Chicken soup for when you are sick. From: http://chloeofthemountain.blogspot.com/
Don’t worry about the amount of garlic being too strong. It really isn’t when the soup is done and it smells fantastic while it cooks. Don’t worry about the cayenne pepper either. It provides warmth that will clear your sinuses, but it’s not spicy at all.
The key to creating this classic dish is to use an assortment of vegetables. In Morocco, seven is a lucky number, but you can use as many or as few as you have on hand. From Clean Eating Magazine - November 2010
Cool off on a hot day with a big bowl of creamy homemade ice cream. Perfect for entertaining, this five-star recipe makes enough for a crowd. Cooking time includes freezing time. Recipe thanks to Julianna Grimes Bottcher, Cooking Light, JULY 2006
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