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Recipes - Holy Cowpeas

clock December 16, 2009 16:32 by author Administrator
So we are at it again with the side dishes. We promise you will love this as a side or even the 'main event' with some rice. In any event, it will not disappoint. Humble and elegant like all the great food of the world. This recipe will bring your biggest foodie friend to their knees. While it seems like many steps and ingredients, this recipe couldn’t be easier. Once you've tried it once, you'll realize the subtle variations are limitless. For instance, if you can’t find Cowpeas, use Black Eyed Peas. As for the other ingredient substitutions, we've even substituted beer for the sherry for a tail-gate. [More]


Ingredients - Huacatay

clock December 8, 2009 09:28 by author Administrator
Huacatay is a herb native to south america from the marigold and tarragon family. Huacatay was introduced to Europe during the Spanish conquests. It is often used as a companion plant in gardening because its roots produce a compound which keeps slugs, pests and weeds at bay. Huacatay leaves and oil are used to flavour food, tobacco, alcoholic beverages and soft drinks, including cola. Huacatay goes by many names throughout the world: Mexican marigold, black mint, Aymara wacataya (Peruvian Quechua), Tagetes minuta, Peruvian black mint, and so on... [More]



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