Archive for the ‘food’ Category

Delicious Homemade Crêpes

March 25, 2013

crepe von heute

It takes me only five minutes to make these awsome crispy, thin delicious crêpes.  I had some for breakfast this morning. I am so glad that I could find out how to make (very quickly!) thin crispy crêpes.


Really? Ginseng Can Help Relieve Fatigue

June 20, 2012

from New York Times

by Anahad O’Connor

Known for its bitter taste and potent effects, ginseng has for ages had a reputation as a natural energy booster.

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Fried breakfasts …

January 28, 2012

… aren’t bad for the heart – as long as you use sunflower or olive oil.

The Great British Breakfast may be healthier than you think – providing it’s fried in olive or sunflower oil. Scientists claim a fry-up doesn’t increase the risk of heart disease or early death, depending on the type of oil used.
by Jenny Hope

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Zuzana’s Power Balls

January 5, 2012

Zuzana's Power Balls

Keeping Greens Green

November 15, 2011

by C. Claiborne Ray

Q. When greengrocers drench vegetables with water every few minutes, does it keep them fresh or hasten spoilage?

A. The hydration of green vegetables is a delicate balance between too much and too little, said Randy W. Worobo, an associate professor of food microbiology at Cornell University.

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Waxworm Tacos

August 24, 2011

Girl Meets Bug

The Bug Shop