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Does Aldi irish butter whip Kerrygold?

Aldi used to carry Kerrygold irish butter and then they stopped. Now they carry their own brand of irish butter. I’ve had both of them before but not at the same time. So I went out and got one of each (and two others) to compare them side by side. Watch my Aldi irish butter […]

Three unique ways to wear pins

I have quite a collection of pins and one thing I generally don’t do with them is wear them on jackets or dresses. You know, the normal way most people wear them. So I’ve come up with other ways to wear these beautiful pins that would otherwise be forgotten in a jewelry box. Watch my […]

Easy keto beef jalapeño skillet

Here’s a quick, simple keto recipe involving ground beef and jalapeños. Yes, those jalapeños are making another appearance because I still have about a half gallon left from the gargantuan bottle I got at Costco. Anyway, I’ve discovered the heat and vinegar infusion from the jalapeños gives the ground beef a really good flavor. So […]

Keto chicken jalapeño popper casserole

I love keto jalapeño poppers but they’re kind of a pain to make. And I love chicken but sometimes it gets a little boring. So I decided to put the two together in a casserole using shortcuts that eliminate the hassle. All the ingredients combine together beautifully and yet the individual flavors don’t get lost. […]

The enzyme that eats scar tissue

Anyone who’s undergone ORIF surgery, as I have, knows the resulting scar tissue causes pain and is a huge obstacle in regaining full range of motion. Conventional means of breaking up scar tissue actually result in the formation of new scar tissue.  But there’s an effective solution that’s not well known outside of Europe and […]

Homemade sauerkraut, my flat belly secret

I hope that got your attention! Yes, I believe eating a little of my homemade sauerkraut every day helps keep my tummy flat. I will explain why and show you how I make my own sauerkraut. Food fermentation has a long history Humans have been fermenting food since an estimated 10,000 BC. The reasons for […]