Recipes

Roasted Garlic

Surprisingly enough the use of garlic for therapeutic purposes dates back to Sanskrit records approximately 5,000 years ago. The Chinese used garlic as far back as 3,000 years ago and ancient Egyptian medical records make reference to garlic dating from 1550 B.C. Even the mighty Roman gladiators were aware of the specific nutritive value of garlic.

Oatmeal: Hearty, Healthy & Soulful


Oatmeal isn't just for breakfast anymore, I make a huge pot, cover it and keep it in the fridge. Morning, noon or night, kids, teens and adults alike will benefit from this delicious, and nutritious dish. In addition to being great tasting, Oatmeal is also a great food for athletes and exercise buffs.

My Big Fabulous Greek Salad

This rich multi-coloured salad, accompanied with a lean piece of Barbecued meat, fish or chicken makes an easy, delicious summer meal that will surely tantalize everyone's taste buds and cool their hot and hearty appetite. Seafood works well as a side dish or simply toss some large tiger prawns or chunks of wild salmon right into the salad.

Let's Talk Turkey

Growing up I remember turkey was only available on celebrated seasonal holidays such as Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Today fresh and frozen turkey is available all year round. Turkey is a leader in the 'lean' meat class, especially turkey breast. It's also compatible for all 4 Blood types.

Ghee



Ghee is an oil with a long, and fascinating history, it has been a staple in Indian cooking for centuries. Ghee is a remarkable staple for athletes, especially when combined with additional Omega-3 oils.

Dressing for Success


Salad dressings and sauces have a long and colourful history, dating back to ancient times. The Chinese have been using soy sauce for 5,000 years; the Babylonians used oil and vinegar for dressing greens nearly 2,000 years ago; and the ever-popular Worcestershire was derived from a sauce used since the days of Caesar.

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