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First-Time Homebuyers Finding Path to Ownership at The M at Englewood South in Bergen County

In Uncategorized on August 11, 2015 at 9:07 pm

As a future home owner, I am just looking out for you. Read the article, because this may be a break for you to buy your first home in a nice area with great amenities.

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ENGLEWOOD, NJ, – First-time homebuyers have been quick to embrace a unique financing package at The M at Englewood South that’s quickly proven to eliminate some of the challenges in the purchasing process.

The collection of 125 one- and two-bedroom condominium homes in this Bergen County City is now offering 97% financing to qualified buyers to considerably ease the initial financial commitment when purchasing one of its elegantly-designed residences.  Combined with incredibly attractive pricing from the low-$300,000s, the special program allows young couples and single-professionals the opportunity to achieve the “American Dream” of ownership at the community with as little as $9,000 due at closing.

Summer sales have heated up at The M at Englewood South as word about this creative offer has spread.  The seasonal spike has enabled the community to surpass the impressive mark of more than 50%.

“It’s no secret one of the biggest…

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Courgette Pasta with a Mexican Bean Sauce

In Uncategorized on August 11, 2015 at 2:35 pm

Being that my husband and I have given up processed carbs for dinner, I have been using both zucchini and squashes to make noodles. It’s affordable, neutral and pretty much fool proof for even the most beginner of cooks. The trick is not to salt them until the very end because it will draw out their natural liquids. Second, don’t overcook them because they will turn to mush. A quick saute or raw is the best way to have them. Use them in stir fries or in pasta dishes. Explore away; I will with this dish.

Courgette Noodles FFIf you haven’t experienced the culinary delights of a spiralizer yet then this is the recipe to bring you on board! It is such a great way to bring a bit of variety to meal times and you can easily head over to my website and get one for yourself today! I love to spiralizer courgettes, not just because of the great texture and shape that it produces but also, of course, for the fantastic nutritional value of these vegetables. Courgettes are incredibly low value at just 17 calories per 100g and contains absolutely no saturated fat or cholesterol. Eating courgettes without peeling them is always the best option as there is a great amount of dietary fiber to be found close to the peel. Additionally, they are abundant in potassium, vitamin A and vitamin C, not to mention moderate amounts of folates, zinc, manganese, iron and thiamine!

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Spicy Sofritas Burrito Bowl Recipe – With The Works {vegan/gluten-free}

In Uncategorized on August 11, 2015 at 2:18 pm

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Win friends and influence people by turning your kitchen into your own vegan Chipotle! We love this spicy tempeh sofrito as a colourful burrito bowl but it is equally good wrapped in soft corn tortillas, in Romaine leaves for a carb-free option or in quesadillas. We've even had leftovers in an omelet.If you can get past the awkward title I promise – hand on heart – that you will not just like this dish, you will absolutely love it. But first, a confession: it has tempeh.

Is that a deal-breaker? I hope not. 

Now, I don’t know about you and your nearest and dearest, but we here at food to glow haven’t always been overly keen on the odd bod pulse cake that is tempeh. Old greedy guts me is better at appreciating its rather earthy charms, but Andrew and Rachel have always been reluctant consumers of this most nutritious form of soy. Until now. In fact, in a food to glow tempeh recipe first, the pan of tempeh sofrito was not only wiped clean, but one of my testers – I won’t say who – was hunting around for any spare dishes of it that might be lurking for photographs…

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