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Generated 2 months ago

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  • Believe you can...

    Believe you can and you’re halfway there.

  • How to cook without clean water...

    Here in the US, we Americans use an average of 100 gallons per day for washing, cooking, cleaning, drinking, (and lawn watering). It’s easy to take clean water for granted, especially when all we have to do is turn a valve and copious amounts of water flow from the faucet. But according to the United Nations nearly 900 million people in other parts of the world do not have access to the daily ...

  • 5 free ways to give back...

    Short on cash but still want to give back to your community? There are all sorts of ways to give back that don’t cost you a dime out of pocket. Here are 5 free ways to give back to your community. ·         Volunteer. Whether you volunteer at your local soup kitchen or for Habitat for Humanity, the only thing it will cost you is time. ·         Charitable Closet-Cleaning. Pick through your...

  • The best love...

    The best love is one that makes you better without changing you into someone other than yourself.

  • When you do things from your soul...

    “When you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy.” ― Rumi

  • Perfect hardboiled eggs in your caldero...

    For the world’s best hardboiled eggs, this recipe hits a home run. Ingredients ·         1 dozen eggs Directions 1.       Place eggs in caldero and pour in cold water to cover. Place caldero over high heat. When water starts to simmer turn off heat, cover with a lid and let stand for 17 minutes. No peeking (don’t remove the lid). 2.       Pour out the hot water and pour cold water ...

  • The best advice when it comes to forgiveness...

    “Forgiveness is not about letting someone off the hook for their actions, but freeing ourselves of negative energies that bind us to them.” –Satsuki Shibuya

  • Don't wait until you reach your goal...

    “Don’t wait until you reach your goal to be proud of yourself. Be proud of every step you take.” –Karen Salmansohl

  • When it comes to personal growth...

    "Like wildflowers; you must allow yourself to grow in all the places people thought you never would." –E.V.

  • Everyone can make a difference no matter how small...

    Everyone can make a difference no matter how small. Today is a great day to get creative and find a way to make someone smile. Here are a few ideas to get you started. ·         Buy the person ahead of you in line their coffee at Starbuck’s ·         Offer your seat on the bus or train to an expecting mother or senior citizen ·         Leave your copy of the newspaper on the table for s...

  • The best way to experience love and true openness...

    Is there something you’ve been meaning to get off your chest? Then today might just be the day to cleanse your heart of your troubles and move on with a clear conscience. Little wonder why confession is a big part of many religions. Year round, honesty is the best policy. It’s the best way to experience love and true openness in your relationship.

  • The most powerful creative force in the universe...

    “Gratitude in advance is the most powerful creative force in the universe.” –Neale Donald Walsh

  • 5 tricks to sneak veggies into your kids' diet...

    Sometimes getting our kids to eat their vegetables is as challenging as getting a tax cut bill passed on Capitol Hill. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Here are 5 tricks to sneak vegetables into your kids’ diet. ·         On pasta night, slip your child’s favorite vegetable into the boiling water a few minutes before the pasta is cooked. Add in the sauce and fewer turned-up noses will ...

  • The benefits of giving your time...

    Busy schedules have lots of us feeling more time-constrained than ever but a recent study published in Psychological Science shows that helping others can actually increase our feeling of “time affluence” and alleviate our perception of “time famine.” Participants in the study carried out tasks in which they either gave their time or wasted it. The participants who spent time helping others by...

  • What is humanity about?

    “The strong must help the weak and the rich must help the poor. Those with must help those without. This is what humanity is all about.” –Anthony Douglas Williams

Pujols Kitchen, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • The Universal Language of Kindness

    A warm smile is the universal language of kindness. Consider smiling at someone one the street, just because. You never know whose day you’ll change for the better.

  • Everyone is a Star

    “Everyone is a star and deserves a chance to shine.” – Marilyn Monroe

  • Bake the Perfect Bread

    Baking bread for tonight’s dinner? When you place a second pan with 8 ice cubes in it, on the rack below it will produce steam and make the perfect loaf.

  • Crockpot Cinnamon Sugar Squash

    You'll love this easy Crockpot Cinnamon Sugar Butternut Squash Recipe! Ingredients 3­4 pound butternut squash ½ cup butter (1 stick) ¾ cup packed brown sugar 1 tsp. ground cinnamon ¼ tsp. ground nutmeg 1 pinch ground cloves 1 dash salt Instructions 1. Peel butternut squash, cut into squares and discard seeds. 2. Place squash in crockpot. Cut butter in...

  • Tips for Freezing Bacon

    Lots of us buy bacon in bulk at wholesale retailers. But what if you find the bacon spoils before you have a chance to consume it all? Consider freezing a portion of your bacon for BLTs, pastas and other sandwiches you’ll eat later. The best way to freeze bacon is to coil the slices up like snails and freeze on a baking sheet until solid. Then store them in zip-top bags and place the bags in you...

  • Wear Gratitude Like a Cloak

    “Wear gratitude like a cloak and it will feed every corner of your life.” – Rumi

Pujols Kitchen, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

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  • When the Best Action is No Action

    All of us have experienced stress and lashed out at others. In this information age, taking our frustrations out on another person over the Internet is easy, especially when we don’t have to see them face to face. But do yourself a favor, don’t write the angry Internet comment you’re thinking of writing. Ask yourself if what you’re angry about will really matter at the end of the day before yo...

  • The Choice that Helps You Grow

    “Always go with the choice that scares you the most, because that’s the one that is going to help you grow.” – Caroline Myss

  • When to Boil Water

    Should you boil the water before or after you put the vegetables in the pot? Here’s a good rule of thumb to help you remember: For vegetables that grow underground (beets, carrots, and potatoes), start off in cold water. For vegetables that grow above ground (corn, peas, and greens), place in boiling water.

  • To-Die-For Slow Cooker Pot Roast

    This slow cooker pot roast recipe lives up to its name! Ingredients: 1 chuck roast (about 3 lbs.) Olive oil 1 lb. carrots (peeled and cut into large chunks) 2 lbs. potatoes (peeled and cut into large chunks) 1 onion (peeled and cut into large chunks) 2 stalks celery, cut into large chunks (optional) 1 cup beef broth 1 TBSP corn starch SEASONING MIX : ...

  • Slow Cooker Conversions

    High Low 3 hours 7 hours 4 hours 8 hours 5 hours ...

  • See the Light in Others

    “See the light in others and treat them as if that’s all you see.” – Dr. Wayne Dyer

Pujols Kitchen, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

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  • Helping a Friend in Need

    You’d be surprised just how much a home cooked meal or load of laundry means to a friend who just had a baby or is going through a difficult time. Giving your time in this manner goes a long way.

  • The Life You Want

    “If you don’t make the time to work on creating the life you want, you’re eventually going to be forced to spend a LOT of time dealing with a life you don’t want.” – Kevin Ngo

  • Well-Preserved Limes

    Limes aren’t just for the rim of your glass and squeezing into your Tecate. You can also squeeze them over fish tacos. You can do more with limes by preserving them. All you need is a sealable glass jar, quartered limes, salt and some time. Store in your pantry and after a month goes by the lime juice dissolves and the salt acts like a brine making the limes’ flavor shift to its more natural fla...

  • Roasted Maple Pears

    These roasted maple pears are the perfect way to usher in autumn. Ingredients 4 Bosc Pears, halved and cored ½ cup apple cider or apple juice ½ stick (4 TBSP) butter 2 TBSP maple syrup Cinnamon, to taste Instructions Preheat oven to 400° F Heat cider in microwave for 1 minute. Slice butter into pieces and stir into heated juice until melted Slice pears in...

  • Cooking with the Right Onion

    Knowing the right onion to use for certain dishes is an essential part of making recipes taste their best. Here are some tips for cooking with the right onion. What onion is best for frying? Sweet onions. Use sweet onions for onion rings, gratins and roasted vegetables What onion is best for eating raw? Red onions. Use red onions in guacamole, pickled onions, salads, and sandwiches What onio...

  • The Power of Forgiveness

    “Forgiveness is the gift of releasing yourself from the past and unclogging your barrier to joy.” – Amara Honeck, Author

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