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Easter Events in Houston

Easter Events in Houston this weekend should be pretty fun. There is Plenty to do this Easter Weekend and Goldwiser can help you pay for it. Come sell your Precious Metals to us.

Spring time is Easter Time. If you’re trying to find family-friendly Easter events in Houston, then look no further I have a few ideas for you and the family.

 

  • Easter ” Egg Hunt ” Pub Crawl-  Saturday April 19 2014.  The League of Extraordinary Brewers : Crawl through six of downtown’s finest bars to fill your basket with eggs full of candy, drink specials and raffle tickets.

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  • Spring Fling Children’s Ticket’s - Saturday April 19 2014  Description Come join in on the fun complete with a hot dog lunch, petting zoo, bounce house, face painting, egg hunt, and a visit from the Easter Bunny.

 

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  • Easter Sunday Service – April 20 2014  9 am and 11 am Unity Houston, Easter is a day to celebrate Jesus and his message of overcoming and eternal life. We also celebrate the resurrection of all that is sacred, good and of God in each of us.

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Open Monday – Saturday 10 am til 7 pm 24224 NW Freeway ( Outside HEB ) HWY 290 & Barker Cypress 

 

Easter Brunch In Houston

Where to have Easter Brunch In Houston. Are you Planning on early service this Easter Sunday April 20th ? Easter, which celebrates Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the dead, is Christianity’s most important holiday. It has been called a movable feast because it doesn’t fall on a set date every year, as most holidays do.

Easter is really an entire season of the Christian church year, as opposed to a single-day observance.

 

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Although colored Hard-boiled eggs are probably the first Easter food to come to mind, other foods factor into the traditional Easter meals around the world.

Ham

Chicken

Lamb

 

Where will you have Easter Brunch or Lunch this Sunday ? Here are a few Suggestions from Goldwiser.

 

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  •  The Union Kitchen  Special Easter menu at regular menu prices
  • MAX’s Wine Dive  Regular Menu prices
  • Spindletop $65 per adult, $16 per child
  • The Tasting Room, Uptown Park  $34.95 per adult, $14.95 per child 17 & under, children 5 & under eat for free
  • Breakfast Klub  Regular Menu prices
  • Downtown Aquarium   $16.99-36.99 (Kids 2 & under are free.)

 

Come see us at Hwy 290 & Barker Cypress ( outside HEB ) 24224 NW Freeway Monday – Saturday 10 am – 7 pm

 

We Buy :

  • Gift Cards ( with balance )
  • Dental Gold
  • 10 k
  • 12 k
  • 14 k
  • 18 k
  • 21 k
  • 22 k
  • 24 k
  • Sterling Silver Flatware
  • Broken Jewelry
  • Much Much More

 

Do you Like Free? FREE Tax Day !

Do you Like Free? FREE  Tax Day ! Most of Americans dread April 15, In the United States, Tax Day is a colloquial term for the day on which individual income tax returns are due to the federal government. Since 1955, for those living in the United States, Tax Day has typically fallen on April 15.

 

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Nothing is certain but death, taxes and freebies on Tax Day on Tuesday!

Here Are a few places to enjoy today April 15 2014, for Free stuff :

 

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  • Ace Hardware:  $10 off $40 purchase with store coupon or online with code TXDAY14; expires Tuesday.
  • Arby’s: Free curly fries on Tuesday with a coupon
  • Boston Market:  Two individual chicken meals with two sides and cornbreads for  $10.40 on Tuesday. No coupon is necessary. Plus, enter to win one of 1,040 free rib dinners and get $1-off coupon.
  • Chili’s: Purchase an adult entree and get a free appetizer or free kid’s meal; expires Wednesday.
  • Dunkin’ Donuts: Free Turbo Shot on Tuesday with coupon on the Dunkin’ Donut app for Android and iPhone.
  • Great American Cookies: Free chocolate chip cookie at participating locations. One per person, no purchase necessary.

 

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Come Sell Your Unwanted Gold, Silver Or Platinum to Goldwiser to day April 15 2014 for a Free quote and 20% extra.

 

We are Located @ HWY 290 and Barker Cypress 24224 NW Freeway ( Outside HEB ) Monday – Saturday 10am til 7pm

World War One Gadgets

World War One Gadgets

1. Sanitary towels…

A material called Cellucotton had already been invented before war broke out, by what was then a small US firm – Kimberly-Clark. The company’s head of research, Ernst Mahler, and its vice-president, James, C Kimberly, had toured pulp and paper plants in Germany, Austria and Scandinavia in 1914 and spotted a material five times more absorbent than cotton and – when mass-produced – half as expensive.

They took it back to the US and trademarked it. Then, once the US entered the war in 1917, they started producing the wadding for surgical dressing at a rate of 380-500ft per minute.

Kotex ad from 1930s

But Red Cross nurses on the battlefield realised its benefits for their own personal, hygienic use, and it was this unofficial use that ultimately made the company’s fortune.

“The end of the war in 1918 brought about a temporary suspension of K-C’s wadding business because its principal customers – the army and the Red Cross – no longer had a need for the product,” the company says today.

So it re-purchased the surplus from the military and created a new market.

“After two years of intensive study, experimentation and market testing, the K-C team created a sanitary napkin made from Cellucotton and fine gauze, and in 1920, in a little wooden shed in Neenah, Wisconsin, female employees began turning out the product by hand,” the company says.

The new product, called Kotex (short for “cotton texture”), was sold to the public in October 1920, less than two years after the Armistice.

2. … and paper hankies

Marketing sanitary pads was not easy, however, partly because women were loath to buy the product from male shop assistants. The company urged shops to allow customers to buy it simply by leaving money in a box. Sales of Kotex did rise but not fast enough for Kimberly-Clark, which looked for other uses for the material.

In the early 1920s, CA “Bert” Fourness conceived the idea of ironing cellulose material to make a smooth and soft tissue. With much experimentation, facial tissue was born in 1924, with the name “Kleenex”.

3. Sun lamp

In the winter of 1918, it’s estimated that half of all children in Berlin were suffering from rickets- a condition whereby bones become soft and deformed. At the time, the exact cause was not known, although it was associated with poverty.


How WW1 changed medicine

Michael Mosley

A doctor in the city – Kurt Huldschinsky – noticed that his patients were very pale. He decided to conduct an experiment on four of them, including one known today only as Arthur, who was three years old. He put the four of them under mercury-quartz lamps which emitted ultraviolet light.

As the treatment continued, Huldschinsky noticed that the bones of his young patients were getting stronger. In May 1919, when the sun of summer arrived, he had them sit on the terrace in the sun. The results of his experiment, when published, were greeted with great enthusiasm. Children around Germany were brought before the lights. In Dresden, the child welfare services had the city’s street lights dismantled to be used for treating children.

Researchers later found that Vitamin D is necessary to build up the bones with calcium and this process is triggered by ultraviolet light. The undernourishment brought on by war produced the knowledge to cure the ailment.

Child under a sun lamp, 1920sChild receiving sun lamp therapy in the 1920s

4. Daylight saving time

The idea of putting the clocks forward in spring and back in autumn was not new when WW1 broke out. Benjamin Franklin had suggested it in a letter to The Journal of Paris in 1784. Candles were wasted in the evenings of summer because the sun set before human beings went to bed, he said, and sunshine was wasted at the beginning of the day because the sun rose while they still slept.

Signpost between Jones and Jackson county, South Dakota, marking the start of the central time zoneA county border in South Dakota marking one of several time zones in the US

Similar proposals were made in New Zealand in 1895 and in the UK in 1909, but without concrete results.

It was WW1 that secured the change. Faced with acute shortages of coal, the German authorities decreed that on 30 April 1916, the clocks should move forward from 23:00 to midnight, so giving an extra hour of daylight in the evenings. What started in Germany as a means to save coal for heating and light quickly spread to other countries.

Britain began three weeks later on 21 May 1916. Other European countries followed. On 19 March 1918, the US Congress established several time zones and made daylight saving time official from 31 March for the remainder of WW1.

Once the war was over, Daylight Saving Time was abandoned – but the idea had been planted and it eventually returned.

5. Tea bags

The tea bag was not invented to solve some wartime problem. By common consent, it was an American tea merchant who, in 1908, started sending tea in small bags to his customers. They, whether by accident or design, dropped the bags in water and the rest is history. So the industry says.

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But a German company, Teekanne, did copy the idea in the war, and developed it, supplying troops with tea in similar cotton bags. They called them “tea bombs”.

6. The wristwatch

It is not true that wristwatches were invented specifically for World War One – but it is true that their use by men took off dramatically. After the war, they were the usual way to tell the time.

Cartier Tank watchCartier Tank watch owes its name to WW1

But until the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, men who needed to know the time and who had the money to afford a watch, kept it in their pocket on a chain. Women, for some reason, were the trailblazers – Elizabeth I had a small clock she could strap to her arm.

But as timing in war became more important – so that artillery barrages, for example, could be synchronised – manufacturers developed watches which kept both hands free in the heat of battle. Wristwatches, in other words. Aviators also needed both hands free, so they too had to throw the old pocket watch overboard.

Mappin and Webb had developed a watch with the hole and handles for a strap for the Boer War and then boasted of how it had been useful at the Battle of Omdurman.

But it was WW1 which really established the market. In particular, the “creeping barrage” meant that timing was everything. This was an interaction between artillery firing just ahead of infantry. Clearly, getting it wrong would be fatal for your own side. Distances were too great for signalling and timings too tight, and, anyway, signalling in plain view meant the enemy would see. Wristwatches were the answer.

The company H Williamson which made watches in Coventry recorded in the report of its 1916 annual general meeting: “It is said that one soldier in every four wears a wristlet watch, and the other three mean to get one as soon as they can.”

Even one of today’s iconic luxury watches goes back to WW1. Cartier’s Tank Watch originated in 1917 when Louis Cartier, the French watchmaker, saw the new Renault tanks and modelled a watch on their shape.

7. Vegetarian sausages

You might imagine that soy sausages were invented by some hippy, probably in the 1960s and probably in California. You would be wrong. Soy sausages were invented by Konrad Adenauer, the first German chancellor after World War Two, and a byword for steady probity – dullness would be an unkind word.

During WW1, Adenauer was mayor of Cologne and as the British blockade of Germany began to bite, starvation set in badly in the city. Adenauer had an ingenious mind – an inventive mind – and researched ways of substituting available materials for scarce items, such as meat.

Vegetarian sausages

His began by using a mixture of rice-flour, barley and Romanian corn-flour to make bread, instead of using wheat. It all seemed to work until Romania entered the war and the supply of the corn flour dried up.

From this experimental bread, he turned to the search for a new sausage and came up with soy as the meatless ingredient. It was dubbed the Friedenswurst or “peace sausage”. Adenauer applied for a patent with the Imperial Patent Office in Germany but was denied one. Apparently, it was contrary to German regulations about the proper content of a sausage – if it didn’t contain meat it couldn’t be a sausage.

Oddly, he had better luck with Britain, Germany’s enemy at the time. King George V granted the soy sausage a patent on 26 June 1918.

Adenauer later invented an electrical gadget for killing insects, a sort of rotary apparatus to clear people out of the way of oncoming trams, and a light to go inside toasters. But none of them went into production. It is the soy sausage that was his longest-lasting contribution.

German chancellor Konrad Adenauer photographed in 1967Konrad Adenauer, towering figure in post-war German politics… and inventor of the vegetarian sausage

Vegetarians everywhere should raise a glass of bio-wine to toast the rather quiet chancellor of Germany for making their plates a bit more palatable.

8. Zips

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Ever since the middle of the 19th Century, various people had been working on combinations of hooks, clasps and eyes to find a smooth and convenient way to keep the cold out.

But it was Gideon Sundback, a Swedish-born emigrant to the US who mastered it. He became the head designer at the Universal Fastener Company and devised the “Hookless Fastener”, with its slider which locked the two sets of teeth together. The US military incorporated them into uniforms and boots, particularly the Navy. After the war, civilians followed suit.

9. Stainless steel

We should thank Harry Brearley of Sheffield for steel which doesn’t rust or corrode. As the city’s archives put it: “In 1913, Harry Brearley of Sheffield developed what is widely regarded as the first ‘rustless’ or stainless steel – a product that revolutionised the metallurgy industry and became a major component of the modern world.”

The British military was trying to find a better metal for guns. The problem was that barrels of guns were distorted over repeated firing by the friction and heat of bullets. Brearley, a metallurgist at a Sheffield firm, was asked to find harder alloys.

He examined the addition of chromium to steel, and legend has it that he threw away some of the results of his experiments as failures. They went literally on to the scrap heap – but Brearley noticed later that these discarded samples in the yard had not rusted.

He had discovered the secret of stainless steel. In WW1 it was used in some of the new-fangled aero-engines – but it really came into its own as knives and forks and spoons and the innumerable medical instruments on which hospitals depend.

Stainless steel cutlery

10. Pilot communications

Before World War One, pilots had no way of talking to each other and to people on the ground.

At the start of the war, armies relied on cables to communicate, but these were often cut by artillery or tanks. Germans also found ways of tapping into British cable communications. Other means of communication such as runners, flags, pigeons, lamps and dispatch riders were used but were found inadequate. Aviators relied on gestures and shouting. Something had to be done. Wireless was the answer.

Radio technology was available but had to be developed, and this happened during WW1 at Brooklands and later at Biggin Hill, according to Keith Thrower a specialist in this area of historical research.

By the end of 1916, the decisive steps forward had been made. “Earlier attempts to fit radio telephones in aircraft had been hampered by the high background noise from the aircraft’s engine,” writers Thrower in British Radio Valves: The Vintage Years – 1904-1925. “This problem was alleviated by the design of a helmet with built-in microphone and earphones to block much of the noise.”

Air traffic control tower and plane

The way was open for civil aviation to take off after the war. Chocks away.

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Discover more about the pioneering plastic surgery used to rebuild the faces of injured WW1 soldiers and other innovations, includingthe world’s first blood bank.

GoldWiser is the largest precious metal buyer and dealer in the state of Texas. Dedicated to serving our customers in the best possible manner, we focus on two main components – convenience and reliability.

We Buy :

  • 10k
  • 12k
  • 14k
  • 18k
  • 21k
  • 22k
  • 24k
  • Dental Gold
  • Sterling Silver Flatware
  • Class rings
  • Broken Jewelry
  • Platinum
  • Gift Cards ( With balance )
  • Watches

 

Come sell To us on this Beautiful Friday, we are located @

HWY 290 & Barker Cypress ( Outside HEB ) 24224 NW Freeway Cypress TX Monday – Saturday 10 am til 7 pm 

 

Here Comes Peter Cottontail

Here Comes Peter Cottontail. Here comes Peter Cottontail
Hoppin’ down the bunny trail Hippity hoppin’, Easter’s on its way.

 

 

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He’s got jelly beans for Tommy
Colored eggs for sister Sue
There’s an orchid for your mommy
And an Easter bonnet too

 

Oh! here comes Peter Cottontail
Hoppin’ down the bunny trail
Hippity hoppity, happy Easter Day !

 

Boy did I used to love this song as a child. I thought Peter Rabbit was real, Ha Ha.

 

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Easter is a moveable feast, meaning it is not fixed in relation to the civil calendar. The First Council of Nicaea (325) established the date of Easter as the first Sunday after the full moon (the Paschal Full Moon) following the March equinox.

 

 

Do you need Cash for Easter Dresses, or Easter Baskets for your Family ? Come in this Saturday to Goldwiser and sell us your Unwanted Gold, Silver or Platinum today.

 

 

 

GoldWiser is the largest precious metal buyer and dealer in the state of Texas. Dedicated to serving our customers in the best possible manner, we focus on two main components – convenience and reliability.

 

We Buy :

  • Dental Gold
  • Gift Cards ( With balance )
  • Platinum
  • 10 k
  • 12 k
  • 14 k
  • 18 k
  • 21 k
  • 22 k
  • 24 k
  • Sterling Silver Flatware
  • Class Rings
  • Broken Jewelry
  • Watches
  • Much Much More

 

Located @ HWY 290 & Barker Cypress 24224 NW Freeway ( Outside HEB ) Monday – Saturday 10 am til 7 pm

Did You Know that on April 11

Did You Know that on April 11, 1970 Apollo 13 launched to the moon  from the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, but the lunar landing was aborted after an oxygen tank exploded two days later, crippling the Service Module (SM) upon which the Command Module (CM) depended. The crew returned safely to Earth on April 17.

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Did You know that  on April 11 1981 Ronald Reagan arrives home from hospital after Hinkley shot him on March 30. Reagan suffered a punctured lung and heavy internal bleeding, but prompt medical attention allowed him to recover quickly. Ronald Reagan was shot in the chest and in the lower right arm. Ronald Reagan was the 40th President of the United States (1981–1989).

 

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GoldWiser is the largest precious metal buyer and dealer in the state of Texas. Dedicated to serving our customers in the best possible manner, we focus on two main components – convenience and reliability.

 

We Buy :

  • 10k
  • 12k
  • 14k
  • 18k
  • 21k
  • 22k
  • 24k
  • Dental Gold
  • Sterling Silver Flatware
  • Class rings
  • Broken Jewelry
  • Platinum
  • Gift Cards ( With balance )
  • Watches

 

Come sell To us on this Beautiful Friday, we are located @

HWY 290 & Barker Cypress ( Outside HEB ) 24224 NW Freeway Cypress TX Monday – Saturday 10 am til 7 pm 

It’s almost Prom time, Do you need a Dress or Tuxedo

It’s almost Prom time, Do you need a Dress or Tuxedo? Do you need extra cash? Goldwiser has the answer to your Prayers, come sell your unwanted Gold, silver or Platinum to us today. GoldWiser is the largest precious metal buyer and dealer in the state of Texas. Dedicated to serving our customers in the best possible manner, we focus on two main components – convenience and reliability.

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In the United States Prom is a formal ( black tie ) dance or gathering of High school students. At Prom a Queen and King may be revealed, will it be you?

 

Proms worked their way down incrementally from college gatherings to high school extravaganzas. In the early 1900s, prom was a simple tea dance where high school seniors wore their Sunday best. In the 1920s and 1930s, it expanded into an annual class banquet where students wore party clothes and danced afterward. As Americans gained more money and leisure time in the 1950s, proms became more extravagant and elaborate, bearing similarity today.

 

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We Buy :

  • 10k
  • 12k
  • 14k
  • 18k
  • 21k
  • 22k
  • 24k
  • Dental Gold
  • Sterling Silver Flatware
  • Platinum
  • Broken Jewelry
  • Gift Cards ( with balance )
  • Watches
  • Silver or Gold Coins
  • Class Rings
  • Much Much More !!!

 

Open Monday – Saturday 10 AM til 7 PM 24224 NW Freeway ( Outside HEB )

 

 

Are you in need of a Vacation

Are you in need of a Vacation ? I would love a Two Week Paid vacation right now, but odds are I won’t be able to afford my dream vacation. Flying can be very expensive.  Historically, the idea of travel for recreation was a luxury that only wealthy people could afford.

Here at Goldwiser We want to help you get cash to take that well deserved vacation. Check out some of my favorite places, maybe I can help you get an idea of where you may want to go.

 

Grand Cayman Island 

Cosmopolitan Grand Cayman Island is the largest of the three islands. Whether you are looking for complete relaxation, exquisite dining, exciting nightlife or the awesome underwater sights of our oh-so-accessible reefs, we have something for everyone. The water, the beach discover the nature that makes us beautiful.

 

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Las Vegas Nevada 

Las Vegas is an internationally renowned major resort city known primarily for gambling, shopping, fine dining, and nightlife and is the leading financial and cultural center for southern Nevada. Established in 1905, Las Vegas was incorporated as a city in 1911.

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Texas Hill Country 

The Texas Hill Country is a twenty-five county region of Central Texas and South Texas featuring karst topography and tall rugged hills consisting of thin layers of soil atop limestone or granite. It also includes the Llano Uplift and the second largest granite dome in the United States, Enchanted Rock. The Hill Country reaches into portions of the two major metropolitan areas, especially in San Antonio‘s northern suburbs and the western half of Travis County, ending west of Downtown Austin.

 

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GoldWiser is the largest precious metal buyer and dealer in the state of Texas. Dedicated to serving our customers in the best possible manner, we focus on two main components – convenience and reliability.

We are Open Monday – Saturday 10 AM til 7 PM HWY 290 & Barker Cypress ( Outside HEB ) 24224 NW Freeway Cypress 

 

Three Best Brunch Recipes

Three Best Brunch Recipes from me to you. I’m not to fund of Breakfast for Breakfast, but I love breakfast for brunch. I have decided to share some of my favorite brunch recipes with you on this terrific Tuesday.

 

Three Best Brunch Recipes :

 

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Cauliflower and Feta Omelet , Servers 2 in 30 minutes

  • 5 Large eggs
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1/2 medium head cauliflower, cute into 1 inch wide florets ( 3 cups )
  • 1 garlic clove ( minced )
  • 1/2 cup of crumbled feta ( 2 ounces )
  • 1/4 cup  packed flat-leaf parsley leaves

Little bites of cauliflower add wonderful texture to this open-face omelet; salty-tangy feta gives it character.

 

 

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Baked Banana Stuffed French Toast, Servers 4

  • 4 ripe bananas,  peeled, each cut into 4 pieces
  • 8 thin slices light (reduced-fat) mixed-grain bread
  • 1/2 cup nonfat milk
  • 2 Large eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • pinch of ground cinnamon
  • nonstick vegetable oil spray
  • Powdered sugar
  • 8 large strawberries
  • Pure maple syrup (optional)

 

A real breakfast treat but VERY filling.

 

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Vanilla Date Breakfast smoothie, serves 2 in 5 minutes

 

  • 1 cup nonfat yogurt
  • 1 cup nonfat milk
  • 1 cup (packed) pitted Medjool dates (about 9 ounces)
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 cups of ice cubes

This quick and healthy shake is a great breakfast on-the-go.

 

 

Goldwiser wants to pay you for your unwanted Gold, Silver or Platinum today.

We Buy:

  • Dental Gold
  • Sterling Silver Flatware
  • 10k, 12k, 14k, 18k, 21k, 22k, 24k
  • Class Rings
  • Platinum
  • Gold Coins
  • Silver Coins
  • Gift Cards ( with balance )
  • Broken Gold
  • Watches

 

Open Monday – Saturday 10 am til 7 pm @ HWY 290 and Barker Cypress ( Outside HEB ) 24224 NW Freeway

 

 

 

 

Fun Delicious Spring time Recipes

Fun Delicious Spring time Recipes to enjoy. Spring is one of my Favorite times of the year. You know, that 5-minute window between the ice-pocalypse and the sweltering heat.

 

I want to share a few recipes I think you will enjoy before that excruciating Texas heat gets here.

 

Spring Entertaining  Recipes :

 

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The Perfect Spinach Salad 

  • 1 bunch of rinsed spinach
  •  5 Large rinsed strawberries
  • thinly sliced red onions
  • feta crumbles

 

Roasted Asparagus 

  • 2 pounds of Fresh asparagus
  • Good Olive oil
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • Kosher salt

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Slow Roasted Salmon with potatoes 

  • 3 bunches leeks, trimmed and quartered lengthwise
  • 1/3 cup plus 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
    Sea salt
  • 3 pounds fresh, skin-on, center-cut wild salmon fillet, pin bones removed
  • 1 1/2 pounds fingerling potatoes
  • 1 shallot
  • 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, at room temperature
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh chives
  • 2 tablespoons fresh tarragon
  • 2 tablespoons fresh parsley
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Sparkling Sidecar

  • Combine 1 ounce each cognac
  • orange liqueur and lemon juice in a shaker.
  • Moisten the rim of a tumbler and dip in coarse sugar
  • fill with ice. Shake the drink well, then strain into the glass.
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Goldwiser can help you enjoy all these spring refreshing recopies, come sell your Gold, Silver or Platinum to us today.

 

Open Monday – Saturday 10 am til 7 pm 24224 NW Freeway ( outside HEB ) @ HWY 290 and Barker Cypress