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As a child in Southeast Asia, Grace O learned culinary arts by her mother's side in her family's cooking school Read More...
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Spiced Rack of Lamb Lamb and other red meat have vitamin B12 for energy and lysine for repairing tissue. Garlic’s many compounds, including allicin, work in tandem to create a relaxing effect on artery walls, keeping them free of excess … Continue reading
The demand for alternative flours has never been greater, and food companies are delivering
Pork has had to overcome a bit of a bad reputation. Remember the insult, ‘fat as a pig’? The fact is today’s pork has been bred to have 16 percent less fat and 27 percent less saturated fat than 30 … Continue reading
Fermented foods are the new “it” food today, even though fermentation is a centuries-old process that was around
It’s very tempting to call the topic of this blog “pizza” but, instead, I am referring to these endlessly delicious
Many people have never heard of annatto, also called achiote. The closest most of us in North America have
Medical technology has always fascinated me, and I love to explore new healing modalities, especially if
Lamb is a nutritious and delectable protein and one that I like to serve on special occasions or when I just want a change from beef, poultry or pork. But consumption of lamb in the U.S. has plummeted over the … Continue reading
With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, I’m thinking about chocolate. And I don’t mean Hershey’s Kisses!
Cool weather has finally come to Southern California. The nights and early mornings can be quite chilly so what could be better than a warm drink? There’s something very comforting about settling in with a freshly brewed cup of coffee … Continue reading