Desserts, Photography

Honey and stinging nettles syrup

This syrup made with honey and nettles has lots of healthy benefits. Here you can find all about “Stinging nettles” and how healthy they are. When you use it for cooking you collect only the part that is not in the soil, but, for medical reasons, you will collect the whole plant: leaves, flowers, seeds… Continue reading Honey and stinging nettles syrup

Maine dish, Photography

Baked vegetables with rice

In the last couple of weeks I start making lots of baked vegetables. I eat them fresh and I also bake them with meat or without it. I like beetroot because is sweet and is also very healthy. After winter I feel the need of eating lots of vegetables and greens. This is a vegetarian… Continue reading Baked vegetables with rice

Maine dish, Photography

Baked leek and red onions

Last night I was in the mood for baked onion. I love grilled or baked onion, so, with this in mind I went to the store near our home and bought a leek and red onions. The recipe is simple and you can make it without the egg and milk if you are vegetarians. Ingredients:… Continue reading Baked leek and red onions

Drinks, Photography

Stinging nettle tea

In January I wrote about Cherry stem tea and today I am gone give you the recipe for Stinging nettle tea. You need to start to read about stinging nettle and know how good are for you. Go back to the nature and enjoy healthy really bio green stuff. This recipe can be made with… Continue reading Stinging nettle tea

Maine dish, Photography

Pasta with chicken and peanuts

I love pasta and most of the time I make it along the way without having a recipe. My favorite one is pasta Carbonara. It is a very heavy recipe for me: sour cream, cheese and bacon are a lot when you don’t have a gallbladder so I eat it maybe once a year. But,… Continue reading Pasta with chicken and peanuts