Summer Fruits and Their Benefits

Summer has arrived. It is the season of shorts, sunscreen, hit the beach, filling the coolers and many other things. But summer also brings with itself excessive heat and chances of dehydration. In this season you need to eat food that helps prevents above mentioned conditions from occurring. Here are a few summer fruits and […]

Summer Is Coming Quick! What Are Some Of The Ways To Shed F…

For anyone with 12+ Weeks to diet the answer to fat loss would be to eat a healthy 40-40-20 macro ratio diet at about a 1000 calorie deficiency in order to lose about 2 lbs per week. But you do not have 12 weeks to shed that last layer of body fat that is stopping […]

Summer Panettone | The Fresh Loaf

Using a recipe posted in 2013 by d_a_kelly for Panettone a tre impasti in June. My adaptation was to use mango yeast water as the water to build the first impasto and then a small amount ( 5gr) of stiff rye starter in the second dough build. The first dough made Saturday late morning, the […]

SUMMER WATERMELON DESSERT How To Cook That Ann Rea...

SUMMER WATERMELON DESSERT How To Cook That Ann Rea…

Beautiful Watermelon Dessert Recipe: https://goo.gl/B1j6Lg MAKE IT A GREAT WEEK t-shirts & mug: https://goo.gl/koiejk This is perfect for #watermelonday Subscribe on youtube: http://bit.ly/H2CThat VIP club subscribe by email: http://bit.ly/H2CTemail How To Cook That Channel: http://youtube.com/howtocookthat Hi I am Ann Reardon, How to Cook That is my youtube channel it is filled with crazy sweet creations […]

10 Frozen-Fruit Recipes for a Taste of Summer Righ...

10 Frozen-Fruit Recipes for a Taste of Summer Righ…

[Photographs: Vicky Wasik, Autumn Giles, Nila Jones] I’m a supporter of eating seasonally, but sometimes I do miss summer produce—especially the fruit. Thanks to the marvels of the modern supermarket you can find fresh fruit pretty much whenever you want, but the quality falls significantly this time of year. You’re not entirely out of luck […]

Roast Your Strawberries for a Taste of Summer in W...

Roast Your Strawberries for a Taste of Summer in W…

[Photographs: Vicky Wasik] Back in 1878, a delegate of the Michigan Pomological Society bemoaned the sad state of strawberries “shoved into market before they are ripe. We know but little about the luscious ripe strawberry.” After a hundred and forty years of relentless cultivation, I’d hate to know what he thinks of today’s supermarket strawberries, […]

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