BCR
    January 2020   
                                                                       
   In this issue:   
  • 2020 Vision
  • January Special: Get Your Sh*t Together
  • Recipe: Savory Sweet Peanut Brittle (feat. GoodShit)
2020 Vision
 
2020 Vision  
 
Cheers to the start of a brand new decade! 2020... it sounds so futuristic, doesn't it? Will we start seeing flying cars? Robot butlers? Moon vacations? After all these crazy holiday shenanigans, we're glad to get moving on a brand new year, and we're glad to have you all along for the ride.

We know that after all those potlucks and family feasts, your pantry has to be looking pretty bare. Stock it back up with the basics with this month's special: Get Your Sh*t Together. And don't forget to check out this month's recipe!
January Special
     
Get Your Sh*t Together 
Gift Pack includes 1 bottle each of:

 
SpecialShit, AwShit, and GoodShit 
 
   Regularly a $27.99 value for only $22.99! 
Click  Here to Order Now!
Use Coupon Code:  GET5  
 
This offer is only available through this newsletter and expires 1/31/20. 
     
Recipe: Savory Sweet Peanut Brittle (feat. GoodShit )  
 
Our take on peanut brittle adds just a little something special. This sweet snack is easy to make and easy to share. Add a little cayenne powder for some heat, too!
      
Ingredients 
* Non-stick cooking spray
* 1 cup creamy peanut butter
* 2 Tbsp unsalted butter
* 2  tsp GoodShit
* 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar
* 1/2 cup light corn syrup
* 1/2 tsp salt
* 1/2 cup water
* 2 cups dry roasted peanuts
* 1 tsp baking soda


Preparation
1. Spray 11x17-inch baking sheet with cooking spray. Stir together peanut butter, butter, and GoodShit in small saucepan. Heat over very low heat until melted and combined; keep warm.
2. Stir together sugar, corn syrup, water and salt in medium saucepan. Heat over high heat until boiling; stir in peanuts. Reduce heat to medium and continue to cook until mixture reaches hard-crack stage (about 300°F), stirring constantly. Remove pan from heat and quickly stir in peanut butter mixture and baking soda. Working quickly, pour mixture onto baking sheet and spread to 1/4-inch thickness. Allow to cool 1 to 2 hours before breaking into pieces. 
We sure hope you enjoyed your holidays and had a fun and safe time on New Year's Eve. 2020 is going to be an amazing year, and we're so lucky to experience it with all of you. Have a great year!   


Dan Martin 
(the SpecialShit Guy)
 
 
 
Dan Martin  (the SpecialShit Guy)
BCR