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The Cashew Curry Recipe by Linda Miller, Diabetic Cookbook author

by Linda Miller

College of Montreal experts propose 1 great way cashew extract may treat type two diabetes. New information published in the journal Molecular Nutrition and Food Research implies cashew seed extract may play an important role in preventing and treating diabetic issues. The cashew is a tree in the flowering plant family Anacardiaceae. The plant is indigenous to northeastern Brazil.

Parslied Rack of Lamb

Parslied Rack of Lamb
from the Silver Palate Good Times Cookbook

I just created and served the parslied rack of lamb for my girlfriends on Saturday night - it was out of this WORLD. Nothing else in the meal mattered but these delicious and delicate lamb morsels.

RAMBLE: Everything in this cookbook is FANTASTIC. It is an oldie and better than goodie - it is one of my most cherished cookbooks, one of the good living basics. Thanks to Google books, you can actually browse and search the cookbook online to see if it's one you'd like to own. The Macaroni Quattro Fromaggi is unforgettable and has won instant admirers of all ages!

Blog Entry: Pasta & Creamy Tomato Sauce, American's Test Kitchen Link

http://www.cooksillustrated.com/recipes/login.asp?docid=13065

The above link takes you to a wonderful pasta with creamy tomato sauce from America's Test Kitchen.

It is "the bomb" - must make. Calls for procuitto minced, sundried tomatos, crushed tomatoes and heavy cream.

Log in and see it - give this site a test drive!

Chefs on the Loose!

I had the best time the other night at Chefs on the Loose - 3401 Bay to Bay Blvd in Tampa FL 33629.

check out http://www.chefsontheloose.net for some f-u-n, f-u-n fun!

We made turkey scollapini, roasted potatoes (pre micro'ed for 6 min), and strawberries w/ balsamic glaze!

Gather with your friends and business associates here for a deliciously wonderful time!

YUM!

Trina

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