Red Sauce October 29, 2009

  It’s all about the Tomato!




        10 Minute Red Sauce Recipe

extra virgin Olive Oil

6 cloves garlic, chopped

1 35 oz can of whole San Marzano Tomatoes

1 cup of chopped fresh Basil

1 tablespoon of Salt

In a large sauté pan over medium heat, put enough olive oil to cover bottom - about 1/2 cup. Add garlic and sauté until light brown. Add tomatoes and salt, while cooking use a fork to break apart the tomatoes. Add basil and let simmer for 5 minutes serve over your choice of al dente pasta.

  Yogurt October 22, 2009

  A delicious ancient food packed with health benfits

        Yogurt to Call Your Own

1 quart milk

3 tablespoons commercial yogurt (starter) *

plastic wrap


Heat milk on low fire until it comes to a boil. As soon as it boils, remove from fire and cool to almost lukewarm. It should be warm enough for the yogurt bacteria to grow but not too hot. Test by immersing your finger in the milk, when you can hold it for a count of 10, it is ready. Transfer milk to a glass bowl, then add starter and stir well. Cover with plastic wrap and then a towel. Store in a warm place without drafts for 6-8 hours. Remove towel and refrigerate. The yogurt will set up in about 2 hours.

* Select a brand that contains at least 3 kinds of bacteria, but preferably 5.  Preserve 3 tablespoons of your new batch to use for your next batch.



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