Let’s do laundry! No one says.

Ok so one of the most daunting task we have is laundry and I pretty much have a system going on with my laundry that works for me and it might work for you too.

  • The first thing you want to do is set up your laundry area. You want it to be something that you don’t have to set up each and every time you do your laundry including if you have to take your laundry to the laundry mat.
  • I have all my laundry supplies set up on a small table in my laundry room.
  • For those who have to take their laundry to the laundry mat you might want to dedicate a small carrying container or bag that’s always ready to go.
  • You want to have your laundry detergent of choice, bleach, stain remover, fabric softener or dryer sheets.

A little bit  about laundry detergents.

  • Now for me it’s a preferential thing. What works for me may not work for you and vice versa.
  • There are some really good laundry detergents out there whether your a pod, liquid, or dry detergent person. What ever your preference is on laundry supplies do that.
  • I recently started using homemade laundry detergents and homemade dryer sheets.

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  • Ok so for those who are new to doing laundry your going to want to separate your clothing. Oh and be sure to read the labels on all your clothes. Not all whites can be bleached and not all clothes can go either in the washer and some not in the dryer.
  • I keep my clothes in a 3 sectional laundry basket. One section for pant, another for shirts and the third for underclothes, socks, towels, and wash cloths.  That way when we take our clothes off they are automatically separated and therefore saving me time on laundry day.
  • On laundry day I only have to separate whites from darks.

There is no one way to start the laundry

  • I usually start by washing my pants first.
  • There is no one way to start the laundry I just choose to do it that way.
  • Last are my whites and usually the smallest of the loads.

 

laundry is one of my least favorite things to do

  • Now as far as how often to do laundry like cleaning the house, laundry is one of my least favorite things to do.
  • I don’t like ironing, folding, or pretty much any of it. But it is a necessary thing if I want to wear clean clothing.
  • I have found what works for me is the how many people in your family system.
  • If there’s only one of you, chances are you have enough clothing to last you an entire week at least 5 days worth right?
  • You don’t really want more than 5 days worth of laundry to do at one time. And for a single person doing laundry every 5 days is not a bad thing.
  • For a household of 2 like me and my girlfriend, I do laundry twice a week.  I choose Mondays and Thursdays as my laundry days. Mondays because that’s when I do my major cleaning around the house. (I’ll link this to my 30 minutes a day cleaning post)  By Thursday we’ve accumulated a small pile of clothing that’s ready for laundry day, again keeping the laundry small with less than 5 pairs of pants and such for each of us.
  • This way I’m not over whelmed with a lot of clothing.
  • For a family of 3, you might want to choose 3 days a week.
  • My daughter has 4 children and she and her husband. She does laundry  every day.
  • The thing is you just don’t want to get behind in doing laundry. The more people you have in the family and if you get behind that laundry will be such a daunting task and well let’s face it it’s already not a fun thing why make it worse on yourself.

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  • Now as soon as the dryer is finished I pull out the clothes and hang up what needs hung or fold and put away.
  • Don’t wait and do it all when everything is done.
  • Taking things out and hanging them right away saves on ironing (remember I hate to iron) and again I’m not overwhelming my self  with a lot of work at one time

I have a dirty little secret…shhh

My dirty little secret is or should I say was my side of the closet.

Oh how I hated to try and find a spot to hang an article of clothing in it.

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My dirty little secret

With the help of Dollar Tree, Wal-Mart and a few items in the back of the closet, I was able to clean up and organize everything.

The first thing that I did was empty everything out.

Then one by one I went through my clothes and what I didn’t want to keep or noticed that I hadn’t worn (and let’s face it wont wear) I put in a pile to donate.

Well let me tell you that pile grew large.

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I picked up some storage bins from Dollar tree to put my t-shirts in instead of having them hung up like they had been.

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I picked up a shower rod from Wal-Mart and had hoped to put it in the closet with no problems.  Well that didn’t work out like I thought it would.. so what’s a girl to do but improvise.

This is what I came up with.

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It might seem strange but it works very well.

I hung up all my summer sleeveless tops on this and in the back are my hoodies.

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In a large bin I put my winter coats. In small closed bins are my crocheted hats.

In the end, this is what I have now and I’m much happier with it.

So  my laundry tip for the day, week and month. Don’t overwhelm yourself.

 

Pick the days of the week that you will do laundry and stick to it.

Use bins to separate the clothes to make it easier come laundry day.

Put clothes away right away to cut down on ironing time.

Don’t forget to check out my 30 minutes a day to a clean house post coming Wednesday and on Friday homemade cleaning products.

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Happy laundry day!

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Basic Car Tips For Ladies

Basic things women should know about cars

I work for a company that takes calls from people whose vehicles have them stranded either on the side of a road, a parking lot or if they are lucky in their own driveway.

Many of these motorist are women and I’ve noticed a basic trend with them all. They know very little about the vehicle they are driving.

Now I’m by no means a mechanic but there are basic things we all should know.

So based on the calls I get plus asking a some women what are some the basic things they wanted to know about their vehicles I came up with this short list.

First let me stress Ladies (and some of you men) Please oh Please know what you are driving. I cant tell you how many times I get a call and the person laughs while telling me that they have no idea what the Make, Model or even Year of their vehicle is. This is unacceptable (not judging just fact).

Check the registration if you don’t know.

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Not in any particular order Let’s pop open the hood:

Checking the oil and putting some in.

You will see a cap that says oil on top of it and sometimes there’s even a picture of an oil can on it.

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Oil cap

This is where you would put the recommended oil for your vehicle. Not just any oil will do make sure if you’re going to add oil that you use what is recommended for your vehicle.

Next to that or very close by it will be a stick. This is where you will check the oil level. It’s best if you have a napkin or paper towel before pulling this up.

Mine looks low only because I cleaned it off.

 

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Oil stick

Don’t touch it

If you notice there is another stick very similar to the oil one. This is your transmission fluid. Don’t touch it. We may talk about that one another day but not today.

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Washer Fluid

In my car there is a cap that shows a picture of a windshield with water spraying from it. This is where the washer fluid goes.

 

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washer fluid

There is a cap  where  anti-freeze will go. **** If your car is over heating DO NOT OPEN THIS****  I say that in caps only because I had a lady on the phone wanting to open this up in the hopes of adding water to the radiator.  Disaster will strike if opened hot. ok enough said about that.

 

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Radiator Fluid *Do Not Open Hot*

 Battery

Now my car has it’s battery hidden and for the life of me unless I get on the ground on my back and look for it, I cant find it. But what is very visible are the battery plugs. So if I do need a jumpstart I can easily access this.

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Battery jump start connection port

There is a positive and negative charge. Red is positive, black negative. If your going to connect jumper cables yourself place the cable to the positive charge first.

And now for the tires.. Yay

It’s a good idea to open your trunk every now and then and check to see if you even have a spare.  Also to see if it is a donut (tiny temp tire) or a full size tire. Make sure this has air in it. It wouldn’t be so good to call someone one out to change this only to find out it is low.

A good thing to keep in your trunk would be a tire inflator.

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All the tools you will need to change the tire should be kept with the spare as well.

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I will be posting a video soon on how to change a tire. Even someone little like me can do it..

 What should I do?

Last but now least I get asked so many times this question. “While waiting for the tow truck should I get out of the vehicle and stand next to it or not”?

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Stay in the vehicle with your seat belt on

The safest place to be is inside your vehicle with your seatbelt on and the doors locked.  I know this sounds like a no brainer but I get asked this question at least once a day.

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August Lawn and Garden tips

Lawn and Garden tips

The most important thing this month is to enjoy your garden.

Remember to water and feed your plants regularly, especially those in hanging baskets, pots and roses growing against a sunny wall. Many a plant will not recover from a drought, so water regularly and do not resort to feast and famine.

Water hydrangeas with hydrangea colorant for true blue hydrangeas next year.

If possible, set up an automatic watering system for your vegetable plot, borders and even containers. They are worth their weight in gold and can work on a sensor system that detects how dry the soil is. Once you have one you will wonder why you did not install one years ago.

Mow regularly but do not bother to feed or water; it is a waste of time and will promote vigorous growth that may not stand up to the rigors of winter. If you live In North Carolina you know that we are getting enough rain where you don’t need to water anyway.  Come autumn, feed with a high phosphate content fertilizer to promote root growth and strengthen the grass for winter.

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Plant autumn flowering bulbs and start to plant spring flowering bulbs, especially tulips, daffodils, alliums,iris and crocus.

This is the last month for sowing salads outside. Plant quick maturing crops including lettuces .Also plant  Chinese cabbage, spring cabbage, endive, radish, fennel, turnips and winter spinach.

Harvest – EVERYTHING!

Then sit back and enjoy all you’ve accomplished!

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How do you Mac and Cheese?

It’s great for breakfast, lunch and dinner

Mac and Chees it’s wonderful as a take along for a party or picnic. It’s great for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Oh yes I love it for breakfast.

Most people I meet say that they don’t like the boxed powder cheese Mac and Cheese, but if they aren’t eating then who is??  Me that’s who.

Don’t get me wrong I loooooove making Baked Mac and Cheese and if I say so myself, I’m pretty damn good at it.. But I absolutely love the quick and ease of the boxed powdered mac and cheese and adding my spin on it.

So for all those who only will eat a homemade baked mac and cheese this first recipe is for you.

For everyone else keep readying. I’ve added my favorite twist to the boxed mac and cheese below.

Mac and Cheese with Broccoli and Tomatoes

Courtesy of the Food Network magazine

Ingredients:

  • 1 head broccoli, cut off stems
  • 8 ounces campanelle or any short pasta
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1  12 ounce can evaporated milk
  • 2 cups shredded Mexican cheese blend (about 8 ounces)
  • 3/4  cup grated parmesan cheese
  • 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard
  • Pinch of freshly grated nutmeg
  • Freshly ground pepper
  • Kosher salt
  • 1/2 cup grape tomatoes, halved
  • 1/4 cup panko breadcrumbs
  • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter, melted

Directions:

  1. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Add the broccoli and cook until bright green and crisp-tender, 3 to 4 minutes. Remove to a plate with a slotted spoon; let cool. Return the water to a boil. Add the pasta and cook as the label directs. Reserve 1 cup cooking water, then drain.
  2. Whisk the eggs, evaporated milk, the reserved cooking water, the Mexican cheese, 1/2 cup parmesan, the  mustard, nutmeg. Cook over medium-low heat, whisking constantly, until the mixture starts to thicken and bubble, 6 to 8 minutes. Stir in the pasta and broccoli until coated. Transfer the mixture to a 3-quart baking dish and top with the tomatoes.
  3. Preheat the broiler. Combine the remaining 1/4 cup parmesan, the breadcrumbs and milted butter in a small bowl; sprinkle over the macaroni and cheese. Broil, rotating the pan, until the topping is golden brown, 4 to 5 minutes.

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Ok now for my baked recipe

I usually make this for a large crowd

Ingredients:

  • 32 ounces elbow mac
  • 2 cups chicken broth
  • 2 table spoons unsalted butter
  • olive oil
  • 2 table spoons all purpose flour
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 table spoon garlic, minced (use less if you’re not into garlic. we love garlic here)
  • 1 small onion, chopped
  • 1 package bacon, cooked and crumbled
  • 1   8 ounce package  shredded sharp cheddar cheese
  • 1   8 ounce package  shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 1   8 ounce package shredded Mexican cheese blend
  • panko for topping
  • fresh grated nutmeg, about 1/2 teaspoon or so

Directions:

  1. In a large pot bring salted water to a boil. Cook pasta according to package directions. Drain and set aside in 9 x 13 inch pan.
  2. In a medium sauce pan over medium heat, melt butter in a little bit of olive oil (the olive oil prevents the butter from burning).  Once the butter is melted add the flour and stir; cook the flour for 1 minute, 2-3 if you want a darker roué. Add the salt, pepper and nutmeg.  Add the chicken broth and continue to stir until thickened.
  3. Add all three cheeses and a little over half the bacon crumbs, keeping some out for topping.  Stir well.
  4. Pour cheese mixture over pasta and mix well. Top with panko, cheese that was held back and the rest of the bacon.
  5. Put in preheated 350 oven for 25 to 30 until bubbly.

 

Now for some of my favorite boxed mac and cheese mixes

  • Cook mac and cheese according to the directions on the box. I don’t add milk to my mac and cheese. I save a little of the pasta water and add 2 table spoons of unsalted butter or margarine. Mix that really well then I add the powdered cheese.  This is the base mac and cheese and by it’s self all good but..

Mac and Cheese for Breakfast

  • For breakfast I put a ladle of mac and cheese (honestly I have no clue how much I use it’s less than 1/2 a cup though) in a non stick skillet with yep a little more butter.
  • I stir fry that a little bit  then add 2 eggs and scramble it all together. If I have any cilantro in the house I’ll chopped that up and add it as well.

Lunch or Dinner

  • Instead of using butter I added beef broth, powdered cheese packet, a teaspoon of garlic powder and topped it with fresh basil
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  • In a bowl mix powdered cheese, 2 table spoons softened butter, grated gruyere cheese, and  grated parmesan reggiano cheese. Then mix in the noodles.
  • 1/2 pack of Ranch dressing mix, 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon butter.  Mix the mayonnaise, ranch dressing mix, butter and powdered cheese together. When draining the noodles keep a little of the water to help with the mix. Mix it all together and enjoy.

These are just some of the ways I enjoy the boxed Mac and Cheese. Let me know below how you like to eat it or post your baked recipe to share with everyone.

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The Winners of the Target gift Cards are…

Today is the day to announce the winners of the Target Gift cards. If you didn’t enter to win this time no worries I’ll be doing this again next month starting on August 25th with the winner being announced on September 1st.

Those who are already subscribed are automatically entered to win a gift card. Get your name in early. It’s easy to do. Either subscribe on mythings2doblog website or click the Email Signup link on the mythings2o Facebook page.

Get your name in early. Also by subscribing your entered to get exclusive recipes and tips not posted on the mythings2do blog.

The winners were chosen using http://www.miniwebtool.com/random-name-picker/

And the winners are….. Autumn Moore and Raquel Dawley!!!

I’ve sent each of you an email so you can send me your mailing address for your card.

Again Congratulations to our winners!!!  Let me know in the comments below if you plan on participating in the next gift card giveaway!!

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Date Day

Date day isn’t just for single people. It’s even more important to date when you’ve been together for several years.

Spontaneous date days are awesome, but planning them together are better.

On this date day we had a picnic at the park and did a little fishing. Well actually it was we fed the fish. It’s like feeding the ducks only you are trying to catch them not feed them.

The menu for our picnic was  pasta salad, spicy chicken, and ice cream cake.

Pasta Salad

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Spaghetti with Squash and Roasted Tomatoes and Peppers

Ingredients:

1/2 box Spaghetti noodles cook per directions

1 1/2 pound yellow Squash, sliced thin

1 Bell pepper, seeded and halved

1 Pound Roma Tomatoes, halved

1 clove garlic, minced

1/4 cup Olive oil

1 cup Italian Dressing

Salt and Pepper to taste

Directions:

Bring a large pot of very salted water to a boil, add spaghetti. Cook spaghetti according to package directions.

In the meantime put halved peppers and halved tomatoes on a sheet pan. Drizzle with Olive oil, season with a little salt and place under broiler. Keep your eye on this you just want them charred not burnt. About 10 minutes or so.

In a large skillet heat olive oil and add squash, garlic and season with a bit of salt and pepper. Cook for 2-3 minutes.

When peppers and tomatoes are done let cool for  a sec so you can handle them and  cut in slices length wise.

Add these slices to the squash. Take off stove to cool down.

When the spaghetti is done, rinse under cool water to cool down the noodles.

Add noodles to vegetable mix and add the Italian dressing. Mix everything well.

This taste even better the next day after sitting in the fridge overnight. This recipe can also be found on my blog post Meatless Monday!!!

Spicy Sweet Oven Baked Chicken

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Ingredients:

2  pieces 1/4 chicken

2 tablespoons Sriracha

1/2 tablespoon Garlic Powder

1 teaspoon Chili Powder

1 teaspoon Cumin

1/2 teaspoon Red Pepper Flakes

1 teaspoon Salt

3 tablespoons Strawberry Jam

1 tablespoon Light Brown Sugar

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Add everything except the chicken to a bowl and mix.

Coat chicken.

Cook Chicken on 350 for 45-50 minutes or until done.

 

Now for desert!

Ice cream cake in a jar!!

My mason jar tag along ice cream cake

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The ingredients are very simple

Store bought pound cake cut into cubes

Store bought ice cream (Tiffany chose cookies and cream)

Mason jar

I just simply layered everything into the mason jars starting with the cubed cake then ice cream then cake and so on and so on.. until I reached the top.

Now add ice cream

I packed the two jars with lids on inside of a small cooler with ice packs to keep them cool. They traveled well and were delicious.

It’s not  your traditional ice cream cake but it was just the right amount for us.

This recipe can also be found on my blog post Ice Cream Cakes and Cupcakes

 

 

 

 

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Meatless Monday!!!

Do a Meatless Monday or two or more.

I’m sure by now everyone has tried doing #meatlessmondays.

For those who happen to not have heard what Meatless Mondays are, it is an international movement that encourages people to cut out meat one day a week for personal and planetary health.

As a meat eater, embracing this idea of going an entire day without meat, well let’s just say it was not an easy thing for me to do.  But I thought ok I’m trying to eat better and take control of Crohn’s and not let it take control of me.

So in this mind set I decided I’d try one baby step and do a meatless Monday or two or more.

As it turns out I found some recipes that I thought taste pretty damn good.  So I’m going to share a few with you. I hope you enjoy them as much as we did and let this encourage you to take at least one day a week to go meatless.

It doesn’t have to be Mondays, it can be a tasty Tuesday or a satisfying Saturday. How about fulfilling Friday?  No never mind. We will leave Friday alone and let it continue to be Fish Friday.

My first recipe is one that I made for our *Date Day.  I’ll post Our *Date Day blog on Wednesday.

So my first recipe is an all time favorite here. Pasta salad using vegetables that are in season and can be found at a good price right now.

What I love about pasta salads are that you can use what ever pasta your in the mood for and any vegetable that is in season since that’s when the price is at it’s best.

Spaghetti with Squash and Roasted Tomatoes and Peppers

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I made enough to have for Meatless Monday and to take on *Date Day.

Ingredients:

1/2 box Spaghetti noodles cook per directions

1 1/2 pound yellow Squash, sliced thin

1 Bell pepper, seeded and halved

1 Pound Roma Tomatoes, halved

1 clove garlic, minced

1/4 cup Olive oil

1 cup Italian Dressing

Salt and Pepper to taste

Directions:

Bring a large pot of very salted water to a boil, add spaghetti. Cook spaghetti according to package directions.

In the meantime put halved peppers and halved tomatoes on a sheet pan. Drizzle with Olive oil, season with a little salt and place under broiler. Keep your eye on this you just want them charred not burnt. About 10 minutes or so.

In a large skillet heat olive oil and add squash, garlic and season with a bit of salt and pepper. Cook for 2-3 minutes.

When peppers and tomatoes are done let cool for  a sec so you can handle them and  cut in slices length wise.

Add these slices to the squash. Take off stove to cool down.

When the spaghetti is done, rinse under cool water to cool down the noodles.

Add noodles to vegetable mix and add the Italian dressing. Mix everything well.

This taste even better the next day after sitting in the fridge overnight.

 

Black Bean Burger

I love my burgers, so when Tiffany started eating veggie burgers I was like nope not me. But then I heard about Black Bean burgers and thought. Hmm. I like black beans so why not give it a try.

After searching the internet for recipes I decided to do my own thing. And here it is..

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Ingredients:

2 cans 15 oz. Seasoned Black Beans, drain them but hold back a tiny amount of liquid from one of the cans

1/2 med yellow Onion, chopped

1/2 green Bell Pepper, chopped

1 Egg

1 tablespoon Chili Powder

1 tablespoon Cumin

1 teaspoon Red Pepper Flakes

2 tablespoon minced Garlic

1 -2 teaspoons Sriracha hot sauce

Handful of Cilantro

2 cups seasoned Bread Crumbs

1 tablespoon butter

1 tablespoon olive oil

Directions:

In a food processor add 1 can of the seasoned beans adding just a bit of the liquid (a tablespoon will do).

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Add onions and bell pepper.

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Pulse until mixed and mushy.

Add minced garlic and the handful of cilantro. Pulse again until this is incorporated with the beans.

In a bowl add the egg, chili powder, cumin, red pepper flakes, Sriracha, salt and pepper. Mix these together.

 Add the whole black beans and the bean mix from the food processor. Mix together and add the bread crumbs.

 

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Set aside for at least 5 minutes.

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Heat cast iron pan on med low, add olive oil and 1 tablespoon butter.

 

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Form 4 large patties with the black bean mixture.

Cook two burgers at a time 6 minutes on each side.

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Use two spatulas to flip burgers.

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I added a slice of cheese to my burger during the last few minutes of cooking.

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I toasted burger buns in a separate pan and built my burger.

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I know you cant tell but there is a bun under that burger.. LOL  Next time I’ll use bread that’s larger..

 

 3 Beans and Rice

I was in the mood for some beans and rice but couldn’t decide which beans I wanted to I used all 3 and I’m so glad I did!

Now to start it’s perfectly fine to use canned beans. Of course if you want to use dried beans by all means do so. I used these.

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I choose to use seasoned beans and because of that I didn’t add any seasons including salt. You just don’t need it.

I cut up a Green Bell Pepper  into very small pieces smaller than the beans and cut up 1/2 and Onion as well then added 2 tablespoons minced Garlic. (we really love garlic)

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Put the bell pepper, onion and garlic in a large pot with 2 tablespoons melted butter. Stir that around and let it cook on medium for 3 minutes.

Drain almost all the juice from each can of beans. I held back some of the juice in the can not a lot though.

In a bowl I added the 3 cans of beans and 1/4 of the roasted tomato sauce.  Add as much as you like I tasted it and 1/4 of the can was enough for me.

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After the onions and bell peppers have been cooking for 3 minutes add the bean mix to the pot. Let that cook while you make rice.

I use a rice maker. I can make very good rice but honestly it’s just easier in a rice maker.

So once your rice is done put it on a plate and spoon the beans on top of it.

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Rice  maker just makes rice so nice and fluffy. You can use any rice you’d like just make sure to follow the directions for it. I used plain long grain rice and the directions are 1 cup rice to 2 cups water.  We like to eat a lot of sweet rice (or sticky rice) as well. With sweet rice it’s a one to one ratio. one cup rice to one cup water. I usually add about another 1/4 cup water just to make it more fluffy.

Now spoon the beans on top.

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Because I used seasoned beans though out I being a meat eater didn’t miss the meat in this at all. The bell pepper gave it a perfect crunch as well.  I hope you enjoy these recipes.  I enjoyed making and eating them.

Post a comment and share some of your #meatlessmonday recipes.

 

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