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Crock Pot Special

Mar 28

With today’s busy lifestyle, it is hard to keep up with your schedule AND cook a delicious meal. Recently, my wife has used the crock pot to make some fantastic meals. She cooks ribs for about three hours on high in the crock pot and it tenderizes them perfectly. Then remove them from the crock pot and place them in a preheated oven ( 350 degrees). Make sure to add your favorite BBQ sauces and baste them as you normally would. They only need to cook for about two minutes per side. Once the weather clears up, you could always finish them on the grill. They are the most delicious ribs ever! My 17 year old son has proclaimed these ribs to be his favorite meal. Another favorite in our house in London broil. Again, place it in the crock pot for three hours on high and it turns out…

Spring Sports Season

Mar 19

With spring’s warm weather it’s time for that trip to the sporting goods store. Baseball, soccer, lacrosse, and softball are all sports that can involve hard contact to the face. So if you have braces, please ask us for an orthodontic mouth guard (no charge). If you do not have braces, invest in a sports mouth guard from Nike or Shock Doctor. It may help to avoid dental injuries such as a fracture or tooth avulsion.  I also recommend that your league purchase a few Save-A-Tooth kits incase a tooth is accidentally knocked out. Want more information about the Save-A-Tooth kits, refer to my past blog. Now if there is no Save-A-Tooth kit available, the best thing to do with a knocked out tooth is to put it right back in. Do not rinse the tooth before placing it back into the socket. The body will accept the tooth better…

Our Favorite Things

Mar 12

Every year at our annual office Christmas party we like to plan a gift exchange.  This year we decided to do a “Favorite Things” Polyanna.  Everyone was asked to bring three of their favorite things as gifts.  Each gift had to be exactly the same and under $5.   At the party, once everyone arrived, we wrote our name on three slips of paper and dropped them into a bag.  We each then drew three names out of the bag – making sure each name we chose was different and not our own.  The first person kicked it off by standing up and sharing what her gift was and why it was her favorite thing.  She then delivered her gifts to each of the three girls whose name she drew from the bag.   Then the next person stood up, shared her favorite things, and delivered her gifts.  And so on and…

Get Thee to the Kitchen!

Mar 5

Today is your lucky day because I am going to let you all in on my secret family recipe for Jewish Apple Cake.  This fruit filled-filled cake is bound to be a big hit at your next part or event!  I have had many requests for this recipe over the years with many a satisfied customers. Preheat Oven to 350°F Beat together: 4 eggs ½ Cup fresh squeezed orange juice 1 Cup salad oil 2 teaspoons vanilla Add: 3 Cups flour ½ teaspoon salt 2½ teaspoons baking powder 2 Cups sugar Pare and slice very thin 4 large Granny Smith apples. Grease and flour (very well) a Bundt pan. Cinnamon-sugar mixture approx 4 Tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 7.    Put ⅓ batter in pan.  Lay in ½ the apples and sprinkle with ½ of the cinnamon-sugar mixture. Repeat.  Top with the last ⅓ of the batter. 8.    Bake for 1…

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