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Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Preserved Limes part 2

It has been 30 days since I prepared my limes. I moved my jar of preserved limes to the refrigerator. Before I did that I opened the jar, pulled out 2 wedges and a whole lime to puree. I put that into a small jar and cut the other limes completely into wedges and added them to a jelly jar with the brine. Just like with the lemons, the rind is now edible due to the preserving process. It’s up to you whether or not you want to use the flesh. It’s mushy so depending on what meal you are needing the lime for will be a factor it this.

Preserved Limes 30 Days
As you can see the skin is no longer a dark green color. The preserving process made the limes a brighter color. I cut a small piece of the rind from one of the limes. I knew they were thoroughly preserved because the rind was soft. As for the rind, when you are ready to use some in a meal, take out all the wedges you will need out of the jar, and rinse it off REALLY GOOD under cool water. You can thinly slice it and chop up however much you need. Again you can decide if you want to use the flesh part or just discard it.There are several ways to use preserved limes that I will list below.

Preserved Lime puree
When I made the puree I did not rinse the salt brine off of these limes. I just blended the wedges in my food processor (rind and all). The result was a nice puree of salty lime paste/pulp to use by little bits at a time in different things. The reason I did not rinse these is that I plan to use it for meals that salt will be needed anyway. I just won’t be putting salt in during cooking because the salt in this is plenty enough. Here are some different ideas and ways to use these limes:

Individual Wedges:
* Use when roasting meats
* Add to fajita or taco meat
* Make Salsa
* Eat with meats like fish, lamb, chicken
* Chop up to use in pasta, rice, or quinoa
* Add to taco salad
* Chop and use in place of lime zest in recipes
* Make lime flavored yogurt

Puree:
* Use when making marinades
* Blend into vinaigrettes
* Use in dips like guacamole, black bean hummus, etc.
* Make compound or spreadable butters (aka flavored butter)
* Make Garlic Lime Aoili
* Make Pico de Gallo
* Make spreadable butters
* Use in a sauce for grilled fish/seafood
* Stir into cooked chili, soups, or stews

If you happened to have any preserved liquid left after using up the limes, the liquid should be thrown out or used as a liquid in something you are cooking. Be careful not to add any more salt than needed to the dish. I would not recommend preserved limes as safe for those with salt restricted diets, or needing to watch their sodium intake.

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Saturday, May 5, 2018

My 2nd Walmart Beauty Box (Winner has been Chosen)

Beauty Box~Walmart.com
I’m back to share with you another Walmart Beauty Box. These boxes only come seasonally and must be purchased online for a total of $5. Last time I had wandered about recurring charges to get this next box. Well I did not have to go to the website to order again for this box. I received an email notification that this box was about to be shipped, and all I had to do was make sure my stored information on my account was correct. Once it arrives there is plastic wrapped around that colorful cardboard box you see above. The box measures 5 3/4” x 8 3/4” long. I opened it up and this is what you see next:

Spring Walmart Beauty Box
First (pic on the left) is a card that says “celebrate you beauty” on it. When you open the box the card sits on top of a colorful/decorative paper. Next when you open that (pic on the right) you can see all the contents inside. Let’s take a closer look at the contents inside this box.

Inside the Walmart Beauty Box
Here’s a list of the contents:

* A coupon for a FREE box of Clairol Nice ‘N Easy Hair Color (up to $8.99). Also came with a white elastic hair ribbon with Clairol written across it.
* 1.7 FL oz. Aussie Moist 3 Minute Miracle (Deep Conditioner)
* 0.35 oz. Acai Berry Revitalizing Sleeping Mask (brightens + renews the skin)
* 2 FL oz. Jergens Natural Glow Wet Skin Moisturizer (for: Fair to Medium Skin Tone)
* 0.85 oz. Hello Activated Charcoal toothpaste  (fresh mint + coconut oil, natural whitening/detoxifier and fluoride free)
* 2.6 oz Degree Motion Sense Deodorant (Ultraclear Black+White invisible solid—anti yellow stains & anti white marks)
* 0.86 oz. Aquaphor Ointment Body Spray (This product was also in my other beauty box)
* 2 FL oz. Softsoap earth blends Body Wash (Coconut & Fig—-paraben, alcohol, and dye-free)

I have seen a few of these products at Walmart recently so I know the samples can be purchased in full sizes. I have used Aussie Moist Conditioner in my hair for several years now. I will definitely put the 3 minute miracle sample to good use. I LOVE the smell of Aussie Moist products :)

I had a bad experience with the citrus deodorant I was sent last time. I wore it a couple of time. Each time I put it on it made my arm pits itch and break out :( I had high hopes for it since it went on clear but I can’t use it now. I hope this Degree does me right because I love the scent. I’m glad to get another mask to try out. I enjoyed the Brightening Peeling Gel I got last time. I also love good smelling body washes and can’t wait to try the Softsoap Earth Blends.

Now for the giveaway. I don’t color my hair so the Clairol coupon needs a new home. If you are reading this and would like a FREE box of the hair color, I would be more than happy to mail the coupon to you. The first one to ask can have it. I’ll just need your email so I can contact you to find out where to send it to. Hurry because the coupon expires 5/30/18.

I can’t wait to see what they have to offer in the Summer beauty box. I hope that by sharing this it will help anyone who may be wondering if it is worth the $5. Thank you for reading. Until next time have a blessed day.


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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Preserved Limes Part 1

Preserving Limes
Recently I shared how I learned that lemons can be preserved to have on hand for use all year long. I was happy to learn that you can do the same with limes. For this first post I will share how to get them prepared. To get this started here is what you will need:

8-10 Fresh Limes
1/4 cup (or more) Kosher or Coarse Sea Salt (do NOT use a salt with Iodine in it)
Quart sized canning jar (Sterilized)

Preserved Limes
First you need to thoroughly rinse and scrub the outside of your limes clean (I like using a homemade fruit and vegetable spray on mine). Pat each one dry. With clean hands cut the very tips off all but a few of the limes (reserve some to juice). Cut each lime into quarters (or cut until almost sliced through but leave intact). Next you want to put about a Tbsp. of the salt at the bottom of your clean and sterilized jar. Start adding plenty of salt inside the open parts of the limes (use a bowl to do this). Put the limes inside the jar. You can sprinkle more salt on the limes as you add them in. Be sure to pack the jar tight by pushing down on the limes with a wooden spoon to release some of its juices. Once you reach the top you need to add another Tbsp. of salt on top. You should see some lime juice in your jar. Now take those reserved limes and juice them so you can add that juice to your jar. You want enough juice to reach the top of your limes.

Preserved Limes (DIY)
Last you should use a clean towel to wipe around the rim of your jar and put the lid on top. Sit this on the counter for up to 30 days to ferment. You should pick up your jar and give it a little shake every now and then to be sure it’s all mixed. There is NO need to refrigerate this until it has finished the fermenting process. I will come back with part 2 to share how my lemons turned out after 20-30 days, and talk about different ways they can be used.

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Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Batch {Bulk} Cooking with Pasta Sauce

Pasta Sauce
I love making my own pasta sauce. To me the flavors are much better than any that I’ve bought off the store shelves. I normally make a double batch of it in my crockpot. This time around I decided to use a new friend: my Instant Pot to do the job much quicker. All I had to do was hit the saute button on the Instant Pot, add some EVOO to cover the bottom, then start sauteing the meat and veggies til done. If there is excess grease you just drain it and put the inner pot back in and add the rest of your ingredients. I set it on High pressure for 10 minutes and did a 5 minute NR then QR to let out the remaining steam. The results were not a disappointment :-)

Homemade Meat Pasta Sauce
I hope you check out my pasta sauce recipe here on the blog. It is totally customize-able to suit your own taste. In the ending note of the recipe I do share how to make it meatless as well as other things I do to sneak in more nutritious ingredients. Here are some different ways the pasta sauce can be enjoyed...

Ideas for Meat Pasta Sauce:

* Spaghetti
* Lasagna
* Lasagna Soup
* Use as a base for chili
* Serve over Spaghetti Squash
* Italian Stuffed Shells
* Stuffed Bell Peppers
* Baked Ziti
* Ravioli
* Calazones
* Baked Spaghetti Pie
* Stuffed Zucchini Boats
* Italian Sloppy Joes with Mozzarella Cheese
* Homemade Pizza
* English Muffin mini Pizzas
* French Bread Pizza Boats

Ideas for Meatless Pasta Sauce:

* Chicken Cacciatore
* Chicken Parmesan
* Ratatouille
* Chili
* Pita Bread Pizzas
* Homemade Pizza
* Use an immersion (stick) blender to smooth out and use as a marinara type dipping sauce. YUM!

No need to buy pasta sauce for different things if you already have some on hand. Are there any other tasty ideas for using pasta sauce that I didn’t list? Feel free to share them with me.

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Tuesday, April 3, 2018

DIY Spreadable Butter

Spreadable Butter
DIY Basic Spreadable Butter

Ingredients:
2 sticks of real butter (1 cup), softened to room temp. (I use 1 unsalted and 1 salted, but use your preference)
1/2 cup flavorless/light oil (EVOO, Grapeseed, Avocado, Canola, ect.)
1/4 tsp. sea salt (not pictured)
1/4 cup. cold heavy cream (optional- not pictured)

Directions:
In a medium bowl add the softened butter. With a food processor, mixer, or hand held blender stick, whip the butter to make it smooth (can take a minute). Add oil of choice (you can use a 1/2 and 1/2 mixture of the oils), salt, and thoroughly mix with butter until well blended (about a minute). Finally, add in the cold heavy cream and blend for a few seconds. Pour butter mixture into a container and close with an airtight lid. Your butter may look a little runny at this point. The butter spread needs to sit in the refrigerator for a few hours to come together.

When ready to use, choose a butter knife to get out the desired amount. If your bread is hot or warm the butter will melt perfectly. If you find that your butter is not as soft as you'd like, just let it soften up on the counter a little then spread onto your bread/rolls as usual. This butter will last in the fridge for a couple of months. As you can see making spreadable butter only requires 2 parts butter and 1 part oil with another ingredient or two in the mix. This is so easy to make and you can add different flavors to your butter as well (see below).

I recently showed you how I made Lemon Herb Compound Butter. Now let me show you how I turned it into a spreadable butter using the recipe above as my guide.

Lemon Herb Butter Spread
Lemon Herb Spreadable Butter

Ingredients:
1 stick Lemon Herb Butter (1/2 cup), softened to room temp.
1/4 cup of oil flavorless/light oil (I used my Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil)
1/2 tsp. Preserved Lemon Puree
1 –2 Tbsp. cold heavy cream (optional)

Directions:
In a medium bowl add the softened butter. With a food processor, mixer, or hand held blender stick, whip the butter to make it smooth. Add oil of choice, Preserved Lemon Puree (see note below), and thoroughly mix with butter until well blended (about 1 minute). Finally, add in the cold heavy cream and blend for a few more seconds. Pour butter mixture into a container and close with an airtight lid. My butter looked a little runny at first so I sat it in the refrigerator for an hour or two to come together.

Lemon Herb Spreadable Butter
Notes: I did not use any salt in this butter since my Preserved Lemon Puree already has enough salt in it. If you don’t have preserved lemons you can add some packets of True Lemon crystals if you have that on hand. At first, I made compound butter but decided to go ahead and turn it into an easy butter spread that would go further. We enjoyed this spreadable butter over our dinner rolls during our Easter dinner.

DIY Spreadable Butter
Do you often spend money on spreadable butter? Have you tried making it yourself? You can save money by coming up with so many of your own different sweet or savory flavors. Some of our favorites are Garlic Herb, Lemon Herb, Goat Cheese and Chive, Parmesan and Pesto, chocolate butter made with Nutella, honey butter, cinnamon honey butter, or adding fruit jams for a fruit flavored butter. Why settle for plain butter when you can come up with so many flavors? Take your veggies, meats, muffins, pancakes, sweet breads, and bagels to the next level of yumminess!

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Monday, April 2, 2018

Uses for Leftover Boiled & Deviled Eggs

Hard Boiled Eggs
If you love hard boiled eggs, you will love the many ways they are useful. Here are a few different things to make when you have too many hard-boiled eggs on hand:

* Deviled Eggs (see recipe below)
* Egg Salad
* Potato Salad
* Cobb or Chef Salad
* Tuna Salad
* Make Scotch Eggs
* Make Pickled Eggs
* Slice in half and eat on top of Ramen Noodles
* Put a few whole ones inside of meatloaf before cooking it (when you slice the meat there will be slices of boiled egg in the center)

Now for a bonus recipe. You can adjust the seasonings to your liking but this is how we enjoy our eggs.

Deviled Eggs
Southern Style Deviled Eggs

Ingredients:
12 hard boiled eggs
1 Tbsp. Yellow or Dijon Mustard
3-4 Tbsp. Mayo
1/4 cup sweet or dill pickled relish (or do a mix of 1/2 dill and 1/2 sweet relish)
1/4 tsp. onion powder
1/4 tsp. salt
1/8 tsp. pepper
paprika for garnish (optional)

Directions:
Peel and cut 12 hard boiled eggs in half. Lay them on a dish, plate, or any pan. Plop out yolks into a medium size bowl. Mash them up into fine crumbs. Add in all the other ingredients except paprika. Mix well then fill each egg half with the filling. Sprinkle paprika on top of each egg and transfer them to an egg dish. Cover with plastic wrap to chill before serving.

For a twist on these eggs. Try out my Curried Deviled Eggs.

If you have too many leftover deviled eggs, or you are just looking for something new. Try out these tasty ideas:

* Egg Salad sandwiches
* Tuna Salad sandwiches
* Chicken Salad sandwiches
* Ham Salad sandwiches
* Use to make Macaroni Salad
* Use to make Potato Salad
* Add to a Chef Salad
* Chop up and eat on top of crackers

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Saturday, March 31, 2018

Easy Lemon Herb Butter

Lemon Herb Butter

Easy Lemon Herb Butter

Ingredients:
1 stick unsalted butter (1/2 cup), softened
1/4 tsp. dried thyme
1/4 tsp. dried parsley flakes
1 tsp. Preserved Lemon Puree
Ground black pepper
Saran Wrap (small piece to wrap butter in)

Directions:
In a small bowl mash up the softened butter. Add in the herbs, Preserved Lemon Puree, and a few shakes of ground black pepper from your pepper container. Thoroughly mix together until well blended. Pour butter mixture in the middle of your plastic wrap. Careful roll and mold the butter up into a log shape. Twist the ends of plastic wrap and store in the refrigerator on a saucer/small plate to harden.

When ready to use just slice, as usual, to add to a meal or let soften up on the counter to spread on your bread/rolls.

Lemon Herb Compound Butter
Notes: I did not use salted butter in this since my Preserved Lemon Puree already has enough salt in it. For maximum flavor, it is best to make this a day ahead to let all the flavors come together. If I had some True Lemon crystals on hand, I would have used a packet in this as well to amp up the lemon flavor. We are eating this compound butter on some dinner rolls for our Easter dinner.

DIY Lemon Herb Butter
Do you like compound butters? Have you tried to make your own in different flavors? I have been making savory and sweet compound butter creations for the past few years. They really add some pizzazz to anything you are eating. One of our favorite sweet creations is to add some Nutella to a stick of softened salted butter. This is an easy way to make Chocolate Butter. It takes great on muffins, pancakes, sweet breads, bagels, ect.

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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Preserved Lemons (Part 2)

It has been 30 days since I prepared my lemons. Over the weekend my jars of preserved lemons were moved to the refrigerator. Before I did that I opened one of the 3 jars to check out the end results. Everything looked good. There were no signs of mold or anything so we were good to go. The rind is the star of these beauties. That’s the part that is now edible due to the preserving process. It’s up to you whether or not you want to use the flesh. It’s mushy so depending on what meal you are needing the lemon for will be a factor it this. There are many ways to use to use preserved lemons that I will list below.

Preserved Lemons 30 days
I cut a small piece of the rind from one of the lemons. Sure enough, it was thoroughly preserved because the rind was soft. What I tasted was a VERY SALTY but pleasant lemony taste. It was no longer bitter. It took in all that salt I put in the jar, so I can see why you need to rinse these off before using. Again you can decide if you want to use the flesh part or just discard it. As for the rind, when you are ready to use some in a meal, take out all the slices you will need out of the jar and rinse it off REALLY GOOD under cool water. You can thinly slice it or chop up however much you need. I decided to make one of those 3 jars into a puree (the one I had already opened).

Preserved Lemon Puree
I did not rinse the salt brine off of these lemons. I just carefully took out the seeds and blended the whole lemon slices in my food processor (rind and all). The result was a nice puree of salty lemon paste/pulp to use by little spoonfuls in different things. The reason I did not rinse these is that I plan to use it for meals that salt will be needed anyway. That means I won’t be putting salt in during the cooking because the salt in this is plenty enough. Since I did not add any other flavors to the lemons when preserving, I can use them in sweet or savory recipes. So far I have used the puree in some black bean hummus and lemon aioli. I make tilapia and asparagus foil packets with some of the preserved lemon slices. I did not add any salt, and my family agreed it was not needed.

Preserved Lemons
Here are some different ideas and ways to use these lemons:

Individual Slices:
* Use when roasting a whole chicken (place under the skin or inside of chicken)
* Use when roasting veggies like Brussel Sprouts, asparagus, etc.
* Put with steamed veggies like broccoli, green peas, or green beans
* Make foil packet meals (put on top of meat and veggies while cooking)
* Eat with meats like fish, lamb, chicken
* Chop up to use in pasta, rice, risotto, couscous, quinoa, or a pilaf
* Chop and add to fruit salads
* Chop or slice thin to add to quick breads, cakes, cookies, muffins, or other sweet dishes.
* Add to salads
* Use in place of lemon zest in recipes

Puree:
* Use when making marinades
* Blend into salad dressings (like vinaigrettes)
* Use in dips like guacamole, hummus, etc.
* Mix with garlic and butter for eating lobster or cooked artichokes
* Make lemon flavored yogurt
* Make homemade mayo
* Make compound butters (aka flavored butter)
* Use in a sauce for grilled fish/seafood and other grilled meats (like aioli or pesto)
* Stir into cooked veggies, broth soups, or stews
* Stir in grain (rice) bowls

These preserved lemons turned out so well I think I’ll preserve a bunch of limes too. I know those will be tasty in many things as well. If you happened to have any preserved liquid left after using up the lemons, the liquid should be thrown out or used as a liquid in something you are cooking. Be careful not to add any more salt than needed to the dish because there is already plenty there. I would not recommend preserved lemons being safe to use with people who have restricted diets and need to watch their sodium intake.

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Monday, March 19, 2018

Ideas for leftover Corned Beef

My family and I are not big on celebrating St. Patrick’s Day like a lot of people do. I do love getting to see people walking around wearing one of my favorite colors (green) though :) We homeschool our son and he has learned so much about the history of this day through online research, books, educational videos, lapbooks, ect. During the week of St. Patties Day I love  having a good excuse to buy us some corned beef. Do you like corned beef? Have you ever had it? I didn’t know what I was missing until I cooked Corned Beef and Cabbage for us the first time. I even have a crockpot recipe for it here on the blog.


This time around I got to use my Instant Pot. My oh my! It was all that and a bag of chips. Something about that Instant Pot and what it does to the flavor of meat; WOW!!! I can’t explain it but the meat comes out perfect every time. Now let me tell you, corned beef only lasts a couple of days around here. Through some searching I found there are many delicious ways you can enjoy the leftover meat. The best way to store your leftovers in the fridge is in an airtight sealed container. Pour just a little of that good ole broth (it cooked in) on top as well to keep it moist. Here are some ways to enjoy those leftovers:

Sliced Meat Pieces:
* Reuben Sandwiches/slidders
* Reuben Sandwich Melt
* Reuben Quesidillas with Thousand Island dressing
* Reuben Crescents
* Grilled Cheese sandwich with caramelized onions and corned beef
* Corned Beef hash and egg sandwich

Chopped, Strips, or Cubed Meat Pieces:
* Corned Beef and Cabbage Casserole
* Reuben Noodle Casserole
* Corned Beef and Cabbage Soup
* Corned Beef and Cabbage Chowder
* Corned Beef and Cabbage Stir-fry
* Corned Beef and Cabbage Rolls (made like cabbage rolls)
* Corned Beef and Cabbage hash (can also put fried egg on top)
* Corned Beef eggs Benedict
* Corned Beef muffins (savory)
* Reuben Pasta Salad
* Reuben Dip (serve with crackers, rye bread pieces, ect.)

These tasty ideas to stretch or use up any leftover corned beef makes me want to buy it more often. Are there any other ideas that I didn’t list? Feel free to tell me about them.

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Tuesday, March 13, 2018

My 1st Walmart Beauty Box

Last month I ordered the Walmart Beauty Box that is offered online for $5. It comes from beautybox.walmart.com Their beauty boxes are seasonal rather than monthly. From what I could see it does not look like this is a recurring charge. I think I’ll have to go to the website to order again if I want the next box. Let me show you how it looked when I got it.

Beauty Box from Walmart.com
My box arrived by USPS within a few weeks of purchase. After opening the outer cardboard box this is the box that was inside. It measures 5 3/4” x 8 3/4” long. I opened it up and this is what you see next:

Walmart Beauty Box
First (pic on the left) is a card that says “celebrate you beauty” on it. It sits on top of a decorative paper. Next when you open that (pic on the right) you can see all the contents inside. Now let me walk you through what’s inside this box.

Contents of Walmart Beauty Box
Here is the list of contents:

* A sample of Shea Moisture Curl & Shine Shampoo and Curl Enhancing Smoothie
* 0.35 oz. Purifying Brightening Peeling Gel
* 0.75 oz Gold Bond radiance renewal hydrating cream
* 2.3 oz Soft & Dry Sparkling Citrus deodorant (aluminum free)
* 0.86 oz. Aquaphor Ointment Body Spray (with an ad showing it in use)
* 2 oz. Village Naturals Therapy Aches + Pains Muscle Relief (mineral bath soak)

I have seen most of the products at Walmart on recent shopping trips so I know they can be purchased in full sizes. I have use the Shea Moisture products on my hair in the past so I already knew I would use the sample packs. These come from the Coconut & Hibiscus line. If you don’t enjoy the smell of coconut be warned. It has a strong coconutty smell in which I nor my hubby don’t mind :)

The Aquaphor Ointment Body Spray is one I have not used. I have used the ointment in the jar several times but the spray is taking me time to get used to. It is COLD when sprayed on the body. I have to be sure I’m not in a cold room when I use it :(

I like the smell of the deodorant and the fact it goes on clear. This and the Brightening Peeling Gel was the only full size products I saw in the box. I may buy the next box just to see what they have to offer. I hope that by sharing this it will help anyone who may be wondering if it is worth the $5. Thank you for reading. Until next time have a blessed day.


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