Jan 9, 2012

Honey Sriracha Sauce

With all the Football meals being planned, appetizers being served & weekend snacking going on…try this sweet & spicy Honey Sriracha Sauce recipe for your next batch of wings, glaze or marinade.

White Vinegar

Method: In a large bowl, with a whisk mix together equal Parts of Honey & Sriracha, and add a dash of Vinegar until combined.  (Equal parts example: 1 C Honey, 1 C Sriracha and 1 Tsp Vinigar)

Use this spicy sweet concoction as a wing sauce, glaze, for grilling or a marinade!

Jan 6, 2012

Calorie Creatures

No wonder...it all makes sense now! 
Thank you Munhui for the enlightening us about these devious little creatures…

Strawberries & Cream Smoothie Mask

1 C Fresh/Frozen Strawberries (Raspberries or Blueberries optional)
1 C Plain Yogurt or Greek Yogurt
1-2 TBSP Honey (great moisturizer and helps clear skin)

HOW TO MAKE:  In a blender or food processor, combine strawberries, yogurt, and honey and bled on high until smooth and creamy. Pour into a glass and enjoy, setting just enough aside pamper your face.

HOW TO USE:  Apply remaining smoothie to your face over a sink (it’s a little drippy at first, but a smooth layer will stay put), and leave it on for about 5-10 minutes before rinsing off.

DID YOU KNOW?  Strawberries have more anti-aging vitamin C per serving than oranges or grapefruit! Research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition shows that people who eat foods rich in vitamin C have less wrinkles and less age-related dry skin than those who don’t. Vitamin C helps fight free radicals, which damage cells and break down collagen, leading to those dreaded wrinkles and fine lines. For smoother, hydrated and happy skin apply a natural-berry mask once or twice a week.

Feed Your Face and Your Tummy Too!