Georgia Peach & Vidalia Onion Hot Sauce with The Red Velvet Top – 5 ounce bottle Market Price $6.99 Our Low Price $5.99 Special Price for 3 Bottles $14.97 - Save $6.00 Bottle Price $4.99 Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $47.88 - Save $36.00 Bottle Price $3.99 Georgia Peach & Vidalia Onion Hot Sauce With The Red Velvet Top - The famous sauce with the red velvet top goes well with all food groups. Fantastic with breakfast dishes such as scrambled eggs. Great on fresh seafood, as a wing sauce or with all meat concepts. This multiple national award winner is flying off the shelves. Awards: 2005 NBBQA Championship - Won 4th Place - Hot Sauce Category 2003 International Scovie Awards - FIRST Place Mild Hot Sauce 2002 Grand Prize Recipe Ingredients Rehoboth Beach Chocolate Festival 2001 International Champion Hot Sauce - National Barbecue Association. 2001 Boston's Pig and Pepper Festival - 2nd Place Hot Sauce 2000 National Fiery Foods Challenge - 3rd Place - Fruit Hot Sauce. 2000 Champion Hot Sauce - Emmaus, Pa.
52 Really High Quality Free Fonts For Modern And Cool Design I am big fan of typography myself and was surprised I haven’t done any good font collection yet! While doing research I was amazed how many really high quality fonts are available for free. And now with Sifr and similar tools you can use any font in your web-design actually, but if you are graphic designer you get even bigger enjoyment through such detailed and beautiful fonts. Balance between readability, elegance and use fonts with artistic approach to get best out of them, really that’s all you need to do. And by the way I am thinking about inspiring and effective typography article in soon future to show you very best examples – stay with us – get inspired and save your time because research has been done already for you!
Sriracha Mac & Cheese It was always a treat when my mom made her TO-DIE-FOR Macaroni & Cheese when we were growing up. My dad (who was always on some type of crazy diet) would always cave and eat her mac & cheese. I mean…how could you not? It’s pure love! My own child? Not a fan. Sexy Bacon Cheeseburgers with Special Sauce Nothing says Friday like a great big, sexy, juicy burger – amirite? This, my friends, is my ultimate burger. It is my masterpiece. It sadly means that I am spoiled for all other burgers. It’s pretty much my idea of heaven. It’s a burger with the works! Unlocking Sony Ericsson Phones ( step by step guid... Sorry for random spaces I have no idea why they have happened can a mod sort this out please ? thanks ukrides. Ok well I haven't seemed to be able to find on this forum how to unlock Sony ericsson phones.
Arnold palmer Cake It’s time, Simba. Finally. FINALLY. You’ve made all your subsequent layers. You’ve graduated to the big leagues, friends, and victory. Victory has never tasted so sweet. The Chic Site One of my favorite things to eat during the summer is a big BBQ spread. Grilled chicken and tri-tip with all the fixings. We can’t forget about the baked beans, that’s the best part. These Slow Cooker Baked Beans are jam-packed with tons of flavor. Maple syrup, brown sugar, bacon and bourbon take them over the edge. They’re the best baked beans you’ll ever eat!
French Bread Pizza- 2 Ways When we were kids, my mom used to buy frozen french bread pizzas with the intention of giving us something to eat while she went out on a date night with my dad. But when you have two growing boys and a daughter who knows her way around a microwave, well…you basically have trouble. My mom would bring a few frozen pizza breads into the house and in a flash they’d be gone. We were sneaky kids! Yesterday, Joy and I got the idea to make some French Bread Pizzas because it’s a versatile way for you to get all your favorite toppings into your mouth on a convienient delivery system—French Bread! It’s also a really great way to customize lunch/dinner for people with different food interests.
Maple & Hazelnut Encrusted Pork Sirloin Tip Roast + A Giveaway Halloween is getting closer, and before I start sharing a few spooky recipes, I wanted to share one last Porktober recipe for the month. This recipe features the delicious sirloin tip roast, a juicy cut of meat from the upper back that is as versatile as it is flavorful. This particular cut does best when cooked slowly, so I roasted it at a lower temperature for a longer period of time. I also salted it and rubbed it down with maple the night before to allow time for the flavor of the two to soak deep into the tissue of the meat. When I was ready to begin cooking, I let the roast rest at room temperature for 40 minutes before placing it in the oven, since a cut of this size will cook more evenly if is has been allowed to come closer to room temperature than if you put it in the oven straightaway from the refrigerator.
Coconut Chai Coffee Cake Coconut Chai Coffee Cake. This recipe had me at Coconut…really. Anything with coconut and I’m ALL IN. Especially when it comes to cakes, rice & bars. 5 Food Blogs I’m Following Now Ho! Ho! Ho! Take a lookie at what Santa’s got in his bag for all of you good little boys and girls in the kitchen. It’s the final look for 2014 at 5 Food Blogs I’m Following Now. Because I’m often asked about new food blogs I’ve discovered, who I’m reading now, and where to find inspiration for great recipes and beautiful food photography, I’m always excited to share a few food bloggers that are favorites in my blog reader.
Bacon Cheddar Waffles There’s one thing we’re guaranteed to have in our freezer besides Freezer Burritos and that item is WAFFLES. It’s one of the most requested breakfasts from our 4 year old. He absolutely adores them and I like making them because they’re super easy and I secretly (not so secretly) like to stockpile them. I feel good about having a surplus of waffles in our freezer.