Here’s one of my favorite recipes, reasonably healthy too!
Snacking on a hunk of beef jerky instead of your typical carb-laden snacks provides your body with needed proteins, while avoiding the crash you might feel after a small bag of chips or a candy bar.
This Killer Beef Jerky Recipe is easy to make, doesn’t cost an arm and a leg, and actually gains friends!
Here’s a simple beef jerky recipe. I’ll be making some later this week, so I’ll add pictures or a video when I do that. For now, I’ll just write the words.
A Great Tasting Low-Carb Snack
Looking for a high protein, low-carb crispy snack?
Try this great alternative to your everyday chips.
Baked Crunchy Cheese Crispies!
I was first introduced to this great low-carb snack about ten years ago. At the time I simply purchased bags of them at a local health food store. Since that time, however, I have found a couple recipes that are easy to make, are far less expensive, and (in my opinion) actually taste better! Plus, if you make your own cheese crunchies, you can add just about any additional flavors you like, either to the whole batch or to just some of the chips in the batch.
So You Want to Make Money On The Internet?
Because so many folks ask me, “So How Do You Actually Make Money Playing On the Internet All Day Long?”
I figured I’d give a brief overview of the fundamentals of running an internet business, or any other kind of business for that matter.
Follow the steps in this plan precisely as I’ve outlined them, and you’ll be able to almost make money on the web almost overnight. Emphasis on ‘almost.’ Both times. Continue reading
Photo Album from the 1930s
Recently, I was fortunate enough to have been given an old photo album of the house and property where I was born and raised. Many many thanks to those who got it into my hands for this project!
This was a realtor’s book showing the house and grounds that my parents bought in about 1948. The photos are from the 1930s, and we assume the people in the photos were the original owners of the estate.
Or in English: “Spin This, Sucker!”
In December of last year, I published an article on E-Zine Articles, talking about the history of beef jerky. Shortly after its publication, a ‘spun’ version of my article appeared, and for a brief time was displayed in the same query space on Google.
For those not familiar, ‘spinning’ is a technique used by webmasters to create and publish ‘unique’ content on the web in order to promote their sites and rank well in Google’s search engines. Continue reading