Medical Medium – Recipe of the Week

Medical Medium – Recipe of the Week

  Roasted Eggplant with a Tomato Cucumber Salad This combination of fresh juicy tomatoes, cucumbers and herbs piled on top of piping hot baked eggplant makes for a heavenly meal for lunch or dinner. This recipe is very simple to make, making it perfect for busy weeknight dinners or an easy choice that will still delight your guests at a dinner party. Tomatoes contain their own variety of vitamin C that’s bioavailable to the lymphatic system and liver, supports the immune system to keep it strong against EBV, and prohibits viruses from traveling through the body with ease. When growing, tomatoes absorb and collect the moonlight’s frequency at night. This means that when consumed, tomatoes strengthen the thyroid’s radio-like frequencies, helping to create balance and homeostasis with all the body’s organs and glands. Cucumbers strengthen the adrenals and kidneys and flush viral neurotoxins out of the bloodstream. They hydrate the lymphatic system allowing for better cleansing. Cucumber hydration can slow down and even stop a fresh mononucleosis infection. Onions are one of the most accomplished foods on the planet for keeping down bacterial overgrowth in the body, making them a star for anyone who deals with SIBO. The sulphur they contain (including the phytochemical allicin, other organo-sulphides, and sulphur compounds that haven’t yet been uncovered in research) is part of what makes onions nature’s antibiotic. It’s also responsible for ridding the body of radiation exposure, casting out viruses, and drawing out DDT and other pesticides, herbicides, and toxic heavy metals. Roasted Eggplants with a Tomato-Cucumber Salad   Ingredients: For the eggplants: 2 tbsp lemon juice 1/2 tsp ground cumin...
  Anna’s Story  – The Medial Medium Recipe for the Week

  Anna’s Story – The Medial Medium Recipe for the Week

    Cucumber Noodles with a Chunky Tomato Sauce I suggest that if you enjoyed the first article that you join up with the facebook page of this remarkable man Anthony William. He has produced a recipe this week which is liver healing and strengthening and goes along with his  New book: Liver Rescue which comes out in the UK in October this year but can be pre-purchased on his site www.medicalmedium.com His reason for this recipe and its healing qualities are explained: Anthony William writes:”Cucumber noodles are an easy and delicious way to reap the many healing benefits of this special fruit. Topped with a chunky sauce of fresh, juicy tomatoes, flavorful garlic, and fragrant basil, this recipe provides a wonderfully healing and tasty meal or snack for anytime of day. You may find this simple recipe becomes a daily or weekly staple for you and your family! Get the recipe below or watch a video of how to make the recipe here. Cucumbers strengthen the adrenals and kidneys and flush viral neurotoxins out of the bloodstream. They hydrate the lymphatic system allowing for better cleansing. Cucumber hydration can slow down and even stop a fresh mononucleosis infection and the high fiber content of cucumbers makes them an excellent remedy for constipation by adding bulk and hydration directly to the colon. Tomatoes contain their own variety of vitamin C that’s bioavailable to the lymphatic system and liver, supports the immune system to keep it strong against EBV(Epstein Barr Virus) , and prohibits viruses from traveling through the body with ease. When growing, tomatoes absorb and collect the moonlight’s...
Spark up your summer entertaining with the Revolutionary fold down SpaceGrill Gas Barbecue

Spark up your summer entertaining with the Revolutionary fold down SpaceGrill Gas Barbecue

Space Grill is an Interior and Garden Designers space saving dream.  With its very clean and contemporary aesthetic, SpaceGrill offers designers an outdoor cooking solution which is both elegant and incredibly space efficient making it ideal where outdoor living space is limited or where a visually discrete outdoor cooking solution is sought.  Designed to be mounted to a wall or other vertical load bearing structure, it simply folds down when not in use – protruding a mere 20.cm. from where mounted. Thanks to a patented design feature, SpaceGrill is easily lifted up when needed for cooking, and just quickly folds down following use. The latest model contains thermocouple valves, which automatically cut off gas supply should the flame be extinguished by the elements. While SpaceGrill though is primarily intended for outdoor use, given the fluid nature of outdoor and indoor living spaces, this feature permits use in spaces that might by law be classified as indoor, such as enclosed balconies. It can be converted to operate off mains gas, so purely indoor use is actually feasible when combined with an extractor fan, offering a dedicated indoor grill when required, as well as introducing a bit of theatre, say if mounted to an indoor island with seating for guests. While being highly space efficient when folded down, SpaceGrill delivers a very impressive cooking area (64cm x 48cm), so it is not only suitable for family entertaining, but can easily cater for larger gatherings. Powered by three high performance stainless steel burners together generating 10.5kW, the cooking area consists of two parts: a chef-grade stainless steel grill plus a ceramic coated...
Laurent Guinci Creates “Crepes”

Laurent Guinci Creates “Crepes”

  As Pancake Season Arrives – Get Prepared to make a True Crepe in the French  Style                                                                                                        Laurent Writes “Let ‘s make  “crêpes” in French… I am giving you my secret recipe!   Enjoy and make it fun…”     THIS WILL MAKE ABOUT 12 CREPES, depending on the size of your pan 250G OF FLOUR 1TSP OF BAKING POWDER 3 LARGE EGGS 1 TBSP OF OIL (sunflower or vegetable) PINCH OF SALT 600ML OF SEMI-SKIMMED MILK BUTTER FOR COOKING   In the food processor or with a handheld blender, mix all the ingredients for 1 minute until homogeneous.       Transfer the pancake mix into a jar (easier for later) and leave to rest for 20 minutes. Warm up a large frying pan on a medium/high heat.   For each crêpe: Rub the pan with a knob of butter (the size of a small hazelnut) on a kitchen paper. Pour about a ladle of the mix in the pan, enough to cover its surface… BUT no more! Swirl the liquid mix around while you pour it to have an even pancake. Cook the pancake until it starts coming off the pan – it should take 1min15sec max!     Flip it and cook for another 30 seconds the other side.   Serve and eat them as you...
Laurent’s Famous TANGY LEMON & THYME TART

Laurent’s Famous TANGY LEMON & THYME TART

I use a 23cm pie tray… FOR THE PASTRY BASE: 220 GR PLAIN FLOUR 50 GR ICING SUGAR 110GR COLD DICED BUTTER 1 MEDIUM EGGS   FOR THE FILLING: 4 MEDIUM EGGS 100 GR CASTER SUGAR 75GR MELTED BUTTER 1 LIME 4 LEMONS A SPRINKLE OF FRESH THYME (1/2 TSP) Make a shortcrust with the “BASE” ingredients and store in the fridge for 30 minutes. Pre-heat the oven at 170 degrees Celsius, add a metal baking sheet on the grid of your oven. Roll the dough flat between 2 sheets of cling film or on a floured surface. Lay in the pie tray, push the pastry in the corners and leave it to go over the dish. Spike with a folk the base of the tart. In a jar, mix FIRST sugar and eggs till homogeneous… add the zest and juice of all the lemons, melted butter and lime. Add the thyme, mix. Place the tart on the hot baking sheet in the oven and pour the liquid gently in the middle of the pastry. Bake for 40 minutes. Gently roll the pin on the edges to get rid of the excess pastry (while it’s still warm, it’s easier) Leave it to cool down before eating. Sprinkle with fresh thyme. *Note* It’s not your conventional custard-like filling, this one has more consistency and texture to it. For more recipe’s like these please click through to LOLOCOOKBOOK.COM...
Introducing Cookery to Windows to the World – Laurent Guinci

Introducing Cookery to Windows to the World – Laurent Guinci

Do your Taste Buds Need Tantalizing –  Welcome to our LOLOCOOKBOOK with Laurent Guinci We are introducing a new Cookery Section to our Website supported by the famous designer Laurent Guinci.  Who has opened the secrets of his famous LOLOCOOKBOOK to our readers. Laurent Guinci, but also known to his friends as Lolo , is a French designer who has lived in London since 1994. Despite a scientific background with degrees in Maths, Physics and Astronomy, he always wanted to have his own design business. So he created LFG Design: a design consultancy company, dealing with Lifestyle and Fashion. As a designer, Laurent sketched staff uniforms for restaurants around London, designed a line of clothing for hip and trendy MOMO and created a ‘capsule range’ of bespoke unique T-shirts. From there, he started using his creativity for the film industry on features like Harry Potter, Bridget Jones, In Bruges and most recently James Bond among others. Creative director for the Harry Potter Tour in London for the past 6 years, Laurent also became Costume Designer for WB and Universal Studio Theme Parks in USA and Japan (including credits for Harry Potter, King Kong Skull Island, The Hulk, Volcano Bay waterPark and upcoming Nintendo theme park). But it doesn’t stop here! Mentor Film Director Peter Mcdonald, inspired him to develop his passion for photography and he now counts among his photographed “victims” people like actor Tom Felton, Matthew Lewis and models. Laurent is happy to share this with us on Windows to the World and it can be viewed on LOLOPHOTOBOOK. And finally, being a foodie and always willing to...

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