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You can use your favourite berries: blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, cranberries, strawberries, or a berry mix with every type of kind you love!!. This is much like a smoothie in the making; but frozen and enjoyed on a hot Summers day....
It is always delicious to have a good homegrown squash on a dinner table. Whether you leave it plain, season it or stuff it. Knowing it is fresh and healthy. You definitely on the right track. Accompanied by other things is always nice evn on its very own..."Delightful!".
A variant includes sweet upwas (fast) kachori, made with potato, coconut, and sugar. Served with chutney, often made from tamarind, mint, or coriander. Often is fried and stuffed with pulses generally found in Kutch region in Gujarat. A kachori stuffed with peas is a delicacy in Bengal.
At the end of school, the kids always come home with all their remaining school-work; known as homework, classwork uncompleted or corrections to be made, art projects and so forth are amongst the tasks children are given. When children consume sugar-rich foods they get an artificial high, rapidly raising the levels of sugar and adrenaline […]more
Plain stuffing for Fowls: 1 cup breadcrumbs 1 tblsp fresh parsley, chopped 1 tblsp spring onion, chopped 2 tblsps butter, melted 1 tsp sea salt 1/4 tsp fine black pepper milk, to moisten 1 tsp mixed herbs (optional) Mix well together and place into the cavity of your prepared fowl. Bread Stuffing For Chickens & […]more
Plucking The Bird: Birds need to be plucked immediately and soon as possible after being killed. The feathers are easier to pluck as the skin is soft and can be withdrawn before the flesh stiffens. The other method is to plunge the bird into hot; but not boiling water, for about a minute, and then […]more