ? KEEPING CAR MIRRORS FREE OF ICE OVERNIGHT If you have those big rearview mirrors on your car or truck and you know an ice storm is coming, here’s a cheap trick to keep them clean. Take two plastic grocery bags (one for each mirror) and two rubber bands and put the bags around the mirrors and secure them with the rubber band. It does not look great but it sure helps in the morning when it comes to cleaning the ice off the car or truck cause those mirrors are
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Another Winter Tip
Sent to me by a friend and believe me I plan on giving this a try this year.? I know we don’t get much snow/ice here in NC but when we do it’s a pain in the rump to remove from my car windows.? And when it’s ice, I end up letting the car run with the heater on full force in hopes that it will clear the windows faster.? With the price of gas, this could turn out to be a real money saver.? I also intend to try this hoping it will also keep the frost off my car windows. “ I had several old, faded, plastic tablecloths that I had not thrown out (because I figured there must be a use for them). You just put it across your windshield, covering wiper blades so they don’t freeze. Open one front door and put it inside the car; and then stretch it and do the same on the other side. ? This has saved soooo much time trying to get the snow and ice off the windshields you wouldn’t believe and the best part is it is FREE. I just shake off snow, fold the tablecloth and leave it in the car – replacing it on the windshield when I get home.” If any of you have tried this in the past, please leave a comment to let us know how it worked for you.? Thanks – Martha ?
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