Low Fat, Low Cholesterol Baked Tortilla Chip with a Mango Salsa Dressing

Written by Hans Dekker


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The perfect dip forrepparttar low fat low cholesterol tortilla chip recipe isrepparttar 151152 mango salsa recipe which is also low in fat and cholesterol. For this recipe you will need 2 peeled and cubed mangoes, cup of diced red bell pepper, 3 tablespoons of finely chopped basil, 3 tablespoons of vinegar, 4 teaspoons of lemon juice, 2 finely chopped and de-seeded jalapeno peppers, and salt to taste. Mix together all ingredients in a medium size bowl until well blended. Letrepparttar 151153 salsa warm to room temperature before serving.

You can userepparttar 151154 above recipes and change them just a bit to add new and unique flavors and still keeprepparttar 151155 recipes low fat and low cholesterol. You can add your favorite cheese as long as your purchase low fat and low cholesterol cheese. You can also replacerepparttar 151156 jalapeno peppers with ordinary green peppers.

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The Stuff of Poetry Mead

Written by Paul Rinehart


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The next time I brewed I was prepared. I went out and got a basic brewing kit. I used more honey this time and also decided to use a few additives and clarifying agents such as gelatin, hops, lavender, and rose hip. I used champagne yeast instead of bread yeast for better flavor. This brew fermented for two weeks, I then aged it for two more, bottled it, and left it to age on a rack for about two more months. The end result was something wonderful, and I gave my grandfather a taste. He had been an avid amateur vintner, so he knew a thing or two about how wine should taste. A tear came to his eye, and I could tell he was proud that I had been successful.

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