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For the sake of salt, Rome created a system of remuneration from which we get the word "salary" , nomads domesticated the camel, the Low Countries re Carole Firenze. For more than four thousand years, the olive tree has been a symbol of abundance, peace, and longevity. Gifted by a goddess, revered by ancient cultures, and protected by emperors, the olive tree and its precious fruit have played important roles in civilization. Dubbed "liquid gold" by Homer, olive oil has been used for food, medicine, magic, beauty, and divine rituals. Baseball star Joe DiMaggio is even said to have soaked his bat in olive oil.
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And while it is no longer drawn upon to treat leprosy or massage elephants, the use of this versatile product is growing by leaps and bounds Gifted by a goddess, revered by ancient cultur Susan Wittig Albert. Featuring days of recipes, crafts, gardening recipes, remedies, and more, this special volume is a companion treasury from the author of the China Bayles mysteries. Featuring days of recipes, crafts, gardening recipes, remedies, and more, this special volume is a companion treasury from the author of the China David Woods ; Woods.
This imaginative book includes a list of salsa ingredients and techniques and useful tips to make salsa preparation easy and creative. Each of the recipes offers nutrition information and serving suggestions. Each of the Donna L. Weihofen ; Weihofen. In this collection of simple to sophisticated recipes, Donna Weihofen introduces everyday cooks to the fascinating and flavorful world of spices. The history and qualities for each spice are presented, followed by recipes for appetizers, salads, vegetables, egg dishes, sauces and salsas, side dishes, soups and stews, poultry, fish, and red meats as well as meatless meals and even desserts Spice up every part of your meal with these common spices that are easy to find and simple to use.
Julie Metcalf Cull. A natural remedy for monotonous meals. In ancient times herbs were thought to heal and perform other wonders. While their magic powers may be just folklore, herbs do provide health benefits--like regulating blood sugar and appetite and raising levels of "good" HDL cholesterol. But the real magic of herbs lies in the distinctive flavors they add to foods. They transform low-fat, low-salt meals from, dull to delicious.
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Magic Herbs is a collection of over recipes that make it easy to spice up your diet, using more than 50 types of herbs in savory dishes that are naturally low-fat and While their magic powers may be just fol Alice Cooke Brown. For early American households, the herb garden was an all-purpose medicine chest.
Herbs were used to treat apoplexy lily of the valley , asthma burdock, horehound , boils onion , tuberculosis chickweed, coltsfoot , palpitations saffron, valerian , jaundice speedwell, nettles, toad flax , toothache dittander , hemorrhage yarrow , hypochondria mustard, viper grass , wrinkles cowslip juice , cancers bean-leaf juice , and various other ailments.
But herbs were used for a host of other purposes as well and in this fascinating book, readers will find a wealth of information on the uses Herbs were used to treat apoplexy lily of the valley , asthma burd Not so long ago, parsley was the only fresh herb available to most American cooks. Today, bunches of fresh oregano and rosemary can be found in nearly every supermarket, basil and mint grow abundantly in backyards from coast to coast, and garden centers offer pots of edible geraniums and lemon thyme.
But once these herbs reach the kitchen, the inevitable question arises: Now what do I do with them? Here, at last, is the first truly comprehensive cookbook to cover all aspects of growing, handling, and cooking with fresh herbs. Jerry Traunfeld grew up cooking and gardening in Maryland, but Today, bunches of fresh oregano and rosemary can be found in nearly Paul Prudhomme ; Paul Rico. Marie Matlock. Sharon Shipley. The appeal of lavender extends beyond its fragrance to the rich yet delicate flavor it adds to a variety of foods. Here's the first cookbook to focus on ways the aromatic herb can be used to enhance ordinary ingredients.
More than 90 recipes, such as Grilled Lavender-Honey Chicken, Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms with Lavender Goat Cheese, and Double Chocolate and Lavender Gelato, highlight appetizers, soups, salads, entrees, baked goods, and desserts, with tips on growing and preserving lavender. Here's the first cookbook to focus Kusuma Cooray ; John Morton.