BEEFLESS TIPS AND COLLARDS FOR AFRICA The universe won’t hand over it’s plant-eating animals to satisfy the African flesh and blood lust. Oh my God these collards are animal-free? No way! Special recipe designed for Africa with a conscience – Africa forever in my soul! I didn’t have to eat you! Thank God for that!Continue reading “Beefless Tips And Collards For Africa”
MAKING ORANGE RIND MATCHSTICKS The next time you peel an orange to eat, save the peel, especially if it’s a thick peel. Why waste all that flavor when you can prepare it to use as a condiment/seasoning/flavoring in many dishes.
Limes are difficult to squeeze. Even when you firmly roll them on the counter under your hand to loosen the membranes they, unlike the lemon, do not respond as well. If you have a microwave this is what to do: First wash the lime. Next, on the side of the lime make about a 3/4Continue reading “Best Lime Squeeze”
Okay, it’s that time of week again. Our day off. I stuck with the juicing. I’m not quite organized with it, and I’m not even sure if I want to be so structured that I begin to resent it. Let me just say that I’m juicing, not every day, but close. We don’t always haveContinue reading “STRAWBERRY MIMOSAS”
If you don’t wash your oranges and lemons before zesting them, and by wash I mean a thorough rub under running water, then you’re feeding your customers poisons through pesticides. Nobody wants neurotoxins served up on their savory and sweet dishes.
SQUEEZING LEMONS AND LIMES Always squeeze lemons and limes into a cup or bowl, then remove the seeds and add juice to the recipe. If squeezed into the hand to let the juice run through the fingers, the possibility always exists that a seed will slip through too, unbeknownst to you, until one of yourContinue reading “SQUEEZING LEMONS AND LIMES”
FRESH SQUEEZED ORANGE JUICE. When called for in a recipe, please do not substitute frozen concentrate, bottled, or juice from a carton. Use only that which you squeeze from the orange yourself. Frozen orange juice and other premixed orange juices contain added vitamins that can be tasted in a recipe–especially when sauteing with it.
LEMON HORSERADISH SAUCE with chopped parsley, roasted peppers, garlic and tarragon! Serve over, or toss with, steamed veggies of choice, or over oven-roasted root vegetables after you take them from the oven! Makes 2-1/2 cups