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    Dining on a Dollar Recipe Contest ~ Spring 2013

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    Sharon123
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 6:57 pm
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    Please send me a reminder of when to review! I remember now but don't know if I'll remember then!
    PaulaG
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 7:02 pm
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    A final recipe has been submitted. Can't wait to the unvieling!
    Rita~
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 7:12 pm
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    lauralie41 wrote:
    Susie D wrote:
    lauralie41 wrote:
    I so wanted to enter this contest when I saw celery seed's were on the list but neither one of my attempts were worth submitting. icon_sad.gif Both were ok but nothing really stood out as special enough to make again.

    Looking forward to the recipe reveal! Good Luck Everyone!!


    You know I think of you when anything celery appears on a list. icon_lol.gif

    You will be a valuable asset though on the reviewer's bench and can be on
    .


    I still giggle when I see anything to do with celery to! icon_lol.gif Really do love celery seeds and put it in just about everything I make.

    Yay Team Catsup!! icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif
    It may be because your body needs something that celery seed can give you. Besides it taste yummy.
    http://www.seacoast.com/celery-seed-extract
    Rita~
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 7:18 pm
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    Some of the many benefits of celery seeds are:

    1. One of the most important benefits of celery seeds is because of its cancer fighting ability. It has some active components that are helpful in fighting cancerous[1] tumor such as polyacetylenes and phthalides.

    2. The other significant health benefit of celery seeds is that it helps in managing the blood pressure[2] levels. Having celery seeds everyday helps in promoting good blood pressure levels.

    3. It protects as well as reverses the bad effects of acetaminophen on the liver[3], which is an analgesic. Having celery seeds everyday balances the harmful effect on the liver. Although this benefit is not backed by any scientific report but many people have made use of the benefits of celery seeds.

    4. Benefits of celery seeds include the ability to reduce the cholesterol level. The cholesterol[4] blocks the arteries which increases the risk of heart problems. Herbal experts often use celery seeds to cure circulatory system problems.

    5. Celery seeds have many nutrients as well as substances such as flavonoids, linoleic acid, coumarins and several volatile oils. Because of the presence of the above named components celery seeds are helpful in curing many diseases.

    6. Celery seeds are known to have anti inflammatory agents. Having celery seeds everyday helps in treating pain and inflammation of the joints. Having celery seeds everyday helps in curing inflammation related ailments such as gout, rheumatism as well as arthritis.

    7. Celery seeds stimulate the uterus and helps in easing muscle spasms, especially related to the female reproductive system. Celery seeds are helpful in easing menstrual cramps and pains. If women have it on everyday basis then it really eases the symptoms of menstrual discomfort.

    8. Celery seeds are diuretic in nature and because of this property they are extremely useful. The excess urinations caused due to the diuretic nature of celery seeds helps flush out the toxins along with extra water from the body. The health benefits of celery seeds are most importantly helpful in flushing out the uric acid along with urine.

    9. As the celery seeds are diuretic in nature they are recommended to people with kidney stones, water retention, as well as gout[5]. Celery seeds do not permit extra accumulation of uric acid as well as fluids in the human body.

    10. Celery seeds are antibiotic as well as antiseptic in nature. These properties are excessively essential in curing many kinds of infection in the body. Celery seeds are especially useful in curing infection of the urinary tract. Herbal experts have recommended the consumption of celery seeds to treat bladder ailments, kidney troubles and cystitis.

    You can add dried celery seeds to your food, this will help enhance the spicy flavor and make your food more nutritious. The benefits of celery seeds are definitely helpful for maintaining a healthy body in the natural way.
    Rita~
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 7:21 pm
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    Leggy Peggy wrote:
    Oh wow! I just thought of a great recipe. Trouble is—we're in a serviced
    apartment in Brisbane for the next two days. I hope someone else thought
    of it too. icon_wink.gif
    Im sure some did. BUT key thing is did it get posted? You really need to try to get it in.
    rosie316
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 8:04 pm
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    Oh Peggy... you are funny. I'm wishing I were in Australia as I type this! I, unfortunately, will not get a recipe in by the deadline (I still don't have my computer back from repairs). I cant seem to enter with this dang phone! I sooooo wanted to play along... but I still will!!! I'll be a taste-tester!!! Let's see what everyone created.
    icon_smile.gif Best of luck to everyone participating!
    -Rosie
    Rita~
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 8:16 pm
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    rosie316 wrote:
    Oh Peggy... you are funny. I'm wishing I were in Australia as I type this! I, unfortunately, will not get a recipe in by the deadline (I still don't have my computer back from repairs). I cant seem to enter with this dang phone! I sooooo wanted to play along... but I still will!!! I'll be a taste-tester!!! Let's see what everyone created.
    icon_smile.gif Best of luck to everyone participating!
    -Rosie
    Rosie I wonder if you cold food mail your recipe in some how?
    rosie316
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 8:36 pm
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    Rita~ wrote:
    rosie316 wrote:
    Oh Peggy... you are funny. I'm wishing I were in Australia as I type this! I, unfortunately, will not get a recipe in by the deadline (I still don't have my computer back from repairs). I cant seem to enter with this dang phone! I sooooo wanted to play along... but I still will!!! I'll be a taste-tester!!! Let's see what everyone created.
    icon_smile.gif Best of luck to everyone participating!
    -Rosie
    Rosie I wonder if you cold food mail your recipe in some how?


    Rita: I don't know how I could put it into the correct format via texting/email... and I'm still amazed that I'm able to figure out this dang "gmail" on this phone! LOL! I would only have approx. 3+ hours to do it, and my brain is not functioning too well (I've been having cocktails with the little Tequila cat that was posted on here earlier!) LOL! That's okay... I'll be happy to see what everyone made anyways. I'm sure some one thought of the same thing I did. But thanks for your suggestion, and good luck to you, my dear!
    -Rosie
    Rita~
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 9:42 pm
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    rosie316 wrote:
    Rita~ wrote:
    rosie316 wrote:
    Oh Peggy... you are funny. I'm wishing I were in Australia as I type this! I, unfortunately, will not get a recipe in by the deadline (I still don't have my computer back from repairs). I cant seem to enter with this dang phone! I sooooo wanted to play along... but I still will!!! I'll be a taste-tester!!! Let's see what everyone created.
    icon_smile.gif Best of luck to everyone participating!
    -Rosie
    Rosie I wonder if you cold food mail your recipe in some how?


    Rita: I don't know how I could put it into the correct format via texting/email... and I'm still amazed that I'm able to figure out this dang "gmail" on this phone! LOL! I would only have approx. 3+ hours to do it, and my brain is not functioning too well (I've been having cocktails with the little Tequila cat that was posted on here earlier!) LOL! That's okay... I'll be happy to see what everyone made anyways. I'm sure some one thought of the same thing I did. But thanks for your suggestion, and good luck to you, my dear!
    -Rosie
    Cheers babe! with the storm hitting us I don`t know what to expect. we lost electric for a second already n it really didn`t hit yet. Our boiler is not working so good I keep thinking my house is going up. U never what u can do with a drink in ya. give it a try.
    Susie D
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:42 pm
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    Leggy Peggy wrote:
    Oh wow! I just thought of a great recipe. Trouble is—we're in a serviced
    apartment in Brisbane for the next two days. I hope someone else thought
    of it too. icon_wink.gif


    Drats!
    We do have some exciting & wonderful sounding recipes entered. I think there's going to be ketchup in our future. icon_cool.gif

    I didn't know celery seeds were scarce in Australia. I wonder why? Is celery readily available?
    Susie D
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:46 pm
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    The entry deadline is rapidly approaching. Tick tock. icon_smile.gif

    Email confirmations are current to this point. PLEASE let me know if for some reason you don't have a reply for each recipe submitted. Susie D

    wave.gif See you in the morning!
    rosie316
    Sat Feb 09, 2013 12:03 am
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    Rita~ wrote:
    rosie316 wrote:
    Rita~ wrote:
    rosie316 wrote:
    Oh Peggy... you are funny. I'm wishing I were in Australia as I type this! I, unfortunately, will not get a recipe in by the deadline (I still don't have my computer back from repairs). I cant seem to enter with this dang phone! I sooooo wanted to play along... but I still will!!! I'll be a taste-tester!!! Let's see what everyone created.
    icon_smile.gif Best of luck to everyone participating!
    -Rosie
    Rosie I wonder if you cold food mail your recipe in some how?


    Rita: I don't know how I could put it into the correct format via texting/email... and I'm still amazed that I'm able to figure out this dang "gmail" on this phone! LOL! I would only have approx. 3+ hours to do it, and my brain is not functioning too well (I've been having cocktails with the little Tequila cat that was posted on here earlier!) LOL! That's okay... I'll be happy to see what everyone made anyways. I'm sure some one thought of the same thing I did. But thanks for your suggestion, and good luck to you, my dear!
    -Rosie
    Cheers babe! with the storm hitting us I don`t know what to expect. we lost electric for a second already n it really didn`t hit yet. Our boiler is not working so good I keep thinking my house is going up. U never what u can do with a drink in ya. give it a try.


    Well, its 10:58 p.m. (central time). No way to even try and submit an entry anymore. I'm content with just reviewing everyones entries. Rita, you must be east of Chicago-land area. We had that stupid storm last night. I'm in the NW suburbs of Chicago & we got approx. 8" of snow, and 'sleet' galore! Luckily, we didn't lose power during this latest blast of mother natures fury!
    icon_biggrin.gif LOL!
    -Rosie
    **Jubes**
    Sat Feb 09, 2013 1:22 am
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    Susie D wrote:
    Leggy Peggy wrote:
    Oh wow! I just thought of a great recipe. Trouble is—we're in a serviced
    apartment in Brisbane for the next two days. I hope someone else thought
    of it too. icon_wink.gif


    Drats!
    We do have some exciting & wonderful sounding recipes entered. I think there's going to be ketchup in our future. icon_cool.gif

    I didn't know celery seeds were scarce in Australia. I wonder why? Is celery readily available?


    I looked everywhere for them Susie.....none of our supermarkets seem to stock them. The only way to get them for me is by ordering on-line.

    I'm looking forward to the recipe reveal icon_smile.gif
    Leggy Peggy
    Sat Feb 09, 2013 2:11 am
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    Susie D wrote:
    Leggy Peggy wrote:
    Oh wow! I just thought of a great recipe. Trouble is—we're in a serviced
    apartment in Brisbane for the next two days. I hope someone else thought
    of it too. icon_wink.gif


    Drats!
    We do have some exciting & wonderful sounding recipes entered. I think there's going to be ketchup in our future. icon_cool.gif

    I didn't know celery seeds were scarce in Australia. I wonder why? Is celery readily available?



    Just back from a day of sightseeing in sunny Queensland. Sorry that some
    of you are getting a blizzard.

    As for the celery seeds, I always find them eventually. They're just not
    as commonly used here, so not as commonly stocked.
    Susie D
    Sat Feb 09, 2013 4:41 am
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    rosie316 wrote:
    Oh Peggy... you are funny. I'm wishing I were in Australia as I type this! I, unfortunately, will not get a recipe in by the deadline.. but I still will!!! I'll be a taste-tester!!! Let's see what everyone created.
    icon_smile.gif Best of luck to everyone participating!
    -Rosie


    I'm sorry you didn't get a recipe entered. Bummer! There's always next time. We also welcome all to join the reviewer's bench & help determine the contest winners.

    Go TEAM Ketchup! icon_smile.gif
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