Happy Monday everyone! I wanted to reintroduce myself to all my new followers!
My name is Sam and I am the owner of SamRyan Designs where we make Custom furniture and Interior design.
Here are 5 fun facts about myself.... 1. I love my family! We all live pretty close to each other and see one another all the time! Especially since the shop is in my grandparents house!
2. I am a huge sports fan. I love watching football and hockey. I was also a swimmer from when I was 6 years old and then swam in college. Butterfly was my best stroke! ♂️
3. I love grilled cheese! If you ask me to lunch the restaurant better have that on the menu lol but I also really like Mexican food so that would work too! Scratch all of that I love food lol and ice cream!
4. I love my animals!!! I rescued both of them! Sometimes my puppy is in my stories his is insane and has the coolest underbite ever!
5. I was born in September but I am a child of the summer.. I love being at the beach, lake or anywhere close to water! my dad taught me to surf and body at a young age, and now I love to paddle board! ♀️ If you want to ask me any other questions you can comment below! Also tell me a fun fact about you! #funfacts#samryandesigns#family#grilledcheese#tools
Breakfast for lunch
Red Kuri Squash and farm fresh eggs
I recently learned two interesting facts about both:
Although the skin of the squash is quite tough to cut, it is tender to eat when left on during the roasting process. One way to make the cutting process easier is to heat the squash in the microwave for 60 seconds. Remove and, using a sharp serrated knife, cut perforation lines lengthwise. Follow those lines with a bigger knife. Scoop out the seeds, cut into half moon sections and bake at 350° for 40 minutes or until soft. You can even save and bake the seeds just as you would pumpkin seeds.
Although these egg yolks look different, nutritionally they are the same. What differentiates them is what the chicken eats. For example white corn versus yellow corn. If the chicken is partial to white corn, it will result in a lighter colored yolk.
Do you eat eggs?
What do you like to pair them with?