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    Learn how to make Dill Pickle Almonds with Walton's and Meatgistics. Watch the video, read the guide, and then post your questions or comments below.

    Pour Water into Seasoning Stir in Seasoning Bake for 8 minutes Add Salt & Vinegar Shake Overview

    The Dill Pickle Jerky and Snack Stick Seasoning is quickly climbing the list of most versatile seasonings, a while ago @Joe-Hell said he used some to make some awesome almonds, so we thought we would give it a try in our new kitchen and see what it was like!

    “Meat” Block

    Almonds (8 oz)
    Dill Pickle Jerky/Snack Stick Seasoning (1 tablespoon)
    Olive Oil
    Boiled Water
    Excalibur’s Salt & Vinegar Wing Shake

    Steps

    Fully dissolve 1 oz of the Dill Pickle Seasoning in a small amount of very hot water. Mix with almonds and shake/stir very well for even distribution. Lay almonds out flat on a pan coated in foil and cook at 375° for 8 minutes. Pull from oven, spray lightly with spray olive oil and then shake on some Salt & Vinegar Wing Shake

    The addition of the Salt & Vinegar Shake here changed the overall taste, without that the main flavor was just the dill, there wasn’t any real pickle flavor but the vinegar in the wing shake really brought it all together.

    Watch WaltonsTV: Dill Pickle Almonds Shop waltonsinc.com for Dill Pickle Jerky & Snack Stick Seasoning Shop waltonsinc.com for Excalibur’s Salt & Vinegar Wing Shake Shop waltonsinc.com for Seasonings & Additives Non-stick Grilling Mesh Basket Non-stick Grilling Mesh Basket

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  • Here is my version of recipe:

    (for using up leftover uncooked vegetables)

    1 Kg. mince meat

    Two 450g cans of tomatoes

    1 or 2 cans of thick tomato soup

    2 large onions (chopped)

    Leftover uncooked vegetables. Only use vegetables which are mould free.

    Any vegetables which children don’t like e.g. spinach. Put the last two items through a food processor. Put it all in a heavy (large) saucepan, bring to the boil and simmer for about 1 hour.

    Optional: Put in half a cup of red wine if desired for more flavour. Serve over spaghetti or noodles. (Potatoes are not a suitable vegetable for use in this recipe).

    From my housekeeping hints webpage

    Other useful information:

    The powerful intercession of the Holy Souls in Purgatory for their benefactors and ways to help them

    http://missionbell.homestead.com/Afavourgrantedbytheholysouls.html

    The web page has accounts of the intercession of The Holy Souls in Purgatory, for their benefactors in cases of illness, addictions, cars that won’t start, infertility problems, protection in accidents, conversion, chronic insomnia, their help for people who are experiencing major trouble with city councils, success with projects, employment, real estate, television sets that don’t work properly, finding lost property and trouble with relations, etc. and prayers and ideas on how to help The Holy Souls in Purgatory.

    Novena to St Philomena the Wonder Worker for the healing of autism

    http://missionbell.homestead.com/novenaforautisticchildren.html

    Each person (who has autism or an autism related condition) whose name is sent to be included in this novena will be prayed for regularly by a priest chaplain of Lourdes, France at the grotto. Only the first name of the person is needed for the purpose of this novena. Everyone is invited to send names: parents, grandparents, teachers, doctors, aunties, therapists etc.

    The novena is held twice every month from: the 1st to the 9th of the Month and from the 10th to the 18th of the month.

    (My oldest child received a big healing from autism through prayer).

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    Great information and awesome looking product!

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