Some of My Favorite Products

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The BEST balsamic vinegar i personally have ever got….is from Tucson #TucsonOliveCentral & they get their products from Tubac #TubacArizona.
Traditional Dark Aged Balsamic
DELICIOUS! TO DIE FOR!

YELP

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Think Local, Buy Local, Be Local
#QueenCreekOliveMill
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Awesome! Tapenades are great! Asiago one I can’t stop!
Lot’s of good stuff here! To die for
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&
#SchnepfFarm
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Ditto for this farm!
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And CENTO!

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Of course →
Better Than Bouillon
…all of them!
Chicken base, Beef base, Vegetable base, Ham, Au Jus…
They’re on social media sites too.
Packed with flavor!

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I really like products made by Maggi.
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Like the browning seasoning & others…I find most in the Mexican food section.

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Obviously there’s much more!
I felt the need for a spot for this. Although I evidently wasn’t ready and don’t feel like straining my brain on it
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SO….I will be back whenever I use others…to add randomly 😉 as I cook.
There’s sooo many!

Busy today. Still about 113º as I do laundry; using my pool fence for a clothesline…where my bedding is drying INSTANTLY! And Lily keeping me busy. Time flies!
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Himalayan Pink Salt
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Farm to People

There’s SO many unique products from Farm to People that I can’t list them all. Check it out!
Examples:
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Curry kit

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http://www.farmtopeople.com/

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Penzeys Spices 😉

Chimichurri –
WHAT YOU’LL NEED

Equipment-
Blender-
Spatula-
Spoon
Ingredients-
Shallots, minced (2 tablespoons)-
Garlic, minced (3 tablespoons)-
Chili flake (1/4 teaspoon)-
Lemon juice (2 tablespoons)-
Sherry vinegar (2/3 cup)-
Salt (1/2 teaspoon)-
Black pepper (1/4 teaspoon)-
Oregano, fresh (2 tablespoons, roughly chopped)-
Flat leaf parsley, fresh (1 cup, roughly chopped)-
Basil, fresh (1 bunch)-
Olive oil (1/3 cup)

THE STEPS

1. Add all of the ingredients to a blender. Cover and begin to pulse to slowly. Stop every so often to press the ingredients down toward the blade with a spoon or spatula. Continue to pulse until the mixture is well incorporated, but not puréed.00:252. Taste the sauce and adjust the seasoning as necessary

Creole seasoning

Ingredients

2 1/2 tablespoons paprika
2 tablespoons salt
2 tablespoons garlic powder
1 tablespoon black pepper
1 tablespoon onion powder
1 tablespoon cayenne pepper
1 tablespoon dried oregano
1 tablespoon dried thyme

Directions

Combine all ingredients thoroughly.

About this Recipe

Recipe from New New Orleans Cooking, by Emeril Lagasse

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