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Warm up with a bowl of and Wild , it's filling, tasty and easy to make boneless halves low-fat Greek whipping




Healthiest root you can include in your : 1. As an excellent source of vitamin A, carrots are extremely beneficial for your eyes. And recent studies show that regular consumption of carrots is of great help for proper function of your lungs. 2. Bu…













I will neither confirm nor deny that I tried to put the carrot downtown and was shamed out of it by my 4 year old niece.







Copper Pennies are an old recipe that makes a great marinated carrot dish. They are tasty hot or cold.



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Copper Pennies (los peniques de cobre) son una antigua receta para un gran plato de zanahoria marinada. Se puede servir caliente o frío.



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Nature knows best! are a great way to keep your clean and healthy in the most natural way possible.




Nature knows best! are a great way to keep your clean and healthy in the most natural way possible.




Nature knows best! are a great way to keep your clean and healthy in the most natural way possible.







Feed your kids loving food. That is not to say they won't indulge in treats but what you feed them, they will eat later in life My daughters chosen fruit salad









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Potatoe Carrots mash with vegan soy schnitzels 😋😊

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Just playin’ around with some new Aha! Bowls ideas at The Shack. Pick some up today as part of your Winter Storm Prep.
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This Vegan Bowl has Chickpeas, Cumin Roasted Carrots, Collard Greens, Peas, Green Beans, Screamin’ Onionz Mild, Parsley, Chives, Dill and Roasted Tomato Vinaigrette. Insanely Delicious!!.
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Everything we make is Thoughtfully Prepared and made in house.(beans, grains, vinaigrette). Each ingredient is treated well individually then brought together to bring out their best qualities.
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#ahabowls #AmericanHealthyAppetite #mealprep #freshlymade #screaminonionz #onionzon #poughkeepsie #hudsonvalley #collardgreens #greenbeans #carrots #roastedtomatoes #vegan #vegetarian (at The Shack)
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#feelgoodbeverage #loveflemington #flemington #kombuchaaddict #thekombuchabarnj #yourdailyprobiotic #6bloomfieldave #carrots #beets #coldpressedjuice #smallbusiness #newhope #kombuchaflemington #lambertville #ginger #guthealth (at The Kombucha Bar LLC)
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these kids in the atrium are passionately arguing about if pepper is a fruit and up to five guys have now gotten involved I am HERE for this drama

Rabbit Carrot Cotton Fleece Hoodie✨🐰✨ Maybe you will be more interested in carrots.🥕😉 If you like, you can click on our website.🖱 🛒Shop at bio link! Product ID: MK0955 From Instagram

my favorite pointless fact is that carrots don’t actually improve your eyesight. in ww ll, the americans developed radar technology, but we didn’t want the germans to know. so we start putting out war propoganda about how many carrots our soldiers eat and how it’s good for your eyesight. eventually the americans shot down a ship in the night, and they realized it wasn’t the carrots.

Baguette-Topped Beef Stew
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I am so not a fan of the cold weather but there are fringe benefits, like this delicious and warming Baguette-Topped Beef Stew. It’s the perfect antidote to chilly nights!

In all honesty, stew has not always been my best buddy. I know it’s always talked about as a comfort food, but to me, it hasn’t been all that comforting, more of a bland and kind of goopy experience, with over cooked veggies and tough cubes of meat. So I was a little skeptical when I first saw this recipe but the shingled, crispy-looking baguette slices got the better of my curiosity and now YUM!! Stew and I are friends again!


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Tender fall-apart beef, just-right cooked carrots, peas and mushrooms and a rich and flavorful broth that goes a long way to soothe a cold and hungry soul, this stew is most definitely comforting but the Parmesan topped rounds of fresh baguette that get just the right amount of soggy while still maintaining the right amount of crunch, keep this dish miles away from ordinary.


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And then there’s the visual appeal—reminds me of the way dominoes fall if you line ‘em up just right. Definitely earned some oohs and aahs when it appeared on the table!

Though I wouldn’t advise trying to whip this up on a busy night (it’s not difficult, but there are a few steps involved) the whole thing is made in one skillet, so the clean up is a breeze!


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So much to love! I’m officially back on the stew bandwagon and after one bite, you will be too! Stay warm!


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Baguette-Topped Beef Stew

Makes 6 generous servings

Prep Time:  30-40 minutes: Cook Time:  1 hour and 30 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 pounds boneless beef chuck-eye roast, trimmed of fat and cut into cubes

  • Salt and pepper for seasoning

  • 3 tablespoons vegetable oil, divided

  • 4 carrots, peeled and cut into small chunks

  • 8 ounces mushrooms, trimmed and cut into quarters

  • 1 large onion, finely chopped

  • 2 tablespoons tomato paste

  • 4 garlic cloves, minced

  • 3 tablespoons unbleached, all-purpose flour

  • ½ cup Marsala or red wine

  • 2 ½ cups beef broth

  • 16 ounce bag frozen peas

  • 1 large baguette sliced into ½ thick slices (don’t use the ends)

  • About ½ cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese

The Recipe

1.  Make sure oven rack is centered and preheat to 400 F. Pt beef cubes dry with paper towels and season with salt and pepper. Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a large, deep heavyweight, oven-proof skillet over medium-high heat. When oil is very hot, add beef and cook until well browned on all sides (you might have to do this in 2 batches depending on the size of your pan). Use a slotted spoon to transfer meat to a bowl.

2.  Add carrots, mushrooms and onion to fat left in pan and cook over medium heat for about 6-7 minutes, until softened and lightly browned. Add in tomato paste and garlic and stir constantly for 1 minute. Then add in flour and stir for 1 minute. Pour in wine, stir and then let cook for a few minutes, until liquid is almost totally gone. Slowly stir in broth, scraping up any browned bits. Bring to a simmer, add the beef back in and stir well. Cover the pan and place in the oven. (If you don’t have a large, deep skillet with a lid that is oven-safe, you can transfer the mixture to large baking dish at this point and cover with a lid or aluminum foil.) Let cook about 1 hour until beef is completely tender, stirring halfway through the process. 

3.  Remove from oven and stir in the peas. Taste and season with salt and pepper.   Raise the oven rack and preheat the broiler.

4.  Use the remaining oil to brush one side of the bread slices and season with a dash of salt and pepper. Arrange the bread all along the edges of the pan in a circle, wedging them in if necessary. Sprinkle the Parmesan over the bread and place the whole thing under the broiler. WATCH CAREFULLY!! These go from golden brown to burned in a flash. Remove from oven and serve immediately.

Enjoy! 

Note:  Recipe adapted from One-Pan Wonders by Cooks Country. I tinkered with some ingredients and proportions.

How to Negotiate With Rabbits

1. Maintain eye contact at all times. Do not make any sudden movements. The rabbits will interpret this as a sign that you are a carrot, and eat you.

2. Speak clearly, enunciate, be brief, and to the point. Do not under any circumstances stop talking. The rabbits will interpret this as a sign that you are a carrot, and eat you.

3. Be prepared to ask for nothing. Do not make any demands. The rabbits will interpret this as a sign that you are a carrot, and eat you.

4. Give the rabbits all they desire. Even things they don’t desire, give those to them, too. Do not deny them anything. The rabbits will interpret this as a sign that you are a carrot, and eat you.

5. Once you have completed negotiations, the rabbits will consider you to be a carrot, and of course, eat you.