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Sicilian Chickpeas with Escarole and Caramelized Onions

By admin / September 14, 2017

A big warm bowl full of creamy chickpeas tossed with wilted escarole, caramelized onions and raisins is the perfect meal when the season is changing. The raisins sounded weird to me but they offer this dish little pops of sweetness that counters the bitter greens and nutty chickpeas perfectly. Sicilian Chickpeas with Escarole and Caramelized […]

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7 Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes For Special Occasions

By admin / June 12, 2017

There are times that you just want to create a slow cooker recipe for a special occasion. You don’t want your typical stew or curry that you make on a normal weekday. You want something healthy but delicious; something that your guests or your family crave for every time, there’s a birthday, anniversary, or a […]

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Hot Cowboy Dip

By admin / December 28, 2016

A hot dip brings people around the coffee table. Here is a hearty hot dip that is perfect served with tortilla chips. Add some sliced jalapenos to jack it up a bit if you like it spicy and enjoy. Click next below to get this recipe.

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Spaghetti with Broccoli Rabe and Salami

By admin / November 17, 2016

I came across this recipe from Rachel Ray while watching her show on tv. She has been creating recipes with 5 ingredients or fewer (except for “pantry” items). This was one of those recipes. I made this last night and have to say that it is a keeper recipe. Surprisingly simple to make and really […]

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Making Carrot Juice for Better Health

By admin / October 10, 2016

I am always in search of great recipes that I can add to my recipe routines. After having cruised to New England and Canada for a week indulging in way too many rich foods, I’m back and looking to eat healthy foods once again. Carrots are a superfood for me. I don’t eat them nearly often […]

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Pizza Dip

By admin / July 29, 2016

Melted Heaven. At my house, pizza is a regular visitor. We make it in, we take it out, we eat it out…we Love It! This Pizza Dip is a great idea for when you need that pizza fix and want to serve pizza as an appetizer. It is truly delicious. Serve it with delicious bread, […]

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Carrot Juice

By admin / June 3, 2016

Carrot juice is filled with great vitamins, minerals, beta carotene and more. Carrots are ma great addition to soups, salads and juices. Carrots are especially good for the skin, eyes, digestive system and teeth! I personally struggle with carrots because I am not fond of them, however, I am always on a quest to find recipes that make disguise […]

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Still on the Easel

By admin / August 8, 2015

Here’s a look at my newest canvas.  This new 20×30 inch acrylic depicts an old world country cottage on a beautifully warm summer day. I love the lushness of this painting.  It makes me want to set up my easel and paint right there. To see more of my work click here.  

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How to smoke ribs using a gas grill

By admin / May 11, 2015

I love smoked ribs and usually make them in a Weber grill.  I am planning a graduation party and will not have a Weber grill but I really want to make BBQ / smoked ribs.  With that in mind, here are directions for smoking ribs using a gas grill. Grilling on indirect heat. Ribs are […]

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10 Benefits of Carrots

By admin / May 4, 2015

10 Benefits of Carrots Forget about vitamin A pills. With this orange crunchy powerfood, you get vitamin A and a host of other powerful health benefits including beautiful skin, cancer prevention, and anti-aging. Read how to get maximum benefits from this amazing vegetable. Benefits of Carrots 1.  Improves vision Western culture’s  understanding of carrots being […]

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7 Health Benefits of Ginger

By admin / May 4, 2015

For thousands of years ginger has been used as a food and a medicine by Arabic, Indian, and Asian healers.  This tropical plant, in the same bo­tanical family as turmeric and cardamom, is effective used to relieve nausea and vomiting caused by illness and seasickness. Modern research shows that ginger reduces nausea and vomiting caused by morning […]

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Our Detox Teas: A Peek Inside – Traditional Medicinals

By admin / March 29, 2015

We have all heard the “new year, new you” mantra, advocating that we empty our closets, create resolutions and detox our lives. Every checkout line magazine and wellness center across the country seems to have their own version of “the” detox diet. And if you’re thinking we may have one too – we don’t. Here […]

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10 Sneaky Ways To Include More Veggies In Little (And Big) Kid’s Diets

By admin / March 29, 2015

The average person is lucky if they squeeze two cups of veggies into their day. Nutritionists would like us eating closer to five. Many simply don’t enjoy the taste or texture of vegetables full stop (let’s not even start the conversation on Brussels Sprouts, as much as I adore them). So, for those who don’t […]

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New study shows how junk food diets prompt laziness Medical News Today

By admin / March 29, 2015

Though most of us have experienced that lazy feeling after eating a large meal, researchers from California say their new study indicates that consistently eating processed foods and being overweight makes people tired and inactive, contrary to some beliefs maintaining laziness leads to obesity. The researchers, from the University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA), will publish […]

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Start Your Own Blog

By admin / January 2, 2015

Did you ever want to start your own blog? There are lots of free services that are offered to help people who want to blog.  Blogger and Weebly are two popular platforms for doing this. Whatever you decide to blog about, know that there will be lots of others who have similar interest and will […]

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Top 3 Best Natural Homemade Moisturizer Recipes

By admin / December 9, 2014

New here? Like RevitaliseYourHealth on Facebook to stay up to date with new posts and win prizes in our fun, games, competitions and giveaways. Our hair is continuously exposed to damage on a daily basis, whether it be from chemical based products, blow dryers or hair irons, or simply environmental factors such as the wind and sun.  […]

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Body Scrubs

By admin / October 24, 2013

Body Scrubs are wonderful allover exfoliating treatments. They slough off dry skin and leave your skin feeling smooth and silky.  Always use a gentle touch to avoid irritating delicate skin and avoid using body scrubs on sensitive skin and genitals. Body Scrub for Dry, Flaky Skin This moisturizing scrub removes flaky skin and soothes skin […]

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25 Uses for Epsom Salt

By admin / October 17, 2013

I found this article and had to share… 25 incredible ways to use Epsom salt—you may be surprised by more than a few of these clever Epsom salt uses! Photo ©iStockphoto/AdrianaCahova 25 EPSOM SALT USES! 1. Lawn and garden — Studies show that the magnesium and sulfur that comprise Epsom salt may help your plants grow […]

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Freeze & Preserve Fresh Herbs

By admin / October 11, 2013

  Do you use your freezer to preserve herbs, vegetables, or fruit? The freezer can be a powerful, overlooked method of preserving. Pesto, strawberry puree, tomato soup — stash them away now for colder times! One of my favorite ingredients, a handful of fresh herbs from the garden, is one of the simplest things to […]

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Sugar Scrub

By admin / April 15, 2013

I’ve read so much recently about the benefits of sugar scrubs that I recently decided that I’d give a sugar scrub a try.  I used the sugar scrub on my my face and was completely wowed by the results.  I started by applying a warm wash cloth to my face to open my pours and […]

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Home Remedies

By admin / February 8, 2012

Headache relief – Drinking 2 glasses Gatorade can relieve headache pain almost immediately without the side effects associated with pain relievers. Relief for burns – Colgate toothpaste makes an excellent salve for burns. Clear a stuffed nose – Try chewing on a few Altoids peppermints. Relief for aching muscles from flu – Mix 1 Tablespoon […]

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Vegetarian Chili

By admin / January 3, 2012

You have to love this recipe for Vegetarian Chili.  It tastes just like chili without meat.  Vegetarian Chili can be made with all kinds of ingredient. This recipe for Vegetarian Chili is rich, hearty, and immensely flavorful.  It is great served in a bowl, in a flour or corn tortilla, in an omelet, on corn […]

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Sweet and Spicy Nuts

By admin / November 7, 2011

Sweet and spicy nuts are very addicting at the holiday time.  You can order this type of treat from Harry and David or another gourmet food outlet or you could save some money and make them yourself. Sweet and spicy nuts are an indulgent treat and will never be inexpensive but you will save a […]

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Caramel Corn

By admin / October 28, 2011

I’m not too big on making gifts but every once in a while I find something that I myself feel is very indulgent and then I want to share it with those I love…so I make it and gift it.  This is a great way to save money and show you care all in one. […]

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