Posted on 26th of October, 2010 by Lévana
Image courtesy Annie City Kitchen Incredibly easy and wonderful! There is nothing I don’t do with oats, even mudpacks and hair rinses (which of course I don’t eat, or drink, respectively: Relax!) No problem whatsoever adapting this recipe to gluten-free! Apricot Oat Bar Ingredients: 3/4 cup natural margarine (health food...
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Posted on 12th of October, 2010 by Lévana
Don’t do anything rash just yet in your desire to do the right healthy thing: No you needn’t kiss your favorites goodbye. You can enjoy your fast food as hearty as you like it, and right at home. So what’s the secret? None other than starting out with lean choices,...
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Posted on 15th of September, 2010 by Lévana
Have you ever taken the time to read the ingredient list in some commercial brands of power bars? I am sorry to say they are not the healthy snacks they are cracked up to be. By contrast, just look at this lineup of ingredients: Why even bother shopping for snacks, if...
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Posted on 1st of September, 2010 by Lévana
A little kitschy, right? Just this once, please! I actually succeed in turning quite a few people on to my honey cake. Mine is moist and spicy and easy to love; I trust it will make you forget all the indignities of past dried-out and brittle honey cakes. I make...
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Posted on 11th of August, 2010 by Lévana
This improbable ingredient combination results in an incredibly moist and fragrant cake. It is important to use a shallow mold here, like a pie plate, no higher than 2 inches high, so the syrup that is poured at the end of baking reaches all the way to the bottom. Those...
Posted on 5th of August, 2010 by Lévana
No time to make dessert? I have here what it takes to make 1 dozen ample servings of something absolutely delicious without turning on your oven or your stove. I admit it: I was in a mad scientist mood when I dreamed this up: The ingredient combo is as improbable...
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Posted on 4th of August, 2010 by Lévana
I developed this wonderful frozen chocolate cake to accommodate Kosher diners after a meat meal as well as dairy-intolerant diners. You will love the pairing of coconut and chocolate. Although this frozen chocolate cake is delicious as is, for a dairy treat feel free to substitute dairy ice cream (premium please!)...
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Posted on 29th of July, 2010 by Lévana
Sometimes I take my playing with food a drop further than even I myself dare, tinkering endlessly, as with this fruit cake, picking my family and friends as willing victims as I subject them to constantly evolving batches and asking them to please forget they ever tasted something if it...
Posted on 16th of July, 2010 by Lévana
I have been living in the United States almost two generations. I have lived in an apartment structure my whole life, in big cities only: Casablanca, Paris New York, etc…. you get the picture. I am a complete city mouse, don’t drive, and cannot conceive of any viable setting where...
Posted on 23rd of June, 2010 by Lévana
You can bake the crust up to two days in advance and make the lemon curd up to a week in advance, then fill the baked crust with the curd just before serving. The pie crust comes out wonderful made with gluten-free flour as well (I used millet flour!) Tart...