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National Flawless Day - Week 2: Forever Clear by iamsutil Posted Thu 13 Oct 2011 11:36pm Hiyeee, so sorry for the lack of updates. I've gone to a vacation and immediately got busy with work right after I got back. I wanted to blog while I was on vacation but I don't have a connection at the hotel, and it just really made me realize that I need to be connected all the time. I almost went gaga when I didn't go online for days...I wa ... Read on »
HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY: FRIEND OR FOE? by Jean B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:54pm Despite my own seemingly age-related shortcomings, I do realize that ageing is a personal experience and that not every old person is dithering, fumbling and doddering their way through life. So why am I? Come to think of it, by modern standards, 60-ish isn’t all that old, but whereas just three and a half years ago I was completing yet anothe ... Read on »
Cookbook Review of Romney Steele's Plum Gorgeous (It Is!) and More Cherry Joy: Cherry Clafoutis & a Cherry Salsa by DebinHawaii Posted Wed 13 Jul 2011 2:58am Never has a cookbook had a more apt title than Romney Steele's Plum Gorgeous: Recipes and Memories of the Orchard . The photos, the recipes, the descriptive prose are all completely and utterly gorgeous. The cover alone looks juicy enough to make me want to pick up the book and take a bite out of it. I had the pleasure of reviewing Steele's My ... Read on »
Cherries, cherries, cherries by SnackingonSunshine Posted Sun 06 Jul 2014 3:30pm   I adore cherries. In the spring, I wander down the streets where I know there are cherry trees ready to shake out their pastel skirts and when they bloom – oh man.  I could spend every dreamy day wandering through the pink blossoms. I get equally excited when the awkward out-of-season cherries are replaced by succulent beauties lik ... Read on »
Cherry Bomb! or... I wanna be a chocolate god part 9: Cherries! by Sinead Patient Expert Posted Fri 19 Jun 2009 4:57pm Birthdays are an excuse for me to do stuff like this. My sweetums loves cherries and balsamic vinegar and fine chocolate. So this is a cake of (you guessed it) cherries, balsamic vinegar, and fine chocolate. Your birthday is the one day a year when you don't have to make any concessions to other people's tastes, so this is when "love it or ... Read on »
Cherry Pie on St Swithin’s day – Cherry Harvest by TopVeg !. Patient Expert Posted Tue 14 Jul 2009 10:00pm On St Swithin’s Day, July 15th,  the vicar and the choirboys of the University Church, Oxford go into All Souls College for cherry pie and coffee, making the most of the cherry harvest. The UK cherry harvest officially starts on the longest day, June 21st, & continues until the end of July.  Heavy rain can ruin the cherries. and birds can clea ... Read on »
CherryPharm Tart Cherry Juice Is Perfect for the Whole Family! by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Fri 02 Apr 2010 5:34pm A lot of the products I review are strictly for kids or moms, so my husband was so thrilled when our samples of CherryPharm tart cherry juice arrived! Yes, cherry juice is great for moms and kids because it’s natural and has been shown in studies to improve sleep habits. But it’s also great for people like my husband who work out because it helps ... Read on »
Playing with Cheese--Etorki Prosciutto & Tart Cherry Risotto and a Grilled Etorki, Spicy Capocolla & Dark Cherry Jam Sandwich by DebinHawaii Posted Tue 04 May 2010 3:01am The usual "Things I Am Loving This Week" post will be back again next week. This week, I bring you...Cheese! So about that non-dairy thing I have been doing for my allergies...well I took a break. It was two words that did me in...two of the best words in the English language--Free Cheese! How could I possibly turn down the offer to sample s ... Read on »
Cherry, cherry by Rachel M. Posted Sat 29 May 2010 10:21pm The in-season produce that is available right now has made for some yummy meals.  I’m so thankful for the millions of cherries I have in my freezer right now – I keep seeing frozen cherries on other blogs and people complaining about how expensive they were and how they would eat more of them if they were more affordable.  Needless to say, ... Read on »
How Very Cherry {Cherry Almond Salad} by Posted Tue 08 Mar 2011 5:29pm Remember when we had lunch at Panera Bread a few months ago? Well, I do. I never forget a flavor that I like. I really liked the cherry-flavored dressing on their Orchard Harvest salad; it was a great combination of sweet and sour that complemented everything else. It took some searching, but I finally located a bottle of cherry balsami ... Read on »