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Grilling this weekend? You've got to try this super easy Greek Marinade from +Aunt Bee ! #FreakyFriday #grainfree #glutenfree #recipe  
This simple and delicious Greek Marinade with Yogurt features classic Mediterranean ingredients, like olive oil, lemon, and oregano. It's perfect when you're grilling meats for summertime dinners.
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Noena Ledesma

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There are major differences between grass fed beef and grain fed beef. Know what they are? Find out here
Grass fed beef provides better nutrition than grain fed beef. Wild caught salmon is also healthier than farm raised ones. Find out why.
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Noena Ledesma

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Motivation is one key element towards achieving your goals to being physically fit. Here are the top sports and fitness movies to keep you on track of your goal.
Finding it hard to get into shape? Watch some movies on sports and fitness and get inspired now. Here are top 10 must-watch movies.
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N Morgan

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This Plant Kills Cancer, Stops Diabetes And Boosts Immune System http://bit.ly/1X6YNGi

The amazing health benefits of bitter melon or karela have been common knowledge and utilized by some indigenous populations for many years. This medicinal plant has been used to fight diabetes as well as malignant diseases, such as cancer.

Numerous studies have found that bitter melon is extremely beneficial for the treatment of certain types of cancers due to its active ingredients, which inhibit the glucose metabolism in malignant cells thus reducing their carbohydrate supply and starving them to death.

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Richard Blaine

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Italian Food: Italian Recipes: How To Make Gnocchi In Gorgonzola Cheese Sauce With Garlic, Bacon And Fried Onions Adult Mac And Cheese!
"gnocchi in salsa di crema di gorgonzola con pancetta , aglio e cipolle fritte"

    1 lb. frozen gnocchi
    4-6 oz. thick-cut bacon. I use bacon ends and pieces as my preference cooked down.
    4 Tbs. extra-virgin olive oil
    2 medium-small yellow onions thinly sliced or one regular brown onion sliced.
    6 to 8 cloves or more to your liking garlic minced or rough chop your choice.
    Freshly ground black pepper to taste.
    2 Tbs. grated Parmigiano-Reggiano for topping.
    Salt for water used to cook the gnocchi.

In a large enough pot bring salted water to the boil.
Cook the gnocchi to package directions until they float about 2 minutes in most cases.
Then drain the gnocchi and set aside in a strainer or bowl covered.
Add some oil ta a skillet and fry/cook the gnocchi until nicely browned.
Remove again from the skillet and set aside in a baking dish with a cover.
In the skillet cook your bacon on medium until it is crispy brown but tender.
Transfer the cooked bacon to a plate with paper towels to soak up the grease.
Pour excess fat from the skillet.
In the same skillet heat up 2 Tbs. of olive oil on med-high heat.
Add your garlic and saute until garlic gets golden.
Remove garlic to a plate with the bacon and paper towels on it.
Add a little olive oil to skillet and add your onions.
Fry the onions until golden or a little darker to your liking.
Remove the onions and add to the plate with the fried garlic and bacon.
Now wipe the skillet and clean with paper towel.

Making The Cheese Sauce:

Gorgonzola Sauce:
4 oz. Gorgonzola Cheese (Room Temperature)
1 oz. Butter
1 Tbsp. Flour
8 oz. Heavy Cream
Note: You can make a killer sauce using whole milk or even 2% if you want.
Garnish:
Grated Parmesan or peccorino or even mozz cheese
Cracked Black Pepper

8 oz gorgo cheese
2 oz butter
1 Tbsp. minced garlic
1 Tbsp. minced onion/shallot
2 Tbsp. flour
12-16 oz heavy cream, half and half or whole milk.
black pepper
pinch of red pepper
pinch dried basil.
pinch of dried thyme.

In another large skillet add your butter and melt the butter on medium heat.
Once the butter has melted add in your flour.
Cook the flour for a few minutes constantly stirring it with a wooden spoon.
You want the flour to turn color a bit blonde to cook out the flour taste.
We are making the base to the sauce called a "Roux."
After the roux has cooked and turned color it is time to add the half and half or heavy cream.
Now you are making a bechamel sauce when the cream is added to the roux.
Switch to a wire wisk for mixing the sauce at this point.
Bring the sauce mixture to a boil on medium to medium low heat this will thicken the sauce.
You don't want to boil the sauce to quick as it will get pasty to quickly.
Once the sauce is thickened to your liking add your gorgonzola cheese.
Once the cheese is melted add in the garlic, onion, bacon mixture and mix it in quickly.
Add black pepper to the sauce and remember cream sauces LOVE black pepper.
Now you have gorgonzola cheese sauce or a sauce Mornay but instead of using Gruyere were are using gorgonzola.
Have the gnocchi in a baking dish and pour this sauce into the dish with the gnocchi.
Shake the dish around and hit with hand a little bit to mix sauce to gnocchi.
If needed use a spoon to mix gnocchi and sauce together.
Put in oven and bake at 375-400 until the dish is nice and bubbly.
Pull dish out of oven top with your desired cheese and some fried shallots'onions or garlic.
place back in oven to bake/broil at 400 until top is browned and bubbly.
Remove from oven and let rest 5 mins and then manga!

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MokenchiTV

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Its officially Memorial Day weekend!! It hot as heck outside and its not even day time so this is the perfect drink to stay hydrated and refreshed especially if your hitting some waves or having even more fun out in the sun!
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Primal Bro

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Beginner's Guide to Primal Living | New Blog Post!

#Primal #Paleo #Keto #Caveman
The Primal Blueprint is a simple set of principles that guide a life more like our Primal ancestors. Evolution designed humans with lean, healthy bodies that operate off stored fat instead of carbohydrates. By making the shift from today's typical diet high in sugars and processed grains to a Primal lifestyle, you'll discover the body you were designed to have.
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Richard Blaine

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Korean Ramyun: How To Make Korean Ramyeon(라면)AKA: Korean Ramen Delicious Korean Food!

This week I am making a healthy Korean Ramyeon/Ramyun recipe that is sure to please and packed with flavors. If you like a man sized bowl of ramen then you will LOVE this ramen. The recipe can be found below! Enjoy!

Ingredients:

1 Pack of Korean Ramyeon noodles.
Any kind of meat or seafood.
1-2 Tbsp Doenjang or miso
1 small brown onion diced
3-4 Cups of chicken or beef or seafood stock.
1 Fried egg or you can poach the egg in the noodles.
2-3 Chopped or sliced scallions.
Korean chili flakes (gochugaru)
Some sauteed mushrooms like oyster or enoki, beach or even crimini  mushrooms.
2 Slices of Laver seaweed.
Finely minced garlic.
Finely minced ginger.
Some chopped kimchi (optional)
A handful of sausage balls from Cambodian Kwah Ko sausage.
A touch of sesame oil.
Soy sauce or fish sauce to replace plain salt for good umami.
Black pepper to taste.

Method:

In a skillet with some cooking oil get it to shimmy and then add your mushrooms on medium high heat and sautee with no salt constantly moving the mushrooms around until the water is out and starting to brown this should take about 5 minutes or less depending on your stove top and skillet.  Remove mushrooms to a plate and set aside.

Add a bit more cooking oil to the same skillet and your onion, ginger, and garlic and sautee. Make sure to get any brown bits from the pan if any are there. Cook all until the onions are translucent. Place on the same plate as the mushrooms and set aside.

Make some meatballs from the Cambodian Kwah Ko sausage about 6 to 8 depending on size. Cook them in the same skillet as the rest of the ingredients that you have cooked. Once cooked put on a small plate and set aside.

Add stock to your pot and bring to a simmer.
Add your ramyeon noodles and cook to al dente.
Remove noodles and set aside in a bowl or plate and cover them.
Add your kimchi and/or soy sauce or fish sauce  to your stock return to simmer.
Slowly add you Doenjang don't boil, simmer.
While stock is simmering fry one egg in original skillet.
Now add your onion, garlic and ginger mix to the stock and simmer.
Now add your onion, ginger, garlic mixture to the stock and mix in well.
Place your ramyeon noodles in a bowl.
Ladle your ramyeon broth on top of the noodles.
Top with your fried egg, mushrooms, scallions, nori and kwah ko or other meat or seafood.
Drizzle a little sesame oil on top.
Give a sprinkle of Gochugaru to taste or use chili paste or oil.
Black pepper to taste.
Serve  and enjoy!

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Giovanna Nobile

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Ricetta degli asparagi con prosciutto crudo e parmigiano al forno e uova strapazzate al timo, un piatto semplice e veloce, che conquista fin dal primo assaggio
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+Primal Lifestyle CZ thanks a lot!
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Faye Leong

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We love Fried Spring Rolls but we would like it in different way. I have used Curry Chicken with Potatoes as fillings. Satisfied with this new turn-over

Recipe Link: http://mytrialsinthekitchen.blogspot.my/2016/04/deep-fried-spring-roll-with-curry.html
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Lori Leigh (LL Farm)

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Welcome to our veggie garden in June. We installed this garden fence last year and it is working out great. Want to have a look around and see how things are growing? I have been harvesting green onions and lettuc...
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Un Avvocato ai Fornelli

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Dalle amiche di Matte in cucina un menu per iniziare la settimana con gusto e leggerezza!!!! http://matteincucina.altervista.org/menu-settimanale-ricette-lunedi/
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Proposta di Menù settimanale ricette, domenica è un giorno di festa e tra pranzo e cena si esagera sempre, ecco un menù leggero per iniziare la settimana.
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Karen Vivers

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Maybe you remember my post a couple of weeks ago about red peppers? Well, anyway, I got this great deal and ended up with 10kgs of them. I've been working on recipes, with help from some of you and this is my first - a nice easy, but very tasty salad. I've been serving this with roast chicken and have been getting lots of smiles. http://www.thecookingcoach.eu/roast-red-pepper-potato-salad/ ‪#‎recipe‬ ‪#‎homecooking‬ ‪#‎salad‬ ‪#‎cooking‬
Roast Red Pepper and Potato Salad: Summer is here (or so they tell me), so I'm getting some new easy, tasty crowd pleasing salads ready.
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steve jones

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Hi, After reading a few posts on this community I wanted to share a link to my blog about home made Kale crisps. As I am new to this I hope this is O K
One of my friends told me how to make these the other week and after trying them I must say just how nice they are. I’ll definitely be making these again. All you need is:- Kale Olive oil Salt Cut the middle vein out of the leaves of Kale , then cut the pieces into bite size lengths, then place them on a microwavable plate, sprinkle with olive oil, add a touch of sea salt then microwave on full power for three and a half minutes. Pat with kitchen...
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Christine Siracusa

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Delight your BBQ mates with this chipotle shrimp slaw. Smoky chipotle shrimp, shredded red cabbage and green apple tossed in a tangy lime and yogurt dressing is the perfect palate prep for all that meat coming off the grill.
Delight your BBQ mates with this chipotle shrimp slaw. Smoky chipotle shrimp, shredded red cabbage and green apple tossed in a tangy lime and yogurt dressing is the perfect palate prep for all that meat coming off the grill. We’re about to officially embark on my favorite time of year. Grilling season. And let’s face...Read More »
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Faye Leong

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Another recipe that we had craving for so long on the blog now - Chinese Meat Sauce Noodles (Zha Jiang Mian)

Recipe Link: http://mytrialsinthekitchen.blogspot.my/2016/05/chinese-meat-sauce-noodles-zha-jiang.html
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Karen Vivers

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I've eaten so much spinach lately I started to wonder if I was maybe deficient in some mineral or vitamin or other and that's why I kept craving it. But then, does that explain my constant chocolate and ice-cream cravings?
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Spinach with Garlic - This is the tastiest and easiest way to get lots of flavour and nutrients from spinach. Try the wild leaves, they really are the best.
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The Nourished Life

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I was on a mission: develop a homemade nutella recipe that is easy to make, requires as few ingredients as possible, and has no scary ingredients whatsoever. Is that too much to ask? Not anymore. I figured out a pretty groovy recipe and today I'm going to share it with you!
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This healthy, easy-to-make homemade "nutella" recipe has just four simple ingredients! You can make this chocolate hazelnut spread recipe in just a few...
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