Category Archives: The Body

Creamy Caramel Crunch Rolls

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Is there anything better than Christmas morning breakfast?  We sure do love enjoying treats by the tree in the morning. They seem to taste even better if you are lucky enough to have snow falling down. This is a tasty breakfast to please everyone, and drive them crazy with the smell as it cooks.

Ingredients
1 cup packed brown sugar
1/2 cup butter, cut up
1/4 cup whipping cream
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon vanilla
2 16 ounce loaves frozen sweet roll dough, thawed
1/3 cup soy nut butter or peanut butter
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 cup chopped honey-roasted soy nuts or honey-roasted peanuts

Directions
1. Lightly grease a 13x9x2-inch baking pan; set aside. For caramel mixture, in a small saucepan combine the 1 cup brown sugar, the butter, whipping cream, and salt. Cook and stir over medium heat until sugar dissolves. Remove from heat. Stir in vanilla. Pour into prepared baking pan.
2. On a lightly floured surface, roll each loaf of thawed dough to an 18×6-inch rectangle. Spread each dough rectangle with half of the soy nut butter or peanut butter, spreading to within 1/2 inch of edges. In a small bowl combine the 1/2 cup brown sugar and the cinnamon. Stir in nuts. Sprinkle half of the nut mixture over each dough rectangle. Starting from a long side, roll up each rectangle into a spiral; pinch dough to seal seams. Cut each spiral into eight slices. Place slices, cut sides down, on top of caramel mixture. Cover and let rise in a warm place until nearly double in size (45 to 60 minutes).
3. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Bake about 40 minutes or until tops of rolls are golden and edges are browned. If necessary to prevent overbrowning, cover rolls with foil after 30 minutes of baking. Cool in pan on a wire rack for 5 minutes. Invert onto a serving platter. Serve warm.

Predator’s Releases Street Legal One-Seater Race Cars as Affordable Kit Cars, 100% Electric and Hybrid Options Available

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Predator’s Ltd. announces the launch of PC010 ST, a street legal
formula style, one seater kit car available for preorder on Indiegogo. The kits, which are available for as low at $10K, are an affordable and eco-friendly option for any racecar enthusiast, with fully electric and
hybrid versions available. Predator’s, which has spent years in the racing and auto industry developing vehicles for Formula One Races, developed this street legal version out of a desire to give everyone the chance to drive the vehicles they are so passionate about. “Racing is a passion of mine, and these cars are part of my identity. Working on developing the prototype for this car was so exciting for me because now we can share our passion with a much wider community.” Luca Fazzi, Co-founder, Predator’s.

An Everyday Racecar. PC010 ST comes loaded with features users expect in a racing style vehicle, with speeds of over 180 mph, and the ability to accelerate from 0 to 60 in 3 seconds flat. Yet along with these racing features, Predator’s stays true to their commitment to safety with a stainless steel roll bar that offers protection even in a high speed rollover.

Features
Formula one style vehicle to be 100% street legal internationally
0-60 mph in 3 seconds
More than 180 MPH
Li-Ion battery / Hybrid Engine, up to 280 miles autonomy
100% electric and hybrid versions available

Denna Shoe from Harley-Davidson Footwear

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By, Beth Folkerts.

I grew up a farm girl, one who knew her way around a camera and art studio, which dubbed me the ‘artsy girl’. I have always been known as someone who tries to infuse my own personal style each and every time I step out the door. About a year and a half ago, when I joined the Klock Werks team as their in-house graphic designer, I was faced with quite the conundrum: How do I infuse my own personal artsy style and still embrace the motorcycle lifestyle?

As soon as I spotted the Denna shoe, I knew I had to try them and that they would be perfect for me. Dubbed the ‘After Riding Shoe’ by Harley Davidson, they are just that. They are compact enough that you can easily store these in your saddlebag, or purse, and slip right into them once you have arrived at your destination. An added bonus to putting these shoes on when arriving at your destination is the comfort they offer, the design of the shoe seems to offer a bit more room for your toes to wiggle than other traditional riding boots. The ballet flat style of this shoe allows you to dress them up or down – creating effortless coordination with any outfit. The bold Harley Davidson emblazoned brass buckle on the toe is the perfect statement to any outfit.

Visit  Harley-Davidson Footwear.com to check them out up close and locate a dealer near you that has the Denna shoe on the shelf.

Fresh Tomato Pizza with Oregano and Mozzarella

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Time to ditch the Turkey Leftovers?  Try this simple yummy pizza for a quick meal.

Fresh Tomato Pizza with Oregano and Mozzarella

Ingredients

2 cups cherry tomatoes
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 sprig fresh oregano
1 clove garlic, sliced
All-purpose flour
1 1 pound ball fresh pizza dough, at room temperature
8 ounces fresh mozzarella cheese, sliced 1/4 inch thick
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/4 teaspoon sea salt
1 cup baby arugula (optional)
2 ounces very thinly sliced prosciutto, cut into strips (optional)

Directions
1. Place a 15x10x1-inch baking pan on the lowest rack of the oven. Preheat oven to 475 degrees F.
2. For sauce, in a food processor combine cherry tomatoes, 1 tablespoon olive oil, the oregano, and garlic. Process just until tomatoes are coarsely chopped (do not puree). Set sauce aside.
3. Lightly sprinkle flour on an 18-inch-long piece of parchment paper. On the paper roll pizza dough into a 14×8-inch rectangle. Spread the sauce over the dough, leaving a 2-inch border around edges.
4. Carefully remove preheated pan from the oven. Place pizza (still on parchment) into the pan and return to the lowest rack of the oven. Bake for 10 minutes. Top with cheese. Bake about 5 minutes more or until pizza is crisp on the bottom. Sprinkle with sea salt. If desired, top with baby arugula and prosciutto.

MUSTANG PADS THE CHOPPED TOUR-PAK®

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Having focused solely on seats since 1980, Mustang Seats, LLC has learned a thing or two over the long haul. We have to agree with our friends at Harley-Davidson® when they say, “when you set out to improve the most respected touring machine on earth, you don’t take any short cuts!” With that in mind Mustang’s upgrade accessories for FL Chopped Tour-Pak® equipped models cut no corners!

“Combining Mustang’s legendary reputation for comfort with a perfect match for our seats, these three passenger backrest pad options are a viable enhancement to the most respected touring bike on the market,” says Mustang’s Marketing Director Marilyn Simmons. “We custom tailor every pad and seat to meet The Motor Company’s level of fit and finish… and then build in our own level of comfort!”

The combination of ergonomic design and controlled density polyurethane foam makes these back pads something special. “Provide Mustang comfort to your passenger with this back pad specifically designed for the 2014-15 Chopped Tour-Paks®,” suggests Simmons. Mustang also offers King Tour-Pak® backrests to make sure they have the Harley touring segment covered.

For more details, visit mustangseats.com

 

One “Loud” Bagger

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This 1999 FLHT standard is “loud” on many levels. Between the “loud” paint scheme, to the seven pairs of KICKER power sports and marine style speakers, to the 12” sub stacked in the tour pack – this bagger is “loud” enough to surely get your attention. The FLHT sports a “loud” stance with wide 180 tires on both front and rear wheels. Modified Klock Werks front and rear fenders, Klock Werks curvaceous upper fillers, flush mount axle, and KlipHanger “Splitter” handle bars were all used to kustomize this bike. Other partners on the project include Performance Machine, Progressive Suspension, Bagger Nation, Speed by Design, Fairing Factory, Barnett Performance, and Kinetik/UPG Battery.

This Bike was built by Klock Werks Kustom Cycles to be showcased at the Kicker Audio booth in Las Vegas during SEMA to bring motorcycle riders the clearest and loudest audio equipment available, specifically designed and tuned for power sports applications. learn more about the Klock Werks Powered by Kicker Audio FIT KITS at www.kustombaggers.com.

Mission Special Delivery: Harley-Davidson Partners With Wounded Warrior Project; Surprises Vets With 2015 Motorcycles

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Harley-Davidson made a special delivery of new 2015 motorcycles to six U.S. military veterans, today. The surprise jumpstarts a new partnership between Harley-Davidson and Wounded Warrior Project to help improve the lives of service men and women living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Bill Davidson, great-grandson of company co-founder William A. Davidson, along with six Harley-Davidson employees who are veterans, rode the bikes – led by police motorcade – to Wounded Warrior Project headquarters in Jacksonville, Fla. The team of riders gifted the motorcycles to the injured veterans during a press conference scheduled to announce the partnership.
The six veterans – all of whom have been diagnosed with symptoms of PTSD – were hand-selected to receive the motorcycles because, although they are experienced riders, they no longer have access to bikes due to various hardships. The veterans all are affiliated with Wounded Warrior Project.
“It is important to have the support of corporations like Harley-Davidson which understand the long-term needs of our nation’s veterans and are willing to work with us to help warriors uncover and live with their ‘new normal,'” said John Roberts, EVP of Warrior Relations at Wounded Warrior Project. “We know from our warriors that recreational activities like motorcycle riding provide a multitude of therapeutic benefits for those living with PTSD.”
As part of the new partnership, Harley-Davidson will collaborate with Wounded Warrior Project to develop a program geared toward helping more veterans experience the positive benefits of the open road. Peer-to-peer activities, like motorcycle riding, have been known to provide positive therapeutic benefits for PTSD. One in three returning troops is diagnosed with PTSD symptoms and less than 40 percent seek help.
“We’re proud of the nearly 100 years of support Harley-Davidson has provided to the men and women who defend our country and our freedom,” said Matt Levatich, president and chief operating officer at Harley-Davidson. “Our partnership with Wounded Warrior Project builds on that legacy by supporting these veterans in their quest for strength, freedom and independence.”
HARLEY-DAVIDSON: TOUR OF DUTY
Harley-Davidson has supported the U.S. military, and the men and women who serve our nation, since 1916. The company ramped-up production in World War I, where approximately one-third of all bikes made in 1917 and 1918 were purchased and used in the war. In World War II, the company produced nearly 90,000 WLA models – the workhorse of wartime American motorcycles. Harley-Davidson earned the coveted Army-Navy “E” award for wartime production during World War II.
The company also is proud to employ more than 410 men and women who have served our nation in the U.S. Military, which is more than 10 percent of the company’s U.S. workforce.
Visit H-D.com/Military to learn more about Harley-Davidson’s long history with the U.S. military, as well as the company’s new partnership with the Wounded Warrior Project.

This is the Boot you gotta get!

DSC_3392_DSC_3457_These last few weeks I have spent squeezing out the last drops of the impeccable fall weather we have been blessed with out here in the midwest. My journeys have included hiking, riding, flying, standing on my feet all day at a motorcycle rally, and driving a drag car with a 350 chevy and power glide, going 70 mph in 200 feet. Yea, you could say I’m trying to “cram it all in” before the cold weather decides to blanket us. I chose to wear the Darice boot by Harley-Davidson Footwear, for all of my various activities. I must say, I have enjoyed every minute, not only due to the fact that I have been doing some fun things, but most importantly, my feet have been happy while doing all those fun things. We all know you need comfortable shoes to endure long hours while out living life.
The Darice boot, instantly upon slipping into it, gives a feeling of a well broken-in boot. Ya know, the boot or shoe you must have the second you put it on, because you just know. Soft, comfortable, and very flexible, best words I can use to describe this boot.
Whatever your plans are, wherever your journeys are going to take you, I recommend you go out living in the Darice Boot. Visit the site to check them out up close and locate a dealer near you that has ‘em on the shelf!

You can WIN THIS BIKE.

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Don’t Miss your chance to win The 75th Anniversary Helping with Horsepower Rebuilt Bike, “Star” to benefit the Abbott House in Mitchell, SD.

Get your tickets at www.abbotthouse.org. Drawing will be November 15.

The rebuilt Harley Davidson Road King features a diamond cut motor, vintage side car and customized design by the Abbott House girls.
This event is the second in the Abbott House 75th Anniversary Year. The 75th Anniversary Celebration and drawing for the motorcycle will be held November 15, 2014 at the Sherman Center on the Dakota Wesleyan University campus. The event will honor Abbott House children and feature Olympian Gold Medalist Billy Mills.

The intent of the project is to provide education, empowerment and encouragement for Abbott Hosue girls, who are generally at-risk due to abuse, neglect, drug and alcohol abuse, self harm and/or the inability of their families to support them.

About Helping with Horsepower
Helping with Horsepower uses a motorcycle as a tool to teach life lessons on a personal and professional level.  Abbott House is again partnering with Laura Klock of Helping with Horsepower, who developed the program. The hands-on project has been used in eight other states across the country as a different way to help at-risk youth learn how to overcome life’s obstacles and realize that , like their lives, a motorcycle can be rebuilt even better than before.