Posts Tagged ‘milk’

Kitty Katnip Kookies

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

These are wonderful cookie treats to reward a well behaving pet, or to help elevate their mood. Some felines become more frisky, others simply more playful. Be careful not to reward your family pet too often though, as some cats will become a little aggressive when fed too much catnip. You know your pet best, [...]

How to make your own Homemade Orange Julius

Friday, December 12th, 2008

Now who doesn’t love an Orange Julius? This homemade version is a very close approximation of the ‘real deal’ and brings both young and old together enjoying a frothy refreshing drink! (For more recipes, check out the ‘category’ sections of
This Homemade Orange Julius recipe makes 5½ cups, more than enough to keep 3-5 people [...]

How to make a spicy Chai Tea

Monday, December 8th, 2008

One of the teas that is gaining in popularity recently is Chai Tea. It is both nutritious and delicious, and is suprizingly simple to make at home. The gingerroot aids in digestion, with the cinnamon having an all-around ‘tonic’ effect, the cayenne pepper and cloves helps the metabolism, and the milk is soothing to both [...]

How to Make a Molded Tomato Ice Cream

Friday, December 5th, 2008

Molded tomato ice cream—This is an unique flavoured ice cream, and will be the talk of the party! It is best presented molded into the approximate shape of a tomato, garnished with large mint leaves at the base, a sprig on top to resemble tomato leaves and the stem, then served accompanied with other fruits. [...]

How to Make a Regular Light Milk Cheese

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

This is an easy recipe to make a Regular Light Milk Cheese, which is a soft cheese. Depending how you wish to use your cheese will dictate which, if any, flavorings you wish to add while making your Milk Cheese. (for more flavouring ideas and information on how to make other cheeses—such as Boursin, creama [...]

Homemade Mixes Suitable for Gift Giving

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008

These homemade bulk blends make lovely holiday gifts. And they are also appropriate for garden or herb club refreshments, for they are so easy to prepare for a large crowd. For gift giving, package instant beverage mixes in holiday tins or plastic-lined decorative cloth sacks tied closed with a cinnamon stick-adorned ribbon. Include instructions for [...]