Beat whites until stiff, while adding half a cup of sugar, and pour into a large bowl.
Beat egg yolks, salt and rest of the sugar until pale and fluffy, and pour them into the bowl. Whisk together lightly.
Now add all the liquid ingredients and whisk until well mixed. (There will always be considerable foam on top.)
Ladle this mixture – as Ginny says “sampling the while” – into best looking liquor, wine or milk bottles. Seal and store in the refrigerator. As foam subsides, use one of the bottles to fill the others thoroughly. Give bottles a good shake at this time and always shake well before serving.
Best if allowed to mature for two weeks. Serve with a sprinkling of fresh grated nutmeg.
Before bed, place 1 cup of oats in a bowl. Add warm water, balsamic vinegar, stir, cover and leave on counter overnight. Upon waking, strain and rinse the oats. Place them in a pan and cook with ½ the amount of water called for.
Serve oats with sautéed mushrooms, onion, and thyme for a savory flavor or molasses, nuts, and berries for a sweet flavor.
Easy! Butter up your muffin tins, plop in your protein and veg mixtures. Wisk up the eggs with salt and pepper. Pour the eggs on top to fill tins up 2/3 full. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 min. Put em in the fridge and enjoy a quick and healthy breakfast on the go all week long.
Soak the shrimp in juice of fresh limes while chopping up the rest. Add rest of chopped ingredients, stir it up! Wait to add diced avocado until right before serving. Great in corn tortillas as shrimp tacos or with corn chips as ceviche dip.
Take that fishy, lay it in a pan on top of a small amount of olive oil. Add salt and pepper to taste. Chop up your herbs and place them in a separate bowl. Juice lemons in bowl with herbs. Mix well and pour on top of salmon. Bake 450 degrees 12-15 min.
Toss the cabbage, apple, celery, and bell pepper together in a large bowl.
In a smaller bowl, whisk remaining ingredients.
Drizzle over coleslaw and toss to coat.
Dr. Della Parker promotes what she calls the Real Food Diet. So here it is… Meat, vegetables, and fruit. This is why our stomach pH is acidic and we have teeth meant for shredding and tearing. Animal protein provides you with nutrients, amino acids, and collagen that cannot be found in other foods. Click to contact Dr. Della Parker for a free consultation or call 503-344-6631.
Cut up and fry that bacon. Hold on to that delicious grease! Add in onion and garlic to sauté. Finally add in chopped greens, and liquids. Stir and cover. Let simmer on low heat stirring occasionally for about 15 min. So delicious! Great side to add to any protein or throw an egg on top and serve for breakfast!