Submitted by omshanti on September 11, 2007 - 4:58am
Servings:two dinner portions and 10 mini shells for future use
I was messing with “pastry” shells and this savory one sounded good for quiche. It was delish with a green herb salad. It can be sweetened for a nice tart crust or pie crust( i have boston cream in the freezer now!)
Submitted by writeeternity on June 24, 2007 - 8:13am
Easy and Cheesy “omlette.” A delicious way to use leftover dip. Great for brunch!
Submitted by nthmost on May 28, 2007 - 3:25pm
Servings:Makes 4 cups
White peaches, white tea, and the fresh zing of parsley come together in a light green beverage with a lovely froth.
Tea can be raw—think sun tea. I put a large jar of water, freshly blessed, on my windowsill and added the white tea leaves to it. I live in Oakland and I have a large sunny south-facing window, so the effect was pretty intense.
Another route you could take to get the same effect would be to use fresh water mixed with shizandra berry powder or a mushroom extract like reishi.
Add a frozen banana to make this more of a cool smoothie for a hot summer day.
Submitted by kandace on October 9, 2006 - 8:17pm
This is a decadent, delicious Sunday morning treat! Based on a recipe from a video by Alyssa Cohen (I was taking notes while watching, so this may be a bit of a variation).