My Pesto Recipe
A few years ago, I purchased my first jar of pesto to help me get a rough idea on how its suppose to taste. To my surprise, I could hardly even taste the main ingredient, which is Basil. It was kind of embarrassing to think that some People/Companies will put anything on a shelf to sell to other people, just to make money. In this post, I share my recipe, with my secret ingredient that takes your normal pesto, to a whole new level.
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Easter is a big religious holiday for christians, celebrating the resurrection of christ after his crucifixion and death. It wasn’t until later in life that I got to learn about the Easter Bunny dropping off eggs, the baskets filled with chocolate and all that good stuff.
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Do you buy applesauce from the grocery store, or don’t even know what an applesauce is. No need to be embarrassed, years ago I had no idea what an applesauce was until I came across recipes like apple mouse,apple pie etc.
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My Natural Flavored Teething cookies
Every baby experiences teething differently. Some babies experience little to no symptoms, while others suffer excruciating pain. For those babies who suffer from pain due to the inflammation of tender gum tissue, they show their pain through whining and crying.
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Potato goulash, one out of many dishes in Austria is a one pot dish. My chicken potato goulash is inspired by the Austrian potato goulash, which is made using sausages ( wurst in Deutsch). I used chicken in this recipe mainly because I find it more healthy, but you can replace the chicken with mushrooms if you are a vegetarian .
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Fresh homemade baby juice is cheap and very easy to make. From 6 months, natural juices can be introduced to a baby, that being said, some mother’s may start when their baby turns one.
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Chicken stock, one of my go to stocks to always have. It is very versatile because of its rich, yet soft flavor. A good chicken stock has good body, rich, full flavor, clarity and may have a light yellow color.
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Organized doesn’t just mean tidy. Beginning of this year, I was on the phone with an old friend, having a talk. I remember asking about her big Goals for the Year. She quickly responded saying “I never meet any,so why bother making one”. The chances of achieving any Goals in life is zero when one is not Organized.
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Although the word croutons sounds fancy, it is simply cubed and sautéed or rebaked bread. In French, the word croûton means “crust”. It is served with the famously known Caesar salad for added texture and flavor.
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I know that not every one out there is a big fun of cream soups. If you are reading this post and happen to be a cream soup hater, I strongly suggest you try this sweet, yet spicy naturally rich carrot ginger cream soup.
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