JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Shopping Cart Items: 0. Out of Stock. Whip up tasty breads, cookies, pizza dough, and more with Bosch's Universal Mixer! This mixer is powerful enough to blend up to 15 pounds of thick dough, and a 6. Four controlled speeds plus a momentary switch for pulse operation. The Universal comes with the best warranty in the business, including a 3-year motor warranty.

Click Here. Please wait I purchased this after my Kitchen Aid's motor died after 8 years. I made all my own bread so this seemed to be the way to go. Big mistake! After less than 3 years, and two sets of paddles, it is hardly working.

So disappointing to spend so much money on something to have it last such a short time. The main things I made was cookie dough and bread dough.

I have used mine for several years. Making bread is absolutely no big deal and it always comes out great. I can make triple batches of cinnamon rolls at one time and the machine doesn't strain at all. My 35 year old Kitchenaid was on it's last legs. It whined and coughed every time I'd knead bread dough in it.

I spent endless hours reviewing new mixers and it all came down to the Bosch. I bought it from Everything Kitchens on their Black Friday special and could not be more happy.

I followed their recipe and made four loaves of the best bread I've ever made.Sermons in Series: 6.

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Denomination: Baptist. Scripture: Luke Can you imagine that? One day when we stumbled sleepily into our classroom, she Scripture: 2 Chronicles Be a devoted disciple who does good deeds and helps the hurting.

Here are a few I came across this week. Scripture: Acts Our problem is not that there are giants in the land; our problem is that there are giants like fear and unbelief in our hearts. Some of you could sing it with me. The song goes like Scripture: Numbers Tags: FaithPreparation. Tags: PersecutionSuffering Joy In. Sermons on Matthew Shareable Christian Videos.

Following Jesus. Power Shifts. Surprise the World. Elizabeth Contributed on Jun 29, based on 24 ratings. Your Viewing History Browse All. Shareable Christian Videos Powerful videos to share with your church. Rooted Grow deep. Live strong. Surprise the World Cultivate powerful missional habits.

God Uses Ordinary People. Sermon Series contributed by Brian Bill. Add a note optional.Most people remember their first summer or after-school job, which provided cash to help pay for college or a car. Today, vehicles and higher education — among other expenses — cost significantly more.

Yet fewer teenagers are working. The share of teens participating in the labor force peaked 40 years ago and has declined ever since. Teens are less likely to work part-time while in school and also less likely to work over the summer, according to a study by the Hamilton Project and Brookings Institution. Meanwhile, the advent of summer programs has increased exponentially over the past decade, according to Eric Greenberg, president of Greenberg Educational Group, a New York-based consulting firm with clients throughout the U.

In fact, the popular conception that kids are spending more time on leisure or screen time is just not the case, Bauer said. In addition to the time constraints on kids, a reduced demand for low-wage work and increased competition from older workersamong other factors, have also contributed to the sharp drop in labor force participation, the Brookings study found.

Now, more teenagers are enrolled in school and more schools are in session year-round. According to the study, teens juggling both work and school spend less time on school than those who are enrolled only, demonstrating the trade-off.

The research also shows that prioritizing education over early work experience can increase the prospects for good job outcomes later in life. More from Personal Finance: Here's how young people can overcome their fear and start investing How to raise a whiz kid investor Are you smarter than a 5th grader when it comes to money?

However, kids who don't work also forgo an opportunity to learn valuable lessons about finance when they are young, cautioned Shelly-Ann Eweka, a certified financial planner and wealth management director at financial services firm TIAA. That's where parents can step in, Eweka said. For example, "give them a budget for back-to-school shopping so they can decide between a fancy pair of sneakers or new clothes," Eweka said. Further, talk openly about the cost of things, especially collegeand open a savings account or Roth individual retirement account to demonstrate the magic of compound interest.

Studies shows that kids who learn to manage money when they're young will be able to better handle their finances as adults. Rowe Price. Sign up for free newsletters and get more CNBC delivered to your inbox. Get this delivered to your inbox, and more info about our products and services. All Rights Reserved. Data also provided by.Friday, August 15, Mustache of the Week!!!! Since this blog was created to profess the love of the Bulldogs and also the Mustache, I think that it is only fair that I post a weekly feature.

This is "Mustache of the Week" and not "TitleTickler of the Week" because this certain mustache was not grown with the thought of using it to tickle titles.

It also no longer exists which is a sad thing. Here's to the Mustache!!!! Photo courtesy of Eve Thompson This certain individual is a true specimen and warrior in all fields of life. Many know him as just Ted, others Tedyurd, then some as Lightshow Ted. We at TitleTickler love all his variations. Thanks for putting a wonderful slug on that lip there Taed. Go Dawgs!!!!! Posted by MS at AM 1 comments. Thursday, August 14, First Tickler Sighting. Will be in the sunny desert out in Tempe.

Just assured that due to the fact that I now am a proud holder of season tickets for the Arizona State Sun Devils. If you know anyone who is a huge Stanford Cardinals fan, tell them I got their tix. On a separate note, there has been lots of chatter about Richard Samuel pushing Caleb King for the number 2 spot at running back. Maybe this is why Photo courtesy of www. Oh yeah, he's 18 by the way. The rest don't look so bad either.

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Might want to watch ole number 9 Reshad Jones, he's on the far right. Richard Samuel, if you are reading this then let me just warn you. I came to Athens in and although I was 19, I was about as ripped as you. Due to lack of focus on the prize aka the Title I then put on what you might call the freshmen fifty.

Just looking out for you there fella and giving you a heads up.

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Keep up the good work. Go Dawgs, see you in Tempe!!!! Posted by MS at PM 0 comments.When former President Ronald Reagan was 15 years old, he took a summer job that would forever change his view of life and its seriousn Friday, August 15, The good news is that the harvest is plentiful and ready.

The bad news is that the workers are few! Then he said to his disciples, "The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field. However, we also see the good news. You may be the person praying for the lost or praying for more workers, or the worker in need of prayer; in many ways God is using you to bring others to Christ.

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Praying that God will open a door in our community so that Christ will be proclaimed is one way, just as we read about in God's word - And pray for us, too, that God may open a door for our message, so that we may proclaim the mystery of Christ Colossians Don't give up Hugh and I feel blessed to have two sons; they are grown, married and have children of their own.

Last week was such a joy! We went to Little Rock on Paul's birthday It was a great blessing for us and as any grandmother would say We had such fun taking care of him. At this time Noah is 3 months old and he is so good. Pop, Noah and I had great conversations together, exercised together. We had time to go outside to see the flowers and birds; stroll in the neighborhood and read books together; sing songs together too!

Needless to say we were excited! It was a great week. At the risk of sounding "religious" I must add that it was a week of praying, answered prayers and blessings from above.

Our Lord Jesus was so good to us; he posted angels at every corner of Noah's home. We were well protected and so were Paul and Schell. Their trip to Boston and back was safe. Bad weather was to come in that would interfere with their arrival on Sunday but the Lord answered that prayer with a postive answer too Hugh and I offered many thanksgiving prayers for all the good time we had and the protection that God gave all of us.

When you look into the eyes of a little one it can renew your own outlook on life that there is hope, love, joy and peace. It can stop the negative and bring out the positive of life! At least with Noah he showed Pop and I a new world We were not only blessed but we also learned some important lessons from Noah! For one we learned you can be happy even when you don't always get your way. Also, it doesn't really matter what you look like but it is more important what you are on the inside.

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If we adults could ever learn to love the way Noah loved us, he did not care what we looked like or what clothes we wore. He wasn't concerned if we were in the right country club or even the right church. He just loved us right where we are! Wow, if we as Christians could love people that way It is hard to comprehed how Christ could humble himself and come down here as a babyThis is a stew with a nice spicy and a bit tangy due to the tomatillos flavor.

It's fairly balanced with the stew or sauce part, the posole, and the chicken. I particularly liked the posole hominy part of it, so I would tend to add another 15 oz can of hominy. This is a dish where you can use the main recipe as a base and vary the amount of chicken as desired or vary the amount of hominy as desired.

I think it would also make a good vegetarian dish by substituting vegetable broth for the chicken broth and leaving out the chicken.

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The pumpkin seeds add quite a bit in terms of flavor. It's easiest to buy them already hulled at a Whole Foods, Sunflower Market or the like. I couldn't get to one of those, so I bought pumpkin seeds in the shell and attempted to shell them. What a disaster. Next time I can't get pumpkin seeds already shelled, I'm going to substitute sunflower seeds, which are very easy to get already shelled in most grocery stores.

I think the taste will be very similar. BTW, the Hindu wedding in Chicago was beautiful, and fortunately under 2 hours. Plus, there was fabulous Indian food.


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Denver Green Chili.Ahhhh… grilling season. Ingredients: 4 large Portobello mushroom heads caps Whole grain bread or rolls 2 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil Organic baby spinach leaves.

Ingredients for Basil-Lemon Pesto Sauce: 2 cups loosely packed fresh basil leaves 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped Sea salt, to taste 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil. Directions: For the basil-lemon pesto sauce - combine basil, garlic, and salt in a food processor or blender and process until finely chopped. Add extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice.

Process until smooth. Brush each mushroom on rounded underside and rim with about half a teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil, season with sea salt. Place the mushroom heads, under sides down, on grill over medium-high heat. Grill for 3 minutes.

Turn mushroom heads over and grill for another 3 to 4 minutes, rotating each mushroom about half a turn after 2 minutes; until the bottoms are browned nicely.

Brush whole grain roll with extra virgin olive oil and place on the grill during the last minutes of cooking. Place a grilled mushroom, under side up, on the bottom half of your whole grain sandwich bread or roll. Fill each cap with about teaspoons of the basil-lemon pesto and top with organic baby spinach leaves. Serve alone or with a mixed salad and balsamic vinaigrette.

Courtesy of Dr. Ben Kim. Click HERE for a printable version. Wednesday, August 13, Books in Review. Catalano has come up with agave-sweetened versions of favorites like sticky buns, chocolate chip cookies, chocolate cake, lemon bars and creamy cheesecakes for those who may have previously been unable to enjoy their sweets. Catalano makes agave nectar accessible and appealing to health-conscious bakers of all levels.

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These are very different recipes. What amazes me, however, is the fact that she manages to do this without compromising the deliciousness of her recipes. Labels: Book Reviews. Ingredients: 4 large Portobello mushroom heads caps Whole grain bread or rolls 2 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil Organic baby spinach leaves Ingredients for Basil-Lemon Pesto Sauce: 2 cups loosely packed fresh basil leaves 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped Sea salt, to taste 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil Directions: For the basil-lemon pesto sauce - combine basil, garlic, and salt in a food processor or blender and process until finely chopped.

To make the Portobello burgers - Brush each mushroom on rounded underside and rim with about half a teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil, season with sea salt. Labels: Clean Eating RecipesVegan. Newer Posts Older Posts Home. Subscribe to: Posts Atom.