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New Metro Angry Mama Cleaning Microwave Cleaner Cooking Kitchen Gadget Tools With Package (Green)

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Size: roughly 5-1/2-inches tall and 4-1/2-inches wide

Easy steps:

Step 1:

Remove the top of Mama’s hair by twisting counter-clockwise. Pour vinegar and water till each of the respective markings. Replace the top and twist to lock in place.

Step 2:

Microwave for 5 – 8 minutes on a high setting. After about 2 minutes steam will start to blast out.

Step 3:

Remove the Mama by the elbows.

Step 4:

Just wipe down the microwave with a sponge, napkin or rag, and voila a spotless clean microwave

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  • ☑Cleans your microwave oven in just 7 minutes! Steam cleans and disinfects with vinegar & water – no harsh chemicals needed!
  • ☑Loosen the grease and crud, easily wipe out the microwave oven after using it. Cute design makes a great gift for any occasion. Top rack dishwasher safe.
  • ☑Just add vinegar and water, then microwave for roughly 5 minutes. Steam comes out of mama head and softens microwave dirt and stains for easier cleaning! Dishwasher safe. Steam cleans the crud from your microwave!
  • ☑The specially designed elbows will stay cool after microwaving, making it easy to remove. Made from really durable materials, it is easy to use and clean.
  • ☑Great tip: Add a few drops of lemon extract for a great smelling kitchen, as well as a clean microwave. Care instructions; To clean the Mama wash with soapy water or just place in your dishwashers top rack.

How to Use Fresh Pineapple in an Upside Down Cake

A classic pineapple upside down cake is made with rings of canned pineapple and has maraschino cherries placed into the center of each ring. I typically leave out the cherries – unless cherries are an integral part of the cake flavor I’m making – and replace them with more pineapple (or something really crazy, like spam). Canned pineapple is great because, not only is it tasty, but it has a long shelf life that enables you to make pineapple upside down cakes at a moment’s notice. But upside down cake recipes rely so much on canned pineapple that you might find yourself at a bit of a loss if you actually have a fresh pineapple available. And if you’re a pineapple fan like I am, you may have wondered if you can make pineapple upside down cake using fresh pineapple.

Fortunately, the answer is yes you can make pineapple upside down cake using fresh pineapple. To use fresh pineapple, you’re going to need to create your own rings. You can do this by trimming away the exterior of your pineapple, cutting it into 1/4-inch thick slices (or slightly thicker) and using an apple corer or similar tool to remove the pineapple’s core from each slice. Alternatively, you can use a pineapple corer to more quickly shape rings, though you’ll lose a bit of pineapple compared to the hand-cut method.

How to Use Fresh Pineapple in an Upside Down Cake

Once you have your pineapple rings, you’ll notice that they are probably larger than the rings of canned pineapple. You will need to be creative when putting them into your baking pan. Start with the center ring, then use large pieces (half rings) to fill in as much space as you can. When most of the bottom of the pan is covered in pineapple, you can add in some cherries (if you’re a traditionalist) or small pineapple chunks (if you just want as much pineapple as possible) to fill in the gaps.

From there, you can proceed with your recipe as written. The finished cake may have a slightly different look to it, but it will be at least as delicious and a lot more satisfying to eat.

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Istanbul & Beyond Author Robyn Eckhardt

Istanbul & Beyond has been named as one of the top cookbooks of Fall 2017 by Epicurious, Publisher’s Weekly and Tasting Table. But the reason I’m so excited about it is that I’ve had wonderful food on my two trips to Turkey. There is so much beyond just the typical kebabs you find in Turkish restaurants in the US. Recently I spoke with author Robyn Eckhardt about the book. 
How many years did the cookbook take to write and how many trips did you make to Turkey? 
We started research in 2011 and turned in the manuscript 5 years later. Probably about 13 or 14 trips, our first trip was in 1998. We were living in China and moved back to the Bay Area and I began studying Turkish and then we started going almost every year for 2-3 weeks. At this point I can talk to anyone in Turkish about anything food relatied. 
After all that research, how did you decided what should go in the book? 
I focused on things that were not in other books, I wanted to highlight things that were not paid attention to. It’s about home food what people eat everyday.
Like many tourists, I’ve been to Istanbul, Ankara, Capadocia and the Mediterranean coast. What are the regions that you recommend visiting for foodies?
Unfortunately some of the regions are not safe to travel to right now. But the Black Sea coast is one of my favorites. The climate is a bit like the Pacific Northwest, you can expect rain but you’re there for the food. September to May is the fishing season. The anchovies get an extra layer of fat, they call them the prince of fishes. Don’t go in the Summer, there are no fish and it’s packed with tourisits. 
What were the most surprising recipes you came across in your research? 
Cornbread, whole dried corn kernals, collard greens. It was a trip to the Black Sea that inspired the book. We’d spent 4-5 months and were discovering dishes we never thought were Turkish like cabbage rolls—I assoicate those with the Balkans and Russia. I didn’t really think of things like baba ghanouj and hummus made from a dried fava bean puree were Turkish. All of the ways they make meatballs. I’m used to grilled kofte from Istanbul but in the East they are made with pumpkin and spiced butter. I would never have imagined also curry. I never associated curry powder with food in Turkey. 
What misperceptions do people have about Turkish food? 
So many! That all Turks eat a lot of meat. That everyone eats lamb which they don’t in the Northeast. Meat is eaten in cities but in rural regions animals are raised for dairy and meat for income. So more dairy is consumed, chickens. Also syrup sweets, dried fruit, grape molasses. One more thing is that mezze are part of the Turkish diet. Mezze is food to go with drinking and In Eastern Turkey there is not much mezze culture. 
What are the 2-3 recipes you most hope readers will try? 
I hope they will try the meatballs with pumpkin and spice butter because it is delicious and surprising. It uses purple basil but I have a substitution if people can’t find it. The technique for chopping in seasonings to the meatballs can be applied to other recipes too, it makes them lighter. I hope they will try one of the cheeses, they aren’t hard at all. The Hatay chile cheese is really simple and mind-blowing and it’s versatile and can be eaten with flatbread. And I hope that people will try the okra dishes—either okra soup with a tiny bit of meat and another from the Southeastern with meat and pepper paste. It has converted okra haters! And you can easily find okra frozen if not fresh. (You can find the recipe for the meatballs in this recent article in the Wall Street Journal)
Where do you recommend for Turkish food in the Bay Area? 
Istanbul Modern is a pop-up in SF run by a husband and wife team, he’s Turkish and she’s Mexican. They both worked at top restaurants including Eleven Madison Park and Blue Hill at Stone Barns. They are doing different and interesting things. Note: There are still seats available for the Istanbul & Beyond cookbook event they are hosting on Sunday November 19, 2017 in San Francisco. 
Disclaimer: I received at review copy of the cookbook Istanbul and Beyond, I was not compensated monetarily for this or any other post. This post does include an affiliate link. 

How to Make Coconut Milk by Erica

Mimosa Salad (Video)

Photos: Greg Seber

This post was originally published on June 8, 2008 and is now updated. I have added a recipe video and tweaked the recipe for best results.
Mimosa Salad is a festive layered salad made with cooked vegetables and chicken, with its sour-cream-mayonnaise moistened top garnished with dill and eggs yolks to resemble mimosa flowers on snow. This unusual salad originates in Soviet Russia and back in the days, its popularity spanned across the Soviet republics (including Azerbaijan) where numerous variations of it were created. Mimosa flower was the symbol of Women’s Day during Soviet times, and this is where the salad is believed to have taken its name.

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Cooking for Hormone Balance: A Proven, Practical Program with Over 125 Easy, Delicious Recipes to Boost Energy and Mood, Lower Inflammation, Gain Strength, and Restore a Healthy Weight

A breakthrough program with more than 125 tempting, nutrient-dense recipes for thyroid conditions, Hashimoto’s, adrenal fatigue, menopause, endometriosis, fibroids, breast health, PMS, PCOS, and other hormonal imbalances.

Millions of women suffer from the life-altering, often debilitating symptoms resulting from hormonal imbalances: stubborn weight gain, fatigue, brain fog, depression, insomnia, digestive issues, and more. The good news is that most of these conditions are reversible. Integrative hormone and nutrition expert Magdalena Wszelaki knows this first-hand. Developing hyperthyroidism and then Hashimoto’s, adrenal fatigue, and estrogen dominance propelled her to leave a high-pressured advertising career and develop a new way of eating that would repair and keep her hormones working smoothly. Now symptom free, Magdalena shares her practical, proven knowledge so other women may benefit.

Drawing on current research and the programs she has developed and used to help thousands of women, she offers clear, concise action plans for what to remove and add to our daily diet to regain hormonal balance, including guides for specific conditions and more than 125 easy-to-prepare, flavorful, and anti-inflammatory recipes that are free of gluten, dairy, soy, corn, and nightshades and low in sugar.

Based on twenty hormone-supporting superfoods and twenty hormone-supporting super herbs—with modifications for Paleo, Paleo for Autoimmunity (AIP), anti-Candida, and low-FODMAP diets—these healing recipes include a terrific selection for everyday meals, from Sweet Potato and Sage Pancakes and Honey Glazed Tarragon Chicken to a Decadent Chocolate Cherry Smoothie.

With make-ahead meals, under-thirty-minute recipes, and time-saving tips and techniques, Cooking for Hormone Balance emphasizes minimal effort for maximum results—a comprehensive food-as-medicine approach for tackling hormone imbalance and eating your way to better health.


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Chicken Fajita Salad Bowls by Erica

Giovanni Italian Specialties by Tony Gemignani

I have a soft spot for all things Italian. I love the language, culture and especially the food. When I first moved to San Francisco (after living in Italy) I lived on Telegraph Hill and I did a lof of my shopping in North Beach, which has traditionally been San Francisco’s Italian neighborhood, dating back to the early 1900’s. I loved being able to speak Italian in the delis and buy fresh pasta and focaccia and a bit of Pecorino Toscano—just as I had in Florence. But North Beach is changing and Italian delis in particular have been in a decline all over the city. 
So I’m really pleased to see that a new Italian shop has opened up in North Beach. It’s Giovanni Italian Specialties by pizza impressario Tony Gemignani and is named for his 3 year old son. The shop is jam packed with high quality ingredients and prepared food. They are making extruded pasta on site and offer fresh pesto and jars of imported ingredients. Because it’s across the street from Washington Square Park it’s a perfect spot to pick up a piadina, slice of focaccia or pressed focaccia sandwich to go. The focaccia by the way is from Liguria Bakery just across the park. 
The shop carries a lot of products from Ritrovo, an importer from Seattle including oils, vinegars and tapenade and also offers some housewares and gift items including some cookbooks, linens Tony has brought back from Venice and small local ceramic pieces. While compact, the details to the shop like the collection of old transistor radios and fruit crate labels are very endearing and give it a personality all its own. The shop is run by general manager Lydia Faiella an artist who produces beautiful watercolors on wood cards—you’ll find them on display at the counter. Stop by next time you’re in the neighborhood. 
629 Union Street @ Columbus
San Francisco