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    1 Reviews |  By Alyss05

    This is a seasoned salt recipe chock full of healtful spices. Use it anywhere you would use Lawry's or Johnny's. Good quality sea salt is full of micro nutrients just not found in commercial table salt. I like Real Salt for it's price to nutrient ratio, but celtic sea salt would be a great choice too. Chiles and turmeric are full of antioxidants and cancer fighting nutrients especially needed when grilling food. I use mostly New Mexico chile powder to keep the heat level down, but a little Arbol or Cayenne will really kick up the heat. Kelp is an amazing natural source of iodine and other sea minerals and doesn't add any strange flavor to this flavorful mix. Onion and garlic are also known for their anti biotic and anti cancer properties. You just can't go wrong with this stuff!

    Recipe #332776

    6 Reviews |  By Alyss05

    This recipe is based on the Cook's Illustrated recipe from their Cover and Bake cookbook. As with all their recipes it is the best. But mine is better :) Like all casseroles this one freezes well once prepared to just before you put it in the oven.

    Recipe #332009

    4 Reviews |  By Alyss05

    I searched recipezaar for BBQ sauce recipes and made this one out of three or four recipes. It is rather loose and based on what was in my cupboard at the time. Please experiment with it! It would be amazing on baked or grilled chicken too!

    Recipe #316983

    3 Reviews |  By Alyss05

    I jokingly call this my Breakfast for People Who Are Worried About their Saturated Fat Intake. There is more and more evidence that saturated fats are an important and healthy part of a balanced diet. Your brain, hormones and the cell membranes in every part of your body are made out of them. Buy some good sausage, some good cheese and make this as a treat for yourself. They don't say someone is "fat and happy" for no reason :)

    Recipe #307501

    2 Reviews |  By Alyss05

    The idea for this recipe came from the book Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig. The way I make it these days, however, is not much like the recipe in the book :) This is a really tasty, very filling, "meal in a bowl" type recipe. It has all the creamy, starchy goodness of macaroni and cheese but with no dairy! Coconut milk provides vital medium chain fatty acids and beneficial saturated fats to your diet, as well as tasting absolutely delicious. 3 cups of liquid to 1 1/2 cups of rice will make a risotto like consistency. If you want a bit more sauce increase the liquid to 3 1/2 cups total.

    Recipe #306687

    This recipe comes from The Garden of Eating by Rachel Albert-Matesz and Don Matesz. I found a review of it on www.nourishingdays.com

    Recipe #371659

    This weekend I was invited to a Wine and Cheese and Oregon, Please party (Feb 14, 2009 was Oregon's 150th anniversary as a state - woo hoo!). I decided, being the kind of girl I am, to make a cheese log instead of buying some fancy cheese at the store. Sillyme. I searched the internet for cheese log/ball recipes and found that there are really only two or three recipes, with variations :) People seem to make ranch flavored cheese logs, one with chipped beef or ham, and one with pineapple and olives. Whoa - can we say 1970s flashback? This cheddar cheese recipe is a variation on a fourth recipe I found and it was a hit at the party. Let's bring cheese logs back!

    Recipe #356261

    I don't really like beef stew. I know, weird, huh? I like it more than pot roast but even as a little kid I was never terribly fond of beef stew. I think it's a long cooked beef thing. But last week I wanted to invite friends over for dinner and only a weeknight could work. That meant crock pot (we had a party to go to that evening so time was too short for much cooking at all), but I needed a relatively failsafe recipe. I was entertaining guests after all. Well, crock pots are great for things like stew. So I got out all my recipe books and got on my googling hat... and came up with this. Beef stew to awe those who don't like beef stew :)

    Recipe #343168

    I got this recipe from the amazing blog A Year of Crock Potting. Apparently she got the recipe from Rachael Ray when she was on that show. I must admit, it's a good recipe :) This is how I made it, a little different than hers, but still very good. I used bone in, skin on thighs but will remove the skin next time. The bones were easy to pick out and add some nutrition to the long cooked sauce. This amount of sauce could use maybe one more thigh, or more meat and less vegetables. Use the curry paste you like best; I used yellow. Yellow is the mildest Thai curry so use caution if you aren't used to the heat. In the end it's not take out quality, but it is hot and ready when you get home and a whole lot cheaper than the same amount of take out. Certainly worth a try and good even for crock pot newbies!

    Recipe #326197

    This recipe is adapted from a vegan recipe and is ever so good. It is thick and rich, just a bit spicy and full of vegetables. You could, of course, add chicken or pork but with the peanut and coconut milk it is really very rich on it's own. Thin it down with more chicken stock or water to make it soupier, or subsitute some of the coconut milk for stock or water if you need it a little lighter. Remember, though, coconut milk and coconut oil provide vital medium chain fatty acids as well as potent anti-biotic compounds. It's healthfood! :) My sister says this recipe tastes just like a peanut hot pot she ate in Malaysia.

    Recipe #323081

    Another made up recipe. Rich enough to be a light meal, perfect for a cozy fall meal after a busy back to school day. Adjust the spices to your liking and add whatever else you happen to have on hand. Soups are easy like that.

    Recipe #311175

    My sister and I pulled this recipe out of our.. er.. cupboards last winter. It is good and good for you! We used Rosarita mild enchilada sauce but shop around for a brand you like, they vary widely. Feel free to spice up the beans and onions with chile powder, cumin or other seasonings and add spicy fresh chiles if you like! But it's good as it is, too.

    Recipe #309914

    1 Reviews |  By Alyss05

    This recipe comes from the family of my best friend in college, Amanda. The recipe was originally handed down written to make a gallon of the dressing so we were always too lazy to do anything but halve the recipe ended up making 2 quarts of the stuff at a time. At the end of the term when we were broke and there was nothing in the fridge but an old cabbage and some juicing carrots we would make a slaw with this dressing. Cheap and easy, but yummy! Here are quantities to make a pint of dressing, scale up as desired :) Chile flakes to taste, of course!

    Recipe #309786


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