Healthy Recipes for Foods for a Flatter Stomach. Find Healthy Recipes, Nutrition Tips, and Guides to Healthy Eating. Roasted Garlic Tzatziki. Corned Beef Hash. Slow Cooker Chicken Tacos. Baked Onion Soup. There are few soups more comforting to me than savory, flavorful Baked Onion Soup.
I think the first time I had it I was 5 or 6, and it was at this restaurant-bar-club spot called Gallagher’s. The special crock of bubbling, molten hot soup wafting its way towards me in the restaurant.. I can still picture it today. Gallagher’s played a big part in my childhood. My dad’s band had a standing gig there every Friday and Saturday night for about five years. The restaurant is long gone now, replaced by a Marie Callendar’s. When smoking was still allowed in restaurants, and the sound of my dad singing Top 40 hits soothed me through my dinner, and to sleep hours later on chairs pushed together in a dark corner.
It wasn’t a typical childhood, but it sure was fun. In no time at all I had a hearty, robust Baked Onion Soup covered in swiss cheese and parmesan. Adapted from SargentoServes 4-6 depending on bowl size Ingredients Directions Preheat the broiler of your oven. Related posts: Spring Flower Lollipops. Happy first day of spring!
To celebrate I've made a special treat for you with colorful spring flowers. I've been enamored with edible flowers ever since making candied rose petals earlier this year. By doing a little research (that includes taste-testing) I've found that just because a flower is non-poisonous, doesn't mean it is also yummy. That's why I'm sharing my list of favorite edible flowers. They are all fairly well-known (easy to find) and add a certain something when used sparingly in dessert. Basil ChamomileHibiscus (you can also find these at specialty markets -or online -packed in syrup!) I made these without the use of a lollipop mold, and if you make these - do yourself a favor and buy an inexpensive round lollipop mold. Edit 3/28/12: Check out this cute version using decorative quins (sprinkles) by Karen at Trilogy Edibles!
Cottage Cheese and Egg Muffins with Ham and Cheddar Cheese. I came across a tasty looking recipe for cottage cheese and egg muffins with ham and cheddar cheese a while ago and bookmarked it knowing that I would have the opportunity to make it with the leftovers from the ham dinner that I had planned for the holidays.
I really liked the idea of a muffin that has the primary ingredients of cottage cheese and eggs. A Page in Vegan History: The Depression Cake! I don’t think this is the oldest vegan cake recipe ever, but it’s HELLA old!
Just like my grandpa! My grandpa turned 93 last week and so my mom made him his traditional birthday cake: The Depression Cake. This eggless, butter-less, milk-less recipe comes to us all the way from, you guessed it, the depression. HOMEMADE BANANA KETCHUP. Banana ketchup is a staple Filipino dipping sauce.
It is probably more popular and more consumed than tomato ketchup. A lot of Filipino dishes are best eaten with this sweet condiment. It is hard to come by here in London and if ever I manage to get my hands on one, it doesn't seem to be as nice as I remember. I thought of making my own and upon research chanced upon some recipes. How interesting to find that banana ketchup is actually not just a Filipino thing. Ingredients:1 semi-ripe plantain1 3/4 c. water2 cloves garlic, crushed2 tbsps. cider vinegar1/2 c. sugar1/2 tsp. ground black pepper2 1/2 tsps. salt1/2 red chilli, chopped1/2 onion choppedfood colouring (optional)Method: Slice the bananas and put in a saucepan. Please support Adora's Box by making your Amazon.com and mymemories.com (use the code STMMMS55174) purchases from this site. Serve with. Sami Lambert - Transformation Nation.
Member Home. Post-Grad Jobs. Supercook: recipe search by ingredients you have at home. Fall Semester- 2011 Resources. Books and Nerd. Creative things. Fashion Guidelines. 5 Steps to Mend a Broken Heart - On Women (usnews.com) Getting over a broken heart is never easy, especially in the social networking age, when photos of you and your ex in happier times remain plastered on your friends' Facebook pages.
Worse, recent research suggests that romantic rejection can cause physical pain in a way that no other negative emotion—not even anger or fear—can. But it's actually good to go through the insane despair and bouts of endless tears that result from being dumped, contends bestselling author and relationship expert Susan Piver. We should embrace these feelings rather than run from them, she argues in her book, The Wisdom of a Broken Heart.
"As unlikely as it may sound, this sorrow is the gateway to lasting happiness," she writes, speaking of her own two-year experience recovering from heartbreak. Piver and other experts described ways to ride through those uninvited waves of grief. 1. [See: How to Survive a Breakup.] 2. [See: How Your Personality Affects Your Health.] Help.