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Shopping & Tea Time in Downtown Asheville by thechiclife Posted Fri 06 Apr 2012 3:55pm Note: I’ve tried to post this blog about 10 times now to no avail….so, now I’m trying it sans photos. If this goes up, I’ll go back and add the photos (if it lets me). Silly blogging software… Note 2: I was able to use my blogging software to get the text up, but I had to manually upload the photos. Sorry for the inconvenience! Hopeful ... Read on »
Edible Flowers by vegematarian Posted Tue 02 Apr 2013 2:48am Note: Recently, I was spoilt by a delicious lunch made by my friends at the Port Phillip EcoCentre. They cooked up a yummy lentil and pumpkin rice dish and served up an amazing side salad using edible flowers. I’ve always admired edible flowers but have never really thought about growing them in my garden and using them in my cooking. Bu ... Read on »
Recipe #182: Braised Chinese Eggplant in a Spicy-Sweet Garlic Sauce by Corey I. Patient Expert Posted Sun 17 Oct 2010 4:03pm We love to go to this fabulous Chinese restaurant in downtown DC called City Lights of China . (The original restaurant 's in Dupont Circle, but they've since opened up a newer location in Bethesda as well.) This restaurant's a favorite of both friends and family alike, and we've had man ... Read on »
Forgotten valentines day cards, dinner at Yu’s Chinese review by Strapples Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Feb 2013 12:00am [Translate] Mom and dads second card front Valentines day D’oh I forgot to get the scanned images of all the valentines day cards up along with a special item I received from a friend of mine named Addy, she is 5 years old yet oh so cute. Awesome little girl DeeDee and Greta have. I have spoke with her via Sk ... Read on »
Chinese New Year at Forbidden City by Jessie E. Posted Mon 20 Sep 2010 7:37pm I woke up this morning with a stomachache from an overdose of buttery biscuits from last night . Next time I’ll stick with a smaller portion of such a rich food. I guess I learned my lesson! I headed to the apartment gym to get in a good run. I lifted weights until my arms were shaky, then decided to try a ... Read on »
Filipino Modern: Beef Adobo Salpicao & Garlic Fried Jasmine Rice by DebinHawaii Posted Sat 06 Dec 2008 12:00am Hawaii is a melting pot of all sorts of food, especially of course, Asian cuisine. Filipino food is not one of the cuisines I am most familiar with or have even cooked before, but I thought these recipes for Beef Adobo Salpicao and Garlic Fried Jasmine Rice in October's Sunset Magazine sounded good.  Filipino food has a strong base in Spanis ... Read on »
List of Essential Oils by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 20 Nov 2011 4:58am Essential oils and aromatherapy have been common healing and therapeutic methods since the first century. There is also documented evidence of essential oils being used by the ancient Egyptian Pharos, who prized the pure plant essence more than gold. Coveted by European Crusaders and primitive South American tribes alike, aromatherapy using ess ... Read on »
Israeli Food Bloggers Event at Mazzarine Patisserie Artisanale by Baroness Tapuzina Posted Sat 23 Jan 2010 10:44am This past Thursday, six of the some of the more interesting (okay, I am biased) Israeli food bloggers got together: Irène of Irène Sharon Hodes Liz of Cafe Liz Miriam of Israeli Kitchen Sarah of Foodbridge Yael of Apples and Honey We had fun learning about each other. Some of us talked about whether we should only foc ... Read on »
You Know It’s Spring in the Midwest When… by IowaGirlEats Posted Mon 04 Apr 2011 8:14pm Don’t feel bad if you didn’t have as nice of weather as we did this past weekend, because we totally paid for it today! (PS you know it’s spring in the Midwest when I mention at least one weather-related item in each post. It turns on a dime, I tell ya’. Snow one minute, 90 degrees the next – it’s too crazy not to share!) Anyways, the w ... Read on »
Aromatherapy for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) by Jennifer Nordin Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 12:26am I usually don't post articles this long, but it is such an excellent overview of what SAD is and how essential oils can be beneficial. My personal favorites for the midwinter blues are grapefruit and orange. Remember, don't apply citrus oils on skin that will be exposed to direct sunlight as skin sensitivity and discoloration can occur. Ms. Gist ... Read on »