Showing posts with label food and drink. Show all posts
Showing posts with label food and drink. Show all posts

14 April 2018

4 Best DRINKS to Safely Silence Pain Fast

There are natural and tasty beverages that fight inflammation and pain, like these four:


4. Blueberry Juice
3. Green Tea
2. Tart Cherry Juice
1. Kefir (made from fermented milk and is a rich source of beneficial bacteria known as probiotics.)
These 4 above, only scratch the surface of potent natural painkillers that work throughout your entire body to help it fight inflammation, dissolve scar tissue and more. Click here.
 

Blueberries close up
Blueberries close up (Photo credit: Martin LaBar)





Insurance Mart and Insurance Smart shares general health info.
For general information purposes. Not to be substituted for medical advice.


Art of Tea Go Green

12 April 2018

Always Laugh When You Can ... | We Heart It

Started using WHI (We Heart It). Know what you're thinking. There's Pinterest, Scoop.it, StumbleUpon, etc. Why create another set of collections? Why? Because they share really good stuff on WHI that is different from my findings elsewhere on the web and because it's so easy to click that little “heart” button on the images. I have a Tumblr blog and lots of folks on Tumblr use it. That's how I found the site. 

This lovely quote by Lord Byron is my 100th “heart”. ♥


Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine. | WHI
Found on yoursummerdreamz.tumblr.com and hearted and shared by @xLostMemories




Currently maintaining four collections: 
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27 February 2018

You Think You Know All About Cinnamon

Did you know cinnamon is the spice that launched a thousand ships?  It's true!  From the Far East to the West!  This eye-opening intense read will tell you so much more you did not know about this wonderful cooking ingredient.


Cinnamon: The Spice That Launched a Thousand Ships (HUBPages.com)





The above referenced article is a fascinating read, but if that doesn't satisfy your desire for knowledge about this marvelous exotic spice and you want to know more, below are some additional links of interest.




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EES shares recipes, cooking tips and all things foodie!

04 February 2018

Mexican Favorites - Recipes for Peace?

Published an article about a proposed solution to the "problem" of illegal immigration in the United States via HUBPages.com.  For the life of me, can't understand why everybody isn't on board with it!  Isn't the temptation of Mexican cuisine a persuasive enough argument?!  THINK "homemade fresh chorizo".  That's worth coming to an agreement, isn't it?






EES shares recipes, cooking tips and all things foodie!

Everyday Exotic Spices



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18 January 2018

15 January 2018

Are You Qualified to Make Good Soup?

Want to read a food quote? 

“Only the pure in heart can
make a good soup.” 

Guess who said that? 
- No it wasn't Jesus Christ. 
- No it wasn't Jacques Pepin. 

Beethoven! Yeah, the famous classical music composer, Ludwig van Beethoven said that! 

So not only was he a genius when it came to composing music, he was also smart when it came to knowing about comfort food. 



January is National Soup Month and in other months of the year, we celebrate days for various types of soups and chowders. Why wait until the winter months when you can start enjoying warm comforting soups in the fall? 



Let’s Have a Party! Who Wants Soup?


Creative Twists On Ethnic Soups And Stews





















EES shares recipes, cooking tips
and all things foodie!

 


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Food trivia: Do you know President George Washington’s favorite soup? (Answer.)



Asian Salmon and Other Salmon Recipes

Which is better for you? Salmon or Trout?
Let's discuss! 

Or … 

Skip the discussion and make an arbitrary decision based on your palate's preferences. No matter because the salmon recipes links supplied via this blog post can probably be modified and trout can be used as a substitute. When experimenting, eating and enjoying food, one must learn to be flexible.  :)



Asian Glazed Salmon Recipe (25 minutes to make) 


Recipe Smoked Salmon Tartare and Scallops  


Avocado Shrimp Smoked Salmon Appetizer Rolls Recipe






California Cuisine - History, Features and Fun Facts

California cuisine?  What's that?  Uh (???) … duh??  Food prepared by California chefs.

Wild guess!



Each bullet point presented below has been explored in much further detail by fellow freelance writer Om Paramapoonya and presented in an article titled:








  • The term “California cuisine” was first used by food critics and magazine editors.
  • California has diverse agriculture and people. Thus, the cuisine reflects the variety of local produce and seafood, and the fusion of ethnic diversities, mainly, Mexicans, Europeans, and Asians/Pacific Islanders.
  • Californians have a health-conscious culture and food artisans, farmers' markets and organic farming are highly respected, valued and appreciated.
  • Signature dishes served in restaurants typically highlight: artichokes, avocado, dry jack cheese, goat cheese, roasted garlic ("stinking rose"), sourdough bread, sun dried tomatoes, and … whatever produce is in season, at the time.
  • California classic dishes – such as Cioppino (a fish stew), Oyster Cocktail, the California roll and California-Style Pizza – each have an interesting history about their origins.


The facts are fun!  Did not the story of how the California-Style Pizza came to be.  Know it now!  :)

California Cuisine - History, Features and Fun Facts

"What is California cuisine?" my boyfriend skeptically asked, as I told him I was going to write about it. In spite of having lived in California his whole life, he still wasn't sure how to describe the style of cooking in this region. I guess it's not that strange for many Californians to feel this way.


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Since we're on the topic of pizza.  October is National Pizza Month in the USA.  So this post isn't dated October and the celebration is either a little early (too soon in the year) or a little late (missed it last year).   Eh!  I'm sure pizza celebrated all year round in Italy.  You've got two choices.  Pretend it's October OR pretend you're in Italy.  (Of course, if you are in Italy, no need to pretend.)  




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