Saturday, December 26, 2009

Ayurveda For Chronic Pancreatitis

Aphorisms and magic. Recalling Alda Merini


What was the greatest Italian poet know. Who has had a troubled life, too. Have thought of that before leaving, the world has rejected, mistreated, searched, critically acclaimed, I do not know.
Now she's dead body, she is speaking out of experience death in life.
I like to think that the wise woman is tormented and now some of the inns from her loved ones, to write some aphorism, acquitted by God for lack of evidence. The cigarette in one hand, a string of pearls on her breast. I like to think like you, who wrote "God does one thing: our scent disperses into infinity to give life to your breath."

vichyssoise of December with bread sticks with sesame seeds and crunchy julienne vegetables
This is a creamy potato and leek soup is traditionally served cold. But in December, is more inviting and comforting if eaten warm or hot, maybe the end of one of those days of endless work and rainy when returning home is the best gift of all.

Ingredients: 400g potatoes to pasta
yellow
2 leeks (white part only)
1 tablespoon chopped fresh dill
Fresh cream 1 dl
1 tablespoon olive oil 1
tablespoon lime juice or lemon a small bunch chives
Half saffron broth
1lt
30g butter Salt and white pepper to taste Fry
the white part of leeks, sliced \u200b\u200binto rounds with butter, then add the potatoes, peeled and cut into chunks, cover with the broth and simmer for 30-40 minutes, until the vegetables are soft. Blend all the ingredients until a smooth paste, add the saffron dissolved in a little water and fresh cream. Bring to a boil, stirring with a whisk, add salt and pepper and flavored with lime and dill. Serve hot cream sprinkled with chopped chives.
Serve with bread sticks and bread dough baked with sesame seeds and carrots cut into julienne strips.

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Greek Makeup And Dresses



E 'come at night, like a script worthy of respect. E 'fell for hours, even days later, silencing my world. Even inside of me, silence. I welcome this moment with joy and surprise me. I hate the cold. I celebrate that rare.
Yet I find myself smiling, thinking it was a lot that do not sink your feet into something clean. Tomorrow will be different already, but it is as if he had noticed in December that it was necessary to light here. Not artificial, intermittently. True light that goes off, which lightens the night and brings out the laughter of children. Or heard outside and the mind races back. Then I'm back here. A curious awaits me tomorrow. I put the red lace on the windows, turn on the oven and prepare the flour. Greetings.


Salmon spicy crust and baked potatoes foamed

For 2
2 salmon steaks from about 130 grams. A bunch of chives and chervil.
1 teaspoon mixed pepper: pink, white and green.
a glass of vodka.
Extra virgin olive oil. Salt 2 potatoes
oval of about 180 grams each, perfectly healthy
Robiola enough.

For baked potatoes
Brush Wash the potatoes well and peel, not dry them, wrap them in a sheet of parchment paper, but do not tighten the bag.
Put in a baking pan and bake at 180 degrees making cook for about 50-60 minutes. Once baked, open the foil, and affecting the potato in the same direction, gently spread apart the two sides and season with salt and pepper.
Add a tablespoon of mousse robiola you've done before whisking the cheese with a little 'black pepper and olive oil. Add the chopped chives. For the salmon
Crush or grind the pepper and sprinkle both sides of salmon steaks, pressing down well with your hands. In a saucepan, heat the oil, place the salmon and cook two minutes on each side. Sprinkle with vodka and flame. Add the salt, remove from heat and look with the chopped chervil.