We just got a lovely set of lodge cast iron skillets from my mom. I’ve had these babies on my wish list for some time and have been loving cooking with them. The not so fun part can be the cleaning (of course). Without using soap, what possibly could remove those baked on little bits? Martha Stewart to the rescue! I found this tip on pinterest today and wanted to share.
"Scrub it with coarse salt and a soft sponge. The salt, a natural abrasive, absorbs oil and lifts away bits of food while preserving the pan’s seasoning. Rinse away salt and wipe dry."
this is what today feels like in sunny california. so enjoying this beautiful day! hope you have a moment to get outside no matter where you are today and take in some fresh air! xo
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you’ve got to know about! Kelp, Turmeric, Wild-Caught Salmon, Shitake Mushroom, Green Tea, Papaya, Blueberry, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Broccoli and Sweet Potato.
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“There is no greater joy than the removal of doubts.” -Rav Yehuda Brandwein
Tonight is the holiday of Purim, the holiday of removing your doubts.
Chag Sameach (Happy Holiday)!
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I’m trying in every way to break my daily morning coffee indulgence. Mostly because it breaks me out. Because I can’t drink it without half & half and my body doesn’t process dairy well (lactose intolerant + breaks me out). And, on the day to day, it makes me jittery then leaves me sleepy. It never tastes as good when it becomes a daily thing. I’d like to savor it for special weekend treats. But, I do need something warm and tasy in the a.m.