Wednesday, June 3 2020

Tag Archives: elizabeth dougherty

Chicken Tikka Masala

        This Indian dish is seriously addictive. Food Nation Radio Network tried to make it a little easier by making it a one-pot dish. We didn’t cook the chicken in the oven, and instead, cooked it in the dish. If you are worried about spicy food, use …

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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in style

Marinated skirt steak, with homemade tortillas, fresh salsa, guacamole and lime crema If you are feeling like some fresh Mexican food, this menu can be put together in less than an hour. This is also a fun menu to do with friends in the kitchen Ingredients 1 organic skirt steak …

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Kentucky Hot Brown, Kentucky Burgoo and Mint Juleps – Recipes

  It’s Derby time and the event is filled with tradition. Here are a few time-tested dishes for the big race. “AND THEY’RE OFF!” Ingredients – Hot Brown for Two (you can multiply this recipe for more) 2 large slices good quality bread 1 stick of slightly softened butter 2 …

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Guest: Bill Freese – More Bad News For Monsanto

With the exception of that oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, Food Nation Radio has followed THIS story from almost the first program.  The results of this brand new test is horrible news for the farmers using glyphosate and the numbers are heartbreaking. Here’s the story, (theguardian.com) now listen …

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Guest: Prof Graham McGregor – Your Salt Shaker Is Killing You

It starts off innocently with just a sprinkle of salt on your favorite food to “bring out the flavor” and over the course of time, a sprinkle just isn’t enough.  The next thing you know, your cardiologist is telling you that you’re facing heart surgery, your ankles are swollen, your …

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