fudo finds: fathers’s day & spice rubs & many more

Father’s Day is just around the corner. It is time to start shopping and do we have some fantastic finds to share with you! Grilling Gifts When do the men, who typically can only be found in the kitchen when dinner is finished cooking, have an uncontrollable desire to cook? When it involves a great deal of fire and smoke, of course! What man is not the master of his own grill? Show him you appreciate his grilling skills with the following gifts: Aprons Your grill master will need an apron so try one of these fun aprons on for size: From Sweet Bohemian Life a fun apron that is 100% cotton with the following on the apron “My House My Rules” and a picture of a “retro guy”. The apron is adjustable around the neck and has a double pocket in the front. For a simple statement that gets... Read the Rest →

 

fudo finds: calbee saya snow pea crisps

Having junk food for a snack is a way of life. C’mon, life’s too short to stay stuck in the band wagon of OCD on the few and simple pleasures of life, including enjoying food that is considered unhealthy. Just remember this simple saying “too much of anything is unhealthy” and you can never go wrong in your decision on what is healthy or not. To eat or not to eat is a question that will no longer plague you. “No TV after 6”, “wash your hands before you eat”, “do your homework”, and “eat your vegetables” are just a few of the more common reminders our parents used to drum into our senses every day of our childhood lives. Once we get to taste freedom from our parents, we still unconsciously try to find ways to rebel against these commandments that shackled us when we were kids. I really... Read the Rest →

 

fudo finds: homeward bound hot sauce & sweets by kim plus jeenovino

1. Homeward Bound Hot Sauce Meals Ready to Eat otherwise known as MREs are what our military members exist on when in the field. They are quite complete meals, if unappetizing. Some of the meals come with the teeny tiniest bottle of Tabasco Sauce. Many service members are happy to use this on their less them appealing meal. While Tabasco Sauce is a mainstay and there is nothing inherently wrong with it, military members might have like to enjoy some interesting hot sauce flavors in their MREs. We found some flavorful and fun hot sauces at Homeward Bound Hot Sauce. “Drunk Uncle” is…well…best described by the maker of the hot sauce: “A complex mix of smooth, slow-burnin’ peppers with a southern whiskey barbeque spankin’! Patiently-aged, this sauce embodies “southern sophistication.” Then, there is Patty Cake for those of us who have little tolerance for the heat. The little dogs who... Read the Rest →

 

fudo finds: homeward bound hot sauce & sweets by kim plus jeenovino

1. Homeward Bound Hot Sauce Meals Ready to Eat otherwise known as MREs are what our military members exist on when in the field. They are quite complete meals, if unappetizing. Some of the meals come with the teeny tiniest bottle of Tabasco Sauce. Many service members are happy to use this on their less them appealing meal. While Tabasco Sauce is a mainstay and there is nothing inherently wrong with it, military members might have like to enjoy some interesting hot sauce flavors in their MREs. We found some flavorful and fun hot sauces at Homeward Bound Hot Sauce. “Drunk Uncle” is…well…best described by the maker of the hot sauce: “A complex mix of smooth, slow-burnin’ peppers with a southern whiskey barbeque spankin’! Patiently-aged, this sauce embodies “southern sophistication.” Then, there is Patty Cake for those of us who have little tolerance for the heat. The little dogs who... Read the Rest →

 

fudo finds: kc's canning & bee's felt market & frost the cake & farina & tootlepipbynicole

We try to include a Fudo Find each week, but found that there are so many incredible finds we must include more than one a week. This week we’d like to bring to your attention five fun finds. KC’s Canning’s tag line states: “Not your mother’s jams and jellies!!!” Kerrie, the talent behind the canning isn’t kidding when she makes that statement. Preserving foods by canning them was developed out of a necessity in 1809 by a French confectioner and brewer, Nicolas Appert, who observed that food cooked inside a jar, did not spoil unless the seals leaked. The women of the world took note. Canning became a household practice for many who had farms or large kitchen gardens. Thankfully, the art and science of canning is not lost. Kerrie provides us with a delightful choice of canned goods that truly are not our mother’s jams and jellies. With flavors... Read the Rest →

 

fudo finds: kc’s canning & bee’s felt market & frost the cake & farina & tootlepipbynicole

We try to include a Fudo Find each week, but found that there are so many incredible finds we must include more than one a week. This week we’d like to bring to your attention five fun finds. KC’s Canning’s tag line states: “Not your mother’s jams and jellies!!!” Kerrie, the talent behind the canning isn’t kidding when she makes that statement. Preserving foods by canning them was developed out of a necessity in 1809 by a French confectioner and brewer, Nicolas Appert, who observed that food cooked inside a jar, did not spoil unless the seals leaked. The women of the world took note. Canning became a household practice for many who had farms or large kitchen gardens. Thankfully, the art and science of canning is not lost. Kerrie provides us with a delightful choice of canned goods that truly are not our mother’s jams and jellies. With flavors... Read the Rest →

 

fudo finds: kc’s canning & bee’s felt market & rost the cake & farina & tootlepipbynicole

We try to include a Fudo Find each week, but found that there are so many incredible finds we must include more than one a week. This week we’d like to bring to your attention five fun finds. KC’s Canning’s tag line states: “Not your mother’s jams and jellies!!!” Kerrie, the talent behind the canning isn’t kidding when she makes that statement. Preserving foods by canning them was developed out of a necessity in 1809 by a French confectioner and brewer, Nicolas Appert, who observed that food cooked inside a jar, did not spoil unless the seals leaked. The women of the world took note. Canning became a household practice for many who had farms or large kitchen gardens. Thankfully, the art and science of canning is not lost. Kerrie provides us with a delightful choice of canned goods that truly are not our mother’s jams and jellies. With flavors... Read the Rest →

 

fudo finds: kc's canning & bee's felt market & frost the cake & farina & tootlepipbynicole

We try to include a Fudo Find each week, but found that there are so many incredible finds we must include more than one a week. This week we’d like to bring to your attention five fun finds. KC’s Canning’s tag line states: “Not your mother’s jams and jellies!!!” Kerrie, the talent behind the canning isn’t kidding when she makes that statement. Preserving foods by canning them was developed out of a necessity in 1809 by a French confectioner and brewer, Nicolas Appert, who observed that food cooked inside a jar, did not spoil unless the seals leaked. The women of the world took note. Canning became a household practice for many who had farms or large kitchen gardens. Thankfully, the art and science of canning is not lost. Kerrie provides us with a delightful choice of canned goods that truly are not our mother’s jams and jellies. With flavors... Read the Rest →

 

fudo finds: dainty delights cookies

Believe it or not Valentine’s Day is just two and a half weeks away! It is hard to believe that January is almost over (not that we mind) and, if you are like us, Valentine’s Day is going to sneak up on you. We were looking for Valentine’s Day products and came upon these lovely cookies by Dainty Delights. They caught our attention for their focused attention to detail and their soft, Victorian fashion. “Dainty Delights specialty lies in the creation of exceptional gourmet decorative and traditional cookies, cupcakes and Faberge chocolate eggs/containers that are not only delicious, delightful, stylish and creative but fun. Our grand array of dainty desserts are passionately conceived from scratch using only the finest and freshest ingredients, traditional cookies are moist and baked to perfection and decorative cookies and cakes are accentuated with elaborate designs and wonderful flavors. “ Dainty Delights hails from Coral Springs,... Read the Rest →

 

fudofinds: cloud9fabrics

What can you say about a person who you’ve known since you were 5 years old? I’ve known Michelle longer than anyone on this earth except my family. We met in kindergarten. Her mother, Arlette, was our art teacher from kindergarten to 8th grade. And, Michelle inherited her mother’s (and grandmother’s) amazing talents. I always admired Michelle’s talent, her eye for detail. As a child I was always proud that she was my friend. I was tall and awkward, with frizzy, curly hair and glasses. Michelle was petite and adorable, with thick, long blonde hair and a bright smile. But, we clicked. And, today, as an adult I am even prouder still of my dear friend. Michelle is the co-founder of Cloud9 Fabrics and currently the Design and Marketing Director. Because I won’t do Michelle justice I will defer to her about page information: “Michelle has spent her entire life... Read the Rest →

 

fudofinds: grow your own salad with moonlight micro farm

During the long, cold months of winter we mourn the loss of our trips to the farmer’s market, basket in hand, warm breeze and sunshine. However, winter does not have to be completely devoid of this experience if you create your own windowsill garden. Looking at pots of fresh herbs growing, leaning towards the winter light coming through frost covered windows can be soothing. Snipping fresh herbs to add to your winter meal is satisfying. If you enjoy planting a vegetable and flower garden out of doors it might not be too early to get those seeds started depending on the climate zone in which you live. Beginning your garden from seed can be a little challenging, but it is also extremely rewarding. You’ll need to do a little research and planning: (1) Read about the climate zone in which you live. (2) Decide what you’d like to plant and... Read the Rest →

 

fudofinds: just crumbs

Tempting treats, Fudofinds features these amazing cookie creators and their creations to brighten up every imaginable occasion, from this holiday season, to birthdays, Easter, and even just your ordinary day. Here are cookies that are just too good to resist! Just crumbs Just Crumbs…cookies so good that what’s left are crumbs Just Crumbs specializes in handcrafted custom sugar cookies. It is owned and operated by Ella who is a self proclaimed cookieholic from Memphis and is a professional pastry chef. Baking is Ella’s creative outlet, and you can see all that creativity come alive in her brilliant and delicious creations! Each cookie that comes from Just Crumbs is made with passion, care and love. Every order is made fresh using the simplest ingredients to make the best tasting cookies imaginable. For a peek at more of the creative creations of Ella, please visit http://www.etsy.com/shop/justcrumbs. Orders for delivery date after December... Read the Rest →

 

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