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How To Eat A Potted Plant

How To Eat A Potted Plant

Monster Pudding Cup - KidZui Blog Bright, fun monsters are all the rage right now, not only for Halloween, but monster birthday parties too. This is a fun monster pudding cup treat that your kids will love to help out with. A treat for monsters big and small. What you will need: Cups – plastic drinking, clear soufflé, or glassVanilla puddingSprinklesWhite and dark chocolateThin decorating paint brushFood Dye To make: Melt the white and dark chocolate in the microwave for about 30 seconds (add just a little more time if needed). While the cups are in the refrigerator, have your child divide the pudding evenly between bowls – this will depend on how many colors you want to make. Divide the pudding evenly into separate bowls. Add a few drops of food dye to each bowl and have your child mix it. Add enough dye to make vibrant colors. Once the chocolate is set, remove the cups from the refrigerator and have your child fill each with the colored pudding. Refrigerate until you are ready to enjoy them. Make every cup an original.

Avocado Egg Salad « Relishing It Before Radd and I had kids, there would be nights that we weren’t able to have dinner together. School, work, and friends sometimes just got in the way of sitting down for a full meal with each other. Now if I happened to be home on one of those nights, there was absolutely no doubt about what my dinner plan would be– egg salad. Wild, right? You see, I was never able to make egg salad for the both of us because– and I still don’t understand this– Radd despises hard-boiled eggs. Here, I’ve swapped out mayonnaise for a mashed avocado. The Recipe: Avocado Egg Salad (Serves 1) 2 hard-boiled eggs, diced, preferably organic/local 1/2 ripe avocado, mashed 1 1/2 tablespoons red onion, diced 1 1/2 tablespoons fresh chives, finely chopped juice of 1/4 of a small lemon kosher salt and freshly cracked pepper How to make perfect hard-boiled eggs: In a sauce pan, place the eggs in a single layer. Have a wonderful weekend, friends! Laurie Like this: Like Loading...

Grilled Avocado with Strawberry-Mango Salsa Recipe at Epicurious yield Makes 4 servings Editor's note: This recipe was included with two others from our roundup of great cookbooks for Dad. There are more than 80 varieties of the avocado fruit, with the Hass variety responsible for 85 percent of production. The Hass avocado was discovered by a California postman named Rudolf Hass. Avocados are rich in unsaturated fats, contain no cholesterol, and are packed with dietary fiber and vitamins such as folic acid, A, B6, C, thiamin, and riboflavin. Preparation 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Tip: Do not store unripe fruit in the refrigerator. Calories589 Carbohydrates55 g (18%) Fat44 g (67%) Protein5 g (11%) Saturated Fat6 g (31%) Sodium18 mg (1%) Polyunsaturated Fat5 g Fiber16 g (65%) Monounsaturated Fat30 g Cholesterol0 Reviews write your own review My husband and I really liked this salad. More Recipes from Bon Appétit

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Hot Chocolate Swirl, Hot Cocoa - Chocolatines Home > Beverages > Hot Chocolate Swirl - Hot Cocoa Hot Chocolate Swirl - Hot Cocoa Item #HCS1 NOTE: Hot Chocolate Swirl sticks are sold in quantities of one (1). Our special blend of artisan chocolate envelopes a handmade, fluffy marshmallow, and is expertly dusted with all-natural spices and flavors. Instructions 1.

8 Crafts Using Baby Food Jars A couple of weeks ago I shared with you a few recipes using leftover jar baby food. Now that all your baby food jars are empty here are a few baby food jar crafts that look pretty neat using the empty baby food jars. Baby Food Chandelier Halloween Votives Baby Night Lights Baby Food Jar Party Favors Personalized Tea Light Holders Snow Globes Soy Candle Place Cards Valentine Snow Globes Have you done any interesting crafts using baby food jars? (Visited 65 time, 65 visit today) Fresh Strawberry Yogurt Cake Fresh Strawberry Yogurt Cake Fresh Strawberry Yogurt Cake Every time I take the kids berry picking, I think to myself, “I could totally do this. I could farm… It’s hard work, but peaceful and gratifying.” Then I imagine us buying a large piece of land and reinventing our life. This year is the first year we are going to give it a whirl–that is, be involved in a communal garden. I still like to pretend, as we’re picking berries, that I somehow had a part in cultivating them. This super moist cake is the perfect way to CELEBRATE juicy berries! To prepare Fresh Strawberry Yogurt Cake: Preheat oven to 325*. . and set aside. With an electric mixer, cream together the butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Toss the strawberries with the remaining ¼ cup of flour. Pour the batter into the Bundt pan . Allow to cool at least 20 minutes in the pan, then turn out onto a wire rack and cool completely. Print Save Yield: 12 slices Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 1 hour Ingredients: Directions:

Pac-Man as an action film April 05, 2012, 3:48 PM — Fun video of the day if you're a fan of video games; the folks at Steelhouse Digital have created a fan film honoring everyone's favorite yellow beast that eats power pellets and chases ghosts. Yes, Pac-Man gets his own "movie", and it's definitely cooler than the Super Mario Brothers movie: Be sure to visit the Project Yellow Sphere official movie page for more fun.

DIY Sharpie Tie Die I love this Sharpie tie die DIY from The Art Girl Jackie blog! She did it with her adorable daughter and I think it’s a fun inspiration for this Spring and upcoming music festival season. Use this technique to spruce up your ratty t-shirts or maybe a pair of of cut off shorts. For another idea, check out how to spruce up your clothes with DIY leopard print here! What You Need: Pre-washed white or light colored t-shirtRubbing AlcoholLiquid dropper or medicine dropperSmall plastic cup(s)Rubber bandsVariety of colored Sharpies Do It! Choose a spot to start and put your cup in right side up and secure a rubber band around the cup rim holding the shirt tightly in place.Pick your colors and create a small design in the center of the stretched circle. Photos and DIY via The Art Girl Jackie

Animal Photography: Useful Skill For Cooking Bang Bang Shrimp Time for another delicious football snack! This one would be good for a nice dinner too though! So this is supposed to be like the Bonefish dish with the same name but I’ve never had the dish so I can’t really say how close it is to the real thing. I can, however, say that it is amazing. Not going to lie, it was quite a bit of work because you have to deep fry the shrimp but seriously worth all the time spent staring into the pot of oil. Ingredients 1 lb. medium shrimp, peeled and deveined For the sauce: ½ cup mayonnaise 4-5 teaspoons chili garlic sauce, such as Sriracha sauce 1 teaspoon granulated sugar 1 teaspoon rice vinegar For the egg mixture: 1 egg, beaten 1 cup milk For the breading mixture: ½ cup all-purpose flour ½ cup panko breadcrumbs 1 teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon ground black pepper ¼ teaspoon onion powder ¼ teaspoon garlic powder ¼ teaspoon dried basil For frying: 8 to 12 cups vegetable oil Instructions Combine all ingredients for the sauce in a small bowl; cover and set aside.

a pretty autumn wreath Today I have a tutorial of sorts to share. It is not a full tutorial because 1. I learned to make the flowers from an already pretty amazing tutorial and 2. I left my camera in Ryan’s truck and was too impatient to wait to put it together until he came home so I don’t have photos of the actual attaching to the wreath phase of the project. Sometimes you just have to go with it when the crafting bug gets you. This wreath is a combination of a regular grape vine wreath you can purchase at the craft store, lots of coffee filter flowers and a few acorn and berry sprigs. Okay, so on with the tutorial. I wanted fall-ish colors for my flowers, so I used yellow, pink, red and orange paint. Mix your paint with water, stir well, scrunch in a stack of coffee filters and let them soak up the paint. I dried some flat on paper towels, but then ran out of room and made a clothes line to dry the rest. Okay, now on to the flower making part. Open up the filters and cut the outer ring open.

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