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Dulcet

Posted Oct 04 2009 11:14pm

Sorry for being MIA. I got back last week and it’s been a crazy week with school and house cleaning. School started last Thursday and it feels good to be back after a really long summer break! I enjoyed this summer since I won’t be having summer break next year or the year after that (summer school ><;).

I’m going to be putting up a lot of giveaways. Here are what’s coming in your way!

*18Rabbit bars giveaway
*Gruve giveaway (fabulous tool to keep track of activities you do!)
*Sweet sweet sweeeeeeetners giveaways (sweetners that are GOOD for you!)
*never-ending COUPONS giveaway

Today’s review is dedicated to Dulcet Cuisine products. They have natural dressings, oils, rubs, ketchup, mustard, and spice mixes.

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Sorry for this bad quality of picture. I am hoping I didn’t make you go blind!! This is Moroccan Cooking Spice & Rub. They are all 100% natural ingredients: sea salt, spanish paprika, saffron, garlic, ginger, cinnamon – korintji, cayenne (40,000HU), coriander, cumin, and tumeric.

I used it to make wonderful tofu dish other night. I wish I took a picture because its presentation (with a help of my sister) was really beautiful! We totally forgot to take one because we were so drawn to trying out the wonderful new dish.

I really loved the cayenne + coriander in the spice. Both of them are two of my TOP favorite spices. :)

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Next is their brand new product: Ketchup! Peppery Moroccan Ketchup: Blending Mediterranean spices that reflect the diverse culinary influences of North Africa – a hint of saffron, cumin and turmeric combined with garlic and ginger – makes this ketchup sing. Glaze spare ribs, use as a grilling sauce on lamb kebabs, in your favorite sloppy joe recipe, on mac-n-cheese, or as an inspired addition to burgers and fries.

Although this ketchup has added sugar (organic cane sugar), in my opinion, it is wayyyy better than the ones that have high-fructose corn syrup.

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Last one I got to try was Madras Curry Mustard, which was perfect on my roasted veggie open sandwich. I love mustard so much that I use it as “dressing” for my salads or even to cover my kelp noodles. YUM! This mustard is packed with exotic flavor, a hint of sweetness and finishes with a punch of spice. Perfect for revving up seasonal favorites like turkey or ham sandwiches and would provide a warm, flavorful twist to a shrimp stir fry, or spread on roast tenderloin before cooking.

I’ll be back with wonderful posts soon! Until then, here’s a wonderful promotion for everyone to enjoy:

YoCrunch Invites Parents of Trick or Treaters To Trade Candy Wrappers for Free Yogurt Coupons

YoCrunch is re-introducing a new promotion designed to help parents transition their young ones from a Halloween candy coma to health conscious kids with yogurt.

For up to two weeks following Halloween (which this year falls on Saturday, October 31), you can send any candy wrappers which their kids have earned trick or treating (limit one submission per household) to us, and in turn rewarded with a YoCrunch product coupon.

To participate, consumers can send candy wrappers to the following address:

Shaina Zalma | YoCrunch | 9507 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 300 | Beverly Hills, CA 90210

According to dairy industry veteran Kevin O’Rell, “YoCrunch serves as an ideal gateway food to better eating. It has all the health benefits of yogurt with kid-friendly crunchy mix-ins placed conveniently atop the package.”

The skinny on health – All of YoCrunch’s lowfat yogurt products contain live and active cultures perfect for digestion and replete with a compelling mix of health benefits.

Please visit www.yocrunch.com for more information and let me know if you’d like any additional information about this unusual promotion.

Also, please check out Kristin’s TJ contest!

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