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Learn how Baraka Neit Pots are hand made in the US and are a holistic alternative for sinus care. Get relief from sinus congestion due to colds, flu, allergies or chronic sinus problems with nasal rinsing with our neti pots. We also make infused sinus salts and sinus rejuvenation oil to promote sinus health. Breathe easy this cold and flu season visit: *******www.sinussupport**** and try one of our proven holistic sinus remedies.
13 Jan 2011
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Learn the Jealously Guarded Secrets Behind Dishes From Billion Dollar Restaurants Like The Cheesecake Factory®, KFC®, The Olive Garden®, PF Chang's®, Red Lobster®, Chili's®... (plus many others) and learn How to Easily Make Them at Home! Visit ==> *******americasecretrecipes**** Servings: 4-6 Ingredients: * 2 1/2 cups idaho potato flakes * 1/2 cup margarine * 2 tablespoons butter * 2 1/2 cups hot water * 3/4 cup milk * 1 teaspoon salt Directions: Prep Time: 2 mins Total Time: 4 mins 1. Heat water add butter and margarine till melted. 2. Add the salt and cook for 2 minutes. 3. Add the flakes and mix till it looks like regular potatoes. 4. Add milk to proper consistency. 5. Serve with gravy.
16 Jan 2011
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY ZHENG HWUANG CHIA You're watching multisource health and global video news analysis from Newsy. When it comes to food – the sky is the limit. Who needs a regular chicken taco... when you can have Tacos de Chapulines? (Image from: Gourmet Magazine) The food blog Bwog explains. “ ‘Chapulines’ is the Nahuatl-derived word for a type of grasshopper common to Mexico’s Oaxaca, and they are usually roasted with salt and citrus juice until they become as crispy as potato chips.” Taco Bell, watch out. Up next – meet Durian – the so-called “king of fruit.” “The durian is a Southeast Asian delicacy. Even though it is said to smell like rotting flesh, just how smelly is it?” (Sky One) On his show ‘No Reservations’, celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain says after eating the fruit: “Your breath will smell as if you'd been French-kissing your dead grandmother.” Oo – that’s enticing. Next on the menu – warning: it’s not for the faint of heart. We have Filipino Balut. It’s a nearly-developed duck egg. Weird Foods paints its popularity: “Balut in the Phillipines are sold just like hot dogs in America with street vendors yelling and pushing the cart.” Filipinos calls balut their little blue pill. National Geographic has the doses. MAN 1: “I have 16 children and five wives because of the balut.” MAN 2: “It’s good for sex. Yea, that’s Filipino.” If you think blue cheese is evil – you have not met the world’s most dangerous cheese – Casu Marzu, or affectionately known as Maggot Cheese. Channel 4 gives you the juice. “The cheese is then left for two to three months in the dark, cool hut by which time the flies eggs will have hatched into larvae. This is the moment of magic. The pecorino cheese has been transformed into Cazu Marzu.” Casu Marzu is a delicacy in Sardinia. But – it has been declared illegal and not in compliance with EU standards. Locals protested, saying they have been eating it for hundreds of years without any problems. In fact the blog I Love Cheese says the locals do take some precautions: “[They] will tell you the spicy, creamy cheese is only okay to eat if the maggots are still moving. Apparently, once the maggots are dead, the Casu Marzu has gone bad...” So – what is the most bizarre food that you know? Have you tried it yet? Share your freaky foods with us in our comments section. Get more multisource health video news analysis from Newsy.
18 Jan 2011
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Open Air Lifestyles, LLC extensive all weather wicker chaise lounge collections are unsurpassed in style and comfort. Sun, Salt and hours of lounging will never harm any of these collections. Standing alone or accompanying other furniture sets, any of these collections will bring an upscale look, no matter if it's around a pool or a patio.
20 Jan 2011
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People often ask me for my pancake recipe. Pancakes are also known as flapjacks, hotcakes, and griddle cakes. You can buy packaged mixes but they're expensive and unnecessary. Let me show you how easy and economical it is to make pancakes from scratch. All you need is: 1 ¼ cups, or 180 grams of sifted all-purpose flour. 1 tablespoon or 10 grams of baking powder 1 tablespoon, or 10 grams of sugar ½ teaspoon, or a good pinch of salt 1 beaten egg 1 cup, or 250 mL of milk 2 tablespoons or 30 mL of olive or sunflower oil and an ungreased crepe pan. Sift the flour, baking powder, salt, and sugar into one bowl. Then mix the milk, oil, and beaten egg into another bowl. Pour the mixture over the flour. Stir using a wooden spoon until the dry flour disappears. The batter must be lumpy, so don’t over-mix it. This is the secret for fluffy and light pancakes. Pre-heat the crepe pan. Using a small ladle, or a large spoon, put some batter onto the pan. Start with a circle of about 10 centimeters or so until you get the hang of it. After that you can make smaller or larger pancakes as you wish. Let the pancake cook for about 40 to 45 seconds. You’ll see bubbles forming on top, and if you look carefully you’ll notice the edges will begin to stiffen. Lift the edge of the pancake with the spatula and check if the color underneath is golden brown. If it is, flip it over and cook it for another 30 to 40 seconds. The pancakes should be eaten immediately while they’re piping hot. Traditionally, pancakes are eaten with salted butter and real maple syrup, but the possibilities are endless. You can serve them with Nutella, honey, or jam for example. Strawberries and whipped cream is also very nice. Use your imagination! Making pancakes from scratch is an easy and economical alternative to packaged pancake mixes. It also makes for a good activity that you can share with friends and family. Buon appetito! See you next time!
8 Feb 2011
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Chef, restaurateur and writer Mark Hix, (former competitor in Great British Menu) shows how to make fried turkey egg with spring vegetables Serves 4 Turkey eggs are rather like duck eggs and have a firmer white than a hen’s egg and a much larger yolk so are perfect for egg dishes like this. You can use a selection of seasonal vegetables for this dish depending what’s available, you can remove the outer skins from the broad beans if they are large or I tend to leave the small ones on otherwise you end up buying kilos of broad beans for a couple servings 4 turkey eggs 2tbls rapeseed oil 40g shelled weight of peas, cooked 70-80 podded weight of broad beans, cooked any other seasonal vegetables like green beans, sprue asparagus, samphire etc 1tbls chopped parsley 80g good quality salted butter Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper Heat the rapeseed oil in a small non stick frying pan on a low heat. Crack in the egg, season the white with a little sea salt and cook very gently until the white has just set then transfer to serving plates and keep warm in a very low oven until the rest of the eggs are cooked. Do the same with the rest of the eggs (in a couple of pans at a time preferably) and keep them warm on plates in a very low oven. Meanwhile melt the butter in another pan and heat the vegetables and parsley and season to taste. Scatter the vegetables and butter over the eggs and serve immediately.
1 Mar 2011
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How to survive nuclear radiation exposure from Japan using Sea Salt and Tanning Lotion
17 Mar 2011
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The new revolutionary Grass Stitcher *******www.grassstitcher****/Eco_Friendly.html repairs any lawn injury including what the winter has left you. When the snow sits on your grass for an extended length of time, you could have snow mold disease grass damage. It's a lawn patch that has a white or pink color to it. The best remedy is to get oxygen in there to help it dry out. Planting grass seed will likely be necessary if the grass disease is severe enough. The Grass Stitcher does both, it effortlessly perforates through the grass spots for improved oxygen and lawn seed germination, then broadcast grass seed and watch it grow. Works excellent for salt and snow plow damage too.
12 Apr 2011
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Unusual Gift for Fathers - Cowhide - as part of the Product Guide series by GeoBeats. These are our natural Cowhides. They make a great area rug or wall hanging. Come in several different natural patterns. Each one individual from individual cows, from black and white, to a brindle, salt and pepper. There is one for every taste.
14 Jun 2011
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WIN a Riverford Cook Book by entering the competition here: *******www.riverford******/pages/cookbook/ Ingredients: 400g trimmed broccoli 250g unsalted butter 3 egg yolks Juice of 1 lemon Pinch of cayenne pepper 2 teaspoons wholegrain mustard 1 teaspoon chopped tarragon 1 teaspoon chopped chives To make hollandaise sauce, melt butter in pan Heat water in separate pan till simmering. Put egg yolks, lemon and cayenne pepper into bowl and set on top of pan to heat. Whisk till slightly thickened. Whisk in butter into mixture till sauce is thick and glossy. Stir in mustard and herbs and season with salt and pepper. Cook broccoli in pan of salted water till tender then drain and refresh under cold tap. Alternatively, if not barbecuing, heat a ridged griddle pan till very hot and cook broccoli until charred on both sides.
21 Jun 2011
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WIN a Riverford Cook Book by entering the competition here: *******www.riverford******/pages/cookbook/ Ingredients: 2 cleaned and sliced leeks a knob of butter 150g cooked chopped bacon 300ml double cream 100ml milk 2 garlic cloves, crushed 800 g thickly sliced potatoes salt & pepper Comfort food at its very best! Melt butter in saucepan and gently sweat leaks till soft. Add bacon, garlic, cream and milk and bring to a boil before taking off the heat. Season with salt and pepper and mix in potatoes so flavours can mingle. Pour into gratin dish, cover with foil and bake at 180C for 50mins till potatoes are tender. Remove and sprinkle with parmesan, then finish under grill for 15mins until cheese is golden brown.
21 Jun 2011
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WIN a Riverford Cook Book by entering the competition here: *******www.riverford******/pages/cookbook/ Ingredients: 500g shelled broad beans 350g penne 100g pancetta or smoked streaky bacon, cut into fine batons 1 tablespoon butter or olive oil 1 garlic clove, crushed 200ml double cream a small bunch of mint, roughly chopped 2 tablespoons freshly grated Parmesan cheese Gorgeous summer recipe. Enjoy as main course or accompaniment with another dish. Cook broad beans in salted water for a few minutes till tender. Drain and set aside. (If you feel beans are becoming a little tough, you can pinch the ends and slip them out of their skins). Cook pasta in salted water until almost done but still firm and springy. Whilst pasta is cooking, fry bacon in pan with butter or oil. When it starts to brown, throw in garlic and stir -- keep it moving for a minute or so, so garlic doesn't brown. Stir in cream, Parmesan and broad beans. Leave to bubble for a minute or two, then throw in mint, salt and pepper to taste. As soon as pasta is done, toss everything into one pan and serve immediately.
21 Jun 2011
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