Avocado is rich in vitamins and proteins that help nourish, repair, and hydrate dull, damaged hair. This was said by the vice president of research and development for Burt's Bees. The oils contain essential fatty acids to strenthen hair and restore shine. This is almost like their Avocado Butter Pre Shampoo Hair Treatment. Enjoy!
This recipe comes from Beany Macgregor, who was the chef of the Hard Rock Cafe on 57th street in New York city. He appeared on the Regis and Kathy Lee show. Now Beany is the execuive chef of Hard Rock Cafe Intenational. Listed below is some ideas for using leftover guacamole! Adapted from Cooking with Regis and Kathy Lee cookbook.
This would be a fun way to clebrate St. Patrick's Day or Earth Day or anyday! This comes from The Sneaky Chef cookbook by Missy Chase Lapine. She says it's hard to believe, but the green juice leaves no discernable taste, only a terrific green color. You can also use the tortilla and cheese to hide the green eggs inside a breakfast wrap. Enjoy!
Adapted from the Barefoot Contessa, Bringing the Magic Home, this is a real treat! Try to use fresh herbs, they really make this! If you like, you may use 3 eggs per serving. Great with a nice green salad for a light supper!
Green goddess dressing was invented in the 1920's at San Francisco's Palace Hotel as a tribute to William Archer's hit play, The Green Goddess. It gets it's bright green color from lots of fresh green herbs. This dressing was originally made with tarragon, but has been updated with basil, which actually has more flavor! Delicious on green salad, but also great served with vegetables like asparagus and broccoli. Adapted from the Barefoot Contessa at Home cookbook.