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Jul 3, 2014
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Sigh. Nothing’s ever easy! Norges glass brand preservation jars are making a huge comeback. However, they decided to release these solar panel lid jars first, then they will follow up with the old fashion classic jars.

Norges glass is the preferred local jar for EatMeGwyneth because Norwegians will support a Norwegian brand jar. In the US, we will use Ball jars. Going global from day one! EatMeGwyneth!

The brand name Norges simply translates to “Norway”. So, “Norway brand preservation jars.”


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Jun 30, 2014
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Happy Birthday to Jessa! (yesterday the 29th). Here’s a drink for her worthy of being poured into an Eat Me Gwyneth jar.
Using Nature’s Pride "Eat Me I’m hot" brand chili peppers you can make a Missionary’s Downfall. You can find all the ingredients on Aku Aku, an Oslo Tiki Bar’s website. 
Sounds gluten-free to us and therefore Gwyneth approved. 

Happy Birthday to Jessa! (yesterday the 29th). Here’s a drink for her worthy of being poured into an Eat Me Gwyneth jar.

Using Nature’s Pride "Eat Me I’m hot" brand chili peppers you can make a Missionary’s Downfall. You can find all the ingredients on Aku Aku, an Oslo Tiki Bar’s website. 

Sounds gluten-free to us and therefore Gwyneth approved. 


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Jun 23, 2014
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Chances are if your dog enjoys #EatMeGwyneth gluten-free dog treats in a preservation jar, it will love to sport Barbour doggie clothing! As it’s reading this post it’s imagining those side pockets stuffed with treats. Too bad it has to rely on it’s owner to open those pockets! Damn you humans! Check out Barbour’s contest on their Twitter page. 

Chances are if your dog enjoys #EatMeGwyneth gluten-free dog treats in a preservation jar, it will love to sport Barbour doggie clothing! As it’s reading this post it’s imagining those side pockets stuffed with treats. Too bad it has to rely on it’s owner to open those pockets! Damn you humans! Check out Barbour’s contest on their Twitter page. 

(Source: twitter.com)


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Jun 22, 2014
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Jun 22, 2014
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We’re a day early with our decision. The Eat Me Gwyneth company mascot will be a Siberian Husky. A female. Now you have to guess her name! 

We’re a day early with our decision. The Eat Me Gwyneth company mascot will be a Siberian Husky. A female. Now you have to guess her name! 


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Jun 22, 2014
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Yes Jessa, it’s OK to get a little naughty in your Bunad during Thanksgiving Dinner. Sigh. Can’t bring her anywhere. 

Yes Jessa, it’s OK to get a little naughty in your Bunad during Thanksgiving Dinner. Sigh. Can’t bring her anywhere. 


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Jun 22, 2014
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Jun 22, 2014
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We’re big believers in problem solving at #EatMeGwyneth. Making gluten-free lasagna is a pain the ass. In Olso, Norway, it may even be impossible. I’ve yet to see wide selections of gluten-free noodles. I have seen frozen gluten-free lasagna at Rema 1000 though. 
So, here we’re solving a few problems. One is making a gluten-free lasagna from scratch. The other is making a personal size gluten-free pasta from scratch.
Instructions:
Start by pouring some olive oil into the jar, putting the lid on and shaking it until the walls are coated with oil. You could have fun with this by adding some crushed red pepper flakes and even fresh basil for a spicy “infused” taste. 
Rice flakes are square shaped and around 1.5 or 2 inch squares. First you boil them until their soft. Then rinse with cold water in a colander. Drain, then lay them out flat on a large wood cutting board.
With a square laid out you’d put maybe a teaspoon of tomato sauce. Then add a little ricotta followed by some shredded mozzarella. Then another square on top. You’d just repeat this until you have a “unit” that’s like two inches thick. You’d drop that into the jar onto the bottom and repeat and until it’s almost full. 
Once the jar is almost full, you put it in the oven until the cheese is melted. I’d prefer a lot of Parmesan cheese cut in as well. Add things like mushrooms, meats, green bell peppers according to your own tastes. 
In a few simple steps you have a nice, neat, gluten-free lasagna without having to hunt for days for full size gluten-free lasagna that may, or may not even taste good. Rice noodles have long been perfected so you’ll have a predictable outcome for far less. These are under $2 for a bag. 

We’re big believers in problem solving at #EatMeGwyneth. Making gluten-free lasagna is a pain the ass. In Olso, Norway, it may even be impossible. I’ve yet to see wide selections of gluten-free noodles. I have seen frozen gluten-free lasagna at Rema 1000 though. 

So, here we’re solving a few problems. One is making a gluten-free lasagna from scratch. The other is making a personal size gluten-free pasta from scratch.

Instructions:

Start by pouring some olive oil into the jar, putting the lid on and shaking it until the walls are coated with oil. You could have fun with this by adding some crushed red pepper flakes and even fresh basil for a spicy “infused” taste. 

Rice flakes are square shaped and around 1.5 or 2 inch squares. First you boil them until their soft. Then rinse with cold water in a colander. Drain, then lay them out flat on a large wood cutting board.

With a square laid out you’d put maybe a teaspoon of tomato sauce. Then add a little ricotta followed by some shredded mozzarella. Then another square on top. You’d just repeat this until you have a “unit” that’s like two inches thick. You’d drop that into the jar onto the bottom and repeat and until it’s almost full. 

Once the jar is almost full, you put it in the oven until the cheese is melted. I’d prefer a lot of Parmesan cheese cut in as well. Add things like mushrooms, meats, green bell peppers according to your own tastes. 

In a few simple steps you have a nice, neat, gluten-free lasagna without having to hunt for days for full size gluten-free lasagna that may, or may not even taste good. Rice noodles have long been perfected so you’ll have a predictable outcome for far less. These are under $2 for a bag. 


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Jun 21, 2014
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Wow. We move fast! The wheels of capitalism are spinning faster than an Indy 500 car! EatMeGwyneth is already in talks with a holistic, all-natural, gluten-free, salmon, bulk dog treat manufacturer.
Some healthy additions are flax seed, kelp and brewers yeast. No artificial colors or flavors and made in a certified organic bakery. No meat by-products either. 
Company Mission Statement:
Our goal is to mislead consumers by selling them a glass preservation jar, with a label on it that reads “Eat Me Gwyneth gluten-free apple pie” and Jessa’s lovely face on it, while really selling you healthy dog treats. 
Jessa and I can’t keep a secret. We can’t keep our big yaps shut. So, here goes. We’re silently researching a dog breed that will act as the company mascot. Gee. The first person to guess what the dog’s name will get a free jar. We’ll give you a hint. Regardless of breed, it will be a female dog. 
The DOTD, Dog of the Day is an Italian Water Dog. 

Wow. We move fast! The wheels of capitalism are spinning faster than an Indy 500 car! EatMeGwyneth is already in talks with a holistic, all-natural, gluten-free, salmon, bulk dog treat manufacturer.

Some healthy additions are flax seed, kelp and brewers yeast. No artificial colors or flavors and made in a certified organic bakery. No meat by-products either. 

Company Mission Statement:

Our goal is to mislead consumers by selling them a glass preservation jar, with a label on it that reads “Eat Me Gwyneth gluten-free apple pie” and Jessa’s lovely face on it, while really selling you healthy dog treats. 

Jessa and I can’t keep a secret. We can’t keep our big yaps shut. So, here goes. We’re silently researching a dog breed that will act as the company mascot. Gee. The first person to guess what the dog’s name will get a free jar. We’ll give you a hint. Regardless of breed, it will be a female dog. 

The DOTD, Dog of the Day is an Italian Water Dog. 


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Jun 21, 2014
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Information pours in through trusted sources today. Blair Fowler posted this video today to her daily vlog. It mentions these wheat-free dog treats from a NYC “dog bakery” called BoccesBakery.com. One of their products is Maine sourced lobster dog treats. 
This inspired a video conference call between Jessa and I using this new app from Norwegian telecom Telenor Interactive, Appear.in. 
We’re now sitting on the fence about switching back to a full size glass jar, less the handles, and filling it up with gluten-free dog treats purchased in bulk from a reputable source.
Sigh. Jessa and I will make the executive decision on Monday. 

Information pours in through trusted sources today. Blair Fowler posted this video today to her daily vlog. It mentions these wheat-free dog treats from a NYC “dog bakery” called BoccesBakery.com. One of their products is Maine sourced lobster dog treats. 

This inspired a video conference call between Jessa and I using this new app from Norwegian telecom Telenor Interactive, Appear.in

We’re now sitting on the fence about switching back to a full size glass jar, less the handles, and filling it up with gluten-free dog treats purchased in bulk from a reputable source.

Sigh. Jessa and I will make the executive decision on Monday.