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Tingkam Waterproof RGB LED Strip Light Kit

Color Changing Black PCB Rope Lights

Price: $37.99
【All in one kit】This package comes with a reel of 32.8ft waterproof IP 44 (not so good for out door use) RGB led strip, a black remote controller with sensor and a power supply. All you need are covered.Note: The "W" key on the controller is not pure white which seems a little blue. 【Our Advantages】We offer the black background color of the strip which blends in better with darker color furniture than the white color strip.Also,Double layer copper, double costs than other single layer copper LED strips in the market. 【Several Applications】The RGB LED strip lights can be used for decorating your home (e.g. dining room, bed room, upstairs,home, kitchen,patio, porch and living rooms). Great for holidays and events like Christmas, Halloween and Birthday Parties! 【Cuttable and linkable】Our 10m rope lights can be cut every 3 LEDs along the cutting marks without damaging the rest of the strip. Improved 3M adhesive on the back fit…

Pork cutlets with pan-fried apple and sage

INGREDIENTS 4 (500g) potatoes 4 x pork cutlets 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon butter 2 apples, peeled, cored, cut into wedges (we used Granny Smith's) 2 garlic cloves 2 tablespoons plain flour 16 sage leaves ¼ cup white wine ¼ cup chicken stock
PREPARATION 1. Steam or boil the potatoes until tender. When cool enough to touch, peel and slice into wedges.
2. Preheat the oven to 120°C. Use the heel of your hand to bash the pork cutlets. Heat the oil and butter in a frying pan over medium heat.
3. When the butter is foaming add the pork cutlets and cook for 4-5 minutes each side until just cooked. Place in the oven while you cook the apple and potato.
4. Reheat the oil and butter in the pan over medium heat. Sauté the potatoes, apple, garlic and sage leaves until the butter is golden brown. Add the wine and cook for 2 minutes, then the stock and cook for another 2 minutes.
5. To serve, place a pork cutlet on each plate and a pile of the sautéed apple combo and sauce.
NOTES This is a taste sen…

French apple tart

INGREDIENTS 150g of butter 5 big sweet apples 250g of puff pastry 150g of brown sugar (regular sugar is also a good option) A pinch of cinnamon
PREPARATION 1. Grease a baking mold with the butter, and sprinkle it with the sugar.
2. Peel the apples, and slice them into thin pieces. Sprinkle the slices with the cinnamon, and lay them evenly in the mold.
3. Cover the apples with the sheet of puff pastry, and bake for 30 minutes at 180°С.
4. Let the tart cool down, and turn it over so that the apples are facing up.
5. The best way to serve this apple tart is to add a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
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19 Insanely Genius Kids’ Snacks To Start The Summer Off Right

Solve the “Mom, can I have a snack?” problem this summer.
1. Pizza Crackers Iconic. Recipe here.
2. Sour Patch Kids Grapes HEL-LO, this snack is made of two ingredients and is healthier than the candy. Recipe here.
3. Olive Penguins Adorable. Good for your kiddies. Recipe here.
4. Apple Sandwiches Flawless as heck. Recipe here.
5. Watermelon Pops with Greek Yogurt Greek yogurt = healthy snack. YES. Recipe here.
6. Italian Pepperoni Rollups Basically the Italian version of those fancy party pinwheel snacks. Recipe here.
7. Whole Wheat Apricot Jam Granola Bars Step aside, brand name bars. Recipe here.
8. Healthy Firecracker Popsicles So delicious you’ll make one for yourself… or three. Recipe here.
9. Tulip Tomatoes Almost too pretty to eat. Recipe here.
10. Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles Did somebody say “delicious”?!

Snack Recipe: Apple Sandwiches with Honeyed Peanut Butter, Oats & Raisins

What happens when apples and peanut butter – that old standby – get dressed up with a little flair?  They turn into these charming little apple sandwiches.
Awhile back I attended a fancy catered event where I could hardly eat anything, as most of the dishes contained meat, dairy, or gluten — ingredients I have to avoid. My only consolation was the kids' table, where I found "sandwiches" made from sliced apples, peanut butter, oats, and raisins. Though the apples satiated my rumbling stomach, I didn't think much of them as I gazed longingly at the parade of off-limits foods.
But then a funny thing happened. In the weeks that followed, I found myself craving these well-rounded, tasty snacks. Apples and peanut butter are nothing new, but somehow the addition of toasted oats and raisins, and a touch of honey and cinnamon, makes them that much more satisfying. Now I frequently make these sandwiches for an afternoon snack.
Apple sandwiches are great for both adults and kids (l…