Star-Spangled Mixes

I love the 4th and the month of July.  I love the 4th because it is a time for family to get together and eat good picnic and barbecued food.  I love the month of July because I have my birthday during this month.  So in celebration of the 4th and my birthday I am putting on a contest for your chance to win 3 dip mixes of your choice.  Follow the directions below and also comment on my blog why you would like to win the dip mixes.  This contest is open to the end of July and at that time my family will go thru the comments and announce a winner during the 1st week of August.  Best of luck!

You can find pictures of our products by going to:

http://www.cookinwithmixes.com

select:  “Go Shopping” on the left side of the page and from there you can see and select the products that we offer.

Cindy, who loves cookinwithmixes

PS.  If anyone would like to place an order I have a 25% off coupon at:  https://countrygourmethomeofsd.wordpress.com/2012/07/01/25-off-during-the-month-of-july/

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Creamy Sesame Garlic Sauce Fettuccine

Amy is a natural behind the camera.  Here is another video of Amy on TV preparing Creamy Sesame Garlic Sauce

CW30

Creamy Sesame Garlic Sauce Fettuccine

Country Gourmet Home Sesame Garlic Dip Mix – #131

8 oz cream cheese

2 cups milk

2 Tbsp. butter

½ cup parmesan cheese

Fettuccine Noodles

Heat cream cheese in sauce pan over medium heat. Whisk in milk 1/2 cup at a time until desired consistency. Add 2 TBS butter, simmer on low for 10 min adjusting milk as needed.

Whisk in parmesan cheese and simmer for an additional 2 to 3 minutes to blend the flavors.

Serve over grilled chicken, baked potatoes or noodles

Later

Cindy, who loves cookinwithmixes

Simply Smiles Breakfast Burritos

So excited that Amy the owner of Country Gourmet Home was on ABC in Salt Lake City this morning.  Click on the below link to watch the video and make sure and try out this awesome recipe sometime.

Simply Smiles Breakfast Burritos.

1 lb lean turkey or pork sausage

¼ cup cider vinegar

1 (8 oz) can tomato sauce

1 pkg. Country Gourmet Home Chorizo Seasoning

1 pkg. Country Gourmet Home Fiesta Rice Mix

Flour Tortillas

Optional for garnish

cheese, sour cream, olives, scrambled eggs and salsa.

– Add 2 1/2 cups of hot water and rice mix to sauce pan. Bring to boil over medium heat. Reduce heat to medium low, simmer covered for 20-25 min.

– While the rice is cooking, Add 1/4 cup cider vinegar and chorizo seasoning to 1 lb lean turkey or pork sausage. . Mix well and cook over low heat for 5 to 10 minutes or until browned.

Add rice and chorizo to warm tortillas and garnish with your favorite cheese and salsa. Make a hearty burrito by adding scrambled eggs!

Cindy, who loves cookinwithmixes

Brownie Facts To Sweeten Your Day!

Today’s Deal of the Day with Country Gourmet Home is the Chocoholic Brownie Mix

 

A rich home made brownie mix with added chocolate chips for an even richer chocolate flavor.Makes a 8 x 8 pan of wonderful chocolate brownies, just add water.

Price:  Was $6.95  **Sale** $4.75

To order go to:  http://www.cookinwithmixes.com

Now On to Brownie Facts to Sweeten your Day!

  1. The first brownie ever made, like other culinary mishaps (the sandwich, pizza, potato chip) was actually a mistake. The baker didn’t have baking powder and ended up with an unleavened fudgy treat.
  2. The first brownie recipe was found in a Sears, Roebuck & Co. Catalogue in the 1800’s. Sears’ last general merchandise catalogue was published in 1993.
  3. The world’s largest brownie was made in 2001. It weighed in at 3,000 lbs. and was made with 750 lbs. of chocolate chips, 500 lbs. of butter, 850 lbs of sugar, 500 lbs. of flour and 3,500 eggs!
  4. The first brownie made was not actually a brownie at all. It was a tasty treat sweetened with molasses that we now know as a blondie.
  5. The brownie has its roots in America. However, similar bar cookies and squares can be found internationally, including baklava in the Middle East, nanaimo bars from Canada and tray bakes from the UK.
  6. There are two types of brownies: fudgy and cake-like. Fudgy tops the preference list of most consumers.
  7. Although its origin may be shrouded in mystery, its name is not, which is clearly derived from its brown color.
  8. Brownie points in modern usage are a hypothetical social currency, which can be accrued by doing good deeds or earning favor in the eyes of another- often one’s superior. The origin of the term is unclear.
  9. Although cannabis is the most controversial brownie mix-in, walnut remains the most popular and legal.
  10. Typically served as a dessert, brownies can be enjoyed for breakfast or a mid-afternoon snack!
Enjoy your brownie!
Cindy, who loves cookin with mixes

Happy National Peanut Butter Cookie Day!

Don’t you just love celebrating National Food Holidays? Today is National Peanut Butter Cookie Day!  And yes, we have a mix for that! Our Peanut Butter cookie mix requires only water, that’s it, nothing else and the cookies come out of the oven warm, soft and delicious!  I hope you enjoy this tasty day.

The Aztecs invented peanut butter in the 14th century, but peanut butter cookies didn’t become an American favorite until the early 1900s. In 1916, George Washington Carver began promoting the peanut and its many uses. As part of the campaign, he published three peanut butter cookie recipes in a research bulletin entitled, “How to Grow the Peanut and 105 Ways of Preparing it for Human Consumption.”

In 1932, the Schenectady Gazette published the first peanut butter cookie recipe that called for crisscrossed fork marks on the top. Today, a peanut butter cookie just wouldn’t be quite right without this iconic decoration!

To celebrate National Peanut Butter Cookie Day, head on over to Country Gourmet Home and place an order so that you will be able to make a batch of delicious homemade peanut butter cookies for your family!

Cindy, who loves “cookinwithmixes”

Help Country Gourmet Home Attain Their Kosher, Organic & Halal Certification

View a short clip from the Owner of Country Gourmet Home

http://www.indiegogo.com/project/115862/widget

Our Campaign:

Country Gourmet Home is campaigning for funds that will allow us to expand our product base with Organic, Kosher, and Halal certification.

Our company has a large fundraising opportunity, these certifications will allow us to “pay it forward” reaching further into the community and supporting programs that we would other wise not be certified for.

Participants will have the option of being placed on a website page created specifically for our cause. If you have a business or organization you may have the name and if applicable website link or address posted.

Your Funds:

All proceeds from your funds will be used in certifying our products. Those with specific requests can send their information to info@countrygourmethome.com and we will be happy to apply your funds to the certification of your choice.

Under no circumstances will ANY of the funds collected from this campaign be used for any other purpose.

All funds will be placed into savings until we have enough collected for the certification.

Once we are granted our initial certifications we will use the profits from the sale of these items to re-certify each year.

Other Ways You Can Help:

We appreciate any and all contributions, you can continue to help us by spreading the word! Please help us reach our certification goals by sharing our campaign.