Strawberry Passion Cocktail
Jun09

Strawberry Passion Cocktail

A man walking across a field encounters a tiger. He fled, the tiger chasing after him. Coming to a cliff, he caught hold of a wild vine and swung himself over the edge. The tiger sniffed at him from above. Terrified, the man looked down to where, far below, another tiger had come, waiting to eat him. Two mice, one white and one black, little by little began to gnaw away at the vine. The man saw a luscious strawberry near him. Grasping...

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Broccoli power juice
Jun06

Broccoli power juice

Fresh broccoli heads can be available year around. In the market, choose fresh, bright, compact, firm textured flower heads with rich flavor. Avoid those with overmature florets featuring yellow flower buds, excessive branching and hollow stem ones.Broccoli is one of the very low calorie vegetables; provides just 34 calories per 100 g. Nevertheless, it is rich in dietary fiber, minerals, vitamins, and anti-oxidants that have proven...

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Jewish Bell Peppers Recipe
Sep29

Jewish Bell Peppers Recipe

A wonderful combination of tangy taste and crunchy texture, sweet bell peppers are the Christmas ornaments of the vegetable world with their beautifully shaped glossy exterior that comes in a wide array of vivid colors ranging from green, red, yellow, orange, purple, brown to black. Despite their varied palette, all are the same plant, known scientifically as Capsicum annuum. They are members of the nightshade family, which also...

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Ricotta Sweet Cake
Sep02

Ricotta Sweet Cake

Ricotta is a fresh, soft Italian cheese. Its name in Italian means “re-cooked,” in reference to the way it’s manufactured. Instead of milk, ricotta is made with whey, a liquid by-product in cheese making that’s usually discarded. Whey is heated and an acid is added to let the natural proteins form and become what we know as ricotta. It’s typically made from cow’s milk whey, but milk from sheep, goats, and...

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Peach Pie Recipe
Aug30

Peach Pie Recipe

The ancient Egyptians are believed to have eaten pies filled with figs or dates 3,000 years ago. The oldest known pie recipe, however, was for a rye-crusted goat’s cheese and honey pie in ancient Rome about 2,000 years ago. Pies first appeared in Britain in the 12th century, usually spelt ‘pye’ and containing meat. Fruit pies did not appear until the 16th century. The crust of the pie was then most commonly known as a ‘coffyn of...

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