I have been wanting to make this maple whiskey bbq sauce ever since I first cooked up the paleo bbq sauce a year and a half ago. The day has finally arrived and after winging a

few things, I think it turned out pretty tasty.

What I love about this whiskey bbq sauce is that it’s not just perfect for summer, it’s an all season kind of thing. When I think of the snowy, winter months (although I’m

trying not to) I think of the warmth and richness of whiskey. There are so many things you could do with this maple whiskey bbq sauce that “future ideas” folder on Wunderlist

has been updated quite a bit since I started writing this post.

With just a few ingredients this sweet, yet savory bbq sauce is a new favorite to add to our family’s recipe book. It goes great on ribs and I really like it on the chicken

sandwich I’m eating while I write out this post out.
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نوشته شده توسط copypipizhu1 در پنجشنبه 20 دی 1397
If I owned a brunch spot, this quencher would be on the menu. I posted some photos to my Instagram Stories last week, and wanted to follow up with the recipe. What you see here is a vibrant morning elixir made with homemade goji nectar, coconut water, and a boost of whatever citrus you have on hand. In this case I used blood orange juice. Add a splash of tequila (later in the day), and you've got a nice cocktail on your hands Variable refrigerant volume system. ;)

Goji berries are celebrated for being rich in nutrients, beta-carotene and lycopene. High in anti-oxidants. I like their tartness, and primarily use them as an accent in salads, and grain bowls, or on top of open-faced sandwiches. I also like to make goji tea, and goji nectar on occasion, and that is the base of what you see here weekend market.

The only wildcard you should know about relates to timing. You're going to want to soak your goji berries ahead of time - for a few hours at least, or overnight. After blending, your goji nectar base will keep for a few days, so you can use it in smoothies, cocktails, chia bowls, or whatever else you can dream up employer tax return hk.
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نوشته شده توسط copypipizhu1 در پنجشنبه 20 دی 1397
This isn’t a traditional recipe. This is a quick and dirty (read: easy and yummy) version of a hot soup made with soba noodles topped with deep fried tofu incorporate hong kong company. Putting fried tofu

on top of soba noodle soup makes it kitsune soba. Kitsune means fox in Japanese, and folklore says fox spirits are quite fond of fried tofu, hence the name “fox soba.” It’s

delicious.

I like recipes that are flexible. Once you have the broth, the noodles, and the tofu, you can add whatever else you want on top. I chose to go light and easy, a few fresh pea

shoots and thinly sliced raw carrots. Then I topped everything off with Bull Dog Sauce Floor standing type air conditioner.

I’m pretty sure you’re not supposed to put Bull Dog Sauce on soba noodle soup. But I did, and it was good, and no one yelled at me, so I’m pretty sure you can do it too if

you want. It’s sort of a like a Japanese steak sauce/bbq sauce. There are many different variations, but I used the Fruit and Vegetable Semi-Sweet version. You can find it at

any reasonably stocked asian grocer, or you can get it online here master of fine art hong kong.

So, here’s the thing about my version of kitsune soba. The flavor is anchored in the salty, sweet, gingery broth. The tofu and vegetables are there mostly for contrasts in

color, texture, and temperature. Since everything is presented plain, the broth does most the heavy lifting in the flavor department, but it also allows the raw ingredients to

shine on their own.
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نوشته شده توسط copypipizhu1 در پنجشنبه 6 دی 1397

I've experimented with a good number of gingerbread recipes in the years since I highlighted Regan Daley's Black Sticky Gingerbread. There were single, double, and triple ginger gingerbreads. Cakes that were spice-kissed, and others with experience at first and second base. They're all good, really. But hers is the one I keep coming back to when it counts. And because it has been hiding in the archives for so long, I thought I'd run my updated version today complete with tweaks, and fresh insights Best HVAC.


Back then, here's what I said, "...The Black Sticky Gingerbread comes together like the cake that it is - straight-forward, unfussy, with a bit of kick and attitude. Melt the butter with the sweeteners, stir in a few eggs, fold in the fragrant spices and flour, spike it with some freshly grated ginger, and pour the batter into the prepared pan. The cake is outrageously dark, dense, flavorful, and delicious. Not the prettiest cake you'll ever make, but one of the tastiest. The burnt-caramel-esque crust that forms on the top of the cake is outrageous, and that was the first part of the cake to go."


It all holds true. I'd love to know if any of you give this a try over the holidays, or if you make any personalized tweaks to it offshore company formation!

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I've experimented with a good number of gingerbread recipes in the years since I highlighted Regan Daley's Black Sticky Gingerbread. There were single, double, and triple ginger gingerbreads. Cakes that were spice-kissed, and others with experience at first and second base. They're all good, really. But hers is the one I keep coming back to when it counts. And because it has been hiding in the archives for so long, I thought I'd run my updated version today complete with tweaks, and fresh insights Air Cooled Screw Chiller.


Back then, here's what I said, "...The Black Sticky Gingerbread comes together like the cake that it is - straight-forward, unfussy, with a bit of kick and attitude. Melt the butter with the sweeteners, stir in a few eggs, fold in the fragrant spices and flour, spike it with some freshly grated ginger, and pour the batter into the prepared pan. The cake is outrageously dark, dense, flavorful, and delicious. Not the prettiest cake you'll ever make, but one of the tastiest. The burnt-caramel-esque crust that forms on the top of the cake is outrageous, and that was the first part of the cake to go start business in hong kong."


It all holds true. I'd love to know if any of you give this a try over the holidays, or if you make any personalized tweaks to it av equipment rental!

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نوشته شده توسط copypipizhu1 در جمعه 23 آذر 1397
We're ramping up to peak summer fruit season, aka fruit salad season, here in San Francisco. I stocked up at the weekend market, and had a bonus windfall thanks to this

thoughtful lady. It is fruit madness in the refrigerator. I'm looking at tiny black raspberries, the sweetest blueberries, cherries, peaches, nectarines, strawberries, and

pluots. No complaints.

Those of you who have been reading for a while know I love a quick fruit salad, particularly if it has a little wink, or twist, or surprise. One of my past favorites is this

version made with plump strawberries, sweet cherries, lemon zest, and coriander brown sugar. Today I decided to throw together a new version using lemongrass, lemon and lime

juices, and plenty of mint. Toasted walnuts added a bit of crunch. Give it a try, the honey-lemongrass dressing with mint works not only in this summer version, but with other

fruit combinations as well.

If you live in a more tropical environment, I imagine a pineapple and mango version would be incredible.
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نوشته شده توسط copypipizhu1 در جمعه 16 آذر 1397
We're ramping up to peak summer fruit season, aka fruit salad season, here in San Francisco. I stocked up at the weekend market, and had a bonus windfall thanks to this

thoughtful lady Service apartment. It is fruit madness in the refrigerator. I'm looking at tiny black raspberries, the sweetest blueberries, cherries, peaches, nectarines, strawberries, and

pluots. No complaints Wall mounted type air conditioner.

Those of you who have been reading for a while know I love a quick fruit salad, particularly if it has a little wink, or twist, or surprise. One of my past favorites is this

version made with plump strawberries, sweet cherries, lemon zest, and coriander brown sugar. Today I decided to throw together a new version using lemongrass, lemon and lime

juices, and plenty of mint. Toasted walnuts added a bit of crunch. Give it a try, the honey-lemongrass dressing with mint works not only in this summer version, but with other

fruit combinations as well.

If you live in a more tropical environment, I imagine a pineapple and mango version would be incredible master of biomedical engineering hong kong.
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نوشته شده توسط copypipizhu1 در جمعه 16 آذر 1397

I installed the Dr. Greger's Daily Dozen app on my phone last year, and it was a real eye opener for a few reasons. The app is actually just a simple checklist of ingredients to incorporate in your daily diet - ideally, every day. Beans, berries, spices, nuts, greens, etc. It's actually not simple. The thing that struck me immediately is the way you need to make every meal (and snack) count if you want to check all the boxes. I found that I needed to have more of a plan than my usual "free-style" approach, as well as an evolved arsenal of go-to recipes. So! The first thing I started doing was incorporating meals that were delicious, satisfying, one-bowl "box-checkers", like this soup.


It's a fortifying lentil and tomato-based stew, dotted with plump, tender dumplings, spiked with a range of spices, and boosted with plenty of spinach. It's so delicious, and simple, week-night friendly, and great for leftovers. Also, no shame in using frozen spinach, here. It cuts the already minimal prep time here down to near nothing.


There are a bunch of other whole food plant-based "box checker" recipes here as well, and throughout the archives.

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نوشته شده توسط copypipizhu1 در پنجشنبه 24 آبان 1397
Are you enjoying a summer of slow?

A summer of naps, a summer of lazy, a summer of peaches bitten straight into, leaning over the sink?

Yeah, me neither HKdesign.


We did go away with the kids for a couple of weeks in the Aveyron region, which we adore.

There, we relaxed in the garden hammock (I totally need a hammock of my own now! It’s the best!), screamed in joyful concert with all of France, drove around to visit medieval

castles (there may have been a few toy crossbows involved), took cable car rides from one mountaintop to another, and celebrated my birthday with blueberry tarts and Lunar

eclipses (well, just one of each).

Throughout this though, I confess I haven’t really turned my brain off (is there even an “off” button on there?) as Maxence and I have been planning and coordinating an

apartment renovation from afar, and I have been brewing a bunch of new projects for the fall, scribbling pages of ideas in my notebook (obsessed with this limited-edition copper

Leuchtturm) as they took shape in my mind foreign company registration in hong kong.

That’s not a problem for me though, as I thrive on bubbling ideas and exciting plans, so I’m happy as can be PA rental.

What’s your summer been like so far?
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نوشته شده توسط copypipizhu1 در پنجشنبه 24 آبان 1397
As colder weather settles in, this quick braise of chicken thighs and cabbage wedges in a sweet/sour sauce makes us happy to stay in. Recipe below commercial heat pump systems.

This quick, easy weeknight dish is something I used to make often, years back. Then somehow it fell off my radar—I’m not even sure why. But a week or so ago, we were driving through the Wisconsin countryside, on a chilly, misty day, and we went past a little field of cabbages. Just like that, this dish came back to me master of public health hong kong.

go-to-the-recipeSimple, hearty, satisfying cold-weather fare. At its heart, the dish is simply chicken pieces and wedges of cabbage braised in a mix of liquids and aromatics. You can make it with any bone-in cut of chicken. I’ve also done it with the entire leg joints, and with drumsticks handmade gift.
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