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Shrimp & Egg Lovers Take Heart... Gurus Say, “They’re Low In Fat And Good For You.”

I love shrimp! I love eggs! I begged and pleaded, don’t take them away from me. All these years the nutritional gurus have been telling us they’re high in cholesterol and if you eat these two foods you will have a heart attack! Now, well conducted studies show that low-fat shrimp and eggs, substituted for fatty foods, do not raise blood cholesterol and are not a major contributor to heart disease. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition says despite al...

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I love shrimp! I love eggs! I begged and pleaded, don’t take them away from me. All these years the nutritional gurus have been telling us they’re high in cholesterol and if you eat these two foods you will have a heart attack! Now, well conducted studies show that low-fat shrimp and eggs, substituted for fatty foods, do not raise blood cholesterol and are not a major contributor to heart disease. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition says despite all that cholesterol, shrimp is perfectly good for you.

This is no longer a health concern, because shrimp is low-fat with a rich content of highly unsaturated fatty acids, which lead to the formation of high-density lipids, commonly known as "good cholesterol". Consuming shrimp may actually lower blood cholesterol levels.

So, here’s a great shrimp dish I make quite often. The original Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menu came out of an old Weight Watcher Cookbook, but as always (something I learned from my Grandma) I usually throw in a few extras to make it taste better and substitute some ingredients, but it’s still healthy cooking. I lost 40 lbs. on these Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menus even with additions. Here’s a tip I would like to pass on about fish. I always soak it in milk before cooking; it seems to take away any bad fishy taste.

Shrimp in Spicy Mustard Sauce

12 oz. shrimp, peeled, deveined
2/3 cup fat free ½ & ½, or substitute evaporated skim, regular skim or low-fat milk or soy milk
2 tablespoons Dijon Mustard
½ teaspoon curry powder
¼ teaspoon cumin
¼ teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon lemon juice
½ teaspoon chicken bullion powder or 1 cube
1 tablespoon olive oil
½ onion, minced
4 garlic cloves, minced
Parsley
Parmesan Cheese (optional)

1. Shell & devein shrimp and set aside.

2. In 1-cup liquid measure combine milk, mustard and seasonings, set aside (if you are using milk instead of the fat free ½ & ½ , mix some of the milk with a tablespoon of cornstarch and add to sauce at end to thicken.)

3. In a skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat; add shrimp, onion and garlic, stir constantly until shrimp just turns pink, 2 to 3 minutes.

4. Pour milk mixture into skillet and cook, stirring constantly, until mixture comes to a boil. Reduce heat to low, (add cornstarch mixture if using) let simmer until slightly thickened, 1 or 2 minutes.

5. Using a slotted spoon, remove shrimp to serving platter; set aside.

6. Increase heat to medium-high; continue cooking sauce until mixture is reduced by half, about 5 minutes. Pour sauce over shrimp and sprinkle with parsley and parmesan.

Makes 2 servings

This is great served over noodles or rice. Hope you enjoy your shrimp!

 

The Food Lover’s Site I’ve Been Waiting For

With the fast-paced world we live in, things like cooking at home each night and baking are often not part of our schedules. We often turn to take-out and pre-packaged cookies and cakes instead of taking the time to make those things ourselves. Although cooking and baking, in particular, can seem daunting and time consuming there are many things you can make yourself that are easy and taste delicious too. One baked treat that everyone loves are homemade cookies and with a good butter cookies Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menu you can bake a few dozen with just a handful of ingredients.

Many of us remember having these delectable treats around the holidays. For some of us we were even lucky enough to help our mothers or grandmothers bake them. If that was the case you may still have her butter cookies Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menu tucked away in a drawer or box. If you don’t, don’t fret as there are many wonderful Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menus for butter cookies online and in cookbooks.

The standard Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menu regardless of the version you create is the same. You’ll need just a few simple ingredients to get started including butter, sugar and flour. Most of us already have these things in our kitchens. Along with those standards a butter cookies Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menu also calls for baking powder, salt and vanilla extract.

Although a plain cookie is always delicious, there are many variations of this particular sweet treat and you are apt to want to try almost every one once you discover how simple they are to make. A popular type of butter cookie that only requires the addition of a fragrant spice and nuts are walnut cinnamon butter cookies. When dipped in a mug of warm tea or coffee, these satisfy every sweet tooth. They also make a wonderful hostess gift when you are invited to a dinner party. Just wrap them up in a nice wicker basket with some pretty tissue and a ribbon.

Chocolate lovers also have their own version of this standard Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menu. Why not experiment with a chocolate butter cookies Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menu or perhaps stick with the original Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menu and add a decadent chocolate frosting to the cookies? Either way, you are going to get your cocoa fix with these cookies.

A really good idea is to make a big batch of the type you most like. They freeze so well and if you devote one afternoon every couple of months to baking butter cookies, you’ll have a supply at hand in case company stops by or for your child’s lunch box. The biggest problem you’ll face is how not to eat them all up yourself – they are that delicious!

 

The Food Lover’s Site I’ve Been Waiting For

If you’re like me, you grew up watching someone cook, from time to time. And, if you’re like me, you have your favorite foods – call them “comfort foods,” if you wish. Those Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menus, that when cooked, fill the air with aromas that can only be satisfied by sitting down and savoring.

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As I grew, however, the repertoire of Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menus that I enjoyed watching other home cooks and chefs prepare (and eat), also grew. With the advent of the internet, it was a gold mine of goulashes, a reservoir of resources and a collection of food communities to share and exchange a love of all things – food!

But – something was missing.

Not one of those food sites had videos. There’s nothing like, virtually, sitting on the edge of the counter, watching an experienced and enthusiastic home cook or chef preparing their specialty Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menu right in front of you. You know what I mean – those folks who cook and measure everything with a “pinch of this” or a “dash of that.”

Welcome to the age of IPTVRecipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menus.com (www.IPTVRecipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menus.com), a site which truly delivers a food lovers present and future needs. Home cooks, chefs, and food-related businesses now have a truly genius cooking social network site where everyone can fully interact and share cooking and food-related videos. A completely free service to all members, you have the option to broadcast your cooking talents through your personal MyKitchen, and (get this!) soon straight to your home televisions via IPTV! This site combines innovative and tested technologies, traditional needs and creative ideas to bring like-minded folks together to broadcast themselves, interact and enjoy shared value.

Your first visit to IPTVRecipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menus brings you to their homepage that’s elegant in its’ simplicity of design and function. After registering, you become part of the virtual kitchen – everyone has their own – where you can upload videos of your favorite Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menus, check out other’s videos, upload written Recipe, Preparation, Serving, Food Cooking Menus, participate in various Forum topics and, even, check out their store front for food-related shopping deals.

To reply to a question on the site – “What are you hungry for?” – my response is – “This is the food lover’s site I’ve been waiting for!”




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