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benzac ac gel price This panini has three different kinds of meats smashed together with mozzarella cheese melting in every nook and cranny. The addition of sun-dried tomatoes gives it a subtly sweet kick that makes it totally irresistible. It would be so awesome to trash it up with some homemade pesto or a flavored mayonnaise.
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So, I’ve been getting my produce lately from a program called, “Bountiful Baskets” and it is awesome. My grocery budget was getting out of control because I buy mostly (if not all) fresh food, so Famous Julie turned me to Bountiful Baskets to help supplement the cost.
Bountiful Baskets is a food co-operative that is able to deliver fresh fruits and vegetables to your area for much cheaper than you would get at the grocery store, but there is a catch…
You never know what you are going to get in your basket. So, basically it’s like a cooking challenge with every box that I bring home. Sometimes I end up with stuff that I never would have bought at the store… which turns out to be a fun test.
This morning I failed that test. Miserably.
I came home with my basket last Saturday, it was filled with crisp spinach, juicy strawberries and ripened tomatoes. Deep down in the depths of the basket I had hidden the real threat…. beets.
BEETS? Who am I? Dwight Schrute? I don’t think I’ve ever actually tried a beet, so I took to Pinterest (where else?) to try and come up with some ways to use my newfound treasures. I found a very promising recipe in the form of a smoothie. I love smoothies! How could this go wrong?
Oh… it went wrong. SO WRONG.
I tossed in a banana, an orange, some raspberries, some strawberries, the raw beet and blended to my heart’s content. I excitedly popped the top off my blender to look at my creation. The color was GORGEOUS. It was the most beautiful bright pink you’ve ever seen.
Then I dipped my spoon in there. aleve price Oh. My. Gosh.
I may as well have just opened my back door, gotten on my hands and knees and licked the dirty ground. It tasted like I had dumped ten cups of dirt in there and blended everything together. It tasted like I was ten years old again and my friends were daring me to eat a dirty earth worm.
I was confused… Many of the blogs I had perused had used the words, “kind of earthy” to describe beets, but I figured with all that other delicious stuff in there I could mask the flavor a bit.
If they meant, “kind of earthy” as in it tastes like you just cracked the earth in half like an orange and you were licking each slice of it, then yeah… It’s definitely kind of earthy. And no amount of strawberries in the world could cover up that crap.
So… I think it’s safe to say that I am not the biggest fan of beets. To any of my neighbors who are reading this, if you do like beets, I have a couple of free ones here for you. First come first serve. After that description, please try not to beat my door down. Please make an orderly line outside when fighting over who gets to take these beauties home.
- 2 slices sourdough bread (or your favorite type of bread!)
- 1 tablespoon chopped sun-dried tomatoes
- 2 slices fresh mozzarella cheese (1/4 inch thick)
- 3 slices smoked turkey (from the deli section)
- 3 slices black pepper salami
- 6 slices pepperoni
- 1 tablespoon salted butter
- Spread sun-dried tomatoes on bottom slice of bread. Stack 1 piece of cheese, smoked deli turkey, salami and pepperoni. Top it with one last piece of mozzarella cheese and the top slice of bread. Butter the outsides of the sandwich and press into a panini press and cook for 5-7 minutes until the outsides are crisp and slightly browned and the cheese inside is melted. Enjoy immediately!
Don’t worry guys. These sandwiches are like one billion thousand hundred kajillion times better than any beet I’ve ever had.