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Angel hair pasta tossed with Maine lobster, garlic, olive oil, white wine, assorted peppers and herbs. 2 cups olive oil 2 oz garlic puree 1/2 bunch of chopped parsley 1/2 bunch of chopped basil 1/2 bunch of chopped scallions 1/2 cups clam or chicken broth 2 oz lobster base Lobster Angel Hair Pasta Heat broth and lobster base and set aside. Heat olive oil to a smoking point and add garlic. (It will foam) Add all chopped herbs to extract flavors and add broth. This will be your basic sauce for the dish. Steam lobster for 6 minutes, chill in ice bath and break out of the shell. Cook angel hair pasta to Al Dente. In saute pan, heat assorted peppers in 6oz of the sauced lobster and pasta, toss quickly and serve decorated, sprinkle with Parmesan and Romano cheese. Bon Appetit!
Date: Sep 06, 2013
The E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center is hosting a fundraiser for area student programs and the preservation of Longleaf Pine trees at Bud & Alley's from 5 to 9 pm on Sunday, September 8.
Date: Aug 28, 2013
Click on this link to access the Bay District Schools website where they have links that offer free homework assistance.
Molten Choc Cakes 4 servings 1 cup sugar 2 Tablespoons cornstarch 8 oz bittersweet or semisweet choc, chopped ½ cup ( 1 stick) butter 3 large eggs 3 large egg yolks Butter two mini loaf pans (5 and ¾ x 3 and ¼ x 2 inches). Whisk sugar and cornstarch in large bowl to combine. Melt Choc and butter in heavy medium saucepan over low heat stirring constantly. Cool 10 min . Add sugar mixture to choc mixture and whisk until smooth. Whisk in eggs 1 at a time when whisk in yolks. Divide batter between prepared pans. Preheat over to 350 Bake cakes until puffed and dry and cracked on top and tester inserted into center comes out with some wet batter attached , about 25 minutes ( 28 if batter has been chilled) Cool cakes 10 min. Cut around cakes to loosen, Turn out onto 2 plates, Serve cakes warm with whipped cream or ice cream! Yum!
A teacher from Everitt Middle School will be spending 14 days at sea helping scientists survey Marine Protected Areas in the southeastern U.S. Jennifer Petro, a science teacher, plans to incorporate this experience into her lessons to better engage students in marine science. Through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Teacher at Sea program, Petro will set out to sea on Monday, July 1st and spend 14 days working on the ship living the life of a scientist.
Date: Jul 09, 2013
Newly diagnosed to long-term survivors, please join us to share your experience, strength, and hope with other women who are facing or have faced breast cancer. Discuss your feelings, ask questions and be assured that YOU ARE NOT ALONE!!
Date: Jan 29, 2013
Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the country and its signs and symptoms can be drastically different for women than men. The three minute video can give you a real-life perspective on how heart attacks can happen, even to the most unsuspecting women
Here are Dan and Jackie’s Top 5 training tips: 1. Hydrate! Hydrate! Hydrate! Don’t wait until race day! By then, it will be too late. Start drinking lots of water 2 days out. 2. Eat the right foods before and after the race. A slice of whole grain toast with peanut butter and a banana before the race is a great way to get the fuel your body needs. Be sure to train with your pre-race foods so your body is accustomed to the same foods on race day. After the race, a lean protein or your favorite protein bar is the best thing to help your muscles recover. 3. Strength Train. Strengthen your muscles to help prevent injury and potentially improve your performance on race day. 4. Get a workout buddy or join a running group. After the show, Dan and Jackie were each other’s best encouragement and motivator. They keep each other on track. 5. Set a pace! When participating in your first 5K or half marathon, it is important to pace yourself. Most people get overly excited and exhaust their energy in the first mile. Jackie does the “RunWalk” where she’ll run for 2 minutes and walk for one minute. Do what is comfortable for you.
Here is Dan's favorite recipes from a Biggest Loser cookbook with his own twist. It is a pre-race healthy pasta dish with chicken. Recipe: Makes 1 serving: Salt 1 1/2 tablespoons finely chopped yellow or white onion 2 small cloves garlic, minced 1 boneless chicken breast 1/2 cup canned crushed tomatoes 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano leaves 1/2 teaspoon extra-virgin olive oil Pinch of red-pepper flakes, or more to taste 2 ounces (one-fourth of an 8-ounce box) Nutrition Kitchen Angel Hair Style Golden Whole Soybean Pasta (Can substitute with whole wheat pasta) 1 to 2 teaspoons grated reduced-fat Parmesan cheese Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil. Meanwhile, lightly mist a small nonstick skillet with olive oil spray. Set over medium heat. Add the onion and garlic. Cook, stirring occasionally, for about 4 minutes, or until almost tender. (Do not brown.) Cut up and add the chicken. Increase the heat to medium high. Cook chicken until done. Reduce the heat to low. Add the tomatoes, oregano, and oil. Season with red-pepper flakes. When the water boils, add the pasta to the pot. Stir. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 3 minutes, or until al dente. Drain and add to the skillet mixture. Toss to combine. Transfer to a serving bowl. Sprinkle with the cheese. Serve immediately.
Caramel Apples Ingredients: 5 small apples 5 wooden skewers 14 oz package of caramels (about 50) 2 Tbsp water Directions: Wash and dry apples well (if apples aren’t completely dry the coating will not stick) Insert sticks into stem end of apples; set aside Heat caramels and water in double boiler or microwave until melted smooth Dip apples into melted caramel, spooning caramel over apples to coat Allow excess caramel to drip off, scraping bottom if necessary Place on greased parchment or waxed paper Let stand about 15 minutes or until caramel sets
Candy Apples Ingredients: 5 small apples 5 wooden skewers 2 cups sugar ½ cup light corn syrup ¾ cup water 4 drops of food coloring Cinnamon stick Directions: Wash and dry apples well (if apples aren’t completely dry the coating will not stick) Insert sticks into stem end of apples; set aside Combine water, corn syrup and sugar in the top of a double boiler over medium-high heat Stir until the sugar dissolves and then continue to cook, without stirring until mixture reaches 250 degrees Wash down the sides of the pan with a wet pastry brush occasionally to prevent crystallization. Once the candy reaches 250 degrees add the cinnamon stick and food coloring and stir briefly to incorporate Continue to cook, washing down the sides, until it reaches 285 degrees Remove from the heat and stir the candy so that it is smooth and even. Dip apples into melted candy, spooning candy over apples to coat Allow excess candy to drip off, scraping bottom if necessary Place on greased parchment, waxed paper or foil Allow apples to cool at room temperature Candy apples are best enjoyed within 24 hours
Date: Oct 02, 2012
Click on this link for more information about Sylvia's Weight Loss. Sylvia is a weight loss coach based in Panama City with an office at 2507 Harrison Ave, Suite 201. You can reach her at 819-1456.
Date: Jul 23, 2012
Click on this link to donate to SEA and several autism organizations suported by the SEA Paddle NYC event. Phil McDonald of Table Five Private Chef and Catering is paddling around the island of Manhattan as a participant in the elite race.
Click on this link for more information about the Summer BreakSpot offers a free nutritious breakfast, lunch, and snack at supervised and safe locations. Click on the link below to find a Summer BreakSpot site near you, or call 2-1-1.
Date: May 24, 2012
Click on this link for FCAT 2.0 Parent Resources. A toll free call center has also been set up from 7AM to 7PM Monday through Friday to answer parent questions. That number is 866-507-1109.
Date: May 23, 2012
Click on this link for more information about Girl Talk Inc., a national non-profit organization where high school girls mentor middle school girls through triumphs and trials of early teen years. You'll also find more information about found Haley Kilpatrick, who wrote the book "The Drama Years: Real Girls Talk About Surviving Middle School, Bullies, Brands, Body Image and More"
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