Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Shop Adventure


Craft Flaire has a new vendor sharing my space now! She has Handmade All Natural Scented Soy Container Candles/ Scented Soy Melts/ Scented Soy Tealights/ Candle Accessories.

She sells Retail, Wholesale and Welcomes Charity Events and Fundraisers.

Her Candles and our Tabletop Home Decor will compliment each other!

COME AND SEE A DIFFERENT THEME EACH MONTH IN THE SHOP USING OUR PRODUCTS IN THE STORE!

"SPRINGTIME BRINGS FLOWERS, CRITTERS AND SCENTS"


APRIL BRINGS MAY FLOWERS AND SHOWERS BUT CRAFT FLAIRE AND CANDLES BY LANA WILL BRING THE SCENTS AND TABLESCAPE IDEAS FOR YOUR HOME ENTERTAINING AND HOME COMFORT NEEDS WITHOUT THE SHOWERS!

Thanks for visiting! Cindy
Simple Desserts To Impress your Guests!

Monday, March 28, 2011

Beer Can Chicken

This recipe was too good not to share with you. Great for your camp-outs! Thanks for visiting!

BEER CAN CHICKEN
The liquid from the beer can creates steam that helps cook the chicken from the inside and keep it moist and delicious
In the past decade, whole chickens mounted on beer cans have become a familiar sight at backyard barbecues the country over. And for good reason: The liquid creates steam that helps cook the chicken from the inside and keep it moist. Also, standing the chicken up vertically means the legs (which take the most time to cook) are exposed to the most intense heat, meaning the bird will cook evenly without drying out the breast. The result: one of the tastiest chickens imaginable with no heavy sauces or sides.

You'll Need:
1 chicken (3-4 lb)
24 oz Coca-Cola
3/4 tsp salt
Freshly cracked pepper
1 can beer

How to Make It:
*Combine the chicken and the Coke and soak overnight in the fridge (or for at least 2 hours).

*Heat a grill. If using charcoal, bank the hot coals to one side to create a cooler section for indirect cooking. If using a gas grill, leave one section of burners off and the others set on medium. Remove the chicken from the soda and dry all over. Rub with salt and pepper.

*Open up the beer can; drink half of it. Mount the chicken on top of the beer can, running the can through the chicken's cavity until it's firmly lodged and can stand up on its own. Place on the cooler side of the grill, cover, and cook until a thermometer inserted into the thigh reads 160F, about 1 to 1 1/2 hours. You can baste the chicken with your favorite barbecue sauce in the last 20 minutes or so, but it's so moist, you don't really need it.

Makes 4 servings
Cost per serving: $3.09
410 calories
11 g fat (2.5 g saturated)
730 mg sodium

Not That!
T.G.I. Friday's Jack Daniels Chicken
Price: $14.89
1,000 calories

Save! 590 calories and $11.80!

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Gold Panning Lessons

Here is the announcement you have been waiting for. STARTING FRIDAY, MARCH 11TH 2011,CRAFT FLAIRE is the host for * GOLD PANNING LESSONS* at EUMUNDI INDOOR MARKET by CINBUDS GOLD! The set up will be outside out front of building. LEARN THE TECHNIQUES OF GOLD PANNING WITH HANDS ON LESSONS! SEE REAL PLACER GOLD! BUY GOLD PAN KITS WHICH INCLUDE YOUR LESSON AND YOUR REAL GOLD SAMPLE! See Craft Flaire inside for more details! Check out our AZ Prospecting blog at: www.cinbudsfamily.blogspot.com Thanks for visiting! Cindy from CRAFT FLAIRE.

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