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    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Perfect for a cold snowy day. Warm up with this thick, creamy, coconut, cauliflower soup flavored with roasted garlic, herbs and spices. Caramelizing of the cauliflower and garlic sweetens and concentrates the flavors. Cumin and curry can be added for a more exotic flavor adjusting to your likeness.

    Recipe #489955

    These chard sprouts are so easy and tasty with a nutty flavor. Enhanced even more with the addition of pine nuts. Roasted with paper thin garlic and then topped with Parmesan. Can be made 2 hours ahead then warmed just before serving. Best tasting sprouts should be picked bright and tight heads.

    Recipe #492250

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Ye'll be feelin' Peachy Keen after 'tis drink. Make a virgin version usin' a drop or a pair 'o rum extract 'n peach juice from th' canned peaches to equal 1/4 cup. Thank ye fer enjoyin' me feel jolly drink. Oh you ask why Hornswaggle because the canned peaches make it easy. Hornswaggle=cheat Also the blender makes it a cheating way so you don't have to muddle the goods. Woe ye all had as much a ruckas as I did wit' 'tis Contest? Raiders 'o th' Lost Pantry Cookin' Contest If ye didnt maybe ye need a drink? Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum!

    Recipe #501161

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Toss with cabbage, steamed veggies, any green salad, cucumber salad, chick pea salad, blanched broccoli or cauliflower.top grill salmon or tuna.........

    Recipe #501322

    If you are lucky enough to have a tree or know where to pick elderflowers give this a try. Pick flowers right after dew is dry from them and before the heat of day removes the fragrance. Morning is when they're at their most fragrant, Any of the top layer of flowers will oxidize from contact with air, turning brown. It's fine you can leave it be or place a weight on them to keep submerged, Do expect the liqueur to darken as it ages into a deep amber. This is OK.

    Recipe #501733

    These Earthy Healthy Chips are crisp and will stay that way if keep in a tightly sealed jar. Serve as chip or top an arugula salad with feta cheese and pine nuts. Beets are a unique source of phytonutrients called betalains. Betanin and vulgaxanthin are the two best-studied betalains from beets, and they have been shown to provide antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and detoxification support.High in folate, manganese, fiber, potassium, vitamin C, tryptophan, magnesium, iron,, phosphorus, copper. One cup of raw beet greens may contain over 275 micrograms of lutein!Good for your eyes! ;)

    Recipe #503017

    For ease and health crushed in the food processor with peels keeping nutrients from the skins. Tomato peels contribute a high concentration of the carotenoids found in tomatoes. The amount of carotenoids absorbed by human intestinal cells was much greater with tomato enriched with tomato peels compared to tomato without peels. The tomato skin also holds most of the flavonols (another family of phytochemicals that includes quercetin and kaempferol) as well. So to maximize the health properties of tomatoes, don't peel them if you can help it! Canned crushed tomatoes are ideal for use in soups, stews, salsas and casseroles. Basic made so you can kick it up any way at time of using. Seeds can be removed that is your choice. Home canned tomatoes, tomato juice, and diced or crushed tomatoes with liquid at the top and solids at the bottom is quite normal.

    Recipe #462811

    Spicy, fragrant garlic. I process in a water bath, because I give a gifts and makes storing easier. No need to process if jars are stored in the refrigerator for at least 1 month before using. Garlic will keep, chilled, for at least a year. When you think it's ready, take it out and test it. If it tasty enough go ahead and start using the pickled garlic in pastas, salads, salsas, dressings, as relish on sandwiches and a garnish for bloody Mary’s or martinis. You can even pop them in your mouth and enjoy straight up!!

    Recipe #462893

    Great as a salad topper, condiment for sandwiches, Serve on a cheese tray. Top a platter of sliced tomatoes with the sliced shallots and sprinkle some crumbled cheese over it. Serve with pate. Sweetened with honey or agave. I added optional lavender and juniper for a more intriguing aroma and flavor.

    Recipe #462895

    Licor 43 a Spanish liqueur which has 43 complex ingredients and matches very well with figs is included in this recipe. The vanilla is right up front then citrus and herbs and spices that are a secret. Shh!! To keep this Spanish you can use Spanish figs but any well work. I made a step x step directions and photos on making Recipe #252973 here http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=226477. A guide if you need. ;)

    Recipe #463563

    Butterscotch flavored peaches. Buttershots liqueur and brown sugar is used to bring in the butterscotch flavor. Now try this on a scoop of ice cream.

    Recipe #463597

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Applelicious! . I had a drink that I wanted to create into a jam. TheTezon Anejo is creamy and smooth, with tastes of rich butterscotch and vanilla, with notes of citrus and mellow oak matching well with the apples.This is lovely over pancakes, french toast, ice cream. Stuff it into a crepe or thumb print cookies. Fill apple turnovers fritters. Dot in a cheese cake before baking or top a cheesecake at serving. Swirl it into a coffee cake. Top a brie wrap in puff pastry and bake.

    Recipe #463637

    Zesty Zukes filled with Zany flavors. Sugar and Spiced Garlic, Chili's, peppercorns, onions...... And of course zucchini. This is one veggie that did great this year. There is 3-4 hours of brining and infusing time that is not calculated into cooking times.

    Recipe #463688

    Hot Stuff! This recipe was inspired from Chef #64642's Molly53 Recipe #460931. This is good spread over brie wrapped in puff pastry and baked, served with crackers. Try it spread on a wrap with your favorite meats. Or a side for that yummy Recipe #82119 FYI: An easy way to mince the chili's is place in blender with some of the apple juice. Always use gloves to protect yourself from the heat!

    Recipe #464086

    Tulsi has many healing benefits. Relieves stress / adaptogen Bolsters immunity Enhances stamina Provides support during cold season Promotes healthy metabolism A natural immuno-modulator I infused it in honey to help soothe coughs and sore throats. From MP Bhattathiry (Retd. Chief Technical Examiner to the Govt. of Kerala, India) "Coughs: Tulsi is an important constituent of many Ayurvedic cough syrups and expectorants. It helps to mobilize mucus in bronchitis and asthma. Chewing tulsi leaves relieves cold and flu. Sore Throat: Water boiled with basil leaves can be taken as drink in case of sore throat. This water can also be used as a gargle coughs and sore throath." "Modern scientific research offers impressive evidence that Tulsi reduces stress, enhances stamina, relieves inflammation, lowers cholesterol, eliminates toxins, protects against radiation, prevents gastric ulcers, lowers fevers, improves digestion and provides a rich supply of antioxidants and other nutrients. Tulsi is especially effective in supporting the heart, blood vessels, liver and lungs and also regulates blood pressure and blood sugar." Dr. Ralph Miller, former Director of Research for the Canadian Dept. of Health and Welfare. DISCLAIMER: These are only general guidelines as a first aid. It is always better to see a doctor depending upon the intensity of the case. The views expressed above are entirely those of the author. I'm ready for this coming cold season are you?

    Recipe #464314

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I'm posted this sauce full of heat, good for you food enzymes, beneficial bacteria, vitamin C and carotene from http://nourishedkitchen.com/fermented-hot-chili-sauce-recipe/ I used kefir whey to inoculate the chilies with beneficial bacteria. You don't need a starter. But if you want these two sights are great. http://www.culturesforhealth.com/ or http://www.wildernessfamilynaturals.com/category/culturing-products.php. Just salt and chili's. The cooking time is fermentation time.

    Recipe #464448

    Don't drink soda! Try this! A fizzy drink that is rich in micro-nutrients, enzymes and beneficial bacteria, water kefir numbers among the top ten dairy-free probiotics. Kefir grains are small, translucent, gelatinous structures and are comprised of assorted bacteria including lactobacillus hilgardii which gives them their characteristic crystal-like appearance. When properly cared for and regularly cultured, they produce a wonderful delicious probiotic-rich beverage and will continue to grow and reproduce indefinitely. Water kefir can be found http://www.culturesforhealth.com/starter-cultures/kefir-cultures.html

    Recipe #464463

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A sour and pungent, milk kefir is a cultured dairy food originally from the Caucuses – the region where Europe meets Asia. I find it's texture to a drinkable plain yogurt Rich in beneficial bacteria, phosphorus, vitamin K, biotin and folic acid – nutrients that are essential to health and well-being. Good reading about kefir http://nourishedkitchen.com/milk-kefir/ Kefir Grains can be found http://www.culturesforhealth.com/ or http://www.kefirlady.com/orderkefirgrains.htm

    Recipe #464472

    Kefir kraut with a little salt. "Kefirkraut may be regarded as a vegetable pro-biotic source, low in carbohydrates, rich in Lactobacilli, Yeasts, Vitamin U [only found in cabbage] and Vitamin C including some of the B group vitamins bio-synthesised by the friendly organisms native to kefir grains, and to fresh cabbage or other fresh vegetables used in any given recipe." Thanks to http://users.sa.chariot.net.au/--dna/kefirkraut.html Dom, I came up with this healthy kraut.

    Recipe #464991

    Beautyberries well deserve their name with their iridescent-purple fruit arriving early Autumn. Pretty purple berries. This is a bland sweet jelly on it's own. But with the addition of shiso giving both more color and a very light herbal taste. Native American's used root and leaf tea in sweat baths for rheumatism, fevers, and malaria. Root tea used for dysentery, stomach aches. Root and berry tea used for colic. Pretty to be served at a Bridal Shower Brunch.

    Recipe #465582

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