A Divine, One Pot Sweet Stew for the Holidays that You Can't Refuse.

Written by Dr Eve Campanelli (Ph.D)

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Heat a large, heavy skillet, add butter or oil and brown beef or lamb cubes and onions together. You may need two skillets for this part, depending on how many people you are cooking for.. Then add carrots, onions and celery. Add garlic, dill nutmeg, salt, pepper and vegetable broth. Stir and bring to a boil. Then cover and simmer on a low flame for 1 and ½ hours, stirring occasionally.

Add dried fruits and mint. Cover and simmer another 30minutes or until meat is tender. Transfer to a warm, pretty serving dish and sprinkle with walnuts and orange juice.

When I make this sweet stew, I start baking my “Apple Crisp” deserts aroundrepparttar same time. (See recipe in “Feeling very much Better.” I promise all who enter will swoon fromrepparttar 113184 fragrances wafting through your home. Restraint will need to be called for.

Adding 1 cup of brussel sprouts and green beans or any other veggie you like, makes it just as delicious and is a plus for those who want to enjoy something special as well as keep their weight down.

Note: for vegetarians, use cubed extra firm tofu or tempeh and add atrepparttar 113185 time you addrepparttar 113186 dried fruit, ½ way through cooking this recipe, instead of atrepparttar 113187 beginning.

Serve with polenta orrepparttar 113188 “New Potatoes” recipe in my book, “Feeling very much Better”

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How to brew green tea?

Written by Tea Hub

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Glass, tea cup, teapot can all be used to brew green tea. For high quality teas, glass is better as it allows you to observerepparttar nice leave presentations. As many people know, green tea should be brewed with water with comparatively lower temperature.

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