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Grilled Chicken and Vegetables – Recipe by Laura Vitale – Laura in the Kitchen Ep 118

The olive oil I used in this episode is San Macario Organic – it’s a very high quality finishing oil sent to me by the folks at www.olio2go.com – I recommend always using a good quality olive oil, and they have a lot to choose from! To get more info visit www.olio2go.com To get my iTunes App on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, search for ‘Laura Vitale’ or ‘Laura in the Kitchen’ in your app store or visit: itunes.apple.com To get this complete recipe with instructions, check out my website: www.LauraintheKitchen.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5

The Spice of Life Animation – Organic Vegetable Curry Recipe. Santé et plaisir, recette bio animée

“Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food “, Hippocrates, the Father of Modern Medicine, 460 – 359 BC. The British love affair with curry, an approximation of the great and complex cuisines of South Asia, is legion. What has never been appreciated however, until recent years — is that the art of the ancient Mughlai spice blenders went far beyond the culinary to embrace areas of both physical and mental health in the prevention and treatment of disease. For example, turmeric has many medical applications, two of them being:- the prevention of Alzheimers and topically, post Fukushima, in enabling the excretion of radionuclides from the body. Living in France and getting tired of annoying my brother-in-law into loading the postal system with packets of Waitrose organic curry powder, I set up our own spice chest and began to blend my own curry spices. Last year we went even further and began to grow the spices ourselves. If you want to try this, make a start with fennel, garlic and coriander or fenugreek, which can be grown in pots on a balcony. www.youtube.com shows how to build an inexpensive green house from recycled, materials to grow most of the spices used in this recipe. We also include a recipe for chutney, which again, like curry, is an interpretation of an ancient recipe and was reputedly created by a 19th century British Army officer. Major Grey’s chutney used mangoes but in Britain this was later translated into the more usual Marrow Chutney
Video Rating: 5 / 5