Your coffee maker could be killing you. Well it is if your morning cup of coffee is a matter of life and death and you have a filthy coffee maker. When was the last time you thoroughly cleaned your coffee maker? Washing the pot is important but getting the internal components of a coffee maker clean is a task that shouldn’t be skipped. Did you even know that you were supposed to clean it? A clean coffee maker can be the difference between a good cup of coffee and a nasty cup of sludge.
If you haven't noticed we have redesigned our website. We would like to give a shout out to the company that helped out with our web design state college pa. We are happy with how it came out. The best part of it is that we can now make little changes much easier than before. The content management system is so easy to use.
Inside kelly's kitchen could not have gotten as far as it did without all of the search engine optimization help from SEO State College. They helped us with our page design, on site advertising, and also our image optimization.
I was at work today when someone told me it was National Peanut Butter Lover's Day. WHAT?! I never knew there was such a thing! Immediately, I determined that I would need to include some of the creamy deliciousness into my day. Lunch was already at work with me, so I started brainstorming dinner ideas that I could make with peanut butter. I was thinking something along the lines of a chicken dish using chunky peanut butter and liquid aminos to make a sauce or a salad with a Thai peanut dressing, but I ended up going a totally different route....
That's right, folks, today was National French Toast Day! I don't know about you, but I really enjoy French toast.
First, a little history lesson: While the actual origin of French Toast (a.k.a. eggy bread, moelet bread, or gypsy toast) is unknown, there are recipes that date back to the sixteenth century in Europe. In England, French toast was known as "poor knight's pudding" because it was a simple, inexpensive dish that even a knight with no money could afford. In France, it was called "pan perdu" or lost bread, because it was a way of using lost or stale bread.
You're probably looking at the picture above and thinking, "That lady is a crazy....she posted a picture of a bagel, not a vegetable". It would appear that way (and, indeed, I may be a little crazy), but that bagel is actually a Cauliflower Bagel! So the cat's out of the bag as to what my new favorite veggie is: CAULIFLOWER.
I think that most of us can appreciate a good burger every now and then. Today I was in the mood for just that, so I created a recipe for Mini Sliders with Mushroom Relish. Of course, you're probably all thinking that there'd be no bun included with a burger while trying to eat healthy, right? WRONG!!
I was at The Nittany Lion Inn for a baby shower today and they always have a huge basket of complementary apples in the lobby, so I grabbed one on my way out the door. I love baked apples, but I was getting a little bored with the normal cinnamon or apple pie type of flavoring I usually go with. So, tonight I decided to get a little spicy and OH MY GOODNESS, I think I've created a slice of Chai spiced heaven!!!
Tonight's dessert was another experiemental kitchen concoction....and it turned out delicious! I had decided earlier in the day that I needed to get rid of some of the pears that had been in our fruit bin for far too long so they were gonna be on the menu. I didn't know what I was going to do with them. Baked pears or pear crisp were the most obvious option, but I wanted something a little more exciting. I call this one Vanilla Mint Pears.