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A&M say: Most dips involve dumping a bunch of ingredients in a bowl and mixing them until smooth. If the ingredients are good quality, you'll end up with something worth dipping a chip into, but if you're like singing_baker and you tweak some of those ingredients, you'll end up with an unforgettable hors d'oeuvre.
Yes, you read that right. I have recently become completely addicted to kale. It was a vegetable that I must admit I was always a little intimidated by. I'd see it lurking on the shelves all dark green and healthy looking, but I did not know how to prepare it. So, I'd pass it by, heading to the veggies I am more familiar with. You could say I was in a veggie rut.
Author: Elizabeth Hinds - Updated: 28 February 2013 | Comment Carrots have been included in sweet recipes in Britain since mediaeval times. Because carrots provided a cheaper and more easily available alternative to other sweeteners, their use was encouraged during the Second World War, at the time of rationing. Carrot cake however, didn’t really take off in popularity until the last quarter of the twentieth century; now you’ll find it in every coffee shop and tea room. Apart from the fact that it tastes delicious, there’s an air of wholesomeness about carrot cake, a feeling that not only is it not bad for you but it’s actually doing you good!
Soup to boost your immune system? That's right! Tom Yum soup is currently under study for its ability to fight off cold and flu viruses, and perhaps even cancer (see link below for more information). So try my delicious version of Tom Yum Goong, which is basically Tom Yum soup but with a little coconut milk added ("Tom Khaa"). The coconut milk gives it a little more thickness and flavor while still keeping it healthy.