This is the smoothie bowl that can't help but brighten your day! With only natural sugars, it's incredible how much this dairy-free smoothie tastes like the classic creamy dessert.This recipe was contributed by Justin's.
Oranges are excellent for vision health as they contain high amounts of vitamin C, which keeps blood vessels in the eye strong and stable while decreasing the risk of cataract formation. Oranges also contain folate, which is important during fetal vision development, so pregnant women should drink good ol' OJ in the morning.
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This cranberry orange jam serves as such a simple but sumptuous host/hostess gift or wonderful side dish. You can make the jam, put it in mason jars and gift it. Your host will love that you took the time to make something special instead of just bringing a bottle of wine. This recipe is courtesy of OMG Yummy
This is not the high-calorie dreamsicle of your childhood, but a rich, yogurt substitute that will help boost your immune system and add lean protein to your diet. The “good bacteria” in this kind of yogurt can help your gut health, while the flavors in the smoothie will make you feel like a kid again.This recipe is courtesy of Prevention.
This is one of the simplest and most thirst-quenching combinations there is and it’s bursting with flavor. The taste is so much better if you choose the freshest sweet-tasting oranges and squeeze them yourself. Cesar and Nadia Roden, authors of Ice Pops!: 50 Delicious Fresh and Fabulous Icy Treats.Click here to see more ice pop recipes.
In the middle of the 20th century, La Maison Arabe was the most famous restaurant on the African continent. A French woman and her daughter opened it in 1946, after the pasha Thami el Glaoui granted them the right for the first restaurant in the medina open to foreigners and provided one of his chefs. Frequented by Winston Churchill, Charles de Gaulle, Queen Ingrid of Denmark, and Jackie Kennedy, La Maison Arabe remained a legendary, essential dining spot until the mesdames shuttered it in 1983. Fabrizio Ruspoli, an Italian-French aristocrat who spent much time during his childhood in Tanger, purchased the property in 1995 and converted it into Marrakech's first boutique hotel. Over the years, the food has regained its prominent place, and the kitchen is once again the finest in the city.
This sophisticated tagine from the La Maison Arabe kitchen, using the trademark mixing of sweet and savory, and drawing on the citrus groves around Marrakech, is guaranteed to impress. Sublime.
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