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  • Savoring the Southwest: Sage and Sesame Fried Chicken
    Savoring the Southwest: Sage and Sesame Fried Chicken
    Fried chicken! It is just a way of life. For many people, noshing on some fried chicken is one of the ultimate comfort foods. Fried chicken is also a "happy" food. Point-in-fact: have you ever seen someone who is eating fried chicken...
  • Gluten free sage and squash lasagna
    Gluten free sage and squash lasagna recipe
    Why not jazz up the classic lasagna with this unique recipe for gluten free sage and squash lasagna. Best gluten free lasagna noodle goes to RP’s Pasta once again. Using mostly brown rice flour, this pasta has the same flavor and texture as...
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    A quick and easy way of testing your brain function
    Douglas Scharre, M.D., of the Division of Cognitive Neurology at Ohio State University developed a self-administered, quick and easy test to assess brain function. The self-test is called the e Self-Administered Gerocognitive Examination (SAGE)...
  • Sage and cleansing negative energy
    Sage and cleansing negative energy
    Sage is the herb most people go to when trying to rid a house or room or business of negative energy of any kind. Sage is used in a specific cleansing ritual to rid an area of an unwanted spirit.http://www.spellsandmagic.com/Sage.htmlSage has been...
  • Sage and Alzheimer's: A cure may be found in this herb
    Sage and Alzheimer's: A cure may be found in this herb
    Sage has been used for centuries to make medicinal teas. These teas were used to treat coughs, colds, sore throats and bronchitis, according to Natural News. Sage has also long been used as a brain food and anti-inflammatory. There are oils and...
  • 'The Fall of Onagros'
    'The Fall of Onagros' by Marian Allen
    "There is no present or future, only the past, happening over and over again, now." - Eugene O'NeillThis quote from Eugene O'Neill's "A Moon for the Misbegotten" so aptly describes the journey on which author Marian...
  •  Spotlight on smudging: Cleansing an area with smoke
    Spotlight on smudging: purifying one's living space
    As a paranormal investigator, a common topic that people often ask about is how to rid the home of spirit activity. There are many different ways to approach this. Christianity, Catholicism in particular, recommends having the house blessed by the...
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    Sage: a user-friendly herb
    Salvia officinalis. That’s botanical speak for sage. This delicious, healthy herb belongs in your world. Use it in your kitchen, or store it in your medicine chest. Keep your own supply at the ready by growing sage in your backyard garden...
  • Herbs 101: Sage
    Herbs 101: Sage
    Sage is a popular herb grown in most gardens across the country. Its origins go back thousands of years with the ancient Greeks and Romans using it as a meat preservative. A native plant to the Mediterranean region, today it used for a variety of...
  • The Runaway King by Jennifer A. Nielsen
    Never give up: Jennifer A. Nielsen inspires readers of all ages
    On Thursday, April 18th at 7 pm, Jennifer A. Nielsen inspired readers of all ages from the Toronto area with her message to never give up on their dreams during her author event in Etobicoke.In much the same way that The False Prince and The...
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    Cooking with sage
    Sage, salvia officinalis, is a common cooking herb. Sage is most often used with poultry and pork but is also used to flavor cheese and wine and it can be used in herbal teas. Many English and German recipes call for sage. Sage is often used with...
  • Using sage and Cake info
    Using sage and Cake info
    Next to rosemary, sage is perhaps the most popular herb to use with not just turkey, but other birds (its “foresty” aroma and lemony flavor makes for a seasoning essential). And it can actually be used year round.Sage is also a...
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    Perennial herbs add zest, flavor to holiday dishes
    Everyone has “A Christmas Story” to tell. This time of year brings them all rushing back to us. I too remember the veritable turkey festival that followed the usual holiday fare. But one “leftover” dish for me epitomized...
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    How to cook with thyme
    Thyme can be purchased as a dried spice or as a fresh herb or you can grow it in your own garden to snip as needed. It’s is an ancient cooking herb that is used in recipes from many countries. Thyme is generally combined with the herbs...
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    Herb: Cooking sage
    Culinary sage- Salvia officinalis – is a Mediterranean native but is hardy most winters in the Inland Northwest. It’s more apt to rot in a wet winter than freeze in a cold one. It’s one of those herbs that make you think of...