I told you about chlorella a few days ago. One of the superfoods of these days, chlorella does not taste very good. To change the taste put in the juice something that you really like. I love pineapple. So my smoothie will have pineapple and also kiwi. They say not to mix fruits with vegetables,… Continue reading Raw vegan smoothie
In 1983, Rep. Robert S. Walker declared April 26 to be National Pretzel Day. A pretzel is made from dough into a twisted knot. Pretzels originated in Europe. Salt is the most common seasoning for pretzels. Other seasonings include sugar, chocolate, glazes, seeds or nuts. Happy Pretzel Day 2017!
I love to bake unpeeled potatoes in the oven. Crispy on the outside and soft in the middle, you get a perfect baked potato served cracked open and still steaming. You can have it with butter and salt, cheese, baked beans or chili sauce. Any filling is good, vegetarian or not. You can baked them… Continue reading Baked potatoes in the oven
After Easter we got lots of hard boiled eggs. If you are tired to eat them like that you can try to make egg salad or deviled eggs. This year we made deviled eggs. Deviled are beautiful and elegant appetizers. They also are very easy to make and you don’t need too many ingredients. So… Continue reading Deviled eggs with leftover Easter eggs
Easter is a long holiday with plenty food to go on. Surviving 3 – 4 days with too much food can be a big battle for everyone. Everywhere you go, you get food and drinks and seeing people eating makes you hungry. Having friends and family around you at the table or near a fire… Continue reading Surviving Easter
Our Easter Pasca is made on Great Thursday (Thursday before Easter) and is considered the most important bread of the year. It can be simple, with jagged margins, or it can have dough braided edges. Sometimes a cross-shaped braid is placed in the middle, representing the crucifixion of Jesus. You can make this cross out… Continue reading Pasca – Traditional Romanian sweet bread for Easter