Quinoa BLT Avocado Salad With Lemon Dressing

Quinoa BLT Avocado Salad With Lemon Dressing

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Posted by Abby Branham

“The quinoa”, it’s gone viral!  Honestly, I’ve tried really hard to like quinoa since it became so popular, primarily because it’s really good for you.  But every time I’ve  cooked quinoa it was either bitter and/or mushy.  I did some research and discovered how to remedy the bitterness by rinsing the quinoa, but I could not get past the mush!  Until today.  I found a post on Cookie and Kate,  called “How to Cook Perfect Quinoa”, which had a hint that made all the difference.  Read through to the “Let’s Get Cookin'” section for the tip.  Also, there is a printable recipe card at the bottom of this post if you would like to give it a try.

Ingredients

For the salad

  • 1 c. dry quinoa
  • Greens of choice (I used organic spring greens)
  • 1 large tomato (I highly recommend you find a locally grown heirloom)
  • 1 avocado
  • Feta cheese
  • 1 slice of bacon per salad (I use uncured, organic)
  • Salt and Pepper to taste

For the dressing

  • 1/2 t. lemon zest
  • Lemon juice from one lemon
  • 1 T. honey mustard
  • 3 to 4  T.  olive oil
  • 1/4 t. salt
  • Fresh cracked pepper to taste

Let’s Get Cookin…

Let’s cook the quinoa!  First, you need to prepare it to remove the bitterness.  I’m going to share with you how I rinse rice, which I decided to try with quinoa. It may not be a conventional way to do it, but I learned this trick from a real cook – my sister-in-law Wendy!  Wendy is no joke, so I trust her methods.  To rinse the quinoa, put 1 cup of quinoa into a stockpot, cover with water, and stir around with your hand.  Slowly let the water drain from the pot so you don’t lose too much quinoa down the drain.  Repeat rinsing the quinoa two more times.  When the rinsing is complete, cover the quinoa with 2 cups of water, add a 1/4 t. of salt, and add a large crushed clove of garlic to the pot.

Now, to make sure the quinoa isn’t mushy, (per the advice of Cookie and Kate), let the quinoa cook uncovered until it has absorbed all of the liquid in the pot.  When the liquid has been absorbed, cover the pot, remove it from the heat, and let it sit covered for 5 minutes.  Those 5 minutes are what allow the quinoa to pop from their shell and really eliminated any mushiness.

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While the quinoa is cooking, cook your bacon on the stove top. I cook 1 slice of bacon per salad.  Cut your avocado and tomato.

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Put as much quinoa as you would like in each salad bowl, and add about a handful of your choice of greens.  Gently fluff the quinoa and greens together.  This is a good quinoa salad base.

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Add about 1 T. feta cheese to each salad, 1 slice of bacon crumbled, some tomato and avocado, and fresh cracked pepper to taste.

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Prepare your lemon dressing by placing all of the ingredients into a mason jar and shake!  It’s that easy.  The dressing is a rendition of this Simple Lemon Vinaigrette from Epicurious.

Pour the lemon dressing on your salad to your liking and enjoy!!

Quinoa BLT Avocado Salad with Lemon Dressing

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Ingredients

For the salad

  • 1 c. dry quinoa
  • Greens of choice (I used organic spring greens)
  • 1 large tomato (I highly recommend you find a locally grown heirloom)
  • 1 avocado
  • Feta cheese
  • 1 slice of bacon per salad (I use uncured, organic)
  • Salt and Pepper to taste

For the dressing

  • 1/2 t. lemon zest
  • Lemon juice from one lemon
  • 1 T. honey mustard
  • 3 to 4  T.  olive oil
  • 1/4 t. salt
  • Fresh cracked pepper to taste

Let’s Get Cookin…

Let’s cook the quinoa!  First, you need to prepare it to remove the bitterness.  I’m going to share with you how I rinse rice, which I decided to try with quinoa. It may not be a conventional way to do it, but I learned this trick from a real cook – my sister-in-law Wendy!  Wendy is no joke, so I trust her methods.  To rinse the quinoa, put 1 cup of quinoa into a stockpot, cover with water, and stir around with your hand.  Slowly let the water drain from the pot so you don’t lose too much quinoa down the drain.  Repeat rinsing the quinoa two more times.  When the rinsing is complete, cover the quinoa with 2 cups of water, add a 1/4 t. of salt, and add a large crushed clove of garlic to the pot.

Now, to make sure the quinoa isn’t mushy, (per the advice of Cookie and Kate), let the quinoa cook uncovered until it has absorbed all of the liquid in the pot.  When the liquid has been absorbed, cover the pot, remove it from the heat, and let it sit covered for 5 minutes.  Those 5 minutes are what allow the quinoa to pop from their shell and really eliminated any mushiness.

While the quinoa is cooking, cook your bacon on the stove top. I cook 1 slice of bacon per salad.  Cut your avocado and tomato.

Put as much quinoa as you would like in each salad bowl, and add about a handful of your choice of greens.  Gently fluff the quinoa and greens together.  This is a good quinoa salad base.

Add about 1 T. feta cheese to each salad, 1 slice of bacon crumbled, some tomato and avocado, and fresh cracked pepper to taste.

Prepare your lemon dressing by placing all of the ingredients into a mason jar and shake!  It’s that easy.  The dressing is a rendition of this Simple Lemon Vinaigrette from Epicurious.

Pour the lemon dressing on your salad to your liking and enjoy!!

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Weekend Project: Guest Bathroom Revamp

Weekend Project: Guest Bathroom Revamp

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Posted by Alicia Sell

I decided to take a break from practicing my Olympic gymnastic routine to work on a project that has been bugging me for a while – the guest bathroom (aka my kid’s bathroom).  The kids have been monopolizing the “nice” master bathroom this summer because their bathroom isn’t “cool enough.”  I’ve had everything I need to update the guest bathroom for a little while now.  Randall only has a little time left before school starts back up so we decided to tackle it this past weekend.  I am so glad we did because it turned out great!  And, even more exciting, we did everything for under $400.  Yep, that’s right. Updates don’t always have to be expensive if you have good bones to work with.

Before

Here is what the bathroom looked like before.

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The Plan

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As you can see, the bathroom had that bland beige feeling.  It is a decent size but not huge, and it really just needed to be brightened up. Our goal was to keep the renovation costs to a minimum and make the bathroom look sleek and bright.  We were able to re-purpose or reuse almost everything.

The bathroom vanity  needed a facelift  like the vanity in the master bathroom.  The countertop, faucets, lighting and towel bar were all keepers.

The white floor tiles were in good shape, but the grout was dirty and broken.  Rather than replacing it, we decided to just freshen it up with this magical stuff called Grout Refresh.  I didn’t think it would work (and secretly hoped it wouldn’t so I could put in the black and white hexagon tiles I am in love with), but it turns out this stuff works wonders!

The only needed updates were the toilet and the mirror.  Luckily, we had an extra toilet that was in great shape from our master bathroom renovation.  The mirrors were an IKEA find and were very inexpensive, so they were our big splurge for this project.

The REveal

Here is how our weekend-long bathroom renovation turned out!

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List of projects

I am obsessed with black as an accent color right now and wanted to give it a try in this bathroom. Randall thought this idea was “too risky,” but said we could try it if I agreed to repaint it on my own if we hated it.  I agreed.  Of course it turned out fantastic! We both love it.

I used the same painting tips that I did for painting my master bathroom vanity and it turned out great.  I think the key is good paint, and I am a lover of all things Benjamin Moore.  They are, in my opinion, the absolute best!

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We found door handles that matched the sink hardware, so it was a great way to tie everything together.

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Randall tackled the floor project.  As I said earlier, I was a little skeptical that it would really make that much of a difference but it really cleaned up nicely!  I will tell you it was a labor of love so I am glad it was only on a small area.

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I LOVE the mirrors and how they look in this space.  Let me tell you friends, Ikea has some great mirrors. Just sayin’.  I debated painting them black to match the cabinet, but I like that they keep the bathroom light and airy since it is a tiny space.  Randall and I still debate about painting them black, but we are both really happy with how they look white too.

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We had a gallon of paint left over from our master bathroom project so we used it to brighten up the space.

For accents, we added the rag carpet (a favorite find of mine at Marshall’s) and some new towels.  And finally the colorful flowers make the space feel a little bit homier.

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We stayed on budget and completed it in one weekend! Now that this space is prettied up, I can have my master bathroom all to myself.  And I have two really cute bathrooms to show off to unsuspecting friends who happen to visit us.  My kids think it is weird that some of the nicest rooms in our house are our bathrooms.  Hey, you’ve got to start somewhere!

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DIY: Kids's No Sew Removable Guitar Strap

DIY: Kid’s No Sew Removable Guitar Strap

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Posted by Katie Gambone

Matteo loves music.  He also really, really loves guitars.  Carlo has been playing his guitar for Matteo ever since he was an infant.  When Matteo became mobile, he would crawl over to Carlo’s guitar (which sits on a stand next to a desk in our living room) and strum the strings on his own.  Over time he’s started to make some lovely noises with it.  It’s been so interesting to watch him figure this out.

Because of his love of music, Matteo received this really cool ukulele as a gift for his first birthday from his Aunt Abby, Uncle Drew and cousins Meika and Harper.

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It took him a little while to realize it made the same noises as Carlo’s guitar, but now it is one of the first toys he reaches for every morning.  Here he is strumming the strings and another shot of him “singing.”

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Sometimes he uses the ukulele as a golf club as seen below.   Or maybe he is pretending he is a rock star and slamming it on the ground?  I can’t tell for sure, but whatever floats his boat!

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We’ve started to decorate his ukulele with his (read Carlo and my) favorite band stickers.  So far we have the Beatles’ Yellow Submarine album represented.

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The ukulele is about as big as Matteo is right now but he can carry it around the house.  However, it clunks off the floor and any objects near Matteo when he is walking.  So, to make this a little easier for Matteo (and to prolong the life of the ukulele and my furniture) I got the idea in my head that I could make it a little easier for him to carry his ukulele wherever by making a guitar strap.  So I did.  It was so easy!  And it works!  Here is Matteo walking through a neighbor’s side yard with the ukulele on his back.  The strap attaches to it at the top and bottom with Velcro so he can remove it easily and so it doesn’t become a choking hazard.

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If you would like to make a guitar strap yourself, here is how I did it.  You can use any kind of ribbon you like, but the combination of Gross Grain Ribbon and Jute Ribbon made the strap very sturdy (and also really cute).

Tools

Elmer’s Glue Adhesive Spray
Gross Grain Ribbon (I picked it up at JoAnne Fabrics)
Jute Ribbon (I picked it up at JoAnne Fabrics)
Scissors
Sticky Back Velcro

Instructions

Lay the Gross Grain Ribbon and Jute Ribbon on a flat surface outside or in a well ventilated area.  Take the Elmer’s Glue Adhesive Spray and, holding it about 6 to 8 inches from the Gross Grain Ribbon, spray a generous and even coat along the entire strip.  Immediately take your Jute Ribbon and lay it on top of the ribbon you just sprayed, pressing firmly.  Let the ribbon dry for several hours or overnight.  You may want to place a book on top of the ribbon to weigh it down.

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Once the adhered ribbons are dry, measure how long you need it to be by measuring it around the person who will be wearing the guitar (or, in this case, ukulele).  This was tough to do with a 14 month old who is sooooo busy!  Here I am trying to wrangle him. Apologies for the blurry pictures!

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Cut the ribbon to the appropriate length.

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Flip the ukulele over.  Apply the sticky back Velcro to the top and bottom of the ribbon and the top and bottom of your guitar.

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Stick them together and voila!  You have a guitar strap.

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Now excuse me while Matteo and I have a jam session.  The wheels on the bus go round and round…(strum, strum, strum).

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The Complete Sweet Potato!

The Complete Sweet Potato!

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Posted by Abby Branham

It may be cliche, but I LOVE food trucks!  In my defense, my love affair with food trucks began before they became so popular.  I still harbor dreams of starting my own food truck some day.  One of the items on my menu would be baked potatoes with an assortment of fixings.  Baked and sweet potatoes can be a complete, easy, and ultimate meal.  So without further ado, I give you The Complete Sweet Potato!  Sweet and salty, the best of both worlds, and sure to please.  You can enjoy the Complete Sweet Potato for breakfast, lunch or dinner.  There is a printable recipe card at the bottom of this post if you would like to give it a try.

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Ingredients

  • Sweet Potatoes (I use organic)
  • Bacon (I use uncured, organic, applewood smoked)
  • Cheddar Cheese, freshly grated
  • Sour cream
  • 1 egg per sweet potato (work with me here, and yes I use organic)
  • Olive oil
  • Salt and pepper, for seasoning

Let’s Get Cookin’….

Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.

Scrub the outside of the sweet potato (this is important because you’ll want to eat the skin, I promise).  Poke one or two holes on each side of the potato with a fork. Put a small amount of olive oil on the sweet potato and rub the oil all over the potato with your hands.  Finally, sprinkle the potato with salt.  The oil combined with the salt is going to make the skin of the potato ridiculously tasty.  It is hands down the best way I have found to prepare any potato.

Place the sweet potatoes directly on the top rack of your oven.  Be sure to put aluminum foil on the bottom rack under the potatoes to catch any oozing potato.  Trust me! This step will eliminate a lot of clean up in your oven. Sweet potatoes tend to ooze more than baking potatoes.

Bake the potato for approximately 45 minutes.  I usually check the potato about 40 minutes in, and poke it with a fork to check for tenderness.  If the fork slides in easily, your potato is ready.

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While the potato is baking, cook your bacon in a pan.  When the bacon is done, let the bacon sit on some paper towels to soak up the excess grease.

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Let the pan you cooked the bacon in cool, and discard a majority of the bacon grease from the pan.  I said a majority, because I want you to hold on to just a dab of the grease.  My grandparents always cooked eggs in bacon grease, and honestly there is no other way to do it. The smell alone conjures good memories, but the taste, and the ease it affords for flipping the perfect over easy egg makes it SO worth it.  Really only a dab is needed.

Shred an appropriate amount of cheddar cheese.  When the potato is almost done baking, cook your egg over easy with that dab of bacon grease.

You many notice a little 2 year old mouse, named Harper reaching in for a bite of cheddar. Lady after her mamas heart.

You many notice a little 2 year old mouse, named Harper, reaching in for a bite of cheddar. Lady after her mamas heart.

When the sweet potato is done cooking, construct The Complete Sweet Potato!  Here is how I like to layer mine.  Cut the sweet potato open and run a very small dab of butter over the inside of the hot potato. Next, layer on your grated cheddar cheese. Add a dollop or two of sour cream and cracked pepper to taste and for aesthetic quality.  Add one strip of crumbled bacon per potato plus a little more shredded cheddar.  Finally, top it with the over easy egg!  I realize you all may not be on board with the over easy egg, to each their own, but it’s worth a try. I doubt your taste buds will be sorry!

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I paired my complete sweet potato with “Mommy’s Time Out” Pinot Grigio.  The brilliance of the name of this wine inspires me to do just that – take a needed time out. Ha!  Honestly, it’s not a bad wine.  You could have this as a breakfast potato too and pair it with a Mimosa instead.  Proseco wtih freshly squeezed Orange Juice is smooth and delicious!

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The Complete Sweet Potato!

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Ingredients

  • Sweet Potatoes (I use organic)
  • Bacon (I use uncured, organic, applewood smoked)
  • Cheddar Cheese, freshly grated
  • Sour cream
  • 1 egg per sweet potato (work with me here, and yes I use organic)
  • Olive oil
  • Salt and pepper, for seasoning

Let’s Get Cookin’….

Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.

Scrub the outside of the sweet potato (this is important because you’ll want to eat the skin, I promise).  Poke one or two holes on each side of the potato with a fork. Put a small amount of olive oil on the sweet potato and rub the oil all over the potato with your hands.  Finally, sprinkle the potato with salt.  The oil combined with the salt is going to make the skin of the potato ridiculously tasty.  It is hands down the best way I have found to prepare any potato.

Place the sweet potatoes directly on the top rack of your oven.  Be sure to put aluminum foil on the bottom rack under the potatoes to catch any oozing potato.  Trust me! This step will eliminate a lot of clean up in your oven. Sweet potatoes tend to ooze more than baking potatoes.

Bake the potato for approximately 45 minutes.  I usually check the potato about 40 minutes in, and poke it with a fork to check for tenderness.  If the fork slides in easily, your potato is ready.

While the potato is baking, cook your bacon in a pan.  When the bacon is done, let the bacon sit on some paper towels to soak up the excess grease.

Let the pan you cooked the bacon in cool, and discard a majority of the bacon grease from the pan.  I said a majority, because I want you to hold on to just a dab of the grease.  My grandparents always cooked eggs in bacon grease, and honestly there is no other way to do it. The smell alone conjures good memories, but the taste, and the ease it affords for flipping the perfect over easy egg makes it SO worth it.  Really only a dab is needed.

Shred an appropriate amount of cheddar cheese.  When the potato is almost done baking, cook your egg over easy with that dab of bacon grease.

When the sweet potato is done cooking, construct The Complete Sweet Potato!  Here is how I like to layer mine.  Cut the sweet potato open and run a very small dab of butter over the inside of the hot potato. Next, layer on your grated cheddar cheese. Add a dollop or two of sour cream and cracked pepper to taste and for aesthetic quality.  Add one strip of crumbled bacon per potato plus a little more shredded cheddar.  Finally, top it with the over easy egg!  I realize you all may not be on board with the over easy egg, to each their own, but it’s worth a try. I doubt your taste buds will be sorry!

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Fall Home Inspiration

Fall Home Inspiration and A Special Birthday Shout Out

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I want to start today’s post with a HAPPY BIRTHDAY shout out to one of our Button Jar contributors – Abby Branham.  She is such a good big sister and we want her to feel extra special on her big day.  So HAPPY BIRTHDAY ABBY!  We love you! Here is a picture of Abby looking adorable as a 3 year old, right before her world was rocked by the arrival of her twin sisters (me and Katie) a few months later.

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Anyway, love her cute Fall inspired dress, which is a fantastic lead in to today’s post.  I love Summer and I am thankful that it is still here, but I have to admit that I am starting to get excited for the Fall.  This has been triggered by a sudden drop in temperature to the mid-70s and the fact that my three kiddos started school yesterday (am I the only one who wishes school still started after Labor Day?) Even without that, Fall has always been my favorite and I look forward to it. I love the crispness of the air, the crunchy leaves underfoot, and cuddling up with a book and a cup of tea on a quiet fall evening.  I have to admit I don’t mind trading in my shorts for pants.

So, in honor of my love for all things fall, I have put together a list of some of my favorite early Fall finds for 2016.  Some of these are on the pricier end and will likely never make it to my house, but that is the beauty of virtual shopping.  It gives me an idea of the styles that I like so that if I am a patient and diligent shopper, I can often get items on sale or find a less expensive knock-off.  So I hope you enjoy!  Shopping Guide is provided below.  If you have a favorite fall find, I hope you will share it with us on Instagram, Facebook or in the comments section below.

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Fall Shopping Favorites

Links to the online stores where you can take a closer look at each of these beautiful items are below the pictures.

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  1. Autumn Leaf Mirror 2.Braided Hanging Basket 3. Farmer’s Market Candle 4. Heradia Throw Blanket 5. Mountainside Log Holder 6. Moonbloom Tea Towel 7.Chair 8. Hamper 9. White Dipped Ladder 10. Wood and Metal Pendant Light 11. Felt Acorns 12. Autumn Berry Wreath 13. Clara Carving Wood Planters 14. Lumbar Pillow 15. Kilim Pillow 16. Firepit 17. Marshmallow roaster 18. Metal Bunting 19. Feather Print

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