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  • What better way to celebrate the weekend than with a chocolate chip cookie! Try our recipe for moist, delicious chocolate chip cookies with one secret ingredient – our Goldust™ Potatoes! Full recipe here:
    Ingredients •1 lb. butter, room temperature
    •2 cups brown sugar
    •1 ½ sugar
    •1 cup Klondike Goldust® potatoes, riced
    •3 eggs
    •1 tsp. salt
    •1 Tbsp. baking soda
    •2 Tbsp. vanilla
    •3 cups semisweet chocolate chips
    •6 cups flour
    •1 ½ cups chopped walnuts, optional

    Directions:
    Cream together butter, sugars, and potatoes for about 3 minutes.
    Add the eggs one at a time and completely incorporate the egg before adding the next one.
    Add the salt, baking soda, and vanilla, and blend into batter. Be sure to scrape the sides of the bowl to incorporate all the ingredients.
    Add the flour and blend.
    Add the chocolate chips and blend carefully into the batter.
    Drop the desired cookie dough size onto a prepared baking sheet.
    Bake in a preheated 350°F oven for about 11 minutes or until desired color is reached.
  • What better way to celebrate the weekend than with a chocolate chip cookie! Try our recipe for moist, delicious chocolate chip cookies with one secret ingredient – our Goldust™ Potatoes! Full recipe here: 
Ingredients •1 lb. butter, room temperature
•2 cups brown sugar
•1 ½ sugar
•1 cup Klondike Goldust® potatoes, riced
•3 eggs
•1 tsp. salt
•1 Tbsp. baking soda
•2 Tbsp. vanilla
•3 cups semisweet chocolate chips
•6 cups flour
•1 ½ cups chopped walnuts, optional

Directions:
Cream together butter, sugars, and potatoes for about 3 minutes.
Add the eggs one at a time and completely incorporate the egg before adding the next one.
Add the salt, baking soda, and vanilla, and blend into batter. Be sure to scrape the sides of the bowl to incorporate all the ingredients.
Add the flour and blend.
Add the chocolate chips and blend carefully into the batter.
Drop the desired cookie dough size onto a prepared baking sheet.
Bake in a preheated 350°F oven for about 11 minutes or until desired color is reached.
  •  0  1 16 February, 2019
  • Happy #SaturDIY !
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    How’s your indoor garden growing?
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    In #Chicago (& elsewhere) we called it #urbangardening -when you don’t really have the land to farm - but still garden & harvest produce!
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    Living in Bridgeport, a south side community of Chicago, my eyes were opened to just how resourceful one can be.
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    Bridgeport was predominantly of Asian descent- from Korean to Japanese to Cambodian, Chinese, Vietnamese- they settled here and made it their home. Bridgeport is just south (about a 5-10 min walk) of China Town.
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    The entire purpose for bringing up the Western culture is how much more in tune their culture & upbringing is. Btwn resourcefulness & valuing the right to have homegrown wholesome food.
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    It inspired me so much simply walking my dog through my neighborhood, as every block literally has 3-5 front yard gardens. Utilizing what they have!! I would stare and study the way the structures were built, how they irrigated the land. I learned so much by simply observing.
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    Building upward, by using sticks and rope - securing a trellis to have their squash varieties above ground - presuming to rid the plethora of varmints we have very regularly - I thought it was ingenious.
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    There are so many simple methods and solutions for so many gardening “problems” WE create.
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    Gardening was made to be simple. Let nature do the work, help when nature needs it. Simple.
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    This russett potato scrap has two large shoots and 4 on the way.
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    I have 4 of my 8 sweet potato scrap ends rooting, 3 garbanzo beans sprouted- with dill and parsley on the rise too.
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    All from the comfort of 2 windowsills & a seed heat mat.
    Planted in plastic caps I’ve repurposed & tin cans. Compost was made entirely from scraps. No “dirt” or “soil” was used. And things seem to be growing just fine & dandy!
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    Folks, if you make sure your compost is thriving with the nutrients all plants need, a common balance of acidic to alkaline - you will have some of the healthiest & tastiest produce you’ve ever tasted.
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    I’ll be sharing a blog discussing the ease of jumpstarting your compost without the need of leaving your home for anything “extra”...unless you’re just going grocery shopping to restock! 😅🎉
  • Happy #SaturDIY !
-
How’s your indoor garden growing?
-
In #Chicago (& elsewhere) we called it #urbangardening -when you don’t really have the land to farm - but still garden & harvest produce!
-
Living in Bridgeport, a south side community of Chicago, my eyes were opened to just how resourceful one can be.
-
Bridgeport was predominantly of Asian descent- from Korean to Japanese to Cambodian, Chinese, Vietnamese- they settled here and made it their home. Bridgeport is just south (about a 5-10 min walk) of China Town.
-
The entire purpose for bringing up the Western culture is how much more in tune their culture & upbringing is. Btwn resourcefulness & valuing the right to have homegrown wholesome food.
-
It inspired me so much simply walking my dog through my neighborhood, as every block literally has 3-5 front yard gardens. Utilizing what they have!! I would stare and study the way the structures were built, how they irrigated the land. I learned so much by simply observing.
-
Building upward, by using sticks and rope - securing a trellis to have their squash varieties above ground - presuming to rid the plethora of varmints we have very regularly - I thought it was ingenious.
-
There are so many simple methods and solutions for so many gardening “problems” WE create.
-
Gardening was made to be simple. Let nature do the work, help when nature needs it. Simple.
-
This russett potato scrap has two large shoots and 4 on the way.
-
I have 4 of my 8 sweet potato scrap ends rooting, 3 garbanzo beans sprouted- with dill and parsley on the rise too.
-
All from the comfort of 2 windowsills & a seed heat mat.
Planted in plastic caps I’ve repurposed & tin cans. Compost was made entirely from scraps. No “dirt” or “soil” was used. And things seem to be growing just fine & dandy!
-
Folks, if you make sure your compost is thriving with the nutrients all plants need, a common balance of acidic to alkaline - you will have some of the healthiest & tastiest produce you’ve ever tasted.
-
I’ll be sharing a blog discussing the ease of jumpstarting your compost without the need of leaving your home for anything “extra”...unless you’re just going grocery shopping to restock! 😅🎉
  •  3  1 16 February, 2019
  • Long boi
  • Long boi
  •  7  1 16 February, 2019
  • I always bite my ice cream y’all just weak
  • I always bite my ice cream y’all just weak
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