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“Lively Up” those Boring Gluten Free Breads (and all breads) with an Herb and Olive Oil Dip by Doug Wallace Posted Sat 06 Jul 2013 8:14pm I wasn't "feeling" those "healthy breads" until I toasted some up and made this dip I don't have any gluten issues, and I know bread has been eaten since the beginning of Civilization, and if there was any inherit issues with bread persay, it would have been filtered out of diets over thousands of years. Nonetheless, although I am ... Read on »
Bread, tomato and olive oil by Maria Verivaki Patient Expert Posted Fri 08 May 2009 11:07pm Despite its humble looks and origins, bread and oil sustained the Greek people for many years. The famine that killed thousands in Athens during WWII did not affect the Cretans in the same way. In the capital city of Athens, people had no access to bread and oil. They had money, but could not buy anything with it because there was no food availab ... Read on »
Lemon Rosemary Olive Oil Bread by Nicole G Posted Sun 21 Mar 2010 1:57pm Made this bread with my sister, and she was reading off the ingredient list and forgot to tell me to put sugar in! Haha! It actually came out just fine, and tastes more savory. But, mmm I would've liked a little sweetness. This bread is made with whole wheat flour and contains lots of healthy fats from the olive oil. Enjoy! Ing ... Read on »
rustic bread with sun-dried tomatoes, herbs & olive oil by Nadia Posted Mon 27 Dec 2010 4:03am During the holiday season everything is circled around traditions and old memories. Traditions for gathering families together and memories with simple food, lots of love and a slice of bread… In Russia and Bulgaria there is a simple tradition with raising children – the elders always help and of course, I was no exception to the rule ... Read on »
DOUBLE Friday Giveaway! Specialty Olive Oil and Gourmet Gluten Free Bread! by The Picky Eater Posted Fri 21 Jan 2011 12:00am Hi Everyone! I’m very excited to announce my first giveaway of the new year – and given that it is my first giveaway this year, I thought I’d kick things off with a DOUBLE giveaway! I received so many great products over the holidays that I just couldn’t wait to space them out into multiple giveaways So how does a double giveaway wor ... Read on »
Rosemary and Olive Oil Farmhouse Bread by Brandi Posted Mon 09 Jan 2012 10:19pm How are your resolutions going? How are we already 10 days into 2012? Did you make any this year? Do you have un-fun goals or good ones? I’ve never been big on New Year’s Resolutions. If I want to do something bad enough, I would hope I could make that goal and work on it any time during the year. But I definitely have s ... Read on »
Cauliflower and Apple Soup with Olive Oil-Fried Bread by Alexandra S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 Jan 2012 7:11am Cauliflower eluded my kitchen for far too long. I discovered it only about a year ago, in roasted form at high heat tossed with nothing but olive oil and kosher salt, a method which produces perfectly charred salty florets, addictive bites that lead me to eat heads of cauliflower in single sittings. Today, while those crispy bits have ... Read on »
How to Make Stored Tomatoes in Olive Oil and Fresh Basil by OCnaturaldoc Health Maven Posted Tue 18 Sep 2012 10:50pm Stored Dried Tomatoes in Olive Oil and Basil Dehydrated tomatoes have a rich bold flavor that when combined with olive oil and basil seems positively decadent.  The tomatoes and basil infuse the olive oil which is lovely on salads, for dipping bread or drizzled over grilled peppers and eggplant.   There is some concern when us ... Read on »
Oils won’t make you fat by Marta M. Posted Tue 07 Feb 2012 5:09pm Oil is fat. So people might think fats make us fat. It’s not that simple. Certainly, oil is fat; but not all fats are created equal. Not all fats are dangerous and eating fat won’t make you fatter than eating any other type of nutrients in excess. A tablespoon of oil has around 120 calories no matter what type of oil you drip into you ... Read on »
Mezze Lunch Platter – Sun-Dried Tomato Houmous, Baba Ganoush, Confetti Salad, Marinaded Olives, Flatbreads by Sharon Posted Wed 23 Jul 2014 4:42pm ← Healthy Snacking – ‘Crispy Kale’ (Kale Chips) with Gomasio Coconut Milk Ice Cream & a Fab New Kitchen Gadget → by Sharon | July 23, 2014 · 5:42 pm ↓ Jump to Comments There’s something really fun about tucking into a platter of mini dishes, and Middle Eastern mezze contains some of my family’s a ... Read on »