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Stonefire Kitchen

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Thanks to Shaina and Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads for contacting me and letting me know about the fabulous giveaway opportunities just by “liking” their Facebook page!

You guys, you can win so many cool little gadgets that will make you feel like a professional chef 😉  At the end of each week, until the end of the year, they will choose a winner to receive 1 of 15 different prizes to help you authenticate your kitchen!  It’s so easy to enter, it’d be silly NOT to!

Here’s a sneak peek at s0me of the goodies you could win!:

  • Non-stick Panini Duo
  • Glazed Pizza Stone
  • Baby Gas Grill
  • Food Processor
  • Stainless Steel Cookware Set
  • Stand Mixer
  • Brushed Stainless Steel Toaster Oven
  • Hot Beverage Machine
  • Stainless Steel Rotary Cheese Grater

 Better get yourself entered now!  The first winner will be selected September 19th!  Also, please note that there will be a product review coming shortly of these yummy looking flatbreads, roti, and pita breads!

 

 

Homemade Thai Peanut Sauce

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If you’ve been reading my blog for awhile now, you know that I’m all about quick, convenient, simple recipes.  I don’t have much time to throw things together between schooling and working, so time is really an issue for me.  Sometimes I wonder what I could conjur up if I actually made time to cook!

One of my favorite take-out dishes, steamed shrimp & mixed vegetables, from the chinese place in our town comes with a lite garlicky sauce on the side.  Thing is, sometimes, it just doesn’t do the trick as a sauce for my dish.  I’ll be real honest, quite frankly, I don’t like not knowing what ingredients go into it, either.  I came up with this delicious peanut sauce, with suggestions from Monica, and will be using it from here on out…it is THAT good.  It is also wonderful on steamed broccoli slaw!

Homemade Thai Peanut Sauce

Just mix all the ingredients together and pour over your dish!  It turns out thick, and creamy with a little touch of spice.  YUM.