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Web Chef Review: Terry Naturally Curamin Natural Pain Reliever
Apr20

Web Chef Review: Terry Naturally Curamin Natural Pain Reliever

If you have ever wished there was a natural, safe & effective pain reliever out there, Curamin Natural Pain Reliever may be just what you’ve been looking for! Additional benefits are strong antioxidant protection, immune system support, as well as reducing or eliminating pain. Why did Curamin interest you? Having suffered the prolonged and intense pain of arthritis, for many years, I have tried many forms of pain control,...

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Web Chef Review: Ontario Sunchokes at Harvest Barn Country Markets
Oct17

Web Chef Review: Ontario Sunchokes at Harvest Barn Country Markets

I picked up some of these unique, Ontario Sunchokes at Harvest Barn Country Markets in Niagara-on-the-Lake. These strange tubers are called sunchokes, earth apples, sunroots, or Jerusalem artichokes are most often grown organically by small farmers. The sunchokes resemble ginger root but, they are nothing the same. They can be grown throughout Canada and most of the United States. They were originally grown and cultivated by our...

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How to Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs + Video
Apr02

How to Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs + Video

Once you try this recipe for Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs, you will want to make it frequently. It gives you a whole new attitude about deviled eggs, and it’s a real winner for parties, showers or healthy snacks. How To Make Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs: Eggs are a perfect solution to the afternoon munchies combined with avocados, which are high in omegas.  Turmeric & smoked paprika contain magnesium, which assist in weight loss...

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How to Cook Chicken Drumsticks with Tomato Curry and Rice
Nov24

How to Cook Chicken Drumsticks with Tomato Curry and Rice

Tonight, I decided to just wing it in the kitchen for dinner, and also even thought I would allow you to be privy to my thought process when I cook a dinner at home. Let me set the Scene:  I had no idea what I was going to cook. I needed dinner ready, like “Now“.  All I knew is that I was going to make chicken drumsticks because that’s the first thing to decide…what meat to use. The chicken drumsticks were the...

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How to Bake Moroccan Spice Bread for the Bread Machine
Jan29

How to Bake Moroccan Spice Bread for the Bread Machine

Want to learn something new? Learn how to bake Moroccan Spice Bread for the bread machine! This bread is a delicious, spiced homemade bread as an accompaniment to soups and stews. Try this bread recipe with my Moroccan Chickpea Soup – it’s perfect! Type: Bread Recipe Serve With: Softened butter or olive oil, and Moroccan Chickpea Soup Prep Time: 7 min Cook Time: 2 hrs 35 min Yield: 1 loaf Ingredients: 3/4 cup tea or water...

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How to Cook Moroccan Chickpea Soup
Jan29

How to Cook Moroccan Chickpea Soup

Today, I wanted to share with you How to Cook Moroccan Chickpea Soup! I had the craving for chick peas today and decided to do something different with them than making my hummus recipe! Chickpea stew is on order today, as it is snowing outside and because I love to eat soup any day! Lentils can sometimes be substituted or used in addition to the chickpeas. Moroccan spices are filling the household right now, and we all can’t...

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How to Make Coconut Curry Dip for Seafood
Nov04

How to Make Coconut Curry Dip for Seafood

Want to try something a little different with your chilled seafood besides the traditional cocktail sauce? Well, this is a delicious choice that’s healthy too! Type: Sauce Recipe Serve With: Boiled, chilled shrimp, crab, lobster or as a dressing on seafood salad Prep Time: 8 min Yield: 3 cups Ingredients: 1.5 cups tofu 1.5 cups coconut milk juice of 1 lime 2 tbsp honey 2 tbsp curry paste or curry powder 1/2 tsp cumin 1/2 tsp...

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Cool Indian Kitchen Finds

I love bringing home different cultural elements into my globally diverse kitchen! As you know, I love cooking foods from many, many cuisines from around the world… …That’s what makes cooking exciting to me. Now, when I’m preparing something Asian, I like to present it with a great pair of chopsticks and cook it in a wok! That’s what gets you that authentic flavor and feeling to the food. It’s like...

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How to Cook Kimberly’s Curried Beef Stew

I love curries…Indian, Thai, Chinese, African…You name it, I love it! Needed my curry fix today, so I thought I’d try to create a beef curry myself for the 1st time! Delicious!!! Yum! ~ Kimberly Edwards 🙂 Type: Main Serve With: Over Steamed Rice Prep Time: 15 min Cook Time: 1 hr 20 min Yield: Serves 4 Ingredients: 2 lbs Simmer Steak (also called Stewing Beef) – In 1″ pieces 3/4 tsp Sea Salt 1 1/2 tsp...

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How to Make Roasted Chickpeas – aka Leblebi
Jan24

How to Make Roasted Chickpeas – aka Leblebi

Roasted Chickpeas aka Leblebi is a snack made from roasted chickpeas, very popular in Turkey. It is traditionally, eaten alongside of boza as a crunchy snack (see recipe here: Kimberly’s Boza). Not only is this a healthy snack, these are delicious & easy to make. This snack is alleged to also increase breast size – That’s what they say ladies… Roasted Chickpeas – Leblebi: Type: Snack Recipe Serve...

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How to Bake Savory Bulgur Doggy Delights

These treats are very healthy and my pooches Love them! Even my mother’s finicky dog eats them happily. Don’t serve your pooches treats with ingredients you don’t know with preservatives! These treats are easy and fun to make… ~ Kimberly Edwards 😀 Photo left: My inspiration for my doggie recipes, my babies, Kurious, Kaptain & Knosey. * Tip: This recipe is a great way to use up the bulgur you have left from...

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