Poaching eggs in the microwave

I’ve been experimenting with poaching eggs in the microwave. I’m getting closer to getting the results I want, namely not over cooked. I’m using a covered small casserole dish by Anolon (Anolon Vesta Ceramics Casserole 18 oz Cobalt Blue)

150ml water in dish
Microwave 1 min to get water hot
Add 3 eggs
Cover with lid
Microwave 45 seconds
Drain excess water
Salt + pepper to taste

Hunt’s Organic Tomato Sauce, very high sodium!

I recently bought some 15 oz cans of Hunt’s Organic Tomato Sauce
After putting some on my spaghetti, I was shocked at how salty it was. Then I re-read the label: 410mg per serving.

This doesn’t sound that bad until you see that there’s 7 servings in the can. That’s 2870mg of sodium! I figure I poured at least half the can on my spaghetti, so in just that one bowl, I was getting nearly 1500mg. Since then, I’ve returned the remaining cans – just too much salt!

https://smartlabel.labelinsight.com/product/4461819/nutrition

Flavored salt

I received some flavored salt as a Christmas present. Specifically, Jacobsen Habanero and Jacobsen Sriracha (appears to have been discontinued). I’ve concluded that, at least with these two flavors, that I prefer to keep my salt and spices separate. Habanero, like rosemary, is such a distinctive and overpowering flavor that even a little bit of it can turn your dish into a habanero dish. Not something I want to have very often.

Adding social icons to Spacious theme

spacious-child theme
functions.php

$social = '<a href="https://facebook.com/example"><i class="fa fa-facebook-official"></i></a>';

$spacious_footer_copyright = '<span class="copyright">'.$default_footer_value.'</span>'.'<span class="social">'.$social.'</span>';

Customizer
Additional CSS

.footer-socket-wrapper .social a {

color: #666666;
max-width: 50%;
float: right;
font-size: 16px;

}