脆嫩雞腿配甜番茄 Tender & Crisp Chicken Legs with Sweet Tomatoes


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份量Serve:  4

材料 INGREDIENTS
4 件 雞腿 4 higher-welfare chicken legs, jointed
海鹽 sea salt
新鮮黑胡椒粉 freshly ground black pepper
1 大束新鮮羅勒,取葉, 把莖切碎 1 big bunch fresh basil, leaves picked, stalks finely chopped
2 大把紅色和黃色車厘茄和熟番茄,車厘茄切半,番茄一分為四 2 big handfuls red and yellow cherry tomatoes and ripe plum tomatoes, cherry tomatoes halved, plum tomatoes quartered
1 整個大蒜,拆散 1 whole bulb garlic, broken into cloves
1 新鮮紅辣椒,切碎 1 fresh red chilli, finely chopped
橄欖油 olive oil
410克 罐頭白腰豆,瀝乾 410 g tinned cannellini beans, drained, optional
2 一把新薯, 擦洗(可選) 2 handfuls new potatoes, scrubbed (optional)

做法 Method
1. 預熱烤箱 180 ° C/350 ° F/煤氣 4。將雞腿調味,然後平放於煎鍋上。灑上羅勒葉、莖和番茄。
Preheat your oven to 180°C/350°F/gas 4. Season your chicken pieces all over and put them into a snug-fitting pan in one layer. Throw in all the basil leaves and stalks, then chuck in your tomatoes.

2. 將大蒜和辣椒散佈在煎鍋,加少許橄欖油。稍為攪勻,將番茄堆在底。放到焗爐焗上1·5 小時,中途將番茄翻一翻。焗至雞皮變脆,肉煮熟透(肉和骨是分開的)。
Scatter the garlic cloves into the pan with the chopped chilli…

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南美魚餅 South American Fishcakes


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South-American-Fishcakes
材料 INGREDIENTS
1 公斤黑鱈魚排 (連皮,用繩子綁好) 1 kg haddock fillets, skin on, scaled and pinioned
140 毫升牛奶 140 ml milk
2 片月桂葉 2 bay leaves
1 公斤薯仔(土豆),去皮,切粒 1 kg potatoes, peeled and diced
1 大一堆新鮮的歐芹,切碎 1 big bunch fresh flat-leaf parsley, finely chopped
1 把新鮮的薄荷,切碎 1 handful fresh mint, finely chopped
2 隻 檸檬的果皮 zest of 2 lemons
2 隻 青檸的果皮 zest of 2 limes
1 茶匙 茴香籽 1 teaspoon fennel seeds, bashed
2 隻大裝雞蛋 2 large free-range eggs
1 條新鮮紅辣椒,切碎 1 fresh red chilli, finely chopped
海鹽 sea salt
新鮮黑胡椒粉 freshly ground black pepper
115克 純麵粉 115 g plain flour
葵花籽油(炸煮用) sunflower oil, for deep-frying
檸檬(食用時加) lemons, to serve

做法 Method
1. 烤箱預熱至 190 ° C/375 ° F/煤氣 5 。將黑鱈魚排、牛奶和月桂葉置於一個烤盤,蓋上錫紙,焗 15 分鐘。與此同時,將薯仔放在沸騰的鹽水煮約 15 分鐘至變軟,然後瀝乾。瀝乾後把薯仔放到煎鍋壓成蓉。
Preheat the oven to 190°C/375°F/gas 5. Place the haddock in a deep baking tray with the milk and bay leaves, then cover the tray with foil…

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Oregon county bans GMO crops


#AFHN2014 – Oregon Bans #GMO crops

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Voters in Jackson County, Oregon, passed a measure Tuesday prohibiting farmers from growing genetically engineered plants. Farmers had spearheaded the initiative, according to the Associated Press:

The effort to ban GMOs in Jackson County started two years ago when organic farmers learned the Swiss company Syngenta was growing sugar beet seed in local fields that was genetically altered to resist the popular weed killer Roundup. They wanted to protect their crops from being cross-pollinated by genetically modified ones.

Though seed companies spent nearly $1 million campaigning against it, the measure passed by a 2-to-1 margin.

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May 21 is National Strawberries and Cream Day


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Foodimentary - National Food Holidays

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Strawberries and cream is a traditional English dessert and afternoon tea snack,

a delicious and unique way of enjoying strawberries.

Celebrate the National Strawberries and Cream day on May 21th!

Did you know…

  1. Strawberries are the only fruit with seeds on the outside.
  2. The ancient Romans believed that strawberries alleviated symptoms of melancholy, fainting, all inflammations, fevers, throat infections, kidney stones, bad breath, attacks of gout, and diseases of the blood, liver and spleen.
  3. Strawberries are the first fruit to ripen in the spring.
  4. Over 53 percent of seven to nine-year-olds picked strawberries as their favorite fruit.
  5. In a test, subjects who ate nitrate rich foods like strawberries, before exercising burned 100 more calories than those who did not.

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Today’s Food History

  • 1923 Delmonico’s Restaurant closed its doors, a victim of Prohibition. (Some sources list October 4, 1918).
  • 1987 R.I.P.  Archie Fairley Carr. An American biologist and authority…

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