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Easy Grilled LinguiçA

Count on 4 ounces linguiça per person. Cut the sausage into 3-inch lengths. Slice in half lengthwise. Place on grill and cook until sizzling. Serve on a hotdog bun, hamburger bun, or hard roll. Grill an onion and pepper while you’re at it to top your linguiça sandwich. Kale Soup 1 to 2 pounds linguiça […]

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Salt Cod

by Maria Lawton This codfish recipe is the most traditional dish. As far as I can remember, my mom would make this dish for us. Plus, this is the first dish I attempted to make when I was learning to cook with salted cod. If you’ve never cooked with salted cod, I recommend starting with […]

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Rye Tavern Sunflower Salad

You can plate this salad in minutes, if you’ve made the components—roasted beets, pickled onions, and chimichurri vinaigrette—ahead. 1 pound beets 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 1¼ cup olive oil, divided 3 cloves garlic, divided 10 tablespoons sugar, divided kosher or sea salt freshly ground black pepper 1 pound red onions, halved and sliced very thinly […]

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Onion/Thyme Tea

Onion/Thyme Tea (very effective to combat a cold) 1 medium size onion cut in smaller pieces 2 teaspoon dried thyme 2 cups boiling water Pour the boiling water over the onion thyme mix. Let sit covered for 15 minutes, then strain. Add a spoon of honey and enjoy. The onion/thyme mixture can be brewed over […]

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Digestion Tea

1 teaspoon dried peppermint 1 teaspoon dried fennel seeds 1 cup boiling water Pour the boiling water over the herb mix, let sit covered for 15 minutes. Strain and enjoy with or without honey. Read the Story…

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Thyme Tea

2 teaspoons of dried thyme or 1 tablespoon fresh thyme 1 cup boiling water Steep thyme in one cup boiling water for 5-10 minutes. Strain and add fresh lemon juice and honey to taste. In Hortense’s house, she also adds a chopped onion to this tea and, although it has a strong taste, her family […]

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Stinging Nettle Tea

A tea useful in reducing the symptoms of seasonal allergies. 2 tablespoons dried nettles 2 cups boiling water Steep dried nettle in boiling water for five minutes. Strain and enjoy, hot or iced! You can also add dried mint or chamomile to the dried nettles to suit your taste. Read the Story…

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Sleep Well Tea

1 teaspoon dried lemon balm 1 teaspoon dried chamomile 1 cup of boiling water Pour the boiling water over the herb mix. Let sit covered for 15 minutes, strain. Enjoy with or without honey. Good night. Read the Story…

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Marsh Mallow Tea

1 tablespoon marsh mallow root 1 cup warm (not boiling) water Mix marsh mallow root with warm (not boiling) water. Let steep in the refrigerator for at least three hours. Feel free to enhance the taste by adding peppermint leaf, lemon balm, or chamomile leaves. Since the tea is made with the plant’s roots and […]

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Ginger Tea

Here is one of my go-to favorites that I take at the first sign of a cold. Ginger and honey have anti-viral properties. 1-2 pounds of ginger ½ lemon 1 large tablespoon honey ⅛ teaspoon cayenne pepper 6 ounces hot water grated turmeric Black pepper Juice (or grate on a fi ne setting) 1–2 pounds […]

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