Wednesday, April 25, 2012
I am having a lot of fun making and using my own creations but once in a while you stock up on the things your loving and Flowers has been that thing that I could not get much of. Its everything you imagine a fragrance called Flowers to be its like sunshine in a bottle, and your covered in a bed of blooms upon blooms of flowers.
Its very sweet so if your not one for the sweet stuff stay aways and let me tell you I am one to be easily nauseated by certain scents but not Flowers it puts a smile on my face whenever I get a wind of this scent in my crazy workdays. It boast notes of Gardenias and Linden Blossom and to be honest with you I do not detect a single not of rose nor jasmine I just smell a new hybrid of a new species of flowers maybe the queen of flowers "Rose" and the king of flowers "Jasmine" came together and gave birth to this beauty.
Sunday, April 22, 2012
This blog will be about mixing and creating.
Take a look and come with me on this adventure
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Rice and Peas
Tin of organic kidney red beans from whole food
Extra virgin Coconut oil
1/3 Sweet Pepper
Small Whole hot pepper
Pour kidney beans in pot fill the container that the beans came out of with hot water add to pot add 1 table spoon coconut powder stir and pour in the pot, bring to boil.
Add you thyme, scallion, pimento, sweet pepper and small whole hot pepper, sea salt and black pepper to taste bring to boil.
Rinse your jasmine rice add to pot and add 1 table spoon coconut oil when it starts to bubble turn the heat down from 6 - 3 and let steam, when all the water is gone test your rice and peas if it is cook or not or if you need to add a tip more water.
Coconut Curry Shrimp
2 Pound Jumbo Shrimp
1 tbs Red Thai curry past
1 tbs Curry powder
Fish powder season
2 tbs Coconut oil
1/2 Sweet pepper cut in strips
2 or 1 slice of hot pepper
1 Carrot Cut in strips
Season Shrimp to taste with everything above except the coconut brick and Red Thai curry past, let sit for 30 min
Heat pot add 2 table spoon coconut oil to pot add Red Thai curry past stir, pour Shrimp with all your season in pot and stir cover for 5 to 10 min, then add a bit of your coconut cream this depends on how creamy you would like this to be and how much coconut flavor you want, let cook for another 10 to 15 min your Shrimp should cook no longer than 20 to 30 min as soon as the shrimps are pink and tender turn off. And serve