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Thursday, September 3, 2015





1 1/2 Cups Graham Crackers
1/3 Cups Brown Sugar
1/3 Melted Butter Cups

2 - 8 oz. Packages Cream Cheese
1/2 oz. (15ml) Lemon Juice
1 Pint Heavy Cream
1/3 Cups White Sugar
1/2 Fireball Whiskey Cups


Cherry Pie Filling
1/2 Fireball Whiskey Cups

Saturday, June 20, 2015


A little while back — after a day when I was singing the pleasures of self-pleasure — some of you wrote in to ask me if I could recommend some vibrators. Since I'm no expert — I tend to use the same exact models over and over — I asked sex educator Carol Queen, who works for Good Vibrations, a sex shop based out of San Francisco that sells around the world through its site. She was happy to survey its data and report back about Good Vibe's five biggest sellers:
This toy is used externally, for clitoral vibration. Because of its big, cushy head and elegant design, it's sometimes called "The Cadillac."
Unlike the Magic Wand, this is a dildo. It goes inside you and has a curved tip that's designed to help you engage your G-spot. (I personally have never used anything curved like this, but frankly, it sounds ... intriguing.) It also has a ridged base, which helps to stimulate the walls of your vaginal cavity. (I'm not sure I care so much about that kind of thing, but you might.)
Like the G-Swirl, this toy can help you find the G-spot, though it's shaped differently — with a much larger and smoother head so that you can also use it on the clitoris.
the water dancer
This, like the Magic Wand, is designed for external use. Unlike the Wand, which has a smooth, rounded tip, this guy has a warty tip that helps provide a more intense sensation. (I've never used anything like this, but I notice it has only one speed and requires only one battery. That means this toy won't be intense enough for me. But some people prefer to use products that are a little gentler.)
If you look closely, you'll see that there is an actual rabbit hanging off the base! That little guy will wiggle his ears to help stimulate you clitorally. The shaft goes inside your bod, and the tip of it moves in a circular motion against your G-spot. This animal takes three AA batteries. I approve; that sounds powerful enough to me. (In case you were wondering, it's almost identical to one that was featured in an episode of Sex and the City with Samantha Jones.)
Lovelies, if you want to weigh in with your favorite products, please go ahead.

SUPER MOIST BBQ CHICKEN: www.facebook.com/SouthernStyleCooking

Super Moist Oven Baked BBQ Chicken | heatherlikesfood.com

A well baked chicken breast is, in my opinion, hard to find. Even at the best restaurants it seems like chicken is kind of the implanted  “safe food” on the menu for the unadventurous and takes a back seat when it comes to quality preparation.
Well, not today friends. Today we’re talking about baking chicken breasts to moist, juicy perfection. And while we’re focusing on smothering it in BBQ sauce, this preparation can be used on just about any flavor chicken you can dream up. Just marinade, season, bake, and enjoy.
The key to this oven baked BBQ chicken is to start with bone-in, half chicken breasts. Boneless and skinless chicken has it’s place in the poultry kingdom, but not here. We want the bone because it keeps the meat from drying out and imparts excellent flavor. Since we’re smothering this chicken in BBQ sauce, I’m going to take the skin off but I often leave it on if I’m cooking it without a sauce. Leaving it on will naturally baste the chicken as it cooks and also crisps up nicely if you like that sort of thing. I’m kind of a skin hater so even if I leave it on to cook I rarely eat it.
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Super Moist Oven Baked BBQ Chicken | heatherlikesfood.com

Next up is the marinade. I’m using a combo of olive oil, lemon juice, smoked paprika (for that smoky BBQ flavor) and minced garlic.
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Super Moist Oven Baked BBQ Chicken | heatherlikesfood.com

Mix up the marinade and pour over the chicken in a ziplock bag. I clearly ran out of bags so I had to improvise and use a produce bag. It worked in a cinch but I won’t recommend you try it. Bones + thin plastic + ewwie chicken juice = a mess in my fridge. Just use a regular bag, please. I use a bag as opposed to a bowl because you don’t have to use very much marinade to cover the chicken and it seems to marinade more evenly.
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Super Moist Oven Baked BBQ Chicken | heatherlikesfood.com

Place the chicken in the fridge for at least and hour or up to overnight. Going much past 24 hours could result in some funny-textured chicken though. Take the chicken out of the marinade and place on a baking sheet. Season with liberally with kosher salt and pepper and pop in a 350 degree oven for 20 minutes.
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Super Moist Oven Baked BBQ Chicken | heatherlikesfood.com

After 20 minutes your chicken will be about half-way done depending on the size of the breast. Brush each breast with your favorite BBQ sauce and return to the oven.
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Super Moist Oven Baked BBQ Chicken | heatherlikesfood.com

Repeat the application of BBQ sauce to the chicken every 5 minutes until the chicken is cooked through. Standard chicken breasts take a total of 35-40 minutes, so 4-5 brushings with the sauce should do ya. If you have a thermometer, insert it into the thickest part of the breast and remove from the oven when it hits 165 degrees F.
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Super Moist Oven Baked BBQ Chicken | heatherlikesfood.com

Taking the time to apply the sauce to the chicken at 5 minute intervals results in a deliciously sticky, glazed exterior that makes me want to lick my fingers just thinking about it.
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Super Moist Oven Baked BBQ Chicken | heatherlikesfood.com

Super Moist Oven Baked BBQ Chicken
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  • 4, bone-in Chicken Breast Halves
  • 3 tbsp olive oil
  • 1½ tsp smoked paprika
  • 2 tbsp fresh lemon juice
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • ½-3/4 tsp kosher salt
  • pepper to taste
  • 1 C favorite prepared BBQ sauce
  1. Remove skin from chicken breast halves and place in a large ziplock bag.
  2. Combine olive oil, smoked paprika, lemon juice, and garlic in a small bowl and pour over chicken.
  3. Let chicken marinade for at least an hour, up to 24 in the fridge.
  4. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  5. Remove chicken from bag and place on a baking sheet. Season with salt and pepper.
  6. Bake for 20 minutes and brush a layer of BBQ sauce on the chicken. Return to the oven and repeat brushing with BBQ sauce every 5 minutes until the chicken is cooked through, about 15 to 20 minutes longer. Chicken is done when it reaches an internal temperature of 165 degrees F when read with a thermometer inserted into the thickest part of the breast.

Read more at http://www.heatherlikesfood.com/super-moist-oven-baked-bbq-chicken/#53xwDQq1J7ZIij2p.99

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

CHICKEN POT PIE BISCUITS - From Sir Heist aka The "D"


Fun way to have food for a week


Cooking Time:20
Recipes Makes:8

Ingredients Related Tips

8-count biscuits
1 cup cooked chicken breast, diced (any leftover chicken works)
1 (10 1/2 ounce) can reduced-fat cream of chicken soup
2/3 cup shredded low-fat cheddar cheese
1 1/2 c. frozen veggies, thawed (I used 1 c. corn, peas and carrots & 1/2 c. broccoli)
1 teaspoon dried parsley flakes
1 teaspoon of minced onion
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1/2 teaspoon salt


*Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Cook the chicken however you like, then cut into small pieces

Separate biscuits and place each biscuit in a cup of a lightly greased 12-hole muffin pan, pressing dough up sides to edge of cup.

In a medium bowl, combine chicken, chicken soup, veggies, cheddar cheese, parsley flakes, and black pepper. Mix well to combine.

Evenly spoon chicken mixture into prepared biscuit cups.

Bake for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown.

Remove from oven. Place muffin pan on a wire rack and let set for 2-3 minutes. Serve at once.

Read more at http://myfridgefood.com/recipes/entree-chicken/chicken-pot-pie-biscuits-1/#moJT8c0UDrjqZwVk.99

Saturday, October 4, 2014

THE 5 SIGNS HE IS THE ONE FOR YOU - http://SexAndRecipes.blogspot.com - @SirHeist_DSMC

5 Signs He Is the Right One For You

Wish as we might-and despite what romantic comedies would have you believe-there is no magic answer to finding the perfect mate. Discovering if someone is the right one for you usually takes some time. Although we may wish to act solely on instinct-which can be helpful in determining if he is the right one-it is important to give it time before reaching that final decision.
While there is no set-in-stone policy for finding love, there are 5 signs you can use to determine if he is the one.
Sign #1 He Is the Right One - You Respect One Another
When it comes to figuring out if he is the right one, respect should be at the top of the list. Respect is also something that should go both ways. He should respect you and you should respect him, in turn.
You can tell he respects you when:
  • He is willing to compromise
  • He listens to your concerns and feelings
  • He notices when something is wrong and asks you about it
  • He values your opinion
  • He appreciates you
  • He is genuinely happy for you when you succeed
All of these are signs that he has respect for you. You should also demonstrate these same things to him. On the other hand, if you find that either of you are unwilling to compromise, concerns and feelings are dismissed, or you notice something is wrong but don't inquire, then you have some tell-tale signs that there is a lack of respect.
If either of you flippantly dismisses the other's opinions or act as if they are inconsequential, there is clearly a lack of respect. If you greet one another's successes with jealousy instead of enthusiasm and support, you need to take a minute to assess the level of respect that exists in your relationship.
Sign #2 He Is the Right One - He Has the Qualities You're Looking For
Ideally, you should know ahead of time what qualities are important to you in a mate. Trying to figure it out after the fact can lead to serious problems. If you have a good idea of the qualities you are looking for-the ones that are the most important-it will help you determine if he is the right one.
It helps to write a list. Select at least 10 qualities you are looking for in a man. Put that list in the order of importance. Take a serious look at the list and cross off any qualities that aren't so important. Some qualities are probably negotiable. If that is the case, they can likely be removed from the list. The idea is to get down to at least the top 5 non-negotiable qualities that you are looking for.
All of this must be done by keeping 2 important things in your mind. First, no one is perfect. If you are looking for Mr. Perfect, you might as well stop looking and recognize that perfection simply doesn't exist. With that in mind, know that you don't have to just "settle" for "good enough." You want to have the confidence of knowing that he is not someone you have simply settled for but he is the right one for you. The list of qualities you are looking for will help determine that.
Compare your list of top 5 non-negotiable traits and compare it to the man in question. Remember, these were non-negotiable qualities that you selected, so if he doesn't fit all of them, there is a good chance that he is not the right one for you. It's surprisingly easy to fall into the trap of trying to change your standards, but you should never change your standards to fit someone else. You can't make someone be who they aren't.
If he meets every one of your non-negotiable qualities, chances are good that he may be the right one for you.
Sign #3 He Is the Right One - You Share the Same Values
What do you value most? What values make up the life you have chosen to live? These are important questions to ask yourself, as they will help determine if he is the right one for you. Values are usually in-line with those non-negotiable items that will give you a clue as to whether or not he is the right one. If you don't share the same values, consider that to be a red flag.
An important factor to consider is if you find yourself compromising your values for him. Values really make up who we are. If you are changing your values in order to please someone else, then you are essentially trying to change yourself and that is never a good sign in a relationship!
Values are something that should be discussed ahead of time. Don't guess at what he values most in life, ask him! If he doesn't seem to have any values, or he can't articulate them, that might be another red flag to look for. A man of real substance is flexible, but will possess firm, well-reasoned values.
Sign #4 He Is the Right One - Your Intuition Tells You
Your intuition-your gut-should never be ignored. At the same time, it should never be THE deciding factor. Your intuition should serve as a guide, something you rely on when considering whether or not he is the right one.
Intuition is more than just how physically attracted you are towards him. It goes beyond that to a place deep inside where you just seem to "know." It's usually just a sense or a feeling that this person is the right one.
Whether your instincts are saying he is or isn't the one, it's an important consideration. Many times our instincts are right. Of course, our best instincts can be wrong and someone can present themselves to be something that they are not. This is why intuition is only one sign to consider in determining if he is the right one for you.
Sign #5 He Is the Right One - You Can Be Yourself With Him
You will not be appreciated or valued by a man who tries to change you or who cannot love you, flaws and all. So if you can be who you are when you are with him, he might just be the right one for you. This means he not only accepts the good in you, but also your weaknesses and faults. When you can be yourself, you will experience a sense of freedom. You will have confidence in knowing that he accepts you just as you are.
When taking these 5 signs into consideration, you will have a good idea if he is actually the right guy for you.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

7 Things That Lead You To Be UNFAITHFUL To Your Significant Other. POLICE YOURSELF or lose your LOVER.

    • Having an affair is not even on your radar. Never gonna happen. You are committed to your partner and you'd never be unfaithful to her or him. However, you may be unaware of other ways you are being disrespectful and yes,unfaithful. If these actions continue, you may find yourself on the slippery slope that leads to that never-intended affair and a sorrow you never wanted in your life.
      Unfaithfulness usually creeps in through the back door, disguising itself as harmless fun or innocent behavior. If you want your relationship to endure and be filled with happiness you may need to check this list to see if you have fallen prey to any of these unfaithful behaviors.

  • 1. Flirting

    Having a little playful fun at the office with a co-worker can't be too bad, you may rationalize. After all, flirting is fun. Avoid it like the plague. It's dangerous. If someone flirts with you, ignore it. What falls into the category of flirting? Here's one explanation of what flirting is. "[It] usually involves speaking and behaving in a way that suggests a mildly greater intimacy than the actual relationship between the parties would justify, though within the rules of social etiquette, which generally disapproves of a direct expression of sexual interest. This may be accomplished by communicating a sense of playfulness or irony... Body language can include flicking the hair, eye contact, brief touching, etc."
    People in relationships should never engage in this type of behavior with anyone other than their partner. It is a full-on form of unfaithfulness that leads to no good. The one you're flirting with may take it as an invitation and pursue a relationship you never intended.
  • 2. Confiding in the opposite gender

    When you pour out your troubles to someone of the opposite gender you are putting yourself in a vulnerable position. It may seem harmless. After all, you just needed a shoulder to cry on. If you've got a problem, talk about it with your spouse. That's your best-ever shoulder to cry on. If that's not working for you, try a trusted relative, clergyman, or therapist. Not someone who may consider this an invitation for intimacy. Even if it doesn't start that way, too often it ends that way. It's a form of unfaithfulness.
  • 3. Spending time alone with someone else

    What appears to be an innocent lunch out with someone of the opposite sex or stopping by for a chat at that someone's home without your spouse is definitely in the category of unfaithful behavior. You or the other person may say, "Hey, we're both adults. Nothing's going to happen." Well, things do happen. It's not appropriate. Go home and spend that time with your spouse.
  • 4. Talking negatively about your mate

    When you are a true friend to someone you never say bad things about them to others. Your mate is your best friend and is the last person you should ever talk about negatively. If you have a beef with your honey, talk it out with him or her. Let your conversations with others focus on the good things about your spouse. That's being faithful.
  • 5. Chatting on the Internet with someone of the opposite sex

    If you think this is harmless, think again. It may start out that way, but it definitely won't end that way. Some have engaged in what they considered innocent talk with a former boyfriend or girlfriend from high school or college days, or even a stranger. One thing can lead to another and before you know it, your relationship / marriage
  •  is in jeopardy. Don't do it. It will only end in sorrow and heartbreak for your family.
  • 6. Dressing to attract the attention of someone other than your spouse

    If you're dressing up to look good for someone else, you need to reexamine your motives. Trying to attract someone else by wearing a sexy looking outfit is one more way to jump into unfaithful waters.
  • 7. Writing personal intimate notes or letters to someone else

    If you're writing a letter of condolence or congratulations, or other good wishes, let it be from both you and your spouse. Then there will be no misunderstanding about your intentions.
  • Check yourself on these points and make sure you are being 100 percent faithful to your spouse. By doing this you will create a genuinely happy and fulfilling relationshp.
Where to draw the line
Is your work flirting crossing the line? Reeder outlines some questions to ask yourself:
• Would you behave the same way if your romantic partner friends were standing next to you?
• Are your flirtations consistent with the way you normally behave?
• Are you thinking about your "work flirt interest" while not at work?
• Do you compare your "work spouse" to your real romantic partner?
* Would you act the same if your "work flirt interest" romantic partner was there?
As flirting can include physical contact, even though the intent is innocent, it is wise to keep 
in mind how such behavior might be misinterpreted by some people.

Your outside interest will weaken your relationship. You may justify what you're doing by telling yourself that it has a positive effect on your work life because it boosts your mood. But what you refer to as a mood boost is actually an ego trip. Imagine that you and your mate are allotted just enough food to feed yourselves, but before you divide it up, you skim off a significant portion of some of the best food and squirrel it away for yourself. You justify this by telling yourself that you need this extra food to keep yourself feeling good, which benefits your relationship. Then, when your unionstarts to show signs of malnutrition, you blame your mate.
What you're doing with your flirt buddy is no different. In a relationship, you're supposed to share your resources with your partner. But you're secretly diverting away the best of what you have to offer and lavishing it on yourself. Why? Because you think you deserve more than everyone else. Face it: Your ego is the problem.

Your partner is at a competitive disadvantage. Comparing your partner to your flirt buddy isn't fair. Out of the three of you, your partner is the only one who does not realize there's a competition going on. Remember when the two of you mutually decided to stop shopping around and commit to each other? Your partner took you at your word. But now you're secretly playing by a different set of rules. You're out there sizing up melons and squeezing the Charmin. They arenot comparing you to others who are sending her flirty signals; they are focused on you. If you're really interested in having a union that is satisfying, you have to play by the same rules. Otherwise, your relationship is fundamentally unfair.
So, if you currently have a flirt buddy, what should you do? I'm glad you asked. The answer is really very simple. You need to decide if you (a) want to be ina union, or (b) want to be single. In case that's not clear enough, let me dumb it down a little further: you need to either (a) break it off with your flirt buddy, or (b) lose them.
Obviously, option (a) is the simplest way to go. All it requires is that you make the choice not to take your energy and put it into outside intrigues. And this really is a choice. Just as your partner chooses not to be open to others' advances when they come across them in their daily life, so can you.

Then, take all that chemistry that you've been channeling to your flirt buddy and reroute it back to its rightful owner: your partner. Buy into your relationship enough to develop inside jokes within. Be into your mate to the point that you send them flirty texts when you're apart. Value spending time with them enough to justify having lunch  during the week rather than just seeing them when you both get "free time" at the end of a long day. And when you have the opportunity to do any of these things with a potential new flirt buddy, don't.
If you are convinced that your partner is part of the problem (or even the entire problem) and it's not simply a matter of choosing to feed your union rather than feeding an outside intrigue, then in addition to pulling the plug on your outside interest, you should power up some honest and constructive communication with your mate about what's wrong with your relationship. If your efforts to improve your union fail, that doesn't justify picking up where your left off with your flirt buddy; it means you either keep trying until you either succeed or conclude that your relationship is not fixable, at which point you should proceed with ending it.