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Catyou In A Circle – Modern Cat Furniture for Small Spaces

Photos from a memory card I haven’t used since 2017. 

Photos from a memory card I haven’t used since 2017.  by @nickgerber

BBQ Beef Tacos

Thank you R&R BBQ for this delicious idea!! These BBQ Beef Tacos are my new FAVORITE tacos! They are made easy in the Instant Pot! The BBQ Beef is so flavorful and tender, and it's topped with a mouth watering coleslaw, all held together in a soft corn tortilla. They are to die for! Perfect for a weeknight dinner, but fancy enough for a party! Make it with me! This recipe was shared with me by my Grandma B. She made this recipe for my mom all the time and it is one of her favorites. It is definitely a traditional recipe in my family. I hope you enjoy it! I use a rump roast for this recipe because it is a great cut of meat. I try to always grab one that is between 4 and 5 pounds. For Instant Pot cook time, I say to cook for 12 minutes per pound. I always round up too. With this recipe, I wanted to beef to be very tender and shreddable so I cooked it a little longer than usual. The coleslaw on top of the BBQ beef makes these tacos extra yummy! The flavors comp

Instant Pot Sweet Pork

This Instant Pot Shredded Sweet Pork recipe is the best sweet pork recipe ever! I have converted the oh so popular "Cafe Rio" Sweet Pork crock pot recipe into an Instant Pot recipe and now I love it even more! The cooking process is so quick and I think it was a better flavor when made in the Instant Pot! The meat is so tender, juicy, and flavorful. This Instant Pot Shredded Sweet Pork is great for tacos, salad, burritos, quesadillas, and so much more! Make it with me! The general rule of thumb for converting crock pot recipes to instant pot recipes is this: 8 hours on low in a crock pot = 60 minutes manual pressure in the instant pot. 4 hours on high in a crock pot = 30 minutes manual pressure in the instant pot. This isn't true for every recipe, but it works as a guide when you are converting all of your classic favorites! This Shredded Sweet Pork is so YUMMY! It has such a great flavor and the whole family loves it! It is made with brown sugar, regula

Paintings by Serge Gay Jr.Serge Gay Jr. is a Grammy-nominated...

Paintings by Serge Gay Jr. Serge Gay Jr. is a Grammy-nominated Creative Director and Art Director. Also a Painter, Illustrator, Graphic Designer, currently based out of San Francisco, California. His art infuses inspiration from living in cities from coast to coast. Influence in his work can be found from the culture sociology of his homeland of Haiti, New York, Miami, Detroit, and San Francisco. Serge has taken residence in San Francisco where he continues to explore and share his talent with the world through career-oriented and non-profit freelance projects. Serge Shop . Art is the only way to run away without leaving home - run with us . posted by tu recepcja    via

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Paintings by Serge Gay Jr. Serge Gay Jr. is a Grammy-nominated Creative Director and Art Director. Also a Painter, Illustrator, Graphic Designer, currently based out of San Francisco, California. His art infuses inspiration from living in cities from coast to coast. Influence in his work can be found from the culture sociology of his homeland of Haiti, New York, Miami, Detroit, and San Francisco. Serge has taken residence in San Francisco where he continues to explore and share his talent with the world through career-oriented and non-profit freelance projects. Serge Shop . Art is the only way to run away without leaving home - run with us . posted by tu recepcja    via crss

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Air Fryer Bomb *ss Popcorn Shrimp

I had to put expletive’s in the title of this dish because there’s no other way to describe it. This Air Fryer Popcorn Shrimp is Bomb *ss!! What I say when it comes to shrimp should carry a vast amount of weight because I am not a seafood girl. For years I avoided it altogether but when I started to cut fast food out I started branching out and exploring foods I previously thought I didn’t like. What I realized is that there aren’t many foods I truly don’t care for. I can find a method of preparation that allows me to enjoy almost any food! Granted, popcorn shrimp isn’t an easy thing to dislike but take my word. You want to make this shrimp as soon as humanly possible.  Not only is this Air Fryer Popcorn Shrimp incredibly delicious but it’s dairy and grain free! That means this shrimp is not only really darn tasty it’s Whole30 compliant and paleo too! The thing that really takes this Popcorn Shrimp over the top is using a homemade Cajun Seasoning blend . You probably already ha

Homemade Cajun Seasoning

This Homemade Cajun Seasoning is so easy to make! You probably already have all of the ingredients inside of your spice cabinet! Store bought blends can have anti-caking agents, sugar, and MSG. Making seasonings at home is fast, can save you a bundle, and you know everything that goes into them!  This Homemade Cajun Seasoning has just the right amount of kick. I love to use it in my Cajun Goulash and Bomb *ss Popcorn Shrimp ! Use it to season chicken, seafood, or stews!  Homemade Cajun Seasoning 2 1/2 teaspoons smoked paprika 2 teaspoons fine ground sea salt 2 teaspoons garlic powder 1 1/4 teaspoons dried oregano 1 1/4 teaspoons dried thyme 1 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 teaspoon onion powder 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes Add all of the ingredients to a small mason jar. Place the lid on tightly and shake to combine. Label and store in spice cabinet.  The post Homemade Cajun Seasoning appeared first on Instant Loss - Convenient