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QUICK COOKED EGG FRIED RICE WITH AVOCADO SALAD ONIONS & HORSERADISH 4 persons Sounds odd I know, but this combination really works, easy, delicious vegetarian snack or main course. Preparation time:- 10 minutes. Cooking time:- 10 minutes. 4 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 2 large eggs, beaten 4 x 115g microwavable basmati rice, re heated in the microwave 2 ripe avocadoes, cubed 2 fresh basil pots, chopped roughly 6 salad onion, sliced diagonally salt pepper 2 tbsp horseradish Heat the oil in a wok; add the beaten egg and cook until very dry, stirring all the time. Add the warmed rice and really mix well. Then add the avocado, basil and spring onions. Season well with salt and pepper, then add the horseradish, again mix well. Serve in deep bowls. Copyright Phil Vickery July 2008
6 Jan 2009
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Hold onto your baguettes, extra virgin olive oil is in a cask. Thank Australian Jeremy Meltzer from Yellingbo, Like the NY Times says Yellingbo is 'liquid gold' and everyone likes a little bling with their bite!
27 Feb 2010
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******* Benefits of eating extra virgin olive oil.
18 Jun 2009
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Chef Nora Pouillon from Restaurant Nora creates a Hearts of Palm Salad. Dressed with preserved lemon peel, cilantro, Italian parsley, extra virgin olive oil, and grass-fed organic cured beef, this salad will fill you up & keep you light.
15 Sep 2009
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Now through May 9, 2010, Olive Garden is offering Italian food lovers a chance to win a culinary tour of Italy and an insider’s look at Olive Garden’s Culinary Institute of Tuscany. The sweepstakes, co-sponsored by Olive Garden and COLAVITA® Extra Virgin Olive Oil, will reward four grand-prize winners with an eight-day guided trip for two to explore and discover the sights, sounds and tastes of Italian culture. 500 runners up will be awarded a $25 Olive Garden gift card. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******multivu.prnewswire****/mnr/olivegarden/43118/
1 Apr 2010
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*******www.ecobold****/natural-eco-friendly-and-green-baby-products-part-2-2/ This is the continuation of our Natural, Eco-friendly and Green Baby Products, an amazing guide with the safest and greenest products for your children. Life Factory Baby bottles: they make glass baby bottles that are not only safe for your kid, but also for our environment, it's non-toxic, BPA-free, phthalate-free, PVC-free and FDA approved. The silicon sleeve is made with medical grade silicone. This glass baby feeding bottle will make your kid love his/her bottle as much as I loved mine ;) Mama K's Clay: this kids clay is a fun play clay that's so safe you'd not believe it. It's made with 100% natural ingredients and they can put it in their mouth. They're scented to ease tension, calm, treat anxiety and other things in between. Ingredients list: certified gluten-free flour, salt, extra virgin olive oil, natural colors and organic essential oils. Choices are: lavender, lemon grass, geranium, sweet orange, chamomile and cardamom and bergamot. Piggy Paint nailpolish: this is one of the safest kids nailpolish (and adult also!) it's non-toxic and the nail polish remover is even odorless! It's a water based nail polish formula that's hypoallergenic and comes in fun, vibrant colors. Oh and of course, it's cruelty-free and not tested on animals. Muu Furniture: this non-toxic and unique baby and kids furniture is just amazing and beautiful. They're made with sustainable wood or recycled wood and painted with VOC-free finish. The panels are interchangeable so you can change it as your kids grow (or change it from a boy to a girl theme, or vice versa). Made in the US. Eco-Gear: this kids backpack is an environmentally friendly kids bag made with organic cotton, and is PVC free. The dyes are non-toxic, and even the few plastic components are made out of recycled plastic. They've a bunch of cute and different animal themes to chose from. I hope you enjoyed our best baby gifts and kids products and that your child is living a safe and more natural life! Everything in this guide would also make a great baby shower gift! You can watch Part 1 here: www.ecobold****/natural-eco-friendly-and-green-baby-products
7 Jul 2010
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Bread for Dough supports marketing efforts for the Manhater movie including production of the Live or Die web series. If you’ve enjoyed this episode and the full Bread for Dough series, please consider a small thank you donation to the effort. Indie movie production is an enormous challenge, likely to remain so for the foreseeable future. Your donation supports not just this effort but my forward momentum (to documentaries next). www.manhatermovie**** (PayPal Donate button on upper right) Thank you for your consideration. Fearless baking to you! Phil Calderone Today's recipe: Rosemary Olive Bread – enjoy with a fine red wine and your favorite dinner (slightly improved from the video) 2 ½ cups white flour, 4 tablespoons wheat gluten flour, 2 tablespoons sugar, ½ teaspoon salt, 1/3 cup chopped fresh rosemary, ½ cup coarsely chopped kalamata olives, 3/4 cup water, 
2 egg whites, 4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil.
31 Oct 2010
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*******www.Kenmore****/GeniusTips Olive oil vs butter: Can I substitute oil? Chef, Caesar Fay advocates the use of extra virgin olive oil instead of butter, because its healthier and tastier! Hows that for a genius tip? Is Kenmore good at finding the best tips on cooking around? Regarding olive oil vs butter, if youre asking, Can I subsitute oil? visit us online for more Thats Genius tips!
5 Nov 2010
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More info and coupon code here: *******www.ecobold****/natural-shaving-by-oliveology/ This natural shaving gel by Oliveology is the best you'll find out there. It's made with 100% natural ingredients and one of them is extra virgin olive oil which helps moisturize your skin much faster. A natural and safe alternative for a shaving gel that's better for you and for the environment. They say that most shave products contain irritating chemicals, which dries the skin. Oliveology contains no irritating chemicals, and in fact will moisturize your skin because of the olive oil. It combats ingrown hair and prevents cuts and bumps. On top of everything else it preserves the life of your blade and razor. Blades need oil, not foam and the oil helps keep its live much longer, which will also save you money. It works well with all skin types, and it's especially recommended for sensitive or dry skin, as well as hypoallergenic skin. And yes, this is for men, women and for the ladies out there, yes you can use this for the bikini area. Oliveology was founded by Andy Bello from Naples, Italy and back there they use olive oil for almost everything. His parents, after they were done cooking, had remains of olive oil in their hands and instead of washing it, they'd rub it in their face. At the age of 80 they had better looking skin that most 50 year old who were using chemical products in their face. And this is how the company started. Per their website, please note that Oliveology is a soothing oil gel. Foaming agents don't influence the quality of the shaving experience, and can actually irritate skin. They also cause oxidation of the blades, shortening their life spa. Save money by using our coupon code for a 25% off discount. They have two different sizes and the small one can be taken in your check in bag. They will also be coming up with other products such as a natural body gel, shampoo and other skincare products. Highlights: - Natural - Fragrance free - Hypoallergenic - No artificial colors - Extends life of blade Ingredients list: Purified water, olive oil, denatured alcohol (from corn), glycerin, hydroxyethyl cellulose (from cotton) isopropyl myristate (from coconut oil), vitamin E, aloe vera, sangre de grado extract, potassium sorbate & sodium benzoate.
20 Dec 2010
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*******www.suprememastertv**** Welcome to vegetarianism: The Noble Way of Living. My name is Philip Gelb. I am a vegetarian chief, living in Oakland, California. Today, I'm going to show you how to make a vegan ravioli. And we're going to make a tofu cashew ricotta cheese, we're going to make out our own dough, and we're also going to make a nice pesto to top the ravioli with. Now, pesto is not a dish in and of itself; it's really a method, so there is not actual recipe for making pesto. The idea is to improvise with what you like, but the most classic pesto is made out of basil, pine nuts, garlic, salt, pepper, and extra virgin olive oil. When making pesto and using olive oil raw it's very important to use a very high quality extra virgin olive oil to get the highest flavors
7 Jan 2011
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WIN a Riverford Cook Book by entering the competition here: *******www.riverford******/pages/cookbook/ Ingredients: 500g courgettes -- trimmed & cut roughly into pieces the size of an almond 90g whole blanched almonds 2 tsp good curry powder salt & pepper 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil mint leaves cut into fine ribbons Trim the courgettes and cut them into almond size pieces. Mix with the almonds, curry and salt and pepper. Cover the bowl and leave it for 15 mins. Take a large pan and heat the oil over a large flame. Put in the courgette mixture and cook, stirring regularly until golden. Throw in the mint, season the courgettes and eat straight away. Enjoy.
21 Jun 2011
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WIN a Riverford Cook Book by entering the competition here: *******www.riverford******/pages/cookbook/ Ingredients: broadbeans, block of feta cheese, fresh mint, 1 lemon, extra virgin olive oil, salt pepper Drop the broad beans into boiling water for a couple of mins. When they've softened pull them out and drain. Toss the beans in a bowl with the olive oil and the juice of the lemon. Crumble in as much feta cheese as you like. Chop the mint and add to the beans and feta. Season to your taste and serve. Enjoy.
21 Jun 2011
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Using Right Oils in Your Kitchen - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. When determining what kind of oil to use for cooking, it is important to first think of flavor. Often when you are cooking onions, you might want to use better, that's the best flavor. But if you are cooking with Mediterranean flavors, you might want to use extra virgin olive oil. Keep in mind, however, that butter and extra virgin olive oil have a low smoke point which means they start to burn when the food gets a little too hot. So if you are going to cook something at a high temperature, you will probably want to use canola, peanut oil or safflower oil.
27 Jun 2011
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Foods That Enhance Cardiovascular Health - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. Mediterranean-type foods like extra virgin olive oil and fruit; figs are phenomenally heart-healthy, dark leafy greens, like spinach is super good for your heart and your blood vessels. Exercise, of course we can’t forget the exercise, because that’s going to be really good for your heart. Whole grains, oatmeal of course is my favorite whole grain for breakfast, and then there are other whole grains. Americans are just simply not eating enough whole grains and enough fiber; so, there are plenty of whole grains out there that people should be trying to get into their day. So, always think brown for whole grains, like brown rice instead of white. And these days you can look on the labels and you’ll see more and more products are being made with whole grain. Popcorn is a whole grain, and people didn’t know that, so eat your popcorn, but just not the movie theater kind, pop up your own. I pop popcorn in a brown paper bag in the microwave and then season it myself, and that’s a phenomenal snack and super heart-healthy. So, I recommend the Mediterranean style of eating because the food tastes great and the lifestyle is phenomenal, and people live a long, healthy life.
4 Jul 2011
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There is something rich and wonderful about the simplicity of squash. Roasting brings out all the natural sugars and deep, rich colors that makes it one of our favorite dishes for Thanksgiving. This rendition adds a bit of sweet and savory taste to the meal with the unexpected addition of pistachios and Medjool dates. Don't be surprised if it becomes a requested "favorite" for the family holidays. This is the link to the recipe: *******www.oliveoilsource****/article/butternut-squash-gratin-dates-and-pistachios-0 This is the olive oil we used for this recipe: *******boutique.oliveoilsource****/content/olive-oil-source-italian-blend-extra-virgin-olive-oil-0 You will find a whole line of organic and domestic extra virgin olive oils, balsamic vinegars and everything but the olive at The Olive Oil Source Boutique: *******boutique.oliveoilsource**** and The Olive Oil Source Wholesale Store: *******wholesale.oliveoilsource****.
3 Nov 2011
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*******knifeskills***okingvideorecipes**** Vegetable Stock Prepare the Mirepoix vegetables. Get a medium size stock pot and place it over a medium-high heat. Add blended oil -- 75% canola oil and 25% extra virgin olive oil. Then add your mirepoix vegetables - 50% onion, 25% celery, 25% carrots including a little bit of leak. Give it a nice stir to give the vegetables a nice coating. Then turn the heat to about medium and sweat the vegetables for about five or six minutes. Keep on stirring the vegetables with your kitchen spoon and let them start cooking evenly. After the vegetables have been sweating five or six minutes and become translucent, add parsley stems, a little bit of thyme and add enough water to cover the vegetables in the pot. You may add 8-10 black peppercorn to the mix. Then bring your stock up to a simmer and reduce the heat. Make sure not to boil it. Once you come up to a simmer, reduce the heat and let the stock to simmer for about 45 minutes. While the stock is simmering, using your skimmer, start pulling out the excess fat and any impurities every once in a while. After 45 minutes of simmering, turn the heat off and let the stock sit for about five minutes. Then pour the contents of the pot into the chinois to get your vegetable stock. To store, place the stock into a container, and freeze it for later use.
26 Dec 2011
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