Spicy Crock Pot Refried Beans

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Spicy Crock Pot Refried Beans

Canned refied beans cost about a dollar a can at my local grocery store, but homemade refried beans? They’re crazy cheap. Plus, if you make a big batch of refried beans in your slow cooker, you’ll have extras to use on those week nights when getting food on the table seems like such a chore. This recipe was shared with me several years ago by my friend Camille. I hope you like it, we sure do.

spicy crock pot refried beansIngredients

4 cups dried pinto beans
1 large onion, chopped
1 cup salsa
4 tablespoons butter
1 teaspoon salt
water

crock pot refried beans

Directions

Place dried beans in a large bowl and cover with 3 inches of hot water. Let sit overnight.  In the morning, drain the liquid off the beans, rinse, and toss the softened beans into the slow cooker. Add enough water to cover the beans a 1/2 inch.  Add the chopped onion, salsa, butter and salt.  Cook on low for 8 hours or high for 5 hours.

Once the beans have finished cooking, use an immersion blender to blend the beans to the consistency your family likes. {If you don’t have an immersion blender a regular blender works fine too}.

crock pot spicy refried beans

Place extra homemade refried beans in containers and pop them into the freezer for later. {We use our beans for taco night, in 7 layer dip, chili and sometimes I even serve just beans and rice for dinner.

~Mavis

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The $20/$20 Challenge: Lisa Shows Off Her Small Space Pantry

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lisa1I think I have some of the most resourceful readers out there. When looking at these $20/$20 Challenge submissions, I’m constantly in awe at how you guys are using your space. Lisa doesn’t let a small storage space slow her down. Here’s her story:

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Hi Mavis!

You might remember me from the trash to treasure vintage dress feature I submitted … you may or may not have made a little fun of my amazing finds {Tupperware?}. Ha!
Anyway, here I am submitting again as a part of the small space living community. I’m Lisa and my husband, 4 year old daughter, and I live just south of Kansas City in a 600 sq ft town home. We have another 300 sq ft in the basement that we used for laundry and storage which is helpful, but I’ve been on a mission to live well in our space. Did I mention it was built in the 1970s? It’s definitely not designed for small space or minimalist living … but we are doing our best on a budget.
lisa2When we moved in, the fact that our new, old rental had a coat closet, linen closet, and pantry was a great sell. I still love having a pantry {as non-Pinterest worthy as it is} because there is no room for food in the kitchen cupboards. My kitchen is tiny!!
The pantry is directly across from our basement door {I had to walk down the stairs to get a full photo of all 5 shelves}. It’s looking a bit Mother Hubbard, but I meal plan and shop once a week – so that’s actually pretty normal.
Top shelf: large pots, crock pot, griddle, blender
2nd: baking shelf = flour, sugar, cake mixes, oatmeal, dried fruit, baking chips
3rd: spices, dried beans, rice, canned veggies/fruits, peanut butter
4th: pasta, cereal, crackers, misc snacks
5th: awkward baking pans
Bottom: recycling bin
We added the lowest shelf when we moved in and I recently purchased a recycling bin that fits the space perfectly.
lisa5If I were to feature a shelf, it would most definitely be my baking shelf. Against my better health judgement, I ADORE baking and the promptly eating those baked goodies – especially if they include sugar and butter. ;-) I don’t actually bake as much as I used to, but my baking shelf is still stocked from the holiday sales. It makes me happy.
lisa 7I generally shop sales and then buy organic per the Dirty Dozen/Clean 15 list. I try to use minimally processed food {thus, we only need 3 shelves for packaged foods}.lisa8I  often freeze meat and vegetables. lisa6My father-in-law raises chickens and turkeys, so there are two 30lb birds hanging out in my chest freezer downstairs at the moment. He also has a beautiful garden and taps maple trees every year, so we have tons of organic and fresh foods to eat. #blessed
Thanks for letting me share, Mavis!
Cheers!
Lisa

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March Home Maintenance and Garden Chores

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This time of year is soooooo hard for me, because the weather is starting to get nice and I really just want to plant EVERYTHING.  I feel like a caged horse that needs to run–I have to keep my cool, though, and wait it out.  Luckily, there are plenty of things I can start, which usually distracts me from getting over-zealous and planting outside too early.:)

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Seeds to Start Indoors in March

This month, I plan on continuing to take care of the seeds I started last month.  I started basil before I left on vacation {fingers crossed the HH has kept it watered}.  My freezer is getting low on pesto, so this new batch couldn’t come soon enough.

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Seeds to Start Outdoors in March

I plan on sowing my lettuce, {more} peas, radish and spinach seeds directly outdoors this month.  I probably could have started some of them last month, but I have found that they grow about the same rate when I plant them in February vs. March {I think it’s because the cold slows down the germination process considerably  in February, but that’s just a theory}.  Plus, I still had some prep work to do in the yard, so it worked out okay. Towards the end of the month, I will also start swiss chard and beets outside.

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What I plan to Transplant Outside this Month

I don’t really have anything to transplant outside this month.  If you started lettuce indoors {or any of the other above mentioned plants}, you can harden them off and plant them outside if the weather in your area is mild like mine.  It’s also a good time toplant strawberries, blueberries or raspberries.  I planted those last month, but again, my area is super mild weathered.

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Vegetables to Harvest this Month

Again, the only thing I’ll be harvesting this month are sprouts from my Botanical Interests Sprouter.

Houseplants and Indoor Bulbs 

As the days get longer, you may see houseplants start to perk up a bit.  If you didn’t last month, give them a diluted fertilizer this month to ease them awake.  If you forced bulbs, you probably are seeing green shoots by now.  Make sure to continue to water them {but not over water}.

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Basic Yard Maintenance

If you couldn’t get outside last month, prune fruit trees and other bushes this month before they start to bud.  It’s also a good time to spray dormant oil on your fruit trees {as long as you have a 48 hour window of no freezing temps}.  If you are just starting your garden area, this is a good month to dig it out and create your space {assuming you are not dealing with a rock solid frozen tundra still}.  I’ll be busy most of the month getting my gardening beds ready {provided the HOA decides to cooperate}.

Home Maintenance Outside

March is pretty much the last low-maintenance month, so unless you have basic repairs, you can rest easy.  Get pruning shears, etc. sharpened if they need to be so that you can tackle the growing season without grunts the neighbors can hear.

Home Maintenance Inside

Finish up your de-cluttering, if you committed to it this year.  Next month will bring a lot more consistently nice weather and you will want to be able to get out and enjoy it.  It’s a good time to start your spring cleaning too.  Wash bedding, give the ceiling fans a good dusting, vacuum baseboards, etc.

As always, most of my advice is geared around the Northwest, but you can find your garden zone HERE and tweak my suggestions as necessary.

~Mavis

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The Best Baby Shower Gifts

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The Best Baby Shower Gifts

One of my husband’s co-workers if having a baby… well, his WIFE is having a baby ;) …twins in fact.  That alone should earn her some sort of award, but since giving her a trophy seems weird, I am going to settle on a practical gift.  I like to give something useful, and my standard gift has always bee a case of diapers, a case of wipes and some handmade burp clothes, or a small toy for on top.

Over the years {and countless baby showers later}, I have seen some pretty creative gifts–some practical and some not so much.  Here’s a few of my favorites:

  1. Sleep sacks.  These little zip-on blankets are like baby snuggies.  Baby stays warm and new mom doesn’t need to worry about baby getting tangled in blankets while sleeping.  {Do remember how nerve-wracking being a first time mom was?!}
  2. Gift card to a photographer.  What mom doesn’t want to commemorate how perfect her baby is?  A picture package will help her do just that.
  3. Gift certificate for a house cleaning.  Between sleep deprivation and a sudden influx of bouncers, cribs, changing pads, diapers, etc., keeping the house clean is near impossible.  About six weeks in, a new mom will think you are the most amazing human being in the world when a simple phone call results in someone else cleaning her house.  This is a great one to “go in” with someone else on–just ask around for a reputable cleaning company and throw a little cash their direction.
  4. Freezer meals.  Adjusting to caring for a whole human being is hefty business–not having to cook is a huge load off.  Providing some freezer meals for new mom is huge.
  5. Go Oprah on your gift and give a basket of “your favorite things.”  Every mom has their favorites–put your favorite brand of binkies, teethers, washclothes, onesies…or whatever you couldn’t live without when your babies were little.  You’re giving the gift of your experience along with usable items.
  6. Red dancing shoes.  Okay, so I’ve never actually seen these gifted at a shower, but They. Are. Awesome.  What a seriously fun way to play with your little ones.
  7. Baby mill.  Basically it’s a take-along baby food maker, so mom can grind up what ever is on her plate and make quick, easy homemade baby food on the go.
  8. Gyroscopic Bowl.  These are those snack bowls that are virtually impossible to spill.  So, unless you know the new mom just loves vacuuming crushed gold fish out of the back seat of the car, you can rest assure she’ll appreciate this gift.
  9. Stroller accessories.  Yep, you can outfit your stroller just like you would any room  in your house.  You can buy clip on cup holders, smartphone compartments, hooks for diaper bags…you name it, you can find a way to attach it to baby’s house on wheels.  And really, thank goodness, because man, babies need a lot of stuff.  {Ever wonder how the pioneers made it through baby rearing without a boppy, bouncer, etc?  I know I do.}
  10. Clothing in bigger sizes.  I know how tempting it is to pick out those tiny little outfits, but most likely the baby will grow out of those in about two seconds, and mom and dad will need the next round of clothing in the wait.  Opt for a larger size {make sure to do the math and figure out what season baby is likely to be in when they are ready for that size}.

Those are pretty much my favorites.  What is YOUR favorite gift to give?  What was the BEST gift you received?

~Mavis

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Yesterday The Girl and I had an AMAZING day driving up and down the Maine Coast. There are so many cute little waterfront towns in this state that it totally makes you forget about the chilly weather and snow. ;) Did you see the photo I posted in Instagram yesterday? I.AM.IN.LOVE.

Have a great day everyone,

Mavis

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The Best Ever Nutella Banana Muffins

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So this one time I made some Nutella Banana Bread and HOLY CATS it was amazing. So I figured if I twisted that recipe into a muffin recipe it would be equally awesome. I was right. These are totally good and should be baked and shared and eaten often. I’m working on that sharing bit.

spotted bananas

Ingredients

2 cups flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
4 medium over-ripe bananas, mashed
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup packed brown sugar {make your own brown sugar}
1 large egg
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup Nutella, melted

banana nutella muffins

Directions

Preheat oven to 350 F. Line muffin tin with liners and set aside.

Whisk flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt in a medium mixing bowl until combined. Set aside.

In a stand mixer, combine banana, sugar, and brown sugar until incorporated. Beat in the egg, oil and vanilla and mix until combined. Slowly add in flour mix, stirring just until incorporated.

Divide batter equally among 12 liners {about 3/4 full}. Drizzle each muffin with about 1 teaspoon of Nutella and use a toothpick to swirl it into the batter.

Bake muffins until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean {beware of the ooey, gooey Nutella that might trip you up here}, or about 18 minutes. Enjoy.

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Fresh Herbs to Dry Herbs Equivalent

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Fresh Herbs to Dry Herbs Equivalent

Unless you have an indoor herb garden, fresh herbs are crazy expensive in the dead of winter.  I usually can’t justify the cost, so this time of year, I like to swap out dry herbs in recipes that call for fresh.  Because dry herbs are usually quite a bit more potent {because all of the water has been sucked out of them}, you will want to adjust the amount of dried herbs you use.

Luckily, there is a pretty simple rule of thumb when substituting dried herbs for fresh.  When using dried herbs, use 1/3 the amount the recipe calls for.  So, 1 tbsp. of fresh basil would equal about 1 tsp. of dried basil.  If you are lucky enough to have access to inexpensive fresh herbs {or just like to spring for fresh}, you can always add them to recipes that call for dried…just do the exact opposite:  add three times the amount of fresh.

Isn’t math fun?

~Mavis

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Nestle is Getting Rid of Artificial Colorings

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Nestle is Getting Rid of Artificial Colorings

Did you hear the news?  Nestle  is getting rid of artificial coloring in about 75 of their recipes, according to a recent NPR article.  Petitions to remove the artificial dyes have been rollin’ in, and Nestle’s own research department has found that the presence of artificial dyes in products affect American’s buying patterns.  I guess, in the end, money always talks.

Candies like my beloved Butterfinger, currently colored with a combination of Red 40 and Yellow 5 dyes will be replaced with annatto.  {I really hope this doesn’t change the flavor of Butterfingers…what if I end up finding out it IS the red and yellow dyes that make it so darn tasty?  That would be a bummer.}

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Removing chemical/manufactured colorings and additives for more natural selections is not really a new thing.  I feel like there has been a huge push over the past 5 years or so to move back to real food.  Subbing natural dyes for artificial dyes does not automatically mean that downing a bag of mini candy bars turns into a health binge, though.  One, the term “all natural” doesn’t really mean all that much, and two, as much as it pains me to write this, candy still has exorbitant amounts of the almighty sugar.

It does go to show, though, that every time you put something in your cart, you are making an investment in a company.  If you stop putting their product in your cart, they’ll figure out a way to lure you back…and sometimes with a tiny shift in a more positive direction {until we find out that annatto causes cancer in lab rats:)}.

Thoughts?

~Mavis

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Our Visit to Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth, Maine

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Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth, Maine

The Girl and I knew that if we were going to take a trip to coastal Maine, at least one lighthouse had to be on the to-do list.  We decided on Head Light in Cape Elizabeth.

Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth, Maine

The town owns and operates Head Light now.  There is a little museum and gift shop attached, but they were closed for the season.  Fort Williams Park is right next to the light house, so if you go, you can check out the light house and then take a hike, stroll, trippy trop {whatever floats your boat} through the 90 acre park.  I imagine in the summer it would be a great place to have a picnic.

I wonder if the HH would let me add buy, renovate, and live in a lighthouse on the East coast

The construction of the lighthouse began in 1787 with just $750 start-up.  The U.S. government took over the management of all lighthouses in 1790 and allotted an addition $1500 for it to be completed. I’m sure that was a ton of money back then.

Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth, Maine

There are actually two towers, but only the Eastern tower is still active.  The other tower was sold to a private party in the 1970′s.  Um, how cool would it be to live in a lighthouse?!  Seriously, there are a million different ways to live life, and I am pretty sure I want to try at least 250,000 of them before I die.  I wonder if the HH would let me add buy, renovate, and live in a lighthouse on the East coast?  Somehow, I think it would be a tough sell.

Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth, Maine

Though the city has owned the lighthouse since 1990, the U.S. Coast Guard manages the foghorn and lights.

Maine. I LOVE YOU!!!!!

~Mavis

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Word of the Day: Ethereal Definition: Referring to the upper regions, celestial Used in a sentence: The ethereal music of the orchestra held him spellbound.

Yesterday The Girl and I took a road trip to the Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth, Maine and it was beautiful! We also stopped by another local food bank and made a donation and spent sometime in York as well.

Today we are planning to drive out to Boothbay and then explore the town of Brunswick on the way back. The Girl has mapped out a few thrift stores along the way so if we find anything good, I’ll let you know. {So far on this trip we have purchased a twin bed frame, a metal sunflower, a stoneware pitcher and fleece zip of jacket}. We LOVE Maine!

Have a great day everyone,

Mavis

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