Vegetarian Neat Loaf

Vegetarian Neat Loaf

This vegetarian 'Neat Loaf' is so tasty that my daughter will often beg me to make it. It's super easy to make and has less than 8 grams of saturated fat in the entire thing! A great option for those trying to keep things lean, but high protein. (Hey, that rhymed!)

It's a mixture of cereal, walnuts, cottage cheese, eggs & onion mix that comes together into something that is so addicting, even meat lovers will be having seconds and thirds. 

Here's the nitty gritty:

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Vintage Folding Sports Glass Binoculars

Vintage Folding Sports Glass Binoculars

These awesome and very retro 'sports glass' binoculars are perfect for scoping birds or cute surfers out at the beach. Popular in the 60's, these 'sports glasses' have a 2.5X magnification and fold up to fit nicely in a purse. Great for Palm Springs, Vintage parties, or just looking cool.

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Vintage Beaded Easter Ornaments

Vintage Beaded Easter Ornaments Walco
Beautiful vintage beaded Easter ornaments! These ornaments were most likely created from 'beaded kits' from Walco (LeeWards and   Sulyn were the other bead kit companies). During the Depression, beads were an inexpensive and Bead Crafting was marketed to both adults and children. It was a cheap, yet fun time consuming hobby that produced beautiful results.
 
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Easy Irish Soda Bread

Easy Irish Soda Bread
In continuing with our St.Patrick's Day Irish themed food series, here is a super easy recipe for Irish Soda Bread. You may mix and knead the bread by hand, but if you have a stand up Kitchenaid mixer, I really recommend using it as this recipe will only take you about 10 minutes.  I cranked out 6 loaves the other day under 40 minutes.
 
Original recipe makes two 3/4 # loaves
 
 4 cups all-purpose flour
 4 tablespoons white sugar
 1 teaspoon baking soda
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Irish Jalapeño Jelly

jalapeno jelly for st. patrick's day
 
Ahh, St. Patrick's Day is almost upon us! I love making this hot jalapeno jelly every year to give out to friends and neighbors. Are jalapenos Irish? Nope - not in the least, but as a native San Diegan it's my way of bringing my south of the border flavor to my Irish heritage. Plus, who doesn't love green jalapeno jelly smothered on top of cream cheese and served with crackers? 
 
This recipe uses jalapeno peppers only (no bell peppers!)  I prefer leaving a few seeds or so on each pepper as that is what gives it an amazing spice kick.
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Easy Mini Popovers

Easy Mini Popovers with parmesean

These are excellent for parties as an appetizer. Great by themselves or serve with a  little jam! I used parmesean per original recipe, but you can also change up the cheese and use a hard cheddar or a swiss emmental cheese. The trick to making these is greasing your mini-cupcake pan really well! 

Ingredients

2 large eggs

1 1/4 cup milk

1 cup all-purpose flour

3/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese (fresh grated is best)

2 T olive oil

1/2 tsp salt

1/2 tsp coarsely ground pepper

 

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