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Martha’s Mix makes cooking so delicious and simple, it’s almost like magic. Mix a teaspoon with an avocado and you have some of the best guacamole you’ve ever tasted! Sprinkle it over chicken wings and everyone will be asking for more. The best part about this product though, every time you use Martha’s Mix, you’re helping hungry kids get the nourishment they need. ALL of our profits go to charities that help end childhood hunger.
Martha's Mix was created by Scott and Nikki Kimbleton in honor of Scott's mom, Martha. She was a pastor in Pollocksville, NC., where she found that kids at the local elementary school were going hungry on the weekends. To help, she started and personally funded a chapter of Blessings In A Backpack. Because of her efforts, kids get a backpack full of food each Friday to sustain them through the weekend. Martha died from breast cancer in October of 2011. By donating a portion of every bottled sold, Martha's Mix is her legacy and let's us to continue her work and good deeds.
Are you looking for an award winning chili recipe? Look no further! Our Martha's Mix chili is so delicious, we brought home the grand prize in the very first chili competition we entered!
Our recipe won by a landslide in a very competitive field. Look for the recipe below.
Add 1 tsp. of Martha's Mix per avocado
Mix and serve...
Yes, that's it!
Coat each piece in olive oil and dust with Martha's Mix.
Start with wings on the grill skin side down.
Cook until skin browns (approx 12 minutes) and then flip (for approx 12 minutes.)
For crispy skin, turn wings again for 3 to 4 minutes.
For Chicken Quarters:
Remove excess fat.
Lightly turn quarters in olive oil.
Dust with Martha's Mix and grill starting with skin side down.
Turn when skin browns (approx 12-15 minutes) and cook bottom side (approx 12-15 minutes.) For crispy skin, turn chicken again for 3 to 4 minutes.
* Remember, internal temperature should be at least 165 degrees F.
Courtesy of Steve Sutton, morning radio host on 99.9 Gator Country
2lbs lean ground beef
2 large yellow onions, diced
2 cans Del Monte Stewed Tomatoes w/onions, peppers & celery
2 cans diced tomatoes
2 cans Bush's Dark Red Kidney Beans
2 bottles Shiner Bock beer
4 tablespoons Martha's Mix
Brown ground beef then add onions. Deglaze with 1/2 bottle of Shiner Bock.
Transfer mixture to crock pot or large iron skillet.
Over low heat, slowly add stewed tomatoes, stirring gently until mixture starts to bubble.
Then slowly add 2 cans of diced tomatoes, stirring gently until it bubbles again. Let simmer for 10 minutes
Rinse kidney beans and then slowly stir them into the chili. Add Shiner Bock until chili reaches your desired consistency. Slowly add 4 tbsp's of Martha's Mix, stirring gently. Let the chili simmer for 25-30 minutes and taste the magnificence.
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