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Monday, February 8, 2010

What to Get That Special Person in Your Life For Valentine's Day?

It is only 6 days left to Valentine's Day and you still do not know what to get for that special person in your life. What will make them smile besides flowers? The answer is getting them a Personal Chef Gift Certificate to use whenever it is convenient for them. Not only are they getting their own personal chef, they are also eating healthy vegetarian food. Now this gift will show them how much you love and care for their well being and health.
The benefits in giving them a personal chef:

* No waiting in long lines to be seated in a restaurant
* Lack of time
* Dislike grocery shopping
* No interest in cooking
* No cooking knowledge and skill
* Tired of fast food
* Desire to eat healthy
* Special dietary needs
* No loud restaurant noise
* Quiet Romantic Ambiance
* Free Romantic Music CD w/ 5 course meal to set the mood
* Delicious healthy vegetarian 3 - 5 course meal served or dropped off
* Romantic Dinner for 2 delivered to your home

Here are some of the packages:

-3 course meal (app/soup/salad,entree & dessert)
-4 course meal (app, soup/salad, entree & dessert)
-5 course meal (app, soup, salad, entree & dessert)

Your problem is solved for Valentine's Day. Now your significant other will think you put a lot of thought into their gift. They will love you for life. Show them you really care today.

For more info on getting a personal chef gift certificate in Atlanta, GA go to
Valentine's Day Personal Chef Gift Certificate

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Citrus Ginger Dressing: Lite, Good & Tasty!

I have a dressing that I made 8 years ago and I am still using it in most of my salads. This dressing is easy and quick. I always keep ginger root, olive oil, agave or maple syrup and tamari sauce as a staple in my house. These four ingredients are the most used ingredients in my vegetarian meals. Now I get a little more creative and add about a tablespoon of tahini to this dressing. The tahini takes the dressing to another level.
Try it.

Citrus-ginger Dressing

½ cup olive oil
2 tbsp. Shoyu/Tamari sauce
2 tbsp. 100% maple syrup
1 tbsp. fresh ginger, minced
1 fresh tangerine
any citrus fruit, juiced
½ tsp. oregano/basil, dried
Pinch of crushed red pepper

Stir citrus-ginger dressing and add to salad to serve.

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Monday, February 1, 2010

Curry Split Pea Soup:Mmm! Mmm! Delicious

Split pea soup is one of my favorite soups and I am a soup lover. I love how it hugs my soul and warms me up in the winter time and soothes me in the summer time. I also love curry spice to take it to another level.
Here is my version of Curry Split Pea Soup:

1 cup dried split peas
2 sprigs of fresh thyme
2 sprigs of fresh rosemary
2 sprigs of fresh sage
1 vegetable boullion cube
5 cloves garlic, chopped
1/2 cup onion, diced
1 tblsp. curry powder
1/8 tsp. cayenne pepper
1 tblsp. vegan/turbinado sugar/Agave
1 carrot, diced
1/4 cup oil
salt & pepper to taste
5 cups vegetable broth

In a stock pot, on low to medium heat, add oil, curry powder, cayenne, garlic, onion, thyme, sage and rosemary Constantly stirring as spices are simmering and sweating. After onions become translucent, add vegetable broth and turn up heat to medium high. Add split peas, carrots and vegetable boullion cube.Cover and boil until peas become soft. Then add sweetner and salt & pepper to taste. To make soup smooth and thick, blend a hand held blender in soup until a thick consistency forms. Enjoy!
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