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A Pease Journey


Remnants of dried peas were found in Egyptian tombs. Hot pea soup was sold by Athenian vendors to passersby. The Romans served them with poultry or meat and vegetables added to them. In the middle ages, peas were a main staple food that kept the peasants well-fed during the harsh winter months. The Chinese grew pea pods and ate them fresh. The old Anglo-Saxon word pease was later changed to pea in modern English.The French court of Louis XIV were fond of petit pois,or baby peas that were too expensive for the common Frenchman.

Cooking Instructions For Prime Rib Roast


Have you been searching for cooking instructions for prime rib roast and still can?t find a recipe that will give you the juicy and tender prime rib roast that you deserve? The reason may be that recipes only give you the basic ingredients for cooking and not the cooking instructions for prime rib roast.

Cookware: What You Need And What You Don?t


Cookware is always a rather contentious subject. I have seen chefs turn up to even the simplest of cooking jobs carrying more than it would take to maintain your average oil tanker (though maybe this is not the best use for your cookware), when all that was really needed was a knife and something to sharpen it with.

Low Carb Barbeque Sauce


Is there such a thing as low carb bbq sauce recipes? The answer is yes! You can enjoy all that barbequing has to offer with several different low carb barbecue recipes.

Chicken Wings with Oyster Sauce


Chicken wings with oyster sauce

Low Fat French Toast


French toast was one of my favorite breakfast foods when I was little. Dieting can be hard, especially when you can not enjoy many of the foods that you love. Here is a twist on the traditional french toast recipe, that once used to be high in fat. With just a few modifications you can turn french toast into a healthy food. I make this for my husband and he can not even tell that this is a low fat version. It's also been tested on Marines in my house and they loved it. So share it with your family and turn breakfast into a healthy meal.

Nutritious Chocolate Recipes


Are you eating enough fruit lately? How about chocolate? Well, here are three cool ways to make sure you're getting enough of both of these important foodstuffs this summer and both are very quick and easy.

Tuna Patties With Lemon Dill Sauce


Lean protein is your diet is essential to weight loss and weight maintenance. Tuna fish is an excellent source of lean protein as it is lower in fat than red meats.

Straight Talk from a Comfort Foodie: Strudel Makes the Woman


Strudel Makes the Woman

Staight Talk from a Comfort Foodie: World Peace Through Vegetarianism


I became a vegetarian in the early 80?s. The Czech refugee I had lived with forbade any meat products from entering the little hovel we called home. I didn?t own a car then, and only traveled as far as my Raleigh three-speed English racer could take me. On Fridays that was to the home of a well-respected psychotherapist whose house I cleaned. When my chores were finished I?d welcome myself to her stocked pantry, and indulge on a simply prepared can of Star-Kist. I had to time that lunch well enough in advance of my homecoming as not to carry any lingering fish on my breath, otherwise I might not hear the end of a long speech about how Krishna may have incarnated into that same tuna that I had so ravenously devoured.

Straight Talk from a Comfort Foodie - Simpler Times


When it was unfolding, I never thought I lived in ?simpler times?. That would have described pioneer days, or the world prior to the industrial revolution. Simpler times would, one day, be John-Boy and the rest of the Walton gang having dinner with Grandma and Grandpa. I was a child of the sixties, a Kennedy baby, jaded by a revolution that was counter-culture and in full regalia by the time of the Moonwalk?the ?where were you?? moment of my wonder years. We watched young soldiers in bloodied Technicolor and civil riots in black and white. The world around me seemed anything but simple.

Straight Talk from a Comfort Foodie - The Gravy Train


In all fairness to my mother and the great homemaker that she is, our family did enjoy the fruits of her ?from scratch? dishes. She made great tuna fish sandwiches, and her pancake batter never had any lumps. Pepper steak from the electric wok was one of my favorites; I didn?t care for the peppers, or the onions for that matter, but the thin slices of beef that had been soaked through and through with salty teriyaki sauce was right on the money. Come to think of it, that may have been the only dish that mom made that had sauce. I just seem to remember most of my childhood meals being very dry. I don?t think she liked gravy much, because we never got it; which was the case with a lot of seemingly traditional foods.

Straight Talk from a Comfort Foodie - Moms Remedy for the Blues


As puberty crept up and I became a passive passenger on the roller coaster of hormones, there?d come days that I just couldn?t shake the blues. It was a Jekyll and Hyde scenario that would haunt me for most of my fertile years. I never thought to look at the cause: my body was gearing up for a wham-bam of reproductive activity. I would only treat the symptoms, which were moodiness and the ability to bite someone?s head off. My mother, Champion of Chocolate, held the key to my happiness. We were driving in her car one night, my mother in that flame red Cadillac sedan Deville, when she turned to me and said,

Straight Talk from a Comfort Foodie - Fast Food


My parents lived for convenience when it came to feeding their children. I was a Beech-Nut kid, and breast-feeding wasn?t my mother?s idea of liberation. I was weaned on A&W root beer served by a car-hop at a local joint called ?Suds n? Dogs.? Dad was a cosmetic salesman, and, though he was raised in an orthodox Jewish household by a mother that adhered to the kosher principles, he lived on a steady diet of quick stop specialties regardless of their orientation.

Swordfish, a Nutritious and Healthy Addition to Any Diet


Swordfish belongs to the group of fish that have recently become more appreciated for their contribution of omega-3 essential oils to the diet. These fats, which have to be provided by the diet, have now been shown to have a host of health giving benefits including combatting rheumatoid arthritis, heart attacks, high blood pressure, clogged arteries, psoriasis, asthma, inflammatory bowel disease, multilple sclerosis and even mirgraine headaches. Doctors and nutritionists now recommend three portions of fatty fish per week to get the full health giving benefits.

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