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    Herbal Concoctions and Seasonings Too!

    I love using herbs, so I have put together a cookbook with my recipes using them. I have also included recipes using seasonings.
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    I'm told every household in Puerto Rico has a bottle of pique on the table. And every family has their own version. You can use any hot peppers you like, according to your heat tolerance. All measurements are adjustable to your taste. You will need 1 clean, empty glass bottle of about 12-ounce capacity with a tight fitting lid(In Puerto Rico they traditionally use rum bottles). If there is a removable plastic shaker top, that is even better! Remove the shaker top prior to filling and set aside. An empty rice wine vinegar bottle works very well.

    Recipe #504105

    Sweet crunchy corn gets a little kick with this zesty corn topper.

    Recipe #503299

    This is good on popcorn, hard boiled eggs, fried eggs, grilled corn, french fries, avocado, edamame, steak, anything you would put hot sauce on. If you feel adventurous, you might even sprinkle it on chocolate truffles! It's also good to rim a glass for V8 juice or other drinks.Cooking time is drying time. From the Sriracha Cookbook by Randy Clemens. The original recipe called for 2 cups salt and 20 tsp. sriracha and 4-6 tsp. granulated garlic(actually I don't know exactly how much garlic is added. I have made an educated guess). This makes good gifts to family and friends who love sriracha sauce.

    Recipe #497910

    These are the traditional spices used in stews, soups, rice, etc. made in Oman.

    Recipe #492862

    A Spanish and Mediterranean influenced butter, this goes with many vegetables. Try fennel, eggplant, tomatoes and pasta. Enjoy!

    Recipe #428491

    This is my take on the Neely's delicious bbq seasoning! From Down Home with the Neely's cookbook. The original recipe calls for white sugar, I added the optional garlic powder and black pepper.

    Recipe #412357

    I spent some time in Guatemala many years ago and we had a lovely vegetarian dinner at a local woman's house on New Year's Eve. Oh, it was so good! There were these tamales with raisins and we were served a tea that tasted of apples and chamomile. Here is my attempt to duplicate that recipe! I wish I could remember more about the tamales.......Outside, the local folk were shooting off sticks of dynamite (for lack of fireworks), but we didn't care, we were in foodie vegetarian heaven!

    Recipe #348910

    This will help relieve sore throats and coughs. I've given 2 other remedies which help too. Adapted from Tao Herb Farm.

    Recipe #331772

    Given to me by a friend when my daughter got pneumonia, this is potent and works very well, so I had better pass it forward! A little info(gleaned from Amazing Health): Grapefruit - high in vitamin C which strengthens the immune system. Grapefruit aids the body in eliminating poisons. The rind of the grapefruit is a natural source of quinine. Orange - high in vitamin C and A. Also contains high amounts of Potassium and a large amount of Calcium and Phosphorus. Known to decrease excess mucus from the head and nose. Useful in cases of respiratory ailments, such as bronchitis, pneumonia, and also asthma, high blood pressure and rheumatism. Lemon - contains vitamin B, C, Calcium, Iron, Potassium, and Phosphorus. Lemons are a natural antiseptic, helpful in destroying harmful bacteria in infection. Because of its vitamin C content, it acts as an immune system builder. Especially beneficial to the liver, an important organ of elimination. Lemon is also beneficial because it is alkaline forming in the body. Garlic - contains vitamin B,C, Calcium, Potassium, Phosphorus. Garlic is one of the most beneficial foods for the digestive system and has a positive effect on the lymph system, aiding in the elimination of toxic waste matter in the body. it is also a cleanser of the blood. It is a natural antibiotic and therefore very useful in strengthening the immune system. Onion - contains vitamin A, Thiamine, iron, niacin, and Calcium. Onions have antiseptic qualities. They help drain mucus from the sinus cavities and loosen phlegm. They will also help destroy worms and other parasites in the body. Recommended in cases of asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, flu, and colds. Peppermint Oil - brings oxygen into the blood stream. It cleanses and strengthens the entire body.

    Recipe #285788

    We are all exposed to winter sneezes and snuffles(sniffles). This wonderful tea will help you stay healthy! Adapted from The Great American Detox Cookbook, by Alex Jamieson. She made up this recipe to help her husband detox when he ate a fast food diet for a month and filmed it. It will help digest meals more fully and to boost immune systems. It has anti-depression ingredients, antiviral and antibacterial ingredients, relaxing ingredients and it tastes so yummy! The ginger is warming and an immune enhancer. The licorice root is antiviral, antibacterial, and fights depression. The cinnamon has digestive support, and is useful for diabetes. The parsley is a digestive aid. The lemon balm is relaxing and aromatic and the clove is warming and a digestive aid. Enjoy!

    Recipe #277523

    I hear that the French sip this tea for pure pleasure, but it is also soothingly healing for sore throats, upper respiratory troubles, and tummy bugs. This recipe calls for only one herbal ingredient, and you probably have it in your kitchen pantry. As you sip your drink, take a moment to think of cozy French farmhouses surrounded by fields just beginning to thaw after the long cold winter. Oh, for the simple life..... French Tart, I am thinking of you! Adapted from Cait Johnson, Assistant Producer, Care2 Healthy Living Channels.

    Recipe #277520

    This recipe came from Monterey, California, courtesy of Bobby Flay and Food Nation. I spent a few years in this area and love artichokes! Here's a good recipe!

    Recipe #249326

    Created because the ingredients for RSC#10 were so inspiring! I do hope you will enjoy!

    Recipe #243279

    This salad improves with a day in the fridge! Adapted from the August issue of Gourmet magazine. I have added more vegetables.

    Recipe #236974

    A nice salad adapted from Veggie Ventures. If you have never had hearts of palm, they are very good! The dressing makes more than enough to feed 4.

    Recipe #236961

    A typical North African dish, made delicious with parsley, mint, basil and lemon! A great side to meat dishes. Adapted from Gourmet magazine(July/2003). Due to some reviews I have updated the recipe, adding more garlic and lemon juice.

    Recipe #232888

    Sweet potatoes add Vitamin C! The Russets give a nice, fluffy texture. Adapted from Martha Stewart Living magazine. A Southern and Caribbean recipe.

    Recipe #231844

    This is what I eat everyday for lunch. I just use what I have on hand. Feel free to change around the ingredients to please your tastes. Sometimes I even grate some beet into the mix!

    Recipe #204023

    So different than your normal guacamole! Recipe courtesy of the Haas Avocado Board.

    Recipe #192306

    This is a great tea to drink after dinner, before bedtime. Chamomile tea has soothing, calming and relaxing properties. It helps digestion, coughs, colds, poor skin, and is used as a liver tonic. Adapted from Herbal Teas.

    Recipe #190742

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