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The 7 Foods Experts Won’t Eat

By Friday, November 12, 2010 Permalink

The 7 Foods Experts Won’t Eat

The 7 foods experts won’t eat is an enlightening article by Liz Vaccariello, Editor-in-Chief of Prevention magazine in the U.S.

It’s an article that will educate even those of us who consider they are in the know about what’s good to eat and what’s bad (for instance, me!). The opinions are from scientists and doctors in the field, so we have to take them seriously.

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Spontaneous Cuisine: Cappuccino Oats: A Breakfast Recipe for Non-morning People

By Friday, November 12, 2010 Permalink

Invention through sloth: a recipe for lazy people who really would like to eat a healthy breakfast but can’t manage it

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Cappuccino oats.

We don’t stop hearing about oats — they’re full of fiber so they’re good for your digestion and your bowels, they contain beta-glucans that help cut cholesterol and spread the rise in blood sugar over a long period of time, they make you feel full for longer so they encourage weight loss, they are anticarcinogenic thanks to their phytochemicals — and the list goes on.

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Invest in Your Health with a Cobb Grill

By Friday, November 12, 2010 Permalink

The award-winning Cobb Grill is on sale online at Eboutic until 18  October.

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Photo courtesy of Eboutic.

These grills are unique in that they are compact, lightweight, come with their own tote bag, and emit practically no smoke. They are only 12in/30cm high, 12in/30cm wide, weigh 8.5lbs/4kg, and are tabletop.

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Weight Loss Blog Log

By Friday, November 12, 2010 Permalink
by Jonell Galloway

Bad Foods that Are Good for Weight Loss gives common sense, practical advice about “bad” foods that can actually be good for weight loss if eaten in moderation and in the right way.

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Recipe: Easy High-protein Bread

By Thursday, November 11, 2010 Permalink

Recipe for high-protein bread using red winter wheat

by Paul Jarboe

What is red winter wheat?

Red winter wheat is a high-protein wheat, known in French as blé rouge d’hiver. It is a hard wheat with qualities similar to durum wheat, which we find in Italy.

Photo courtesy of The Fresh Loaf.
Photo courtesy of The Fresh Loaf.

Winter wheat differs from other wheat in that it is planted in the autumn, goes dormant during the coldest winter months, then resumes growth as the weather warms up. It is harvested in spring or early summer.

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Spontaneous Cuisine Recipe: John Dory, Green Asparagus, Blood Orange Sauce

By Thursday, November 11, 2010 Permalink


John Dory, Italian green wild asparagus and blood orange sauce recipe

One of my favorite ways of creating tasty but healthy dishes is using fruit and vegetables as sauce. There are millions of ways to do this, depending mainly on the season.

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Oranges are abundant at the moment, so I’ve been using a lot of orange juice to liven up dishes. It adds a burst of flavor, yet requires no cream or butter, thus making it low in calories and high in fiber.

The season is short for wild Italian asparagus, so take advantage of it in April and May.

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Switzerland: Cooking Classes for Kids near Lausanne

By Wednesday, November 10, 2010 Permalink


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Chef Geoffroy Pautz is giving summer cooking classes near Lausanne

Hostellerie Les Chevreuils is offering summer cooking classes for children. Classes will continue on Wednesdays through October.

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These courses were such a great hit in last summer that head chef Geoffroy Pautz has decided to do it again. Classes are geared for children 10 to 15 years of age, and take place in the restaurant kitchens.

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Sex, no I mean, Cupcakes in the City

By Wednesday, November 10, 2010 Permalink


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Cupcakes in the City opened in Geneva today

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For those of you who just reminisce about cupcakes, or for those of you who continually have your eye out for the perfect cupcake after watching still another episode of Sex in the City, a new store, Cupcakes in the City, dedicated exclusively to the beloved American cupcake, opened today in the Eaux-Vives neighborhood in Geneva.

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Spontaneous Cuisine: Strawberry and Rhubarb Compote Recipe

By Tuesday, November 9, 2010 Permalink

The Rambling Epicure, Editor, Jonell Galloway, food writer.Spontaneous Cuisine: Strawberry and Rhubarb Compote Recipe

A recipe by Jonell Galloway

I always get really excited when the strawberries and rhubarb come on the market. For me it’s literally like “breaking news.” They’re really the first local fruit.

 

 

Photo courtesy of Happy Hoarfrost.

One of my favorite dishes is strawberry and rhubarb compote. It’s healthy, full of fiber and vitamins; it’s also versatile and can be used in many ways.

In addition, it’s about as easy as you can get.

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Restaurant Review: Café Berra, Monthey, Switzerland

By Tuesday, November 9, 2010 Permalink

Podcast restaurant review of Café Berra in the village of Choëx in the hills above Monthey, Switzerland.

Click here to listen.

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