Focus Group Connections: Consumer Research Project $150

Focus Group Connections is a research company located in Southern California. They conduct studies and surveys all over the US.

Currently, Focus Group Connection is looking for men and women to participate in an online consumer research project taking place between April 28th and May 12th. This study will be a two-hour online interview and will require that you have a desktop/laptop computer with high-speed internet and a working webcam.

The topic is alcohol. I looked over the pre-screener, and it appears to be about low-calorie/healthier beer/hard seltzer options/low gluten/gluten-free beers.

If you’re selected to participate, you will receive $150.00 for your time and insights.

If you’re interested in participating, please click here to complete the pre-screener survey. 
Please note – Not everyone will qualify to participate and not everyone will receive a callback.
I’ve never worked with Focus Group Connections before, but I am always trying to find and pass along options to help y’all make money.

Today is National Garlic Day!

Hot Damn! I love garlic. I decided to celebrate with a new recipe: Roasted Garlic (below), and a round-up of recipes that feature garlic.

Roasted Garlic is easy to make and is great in recipes that call for garlic. It’s very mellow, rich, dare I say, creamy? It’s also super good on toast or warm, crusty bread.

Roasted Garlic 

Ingredients:

  • 1 or more (I suggest more) heads of garlic
  • Your favorite cooking oil

Directions:

  1. Remove the excess papery skin on the garlic heads, leave the bulb intact.
  2. Slice off the pointy tops (about 1/4-1/2 inch)of the garlic bulbs. You want to expose the garlic.
  3. Brush the heads of garlic with oil and wrap them in foil.
  4. Bake at 400 degrees for 40-50 minutes. The garlic is cooked once it is tender (poke it with a toothpick or knife usually after 40-ish minutes). but you can continue to roast it until all of the sugars caramelize, and it turns a light brown color. This caramelization makes the garlic very mellow and slightly sweet.

You can store the garlic in the fridge for 10-14 days, but it won’t last that long. It’s good in dips (like hummus), on its own, in soups, or any recipe that calls for garlic. Use roasted garlic in recipes where garlic is called for 1:1.

Garlic Recipe Round-up: