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Recipe-Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Poppers

I posted a pic on twitter of the Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Poppers I made on 4th of July. They were such a success and everyone has been asking for the recipe. You asked for it- so here it go!!!!!!Gotta thank my homie on Twitter @atiya9369 for her recipe!!!!-Thanks Diva


* 10-12 fresh jalapeno peppers
* 1 container of Philadelphia Cream Cheese ( I used the Spinach and Artichoke Flavor)
* 2 cups shredded Mexican Cheese
* 10-12 slices packages bacon ( cut the bacon in half- you should have 20-24 slices)


1. Cut stems off of peppers and cut them all in half longways.

2. Remove seeds from peppers ( the heat is in the seeds)

3. Rinse peppers with cold water and sit them on a paper towel ( blot them to remove excess water)

4. In a bowl, mix together the cream cheese and shredded cheese- mix well

5. Fill each pepper with cream cheese mixture ( I uses a plastic bag and pipped it in- but you can also use a spoon)

6. Wrap 1/2 slice of bacon around each pepper half. Secure with a tooth pick (tip: spray the toothpicks with cooking spray for easy removal)

7. Place on baking sheets and place in 450 degree oven for 10 to 15 minutes or until bacon is fully cooked. ( you can also place these on the grill)

8. Remove and serve when cooled.
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Are You Still Crunk For Castor Oil??

I love… Castor Oil!! I use it on my edges mixed with peppermint and rosemary essential oil, I use it like a hot oil treatment on my daughter, and I’ve recently started using it on my eyebrows to re grow the hair that has been over waxed/plucked ( errr.. don’t judge me yes, I said my eyebrows!). With the east coast being fried to death in this heat wave we are experiencing, I thought I would re visit castor oil, and provide some additional uses to help treat damaged and dry hair.
Castor Oil Hair Treatments

A variety of castor oil hair treatment recipes are available for specific hair concerns. Castor oil is most popular as a conditioning treatment. Pure castor oil alone serves as a moisturizing conditioner for dry, damaged hair. Adding castor oil to a commercial hair conditioner can improve the moisture level of hair. You can also mix castor oil with other vegetable oils, such as olive oil, for a deep conditioner. If you suffer from dandruff or an itchy scalp, castor oil can alleviate the discomfort. Mix castor oil with jojoba for a scalp treatment. Rosemary essential oil also works well with castor oil to balance the oils of the scalp.Castor oil can help treat hair loss when mixed with thyme, cedarwood, lavender, rosemary, jojoba and grapeseed oil. These essential oils stimulate the hair follicles to encourage hair growth and prevent future hair loss.

Using Castor Oil

You can apply castor oil in a number of ways during a hair treatment. Place castor oil in a clean applicator bottle to distribute the oil through the hair with less spills during conditioning. Put a shower cap over your hair, and sit under a hood dryer for 20 minutes for deep conditioning. Smooth 1 drop of castor oil onto the ends of your hair each night as a light daily conditioner. If your hair feels dry, apply 2 drops of castor oil to the entire hair shaft. Apply castor oil with a cotton ball or q-tip for scalp treatments. This will lessen mess and ensure that you put the oil on the scalp evenly.
Leave a comment let me know-If you’re using castor oil are you using Jamaican Black, Cold pressed unrefined, or just the drug store jump off? What has castor oil done for you?