In honor of my album Broken Home i will be donating 50% of each sale of this album or any song on the album that is purchased to savethechildren.org. savethechildren is a organization that helps children and families all across the world. Helping children that are effected by the recent hurricanes all the way to supporting a child in a third world country. Growing Up I didn't have alot but by donating money from half of my album sales I can help children that are living the same way i did or worse than I did. Keep in mind that yes, this is not a whole lot of money (50% of $1.27 after 15% share of bandcamp), but every cent counts. Also at check out enter savethechildren as a discount code to receive 50 cents off of the album that is only good until December 24th. #guitar#metal#deathcore#likemothstoflames#music#ofmiceandmen#djent#wagewar#rock#reflections#progressivemetal#produce#mix#master#band#metalcore#posthardcore#pacificnorthwest#washington#pnw#riserecords#sumerianrecords#emery2018#savethechildren ☟Follow me on social media☟
For our second-to-last day of the 12 Days of Little Potatoes, make our Mini Goat Cheese Stuffed Potatoes! They've got two different fillings to satisfy both the sweet and savory lovers at your table. [Recipe link in bio]
If #socialmedia can #produce#music industry stars, make four year olds millionaires from simply playing with toys, why not utilize it to bring attention to inequities, mobilize our ‘friends’ and promote change?
It’s not the only means of action and is certainly not the most efficient but it helps. .
How do we step it up?
Share posts that bring attention to inequities, provide info and call for action.
Move beyond the liking, commenting and sharing and participate in the action itself, make the call and/or send the email.
Come out and get educated, participate and recruit others to do the same. Ole heads, remember the old Suave commercial? Yep, that!!!!!
One major strategy for #2018... go and participate in your local ward groups ... many of them don’t market their meetings, especially when it’s time to vote for committee members, we have to compile and get the info out, when it does, rally your neighbors, go, nominate someone who will be a voice and get them elected...
The tide has changed and #CITIZENS are recognizing the gaps, their #power to #create#solutions and their #ability to demand their implementIon, while recognizing our own community deficiencies and addressing those simultaneously!
seasonal greens shot & edited on my new @google pixel 2...I don't know about you guys, but I am beyond impressed with the camera on this phone!
produce from top to bottom: fennel, homegrown avocados, kiwi, romanesco cauliflower, bosc pears, apples, papaya, lime, feijoa & curly kale 💚
After 2 seasons of trials and testing our market, we really cornered in and hit our stride this season. We found our niche and with it came a lot of pride and honor in our unique position in the market. We're leaning into the space we've carved out for ourselves and look forward to bringing a lot of needed change to the Connecticut farming, food and restaurant community. If you're a chef in eastern CT and haven't seen Matt's face yet, you will in 2018. To all the chefs reaching out to us now, hold tight. Winter shoot seeding starts TOMORROW ✌ #bestnine #2017
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I want that pcy solo album ASAP !!!!
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This is a very delicious method of cooking Nigerian Stew many don't know about. 😋😋😋 Thanks to @9jafoodie we can show you! 😀
Just imagine a combination of our bell peppers, habaneros and tomatoes in this baked mix. It will for sure make a difference. .
Who has used this method to cook stew? Do you have another inventive method you can share with us? We love to learn new things. 😀😀😀
Sweet dreams! I’ll be dreaming of these Broccoli Cheddar Breakfast Quesadillas because I’m weird like that and also, I’m always thinking about my next meal 😆
BROCCOLI CHEDDAR BREAKFAST QUESADILLAS⠀
2 teaspoons olive oil⠀
1 small onion, diced⠀
3 cups broccoli florets, cut into VERY small pieces⠀
1/4 teaspoon salt⠀
1⁄4 teaspoon pepper⠀
1 cup cheddar cheese, shredded⠀
Four 12” tortillas⠀
Heat a large pan over medium heat. Add the oil and the onion, and cook for 5 or so minutes, until onion is cooked through.⠀
Add the broccoli and cook for 5 more minutes, until bright green and tender.⠀
While cooking the veggies, beat the eggs with the salt and pepper. Add to the pan and cook, stirring frequently, for 2-3 minutes, until eggs are cooked through. Remove from heat and allow to cool slightly.⠀
In a clean pan, assemble quesadillas: on half of the tortilla, add ⅔ cup of egg mixture, topped with ⅓ cup cheddar cheese. Fold the tortilla over on itself and press firmly. Cook for 2-3 minutes per side until golden and crispy.⠀
Remove from heat and cool completely on a wire rack.⠀
#linkinprofile for printable recipe: ⠀