It’s Spring…let’s just hope that Mother Nature agrees with spring weather all over the country. Many of us in areas that had a long winter are more than ready. Things are slowly beginning to bloom but downtown Seattle is way ahead of our area.One of our favorite things about spring is
California Avocado Season which starts April 1st.
We so love to be in southern California during this time. We eat an avocado almost every day either by itself or in or on something and we love my Pomegranate Guacamole and have it as long as we can get the arils. I love to try new things with avocados and found this recipe on the California Avocado Commission’s site and they have tons of great recipes. http://www.californiaavocado.com/http://www.californiaavocado.com/. Here is a recipe I will be trying this week. CALIFORNIA AVOCADO BALELA. I will be using the following RV Space Saver Tools to make this side dish. Tools: Tomato Tool to cut the tomatoes; Prep Colander to drain peas and beans; Salsa Maker to chop the onions, parsley and mint; Avocado Tool to cut, remove pit and chop the avocado; reuse the Salsa Maker to make the dressing; Fiskie to stir everything together; Magnetic Measuring Spoons for measuring the spices; and (3 qt. bowl and collapsible measuring cups..no longer available) All but the last 2 items can be purchased on our website at https://rvspacesavers.com/shop/index.php?route=common/home.
To celebrate the start of the California Avocado Season and spring we are offering a great 20% off sale on all things avocado sold at RV Space Savers…Order now…Limited Supply while supplies last or April 30th. Order this special and receive FREE recipes directly from the California Avocado Commission. https://rvspacesavers.com/shop/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=173.
TIP: For those who have a gluten intolerance or celiac disease here is a website that might be helpful. https://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/2008/12/baking-cooking-substitutions-for-gluten.html.
TIP: And this is a great site for anyone with eating allergies. I use it quite a lot for Mike. http://www.eatingwithfoodallergies.com/
Many of us remember Grandma’s Rice Pudding…I sure do and loved it way back then. Thanks Danise for sending this recipe along. How fun it will be to make it once again. Thanks Danise.
Important TIP: In the last newsletter I gave you a couple of important articles to read about the upcoming tick season. Here is a recipe for a repellent that might be helpful. Tick Repellent http://usefultipsforhome.com/outdoor/1-simple-tip-keep-ticks-off-summer-long/. Or you might try this: To make a home remedy tick repellent, simply mix about two ounces or so of tea tree oil with water. It is a very strong agent, so make sure that the amount of water exceeds the oil, but not by a lot. Put the mixture into a spray bottle and spray on yourself and your family. Be sure to check your pets often too.
Great Places to Visit: The Most Scenic Roads in America. This article was in the Passport America newsletter and I thought I would pass it along for all to enjoy. http://www.businessinsider.com/americas-best-road-trips-2017-3.
“A friend is a present you give yourself.” Thanks for the beautiful quote Danise. You are all gifts to us and we look forward meeting you again down the road.
“There’s nothing better than a friend unless it’s a friend with chocolate” Carol Grayson
We love hearing from you and hope the journey to your next destination is filled with happiness, safety and the wonders this beautiful country has to offer. Until next time.
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