Spring’s long-awaited produce is making its way to markets, so get ready to celebrate its arrival! Join us for this weekend’s in-store technique classes and learn how to prepare strawberries, peas, asparagus and new potatoes in fresh-tasting dishes that are great for entertaining.
This hour-long technique class is FREE and includes tastings of prepared dishes.
Participants enjoy 10% savings on select same-day store purchases.
Available at all stores; class times vary by store location.
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Update: I have been given a book Discovery Guide to Growing up to giveaway! This would be a great book to set down with your daughter and just share! Hurry I only have one to giveaway! Recently, I was given the opportunity to review a book called, Discovery Girls Guide to Growing up. This book goes into details about what girls need to know about their changing bodies. Of course, this matter can be embarrassing to some, but I feel sharing this book and reading it together can help build a stronger bond between Mom and daughter. The world we live in is getting crazier everyday and I feel a good solid, loving relationship with our kids today is essential. We need to let our kids know, it's ok to ask Mom or Dad any questions and your not alone. Discovery Girls Guide to Growing up is filled with true to life stories, that I am sure many girls will love to read. This book explains everything you need to know in a "straightforward way". It's important that girls realize that they are not the only one's who have crazy emotions, tons of questions about their periods, pimples and bras! It's not a book to give to your daughter to read on her own, its definitely a book to share and in doing so, your daughter will feel more comfortable asking her parents embarrassing questions, instead of just listening to the girls at school, who may not have the correct information! I would definitely recommend reading this book. It's not easy growing up, but its great to know the editors at "Discovery Girls have produced five books packed with real-world practical advice and stories to help girls build the "confidence and resilience" they need to handle those difficult tween years." Be sure to Check out all the books at discoverygirls.com and check out the website. It's where girls today can read about other girls just like them!
"Discovery Girls® Inc. produces an award-winning magazine and books aimed at tween girls. Both magazine and books deliver their best strategies so girls can successfully deal with friendship troubles, embarrassing moments, life's toughest problems, body issues, school pressures and much more. Discovery Girls' goal is to reinforce the power of girls to overcome disappointment, develop positive images about themselves, seek the right kind of help, talk to their parents and learn how to grow from failures". At Frugal Southern Mom, I do product reviews from time to time on my blog. I try to be honest and let everyone know what I think and feel about each product. At times I get to review books. Yes, to your question, I have been given the book to read and this is the only compensation I receive.
No Flat Flakes Here In 1967, Team Kix chose this extremely excited cow to share the news that Kix cereal stays crisper in milk than those flat flakes. If that can’t put a smile on this cow’s face, we’re not sure anything can.
I know I have been bringing you all sorts of healthy sweet recipes, so it is time for a savory one. Almonds have quickly become a staple in this house. I love their versatility. They adapt to any kind of food you are cooking. I am so glad no one in our home has an almond allergy! I know some who do and that would just be awful. Why I love almonds so much? The top reasons: Lower LDL-Cholesterol and Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease Almonds Provide Double-Barreled Protection against Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease Reduced risk of coronary heart disease. Improve Blood Fats Their healthy fats help you lose weight Lowers Risk of Weight Gain Full of Manganese, Copper & Riboflavin—More Help with Energy Production ...Read More
Try these Gluten Free Red Velvet Pancakes for a sweet surprise for your gluten-free Valentine! They're dairy-free, too! Go ahead... indulge ! Author: Gluten Free Gigi Recipe type: Breakfast This recipe is free from: gluten, dairy/casein, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, and corn (if you use a corn-free flour blend and my grain-free baking powder ). Ingredients For the pancakes 1 ½ cups Gigi’s Everyday Gluten-Free Flour Blend (Gum-Free) 2 Tablespoons granulated white sugar (or light brown sugar) 2 Tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder 3 teaspoons baking powder ¼ teaspoon salt 1 egg, beaten ¾ cup dairy-free milk PLUS ½ Tablespoon white vinegar (or buttermilk, if...Read More
Note: Prior to mixing, soak seedless raisins in water for 2 hours. Drain and set aside.
In a mixing bowl, sift flour, sugar, salt and Clabber Girl Baking Powder. Cut in margarine. Stir in raisins and carawy seeds, making sure they are coated with the flour mixture; set aside. In a separate bowl, cream together buttermilk, egg and baking soda. Combine with flour mixture and stir until just moistened. You may need to mix with hands, as the dough will become thick. Turn out onto floured surface and knead only slightly. Mixture may still be a little sticky when you place it onto a cookie sheet to bake. Make a round loaf. Cut a 1/4 to 1/2-inch deep cross on top. Bake at 375°F for 50 to 55 minutes. When done, cover immediately with dishtowel or rub with margarine on all sides in order to give it a tender outer crust. Serve warm with butter or your favorite spread. From the Clabber Girl Recipe Book "RECIPES TO WARM THE HEART" Originally published in "Cooking Down East" by Marjorie Standish.
2 medium carrots, peeled and sliced into 1/4 inch slices
1 16 oz. can of beer (optional)
1 Tablespoon Clabber Girl Corn Starch
additional water to cover, if necessary.
Place the flour in a 1 qt. plastic bag; add cubed lamb and toss to coat. Pour oil in a large saucepan, and brown meat along with onions and garlic. Cook on medium-low heat for about 20 minutes, stirring to keep onions from browning too much. Add 2 cups water, and seasonings. Bring mixture to a boil. Add potatoes, carrots and beer. If liquid does not cover ingredients, add water just to cover. Bring to a boil, then turn heat to simmer and add corn starch. Cook for about 1 hour and 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Serves 4 to 6