Homeade Turkey Meatloaf

Ingredients

Ground Turkey meat family style pack

breadcrumbs 1/2 cup

Eggs (2)

Ketchup 1/3 cup

BBQ sauce 1/3 cup

Salt/pepper to taste

Pack of sazon (2)

Italian seasonings to taste

Tomato sauce 1 can

Sugar 2 tbl spoons

Garlic to taste

Mix ground Turkey,eggs bread crumbs and all seasonings in a bowl form a mold.

Put ketchup and BBQ sauce on top for glaze

set aside preheat oven to 350°F

For sauce

Mix in a pot BBQ sauce ketchup tomato sauce sugar and seasonings together cook on low medium heat make sure you continuously are stirring it because it tends to splat should take about 5-10 minutes depending once finished pour about a 1/3 of a cup over the loaf already prepared put repeat the ketchup BBQ sauce glaze and sprinkle parsley flakes on top for show not needed but if you want.

Check after it’s half way cooked drain the fat from the loaf and add more of the sauce if drained off to coat should be done in about a hour or so depending on your stove great with homemade herb mashed potatoes or the store bought pouch if you don’t have time 😉 and goes with any veggies or a quick salad 😉

Total cook time 1-2hrs serves 6 depending on family. Enjoy 😉

The Amazing Anna Santos

This book by one of my favorite authors is called Soul-Mate and I must say it’s amazing.

What can I say about the book Soul-Mate well it’s definitely a book I’ve never come across, it’s original a one of a kind and so well thought of the author Anna Santos, starts with a mysterious woman named coming to a town on a mission. But soon finds herself in a even bigger situation her Soul-Mate and one sexy ass werewolf oh did I mention she’s a badass hybrid.

 

This book pulls you in with the first scene how she tries to hide her background for good reason might I add.

 

You’ll find her trying to find a cure for her brother whose dying, but in the midst of her mission the hybrid finds love in the werewolf who basically gave up on searching for his other half so imagine his surprise when she walks into the bar in his small town.

 

Anna throws you back in forth into loops of cliffhangers and love triangles and a bit of sadness if your looking for a great book with lots of paranormal romance a d just the right amount of exotica this book is for you. I mean who doesn’t love vampires,werewolfs and hybrids so if you love paranormal romance books with a hint of erotica this book is for you 💋

Amazon, you hit like a bitch.

The Never Ending Book Basket

It’s taken me a bit of time to write this post, but I figured it’s about time to share the utter nonsense that’s happened between me and Amazon, and how a company that I once highly respected, has now become one that I have zero respect for.

I’ve thought about writing this post for weeks, what I would say and how I would capture everything that’s happened, and I’ll be honest with the fact that this post has taken on many forms, but finally I decided that it would just be easiest to state the facts.

So here it goes…

IMG_0376 This is the first email I got from Amazon. As some of you know, on February 24th I was sent an email from Amazon letting me know that I could no longer post reviews on their website, and that all of my previous reviews had been suppressed or removed…

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How to not piss off a book blogger when requesting a review

Cinthia Ritchie

When my book Dolls Behaving Badly published a few years ago, I was a first-time author. I was so naive! I knew nothing about promotion or blogging or the importance of reviews. I assumed that the publisher would take care of everything and that I would sit back and bask in the glow and glory of my new-found success.

Well, hee, hee, I had obviously assumed wrong. A few weeks after my publication date found me desperately contacting book bloggers, begging and pleading for them to please, please, please take the time to read and review my book, feature me on their blogs or include me, at the very last minute, in their bloghops.

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Luckily, enough of them took pity on me so that I was able to pull in enough reviews and promotions that my book didn’t totally fall flat on its face (or should I say on its…

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A Culture Addicted to FREE—How FREE is Poisoning the Internet & Killing the Creatives

Kristen Lamb's Blog

Image used with permission from the creator Ira Gelb. Image “Not for Sale” used with permission from the creator Ira Gelb who’s an activist in stopping Human Trafficking but authorized this image for use outside.

It’s funny, at various junctures I’ve felt propelled to tackle certain topics, even when that made me very unpopular. My biggest leviathan to date has been this notion of artists being expected to work for free, and I believe the reason that this topic is weighing so heavily on me is that, for the first time in years I’m no longer enthusiastic about our future.

In fact, I’m downright frightened, because of THIS.

I Feel Sick

Yesterday morning on my Facebook, a friend shared this open letter to Oprah Winfrey from a local performer in the Bay Area, Revolva, whose act caught the attention of mega-icon Oprah Winfrey.

Oprah was holding The Life You Want conference and the producers contacted Revolva to see if she…

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