This Harvest Season, I would like to share a recipe for pumpkins. They are not just for pies!
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by Priscilla Paras-Huerta Nutritionist A recipe to try: 1 large jicama (peeled and julienne sliced) 1 cup finely diced peppers (I prefer red and yellow) ¼ cup diced red onion 1 cucumber, (peeled, seeded and chopped) 2 oranges (peeled, segmented and chopped) ¼ cup fresh chopped cilantro 1/3 cup lime juice + juice of 1 […]
I mix in rice and tiny bits of spinach or broccoli flower tips in with tuna and mayo. Because tuna has such a overpowering flavor, the possibilites for what you can hide in this kind of sandwich is immense. Also, I like to cut down on the amount of tuna I serve, but not completely eliminate it; […]
submitted by Priscilla Paras-Huerta 12 tall jelly (12-ounce) canning jars with lid and rings or you could use plastic gift bags and ties (which would yield more gifts) 2 cartons Epsom salts, 4 pound (approximately 16 cups) 4 lbs sea salt or kosher salt (approximately 6 cups) twice 1⁄4 tsp. glycerin 12 drops […]
submitted by Priscilla Paras-Huerta The season of giving is upon us again (my how 2009 has gone by so fast). Instead of running around trying to find the perfect gift for friends and family, I have started an annual tradition of giving homemade gifts in a jar. There are many recipes on the internet, but […]