I've been famous for lousy quiches, and I LOVE quiche, so I thought I’d give it a go! It was delicious, and turned out properly!! I used what I had on hand, fresh spinach, onion, garlic, mushrooms, zucchini, onion, red pepper, garlic, lowfat cheddar cheese, bacon, and parmesan cheese. (I even forgot the milk) I think the fewer eggs than most recipes was the golden ticket! Ingredients 8 oz. fresh mushrooms ½ tsp minced garlic as needed non-stick spray 1 (10 oz.) box frozen spinach 4 large…
Make Your Own Awesome Salad Dressing with This Simple Cooking Formula
There's no need to spend money on packaged salad dressing, when making your own (preservatives-free) version is easy. Jess Dang at CookSmarts offers this handy infographic that will help you make a variety of dressings.
In this liqueur, the flavors of ginger, lime and agave make this spicy, yet refreshing and bright. Ginger-Lime Gin 2 c. Gin Zest of 1 lime 2 heaping TB chopped ginger 2 TB Blue Agave Syrup Combine …
Gingery Maple Glazed Tempeh on Baby Greens Salad [Vegan]
A light lunch with an asian tang! I get hungry very quickly after just a greens, fruits, veggies and croutons salad. So I've started adding some tempeh or bean patty strips to amp up the protein, which keeps me full for a while.
Baked Zucchini Chips
Well I said last week that I'd probably be up to my old tricks by now. But much to my own surprise, I decided to try another 'healthy' recipe I've been thinking about - zucchini chips! If you ever look at the sidebar of my blog that lists 'popular recipes' you will see that Apple Chips are number one. They have been for a while now, but the funny part is that they are number one by a landslide. Mr. Vittles occasionally looks over my shoulder while I'm reviewing my blog's stats, and he is…
Ginger - an anti-inflammatory root that can provide relief to an aching belly. This root is pungent, spicy and aromatic. Try consuming it in stir fry, hot teas or refreshing lemonades, salad dressings, or just eat a little crystallized ginger from time to time.
Ginger (Zingiber officinale) Has a hot and bright, sweet, spicy aroma that is warming to the body. Being an anti-inflammatory agent, it is often used to relieve muscle pain. It is a wonderful oil to use in massages to relax sore, tight muscles. Not be taken during pregnancy. Avoid use of this herb with any skin disease, as it appears to irritate this condition further. Caution should be used with people taking anticoagulants such as Ticlopidine, heparin and Warfarin.
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While the Chinese favor ginger, Thais prefer the taste of galangal, which is ginger-like—but with a sinus-penetrating, spicy-hot sensation. Its unique “mouth feel” has been likened to the quick heat of a chile without the lingering aftermath.
10 Amazing Ginger-Based Recipes!
Ginger is the root of the plant Zingiber officinale, which is native to South Asia but is now also cultivated in East Africa and the Caribbean. The root has long been used in Indian, Chinese, and Japanese cuisine; for drinks in Jamaica, Greece, and the Caribbean; and in traditional Burmese medicine. The Burmese just might be onto something! Recent research has […]