Asparagus With Mandarin Oranges
Jun25

Asparagus With Mandarin Oranges

In the 16th Century, asparagus gained popularity in France and England.  From there, the early colonists brought it to America.  Asparagus is often called the “Food of Kings.”  King Louis XIV of France was so fond of this delicacy that he ordered special greenhouses built so he could enjoy asparagus all year-round. Source: www.asparagus.com.au ingredients: Asparagus Egg Flour Mandarin oranges Salt Pepper Nutmeg (optional) Cut off the...

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Pak Choi With Ginger
Jun24

Pak Choi With Ginger

A staple in Asian cooking, this round-leafed vegetable may be less familiar to American cooks. Here’s what you need to know — including what its name means, how to wash it, and how to use it. Bok choy is sometimes referred to as white cabbage, not to be confused with Napa cabbage, which is also a type of Chinese cabbage. There are many kinds of bok choy that vary in color, taste, and size, including tah tsai and joi choi....

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Trumpet Mushrooms Recipe
Jun19

Trumpet Mushrooms Recipe

The mushroom is a very nutritious food. Differing species can be a good source of vitamin B along with essential minerals such as copper and potassium. While fat, carbohydrates and salt content is very low. Modern studies suggest mushrooms can be useful for antibacterial, anti-inflammatories and antioxidants. While also helping to reduce blood pressure, moderate blood sugar, reduce cholesterol, enhance the immune system, reduce stress...

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Rice Cheese Cake Recipe
Jun15

Rice Cheese Cake Recipe

Rice is the oldest known food that is still widely consumed today. Archaeologists can date its consumption back to 5000 BC, the time when the first traces of its cultivation in China, India and Thailand appear. From India, it arrived to the West thanks to merchants, but its cultivation has always been most widespread in Asia. Source: www.finedininglovers.com Ingredients: Boiled rice Mushrooms Milk cheese Chedar cheese Cut the...

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Baked Garnish
May07

Baked Garnish

Ingredients: Leeks Celery root Avocado Bell pepper Garlic Lemon juice Soy sauce Salt Pepper Cut off leaves of leeks. Cut leeks into rings. Separate rings of leek. Melt 2 tablespoons of butter in a frying pan over medium heat. Put the garlic and fry for 3 minuets. Then add leeks, a little salt and mix well. Cook the leeks until it is soft. Then remove from heat. Clean celery root. And cut into cubes. Cut bell pepper into cubes too. Put...

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