Grilled Pizza


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Chef Payton Curry has a twist on Pizza! Just Grill it! Here is the reciepe:

Grilled  Pizza

  • 1   ea  pizza dough package (2 portions)
  • 6   oz  protein cooked, warm
  • 6   oz  arugula or favorite greens
  • 2   oz  favorite dressing, or just olive oil and lemon
  • 4   ea  grilled green onions, chopped
  • You can add any of your favorite toppings!

Set grill to medium heat and toss dough in a bit of flour and work into a rectangle.  Grill for about 2 minutes on each side.  Dough should be cooked but still pliable to form a wrap.

payton_curry@yahoo.com

Doggie Mat


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Doggie Placemat

 

Our new little puppy is a messy eater! Making this cure placemat was super simple! Here’s how:

Supplies:

Carpet square

Acrylic paint

Thick craft foam

Pencil

Scissors

Glue gun

Foam brush

Paper plate

Instructions:

  1. Look for a carpet square that is rather smooth. Too much texture makes it hard to stamp on and get a nice clear image.
  2. Draw out your image on the craft foam and cut it out. Using your left over pieces glue two pieces to one side to make a handle.
  3. Paint one side of your stamp and apply it to the carpet. Let dry
  4. Once your paint is dry you can wash over it. Acrylic paint is there to stay!

To see a picture of me and Nikki visit my blog!!!

Make-Up Brushes 101


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When you want to do a go good at anything you need the right tools right? Well it’s the same for your make-up. Having good brushes to apply your face is a must!! Gloria shows us the basic tools we need to get started. Most importantly she shows us what to do with them! Just like anything else good tools cost money. so once you make the investment taking care of your brushes will insure they last a long time.

Here are a few tips to clean your brushes:

  • Use Baby shampoo to clean.
  • Wet the brush and gently with your fingers work in the shampoo.
  • Rinse and reapeat until all the make up is gone and the water is clear.
  • Shake or press out the excess water with a cloth. Lay flat to dry.
  • Wash your brushes once a week.
  • Never let them soak in anything. This will for sure damage your brushes.

Gloria is a make up artist in Scottsdale. to learn more from her you can reach her at:

www.cosbar.com

Gloria Bañuelos
Cos Bar
15044 N. Scottsdale Rd #140
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Tel: (480) 607-2771
Fax: (480) 367-6748
gloria.banuelos@cosbar.com

Fix Flabby Arms


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Fix Flabby Arms

Don’t let the back of your arms continue waving after you have stopped! Personal trainer Clarence Ferguson has a few super simple exercises you can do to prevent the on going wave.
Anything that extends the arm or lengthens it is a tricep exercise. With that in mind here we go!
1. Single arm extension: Grab any form of resistance bend your arm and return it too the straight position. Be sure  once you pick a position to start from, your elbow remains fixed. 15 to 20 reps each arm.

2. Double arm extension: The same as above except now you are using two arms instead of one. You can perform either of these exercises standing or seated. What determines your body position is how much weight you are using.

3. Bench dips: Place both hands on your bench or whatever your using to hold your body up , walk your legs out to your desired level of work load, remember the further your legs are away from your body the greater the resistance will become. Once your feet are set descend slowly until your arms are at 90 degrees push up and return to your starting position. Repeat 15 times

4.Close grip push ups: From your feet or from the modified position (on your knees) place your hands about thumb apart . Rotate your shoulders so your arms are parallel to your body (places more emphasis on triceps, versus the chest doing more of the work) slowly descend up and down to your desired rep range.

Do 15 to 20 reps  in sets of 3. You can make it a circut so you won’t tire as easily.

Clarence Ferguson

Check out Clarenc’s website http://www.imwithcman.com/
and here his blog : http://www.realtalkcf.wordpress.com/ for more great tips and inspiration.