What is a Jingalov Hat? A Jingalov Hat is a delightful Armenian Green Sandwich “Hat” is pronounced, “hut,” in Armenian. The reference on line talked of lavash filled with greens or Armenian jingalov hats and it showed a photo. I had to know more. Armenian lavash is paper thin, usually baked in a tonir, a subterranean […]
Small garden in our new condo. Able to grow my herbs in pots (so necessary for cooking my vegetables). However, I had to clear away the overhanging bushes to let the sun and rain do their work. Enter, the Safety Harbor Tool Library. https://safetyharbortoollibrary.myturn.com/ It is the coolest perk for condo livers with no garage […]
Not quite a million but many ways to cut an onion without crying. It’s Ok—temporary dilemma. Anyway, anyone ever try this Georgia onion? No Tears it says.
Not my original, but quite a laugh this morning. Thanks to whomever posted.
For salads and of course, colorful apps, simply tossed with kosher salt. Just read Idaho Potato Newsletter, recipe for cherry tomato salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette served over warm Idaho baked potato. YUM!
Well Worth the $$—Oxo Mango Cutter Ever try to guess where that hard pit is and then cut with your sharp knife? The OXO Mango Cutter solves the problem. Just line it up on the narrow end of the mango. Suck on the pit; cut away the peel and cube or puree!
Trying it out for lunch. Refreshing, low in calories. One glass a day of low -sodium tomato juice?? Further motivation: According to Manohar Garg, Ph.D, associate professor of nutrition and dietetics, University of Newcastle, Callaghan, Australia and reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association, tomato juice reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke […]
“Let There Be Peas On Earth” Sung to the tune of “Let There Be Peace on Earth” Let there be peas on Earth, And take away broccoli; Let there be peas on Earth For peas are what’s meant to be. Peas are delicious, Round and firm and sweet; Broccoli looks like a forest, And trees […]
A tall glass of watermelon juice can relieve muscle soreness thanks to the melon’s high levels of L-citruline, an amino acid. Tampa Bay Times, May 28, 2015