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Kaizen.

February and March 2019 recap including lessons learned, kaizen, and some rainbow eats!

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Simple Guacamole Recipe

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Looking for a simple, delicious guacamole base that your kids will eat? You can add spice to your own batch, but this one's plain delicious and even toddlers will eat it (at least mine does). The most basic ingredients: 2-3 Hass avocados 1 small/medium red onion 1 handful cilantro 1 clove garlic Lime juice to taste Salt to taste ... After that, add what you like! We usually add tomatoes if they're in season. My partner loves adding spice so he usually adds jalapeño pepper and some cayenne. Also, for best results, don't eat it immediately. Let it sit in...

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Cornbread Recipe

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I've got another fun illustration for you all!  This one is a really nice cornbread recipe I made last Thanksgiving.  I was pleased with the results and will be making it again. Next time, for added texture, I might add canned or fresh cooked corn to it for a bit more added texture and cut a bit of the liquid. Either way process was interesting for this one.  I started back in November with a little sketch I did by the recipe itself... and finally got the time to finish it! Enjoy!

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Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

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Don't know what to cook tonight?  How about Butternut Squash Soup?! I'm just mentioning it because I completed a really fun illustration for They Draw & Cook, and wanted to share it with you all. So, if you do want to make the soup, it's really simple...

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Scrapbooking: Greetings from the Lido Deck!

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I am so happy with this one!  I couldn't believe I got it done on time to be considered for the Make Art That Sells weekly review either.  Our things finally arrived from Germany and it meant we were in super-unpack-cardboard-box-processing mode!  But, I was also in a "making mode" as well as "where the heck is my scanner mode"... and so I made and found my scanner at last. Here is my work resulting from the theme we were given: vintage cruise ship correspondence.  It's a bit of a mash-up but I think between the chosen color palette and...

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