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How to Grow Your Own Lentil Sprouts

Well my lentil kick continues and this time it’s a little bit different. This time it comes in the form of lentil sprouts. These sprouts have a nice flavour to them – similar to fresh garden peas and have a good crunch to them. ¬†They are great to use in sandwiches, eggs, soups or dressing meat dishes. Let’s get to the part where you learn how to grow these right in your kitchen! Continue reading

How To Roll Up The Rim To Win – Tim Hortons

It’s that time of the year again!! RRRRRROOOLL UP THE RIM TO WIN is back at Tim’s! While I don’t particular enjoy Tim Hortons coffee, I find myself gravitating towards it lately, solely for the fact that I can get my coffee fix AND some excitement anticipating the message under the rim! So for all those Timmies addicts, who find themselves hurriedly chewing on the rim of their cup, trying to get to the winning message, this post if for you! CHEW NO MORE! This is the EASIEST and BEST way to roll up the rim!

First get your cup properly oriented to the arrow!


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How to Make Your Own Wedding Cake (or your Best Friend’s Wedding Cake)

It seems like I’m getting to that age where a lot of my good friends are getting engaged – wait, does this mean I’m getting old?? Ekkk… Let’s hope not. Anyways, one of my best friends (let’s call her Maddog) is planning her wedding for August of 2012 and we were discussing wedding cakes. Her and her fiance were interested in making their own wedding cake, so I came up this cake: A Vanilla Cake & Amaretto Cake with a Rich Vanilla Bean Buttercream. So let’s get to this recipe which is easy enough for anyone to make their own wedding cake or cupcakes…. Continue reading