Looking for a lunch alternative? Butternut Squash Soup

Let’s face it, salads are great and we eat them all the time. But once in a while we welcome an alternative. So with that said, let us share our Butternut Squash Soup with you. You can easily make this in advance and have it at work or as a dinner. ¬†We just made this…

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Kiwi Pear Chutney with Ghee

This is an absolutely delicious topping for desserts, but also lends itself exceptional for pork dishes! Ingredients 2 large Pears halved, peeled and cored 3 medium Kiwi chopped & peeled 1/2 tbsp Ghee 1 medium Lemon juice 1 pinch Cinnamon 1 pinch Fresh ground nutmeg 1/4 pinch Sea salt 1 tbsp Rum 1/2 pinch Cayenne…

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What is Ghee? & How can I make Ghee?

Some of our friends and family are wondering what Ghee is and how they can prepare it at home, so we thought it would be both interesting and fun to write a post about it. Ghee is Sanskrit for clarified butter. It is basically butter that has the milk solids and water removed. It is…

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Artichokes are packed with important minerals, vitamins and protein!

The Artichoke is a low-calorie, very nutrient-rich veggie. In fact one medium Artichoke is an excellent source of fiber and vitamin C, and a good source of folate and magnesium. Artichokes are also a great source of powerful disease-fighting antioxidants. Some recent research shows that prepared artichokes are the best antioxidant source among all vegetables.…

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Behold the Power of Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Potato or Yam is a tuberous crop with the scientific name of Ipomoea Batatas. The white/yellow flesh type is more juicy and tastes less sweet, where on the other hand the orange variety is drier and has harder flesh, which makes this variety a better candidate for making baked sweet potato fries. Yumm! So…

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