Monthly Archives: February 2012

Cabbage a healthy alternative

Posted on February 27, 2012 by Martin Adler Find new inspiration among the vegetables that are just now in season by rediscovering the traditional food – cabbage. Now that winter’s grip on the country has entered its final phase, it may stretch … Continue reading

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Food From Nature – Get Ready For Berries

Posted on February 21, 2012 by Charles Parson Exploring nature’s pantry, where the berries right now and in the coming months are in abundance. The strawberry season is starting soon and after it has started wild blueberries may be picked in the … Continue reading

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Save time and money by planning your meals

Posted on February 18, 2012 by Martin Adler Avoid stress, impulse buying and queues at the supermarket. By planning your meals you don’t just spend less time on your daily practicalities, you can also save money. If the day doesn’t have enough hours or … Continue reading

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Food From Nature – Using wild mushrooms

Posted on February 16, 2012 by Charles Parson Learn how to get the most out of the wild, edible mushrooms, which you have gathered outdoors. Mushrooms such as chanterelles and boletus, which can be picked in the wild is great in a … Continue reading

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Food From Nature – Mushrooms

Food From Nature – Mushrooms Posted on February 14, 2012 by Charles Parson Learn to pick edible mushrooms that you can find in nature. LearnFromTheChefs.com had a conversation with a mushroom expert, who tells how to get started. They taste great fried … Continue reading

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Our Pasta Boat Review – Learn The Truth Here

An Honest Review With All The Facts About This Popular Cookware Hi and welcome, I assume you came here because you are looking for the truth about the Pasta Boat. You might be wondering if it is worth the money … Continue reading

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Thai Pepper Soup

Posted on February 10, 2012 by Charles Parson Categories : Thai Cuisine One of my favorite Thai restaurants in the US is the Siamese Princess in West  LA. Every time I am in LA I head for at least one meal at this lovely restaurant. I think … Continue reading

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Emailed in – Fermented Tea Leaf Salad

Posted on February 08, 2012 by Charles Parson Categories : Burmese Cuisine When my husband and I visited Burma two years ago, we fell in love with this wonderful salad and we would love to share it anyone who like Southeast Asian food. … Continue reading

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Corn Bean Chowder Recipe – Like My Mother Used To Make It!

Posted on February 06, 2012 by Lisa Parson Hi! For several weeks, I have been looking for a recipe for Corn Bean Chowder. I had misplaced the only copy I had. –It came from Kitchen Club (a radio program that gave recipes, etc) it … Continue reading

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Lentils – Puerto Rican Style

Posted on February 04, 2012 by Charles Parson Categories : Puerto Rican Cuisine Hi! If you would like to try something different the next time you go camping, or just making some BBQ, you might want to give this recipe a try. It’s what I call … Continue reading

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Pork Chops with Plum Sauce

Posted on February 02, 2012 by Martin Adler Categories : Asian Cuisine Here is a great recipe if you like pork chops but want to try something different. It is easy to cook but the you will need to marinade the pork chops … Continue reading

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