Honey Vanilla Rooibos Tea Infused Duck Breast

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Honey vanilla rooibos tea was infused to delicately season a lovely duck breast that was pan seared to perfection. Served atop porcini mushroom risotto and drizzled with a  pan sauce; the flavors whisper tantalizingly to your taste buds….

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Pan Roasted Duck Breast with Honey Citrus Thyme Sauce over Fire Roasted Corn and Celeriac Root Mash and Sautéed Asparagus Tips with Leeks and Garlic

Want to know how to make this delectable duck dish? Tune in for the live simulcast 30 January 2013 on The Health and Wellness Channel live web feed, 2-4 pm (Eastern). A one hour presentation on food and obesity will be followed by a cooking demo of this piece of poultry perfection. We will also…

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Southern Living’s Dayime TV

For those that missed our appearance several weeks ago on Southern Living’s Daytime TV, here’s the clip. Enjoy! [wpvideo 87CslUn3]

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The Fool on the Strawberry Hill

What better way to open the month of April, which welcomes us as fools (and I with a total malapropism of Beatles classics) than with the Foole of Strawberries. Strawberries are a treat; delicious sun sweetened harbingers of the bounty to come, they are among the first of fruits to give yield. They are also among the top five…

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Honey Honey

Please visit our honey inspired recipes published in the latest edition of   Today’s Diet and Nutrition: Dr. Mike’s Honey Inspired Recipes

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Simple is as Simple does

Sometimes simple is good. In fact, most times simple is good; which is why I take no offense at constantly being labled a rather simple guy. Here is an appetizer/dessert that is simple but delicious. Some fresh kiwi, pureed and strained and ladled over some camebert cheese with honey. All baked in some puff pastry…

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Slow Smoked Cranberry and Honey Glazed Beef Short Ribs

Here in the South, we like to do some things slow. It’s not quite on the Island Time of the more southeastern Caribbean locales, but we are definitely a notch less hurried than our Northern brethren. We speak a little slower, chat a little longer, linger a bit over our iced tea and cook a…

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Dijon & Citron-Honey Mead Lamb Chops

Grilled meat is great any time of year. So is mead, serve chilled during the warmer weather and mulled with spices during the colder. No doubt one of man’s most ancient alcoholic brews, mead was used as a medicinal tonic being derived from healthful honey. Together the grilled meat and lamb form a sweet natural…

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