I would so love to win these tickets!!! Red Gold is giving away Tickets to Six Flags!!! Follow the directions below to enter to win one of 50 pair of Six Flag Tickets, courtesy of Red Gold!
Red Gold will randomly select 50 winners to receive one pair of tickets, valid for one-day admission to a Six Flags Theme Park in the United States
• Hurry Promotion ends July 1, 2012
• Simply ”Click HERE to Enter”, complete the forum and submit
**Please note, The Q-Tipping Mom website is in no way affiliated with this giveaway, we are just passing on the information.
Go HERE to get a coupon for 75¢/1 Carmex Moisture Plus Lip Care! Must be a facebook fan!
Go HERE to print you rebate form for $10 wyb $20 of Covergirl & Olay Products by July 8th!
Here are some coupons to sweeten the deal!
-$1/1 CoverGirl Product, exp. 1/31/13 (Package Insert)
-$2/2 CoverGirl Cosmetics, exp. 8/31/12 (Target Summer Beauty Bag Coupon Book)
-$1/1 CoverGirl Product, exp. 6/30/12 (P&G 06/03/12)
-$1/1 CoverGirl Lash Blast Mascara (A&P eCoupon)
-$1/1 CoverGirl Product, exp. 6/30/12 (P&G 05/13/12)
-$1/1 CoverGirl Product, exp. 12/31/12 (Product Insert)
I love it when Fresh Squash & Green Beans go on sale for less than a $1 a pound!! We very seldom fry squash, its delicious…but not the healthiest way to cook it! Anyway, I promised the kids fried squash tonight! I usually use corn meal, but realized when I started that I was out of corn meal!!! UH OHH!!! So, I decided to try something new!! And it was delish…So I will not be using corn meal anymore! Here is the recipe
Squash, I used about 8 yellow squash (99¢/lb at Publix this week)
Equal Parts Flour & Italian Bread Crumbs, mixed together well, I used about a cup of each
3-4 Eggs Well beaten (no water or milk)
Enough oil to fill 1/2 inch of the bottom of skillet
Salt & Pepper to season
Cut squash very thinly! (About 1/8 inch) Dip squash in eggs then dredge in flour & Italian seasoned bread crumb mixture. Heat Skillet on High until oil is hot, but NOT smoking. Turn down heat to medium. Add a layer of squash at a time, cooking until golden. (About a minute & a half on each side if you cut thin) Drain on a paper towel. Salt & Pepper to your taste as soon as you take them out of the oil.
***Tip: I had to teach my daughter tonight, so I though I would pass it on to you as well. Make sure & use one hand to dip in the eggs & the other hand to dredge in the bread crumb mixture! This really helps keep your hands from getting so icky and helps keeps the lumps out of the bread crumbs.
Here was my plate tonight!!! Gotta love summer!!