Oct 042013
 

Scrumplicious Food! Blog_MG_1484

Whenever you travel on Virgin Atlantic, you will be delighted by the flight attendants when they come by and ask the passengers if they would like to have any tea or any coffee?

It is with this in mind that I decided to have a little bit of fun in the kitchen.

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May 102013
 

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Why do Oranges rock?

They are a sweet and juicy fruit that contain the almighty Vitamin C.  Oranges are important for different reasons like preventing scurvy, improving respiratory health and improving your general immune system.

When you include oranges in your diet you get Potassium and Calcium as well as fiber and antioxidants. See other benefits.

Oranges are generally used to make orange juice. Traditionally seen as a breakfast item, orange juice is versatile and can be drank at any time of the day. I drink orange juice for breakfast, lunch, mid afternoon and with an evening meal.

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Apr 242013
 

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By now you know that I love HUMMUS. I try and make my own and keep in the fridge for snacking on. I usually make the chick pea/ garbanzo version. But last week, I was tempted into making a lentil version that I found in the March 2012, Martha Stewart Living magazine. The recipe called for cashew butter, but I still had some Tahini from my last batch of hummus. Some Advice. Don’t be afraid to substitute. The hummus came out great.

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Sep 192012
 

Magic Cookie Bars

I was contemplating on what to make for a birthday treat for my hubby when I found this recipe from a pamphlet I had in my recipe goodie bag. I decided to make Magic Cookie Bars from the Eagle Brand group of recipes. This is a very good idea for someone with a sweet tooth. I liked it and chose to change the order a little bit with the same results.

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Aug 182012
 

Last week, on our Photography Facebook page we posted what you can do with bananas that are spotted and looking a bit blemished. We highlighted that you can save the bananas and instead of tossing them into the trash, you can use them to make lovely recipes found here or type Banana on the search bar at the top left corner of the blog. Check it out here.

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