Recipe’s on my JAP site

You can access my site by clicking on the image ICON in the side Bar. Here are a few recipe’s that I thought you would enjoy.

http://www.justapinch.com/recipes/dessert/cake/three-egg-pound-cake.html

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http://www.justapinch.com/recipes/bread/other-bread/italian-foccacia.html?p=1

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http://www.justapinch.com/recipes/main-course/italian/panzerottis.html?p=5

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http://www.justapinch.com/recipes/sauce-spread/dip/easy-vegetable-dip-2.html?p=12

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http://www.justapinch.com/recipes/breakfast/breakfast-casserole/breakfast-quiche-3.html?p=13

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http://www.justapinch.com/recipes/sauce-spread/dressing/blender-maionaise.html?p=11

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http://www.justapinch.com/recipes/sauce-spread/other-sauce-spread/potato-toppers.html?p=17 

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Not sure where my shaker went, but, this recipe is easy and all you have to do is combine all the ingredients and put it in one of these larger shakers just like I do my taco seasoning

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Rhapsody in blue-berry sponge pudding

Looks very nummy 😀

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This pimply faced pud is utterly divine Dharlings like an opera singers bra, soft and delicate yet flexible and supportive for when she taps into her ‘resources’.

The crowd pleaser pud you seemingly fell for was from a friends 50 birthday party.  Cooked for about an hour in the bottom right oven of his Aga.

It was a tad nippy in the marquee and this and a couple of other puddings disappeared in a trice (served with hot custard, clotted, double and ice cream). It is the same recipe just cooked in a bain-marie, in a medium oven for 40-60 minutes with the top secured with a foil tin hat. I’ve made this since Adam was a lad and it is here by popular demand.

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I’m already suffering from repetitive spice-syndrome this autumn and this pud is a simple satisfying alternative yet versatile for we inveterate tinkerers.

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Tips on PH~by IT WORKS

A healthy pH reading/Tips on going more Alkaline

A healthy pH reading on a spit test is 7.4 (blue), a pH reading of anything below 7 means that your body tends towards being more acidic. High acid levels in the body (saliva, digestion, blood) can lead to inflammatory conditions, high free radical levels and other degenerative diseases. It is therefore important to observe your diet and lifestyle habits to ensure that you are able to maintain a healthy pH level and better health and vitality. The Western diet is typically acidic (fast foods, high fats, sugar, preservatives etc) and this may be an underlying reason we see a higher level of cardiovascular diseases, arthritis, osteoporosis, kidney stones, gall stones and cancer. A change in pH level may require improving health and lifestyle habits in the long term (3+ months), even though a spit pH test may change on a weekly basis. It is also possible to test your urine for its pH level, both are important ways to assess the bodies general health status. Urine tells us our history (metabolic) and saliva our most recent choices (reactive).

Some diet tips to reduce acidity:

• Reduce acid forming foods such as tea, coffee, alcohol, soft drinks, dairy, wheat, sugar, preserved, processed, refined and tinned foods• Increase alkalising foods such as plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, water, lemon juice, vegetable juices, green barley powder, grains, nuts, seeds and green leafy vegetables• Eat more foods which contain naturally occuring digestive enzymes such as pineapple, papaya, beetroots, green leafy vegetables or lemon juice• Make a warm lemon and Manuka honey drink as these will not only improve digestion but Manuka honey contains anti-bacterial properties to improve mouth hygiene• Drink herbal teas to help increase water consumption and to also improve digestion and reduce acid. Some tasty teas are Peppermint, Chamomile, Ginger, Burdock, Dandelion and Lemon

Lifestyle tips to improve pH levels”

• Clear excessive wastes from the kidneys by ensuring that you are properly hydrated by drinking at least 2 litres of water/ day• Support liver health by avoiding alcohol, smoking, preservatives, additives, processed and refined foods and consider a detoxification regime

Natural remedies to improve pH levels:

Spirulina, Wheat Grass and Chlorophyll nourishes and tones the kidneys and increases the amounts of waste removed via filtration, it is also a blood cleanser and alkaliser

Herbs to improve the functioning of the kidneys are Borage, Chapparal, Cornsilk, Dandelion leaf, Goji Berry, Alisma, Poria, Ginkgo biloba, Green Tea, Lemon Grass (tea), Milk Thistle, Rehmannia, Parsley, Celery, Juniper, Roship (tea), Sarsaparilla, Bearberry and Golden Seal

Consider supplementation with alkaline minerals such as Magnesium, Calcium, Sodium and Potassium

You feel better taking greens because the amount of alkalizational herbs in the It works Greens are astounding. Keep Alkalizing while wrapping it will give you much more success..

Thanksgiving for me entails having the Opportunity to learn about Herbal Medicine and having met It works – A Company who implements them so Geniusly !!!!!!!

Note: To add to this I would like to say that when we were born our bodies were more alkaline, but as we grew up and started drinking soda’s and eating junk food our bodies became more acidic to so it is important to achieve optimum health with a good PH level

Natures Jewels!

Absolutely!! I cannot resist the wonder of these little birds as they squabble over territory,, they send their scouts out to look for food and when they find it they bring the rest of the clan with them.. I purposely grew the type of vine that they love for nectar so that they would have natures best, As the cooler weather comes upon us even in the south there are still some blooms but not many and these little guys will be flying back to a warmer climate, stopping along the way to gather nectar from those last blooms along the way. Thank you Cindy your photography is awesome!

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These are my favorite jewels! (Click to enlarge).

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Whenever I go on a trip, I worry about the hummingbirds.

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I am always relieved to find them hale, hearty, and bickersome!

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How long can I force myself to go without posting about The Holler Hummingbirds?

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Just about as long as my trip!

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I can’t resist them!

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Can you?

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Cheers to you from all The Holler Hummers (and their dutiful human!)

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