YTPMV: "I Wonder What's for Dinner" Sparta Remix
This piece is on the the Beef What's for Dinner Commercial. The song is actually called Hoedown and is a classical piece that can be played at the recessional at a Wedding! Hope you enjoy this unique violin music. Distributed by Tubemogul.
After carefully watching Saprta Remix tutorials. I decided to keep trying on my sparta remixes. But why is my Sparta remixes not very popular? :(
The hardest part about getting dinner on the table
is planning and shopping for it.
When you pick up a copy of The Working Woman's Cookbook
you'll find ...
* 12 Weeks of Menus - Each week has 6 recipes (we'll
do the math for you) that's 72 recipes!!
Shopping Lists - with each ingredient referencing
back to the recipe so it's easy to customize the list to
the meals you want to prepare for the week.
Nutritional Information - so you know how healthy
our recipes really are! :)
Serving Suggestions - So you don't even have to
think about what to serve with our recipes.
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April Fools Day is the perfect day to have fun with the meals you serve..
These kids were hungry until they saw what was for dinner!
GT-R. GT-R. GT-R. It's all anybody can talk about.
"Hi, Mom. What's for dinner?"
"The 2009 Nissan GT-R."
"Who's going to win the Democratic presidential nomination?"
"The 2009 Nissan GT-R."
"What's the land speed of the cheetah?"
"The 2009 Nissan GT-R."
"Where do babies come from?"
"The 2009 Nissan GT-R."
And to perpetuate the discussion, we took a white 2009 Nissan GT-R on the ultimate road trip. In three days we drove that GT-R 2,000 miles across three states, with stops at one drag strip, one racetrack and one dry lake.
It was the trip of a lifetime. The world's newest supercar, flat out across the American West.
Did we speed?
Well, to quote the great Dan Gurney after his famous drive in the 1971 Cannonball Baker Sea-to-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy Dash, "At no time did we exceed 175 mph."
The best part? We took pictures and video of the entire trip. Enjoy the ride.
Just wanted to share a little update, a "what's for dinner?" update...
Tonight (it's been this way for the last week or so) Derrick and I will have a huge bowl of one head of kale each plus 1/2 to 1 head of romaine lettuce each (kale and lettuce rinsed and chopped into cute little bite-sized pieces, of course). Along with the greens we'll have 3-5 pieces of fruit (apples, bananas, oranges this time of year).
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Food Network Star Sandra Lee Offers Tricks for Slow Cooker Treats
When You Come in From the Cold
You’ve baked the cookies, you’ve coated the caramel apples, and you’ve stocked the candy by the front door. Before you set out for an evening of trick-or-treating with the kids, you’re going to have to think about what’s for dinner when you get home. Sandra Lee - host of the highly-rated, Emmy-nominated Food Network show, “Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee,” and "Sandra's Money Saving Meals" - says that setting the slow-cooker will be the best thing you do all day.
Sandra says that your slow-cooker can be your bubbling cauldron this Halloween, and she'll share her favorite recipes from her new book, "Money Saving Slow Cooking." And there’s no better time, as so many of the vegetables available during the Halloween season – pumpkins, squash, sweet potatoes – are perfect for the slow-cooker. The best thing about this oft-overlooked kitchen appliance is that you can combine the ingredients then walk away to spend time with your kids on one of their favorite holidays, and it only costs 2-cents per hour to operate.
Sandra’s tips and tricks for Halloween entertaining and decorating are based on her trademark 70/30 Semi-Homemade® philosophy. It’s a formula by which anyone at any skill level can combine 70 percent ready-made products with 30 percent fresh ingredients, adding creative touches to make something that tastes as if it were completely made from scratch.
Chef Anna's Cooking & Personal Chef Service
Chef Anna's Inspired Cooking & Personal Chef Service
Anna’s Inspired Cooking & Personal Chef Service provides fresh, delicious, healthy, home made meals prepared in your own kitchen. I offer a convenient solution to the ever present question at the end of the day, “What’s for dinner?”
I serve families and individuals who place a high value on their time and want a healthy, high-quality choice for dinner. Your custom menu is directed by your family’s tastes. I shop for you the day of cooking to offer the freshest ingredients. I then cook, using my portable kitchen, and package the meals in your home. You come home to a sparkling clean kitchen and a house full of wonderful aromas. You just heat, serve and relax.
Who is Anna Conrad?
I attended culinary school in Thailand as an adult but my cooking experience started when I was 3 years old standing on a stool at the counter while my Hispanic mother instructed me in the basics of stirring. Over the years I graduated to actual cooking at the knee of my Southern grandmother, and later along side of my Italian Mother In Law. As a businesswoman I was afforded the luxury of traveling all over the world and tasting different cuisines first hand. About a year ago I decided to do something radically different with my life and became a personal chef. Cooking has always been my passion and being a personal chef allows me to express my passion every single day.
What is Chef Anna?
Personal Chef service is different from a private chef in that I cook for multiple clients instead one client exclusively (I do not live in your home). I emphasize healthy cooking without sacrificing flavor. I do in-home cooking using a portable kitchen, I cater small in-home events and provide corporate plated lunches and boxed lunches. I also host cooking classes for adults and children and during the summer will offer cooking camps for children. You may have seen me on DayTime Tri-Cities, most recently on Cinco de Mayo (May 5th).
How does Chef Anna work?
First I’ll interview you using my food preferences questionnaire to learn your dietary goals, restrictions, likes and dislikes. Next, I create a customized menu, which you approve. Then I do the shopping, come to your home, cook, package and label the food, leave reheat instructions and clean up before I leave.
Who needs a personal chef?
On occasion, who doesn’t? My clients include busy families who are tired of take out or fast food. It includes individuals who find it hard to cook for one and want more interesting food choices. It includes people who are in a rut and want someone to help them break out. I have families and individuals who are dealing with extenuating circumstances such as a death or illness in the family or a parent who is assigned overseas. I have people with special needs such as diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome, heart disease, weight loss goals, etc. And I have one client who wants to expose their kids to a more varied cuisine while another client uses me because I help teach their children to cook.
Rationale for having a personal chef?
A lot of people hire others to do their household tasks, for example: housekeeping, pool maintenance, mowing the grass, auto repair, etc. They choose to hire professionals because they do the job quickly and more expertly. Cooking has in effect been hired out too in the form of eating out at a restaurant, fast food place or getting take-away - and there is nothing wrong with these options on occasion. When it becomes the norm most nights of the week then family time and a person’s health can suffer.
Many families realize this and in today’s economy many families and individuals are choosing to eat at home more often. Grocery stores are reporting record sales as a result. The problem I am hearing from many of these families is they don’t know how to cook more than a few family favorites. They eat the same things over and over falling into a rut while not having eno...