forget bland 1 minute oatmeal! try this, my own favourite start to the day, and get addicted to the taste and the energy it provides. i eat this serve on my own, but most will want to share it. my husband loves it when i omit the polenta and add chopped b
a small simple cake with a slight almond toasted almond taste. really out of this world. you can substitute almond extract for 3/4 of the vanilla if a stronger almond taste is desired. this cake employs an unusual mixing method that ensures good results.
the beet is one of the most nutritious vegetables. a good source of vitamin c, k, folate, and magnesium. paired with carrots and celery, it's a good cancer preventitive. also good for the unrinary tract and ulcers.
in my continuous efforts to reduce my sugar intake, i've found this apricot jam recipe that uses agave or fructose. this jam keeps in the fridge for a few days and is also wonderful stirred into yogurt, porridge/oatmeal or muesli.
a slightly different diversion from the standard reuben dips you've had. a great appetizer for those cooler-day football sundays. great served with rye rounds, party rye, even triscuits or wheat thins. too good!
bruschetta derives from the italian 'bruscare' meaning "to roast over coals”. at its most authentic, italian country-style bread is toasted over coals, rubbed with garlic and seasoned while hot with sea salt and fruity, virgin, cold-pressed olive oil. mo
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