Another way Flying Dog is changing the market is by starting new sites and ventures such as BeerDinners.com.BeerDinners.com is a pairing site, devoted to pairing beer with food at restaurants around the country and at the comfort of your home as well. If you are in the mood for a good octoberfest beer and some food to go along with it, check out FlyingDogAles.com and BeerDinners.com.You can read more about Flying Dog by clicking this link.
Its made from organic cotton/linen, metal zippers with PET bases, and unfinished brass hardware.The design is simple and there isnt much room, but my MacBook fits inside nicely. I wouldnt use this bag, however, on long trips due to the minimal padding, but its perfect for taking to a friends house or stashing a hoagie (as the site says).I was told that it looks like a murse, but I dont think it looks too much like one.
Nau, a trend setting, technical and outdoor apparel company and a loyal supporter of Leafygreen.info has new apparel out for sale now…. Check that out here.Also, I will be going on my second and final camping trip of the season this Friday.
The Nutrisoda is full of vitamins and minerals known to boost immune systems and its flavored from a combination of acerola cherries and citric acid also known as tangerine and lime.The bubbly and tart beverage goes down smoothly while replenishing your body with Vitamin A, B6, B12, E, C, Riboflavin, Selenium, Niacin, Folic Acid and Zinc…. Dont be fooled, there is no actual juice, but its flavors are derived from fruit.Nutrisoda has a comprehenisive website full of facts, an online store, a locator and information for getting Airforce Nutrisoda into public schools.
Melissaï¿½s low glycemic organic blue weber agave comes from the cactus-like plant only found in Mexico…. It probably tastes good with homemade granola or in your tea.You will not gain any other benefits, nutrionally speaking, from agave, but itï¿½s another alternative to sugar.Locate Melissaï¿½s Agave by clicking here, or purchase it online.
I aï¿½m glad he did, because the world needs to try this spicy treasure.The ingredients are simple: scotch bonnet peppers, pimentos, nutmeg, thyme, ginger, cinnamon, garlic, onion, cane sugar, scallions, black pepper, vinegar, and more, but the way itï¿½s blended sets it apart from other jerk sauces Iï¿½ have had.I marinated a block of tofu with about 5 tablespoons of jerk sauce and let it sit over night in preparation for my parentï¿½s grill…. Thereï¿½ is no extra oil involved, but just make sure it does not stick to the grill.The jerk sauce seemed to permeate the tofu in such a manner that it did not make the tofu unbearably hot to eat, but rather made the heat kick in subtly and then all of a sudden, there is a blast of those scotch bonnet peppers.Making jerk sauce is an art and Grandpa Eddie iï¿½s an artist.
I stared, unwavering, trying to fathom every horrid detail, trying to make sense of wrong and right, trying to see the good behind the bad, and I thought “Man, am I hungry.”I decided to go to the fridge and try the Wicked Cranberry Chutney that our webmaster Mike gave me, produced by Cotton Mountain Kitchen based in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire…. Not too sweet, not too tart, a roller coaster of taste sensation.Over the next few days, I used the chutney to accompany my homemade recipe for granola pancakes, as well as topping a turkey sandwich on whole wheat bread.
to top it off, they are participating in a program called “close the loop,” where you mail back your bottle cap and 360 will donate a dollar to environmentalist groups…. my bottle will be emptied pretty quickly, as 360 is pretty smooth going down… but they’re not gettin’ my cap back!If you like this post, read more Vodka Reviews here.I am Gwen, also known as Intoxicated Zodiac.