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Living Well (Part 2) - Herbs for health
Add herbs to salads. Try wild rocket, which has a peppery taste, helps stimulate digestion and is high in sulphur, which is good for healthy skin, hair and nails.
Living Well (Part 1)
Introduce spices and herbs gradually to your cooking so you get used to how they work and then you’ll learn how not to overpower a dish.
Make The Switch
Swapping your usual cooking oil for olive oil might help protect you from a stroke. In a study of more than 7 000 over-65s, French researchers discovered that those who regularly use olive oil for cooking and dressing salads were 41% less likely to have a stroke than those who didn’t use it at all.
What It Feels Like To Be Fostered
“No matter how much someone welcomes you into their house, makes a fuss of you and lets you decorate your room with posters, it’s always awkward at first. They’re strangers and you feel like an outsider.
Raising Resilient Kids (Part 3)
Decades of research have shown that people high in ‘self-efficacy’ – those who believe they can handle challenges and who are inspired by their own past successes when their confidence wavers – tend to remain emotionally stable (that is, resilient) through adversity.
Raising Resilient Kids (Part 2)
In addition to wanting to shield our kids from life’s hard stuff, it’s also parental nature to want to fix our children’s problem. But always swooping down with some form of plaster robs kids of an important worth opportunity.
Raising Resilient Kids (Part 1)
During bleak moments – when word comes that a close relative has been in a bad car accident, or experts on the radio are forecasting still more economic hardship ahead or the evening news is all about the latest fast-spreading virus – I cringe.
Breeders vs. Dinks - Can We Be Friends? (Part 2)
And, to that end, I set about creating a short (but not extensive) list of things breeders can keep in mind if you're keen to keep the friendship flame alive with dinks.
Breeders vs. Dinks - Can We Be Friends? (Part 1)
Like many married-with-kids jugglers, my husband and I look back fondly L on our pre-children days. We were together for more than four years before our first daughter came along, and we had many fun times and adventures, from spontaneous overseas holidays to regular Sunday hangovers.
Million-dollar Smile (Part 2) - The intervention of parents
“Child care nowadays is different from the past. Now children more frequently various kinds of foods and drinks, for example they drink not only water but also juice and milk” – Sarah Hulland, dentist – “These types of snack foods brought many terrible consequences to teeth.”
Million-dollar Smile (Part 1) - Dental issues of children
“It’s very difficult to guide the habit of dental care of children in all ages. To celebrate Dental Health Month, we will give you some useful information about teeth care for children.”
Limited Vegetables In Summer
There are some kinds of food which seem to be cool and nutritious, but they have totally opposite effects, especially fruits that only appear during the summer.
Mom, Interrupted!
“You go crazy when your children keep talking about their stories. Some children often disturb you before they learn about the impatience. There are tips for you to control your children below”.
Fix Your Discipline Fallbacks
Yelling and bad habits may help mothers to overpower their kids but in the long term, these factors will affect negatively to children.
Your Baby: 9–12 Months - Best Toys and Activities
Being mobile changes your baby’s world, and he will be into everything as he explores his surroundings. He’ll be able to distinguish different objects, and will look for familiar toys.
Your Baby: 9–12 Months - Developmental Milestones
Things are happening fast now, and you may find that you are rushing to keep up with your baby as she hones her crawling skills, and maneuvers herself around the house. Her curiosity is endless, and she now communicates with you in ways that you both understand.
The Feast (Part 3) - Orange and honey crème brûlée, Blueberry orange trifle with mascarpone cheese
In small individual glasses these make an impressive looking finale to wow your guests at a dinner party. There are three elements to create the layers for this dessert: cake, Mascarpone cream and blueberry sauce
The Feast (Part 2) - Meatball pasta with tomatoes, chilli and basil, Lemon and thyme chicken casserole
Once the tomatoes have broken down nicely, add the sugar and basil, and season with sea salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste. Tip the meatballs into the tomato sauce and heat through.
The Feast (Part 1) - Alida Ryder's leek, pear and gorgonzola tarts
In a large frying pan, melt the butter and oil together and add the lekks and pears. Fry for 5 minutes before adding the garlic cloves. Fry for another minute and add the cream. Allow the mixture to simmer for another minute. Season to taste and remove from the heat.
In For The Grill
A new sandwich concept – actually a restaurant within a restaurant – is nearing completion, and promises to fill yet another space in the restaurant landscape that needs filling.
Eating Through Time
For the carnivores (meaning most of us), apart from the Rossini, there are several choices that vie for tour attention: a killer plate of roasted lamb – young, tender, and unlike any other lamb dish I’ve had here, served with slivers of roasted vegetables and an eggplant stuffed with even more lamb.
Children: None (Part 2)
I am currently in development of a film to debunk he stereotype that all females without children are barren and cold, amongst other things. Instead, it will show that understanding oneself, accepting one’s emotional limitations or preferences and being true to oneself are far nobler acts than marching in step with society’s expectations and pressures, only to repeat painful cycles of un-mothered or neglected children.
Children: None (Part 1)
Being child-free does not mean I hate children. I enjoy little people (there are plenty in my circles), I just don’t feel the need to own one or several in order to feel the love they bring and the sunshine they radiate.
Are You Raising Rivals? (Part 2)
One cannot deal with jealousy; we have to deal with the child. Another important thing to remember is – punishments do not work, they only worsen the disturbance of the child and increase aggessiveness.
Are You Raising Rivals? (Part 1)
The arrival of another baby in the house is often the beginning for a child to get distressed. When another baby is expected, most children are told that the new baby is for them to play with and care for.
Treat Fever With Lotus Root
Eastern medicine thinks that lotus root is cool and sweet when it is fresh. It may eliminate congestion, be suitable with thirst when being drunk, and haemoptisys and blood vomiting.
Mom, I'm Thirsty!
Hot summer and muggy weather cause water loss for the body, especially for children because they are active and playful, which makes them sweat and lack of water.
Top 10 Foods Containing Iodine
Physiological effect of iodine in the body is done through the process to make thyroid hormone which is the most important hormone of human.
Prescription for Eczematous Babies
Eczema is a common disease in children. The cause of this disease hasn’t been determined exactly, but it is often seen in those who are easy to be allergic. In additional, if parents have asthma, urticarial, skin allergy, weather allergy…, children may be susceptible.
Your Baby: 6–9 Months - Great First Finger Foods, Ideal Family Meals
It’s a good idea to offer finger foods alongside your baby’s first purées, since they will help her to develop the skills she needs to feed herself. They’ll also accustom her to different textures and tastes.
Your Baby: 6–9 Months - Best First Foods and Purées
Fruit and vegetable purées, along with rice cereal and other very finely ground grains, are ideal first foods. They will not only introduce your baby to different tastes and textures, but also give her a good boost of nutrients at the same time.
Thai-Style Red Chicken Curry - Hot And Spicy
Heat butter and oil in a medium pot. When the butter has melted, add onion and vegetable curry powder. Sauté until golden. Add garlic and ginger, sauté for another minute. Toss in chickpeas, vegetable stock and cream.
Memories Are Made Of This (part 4) - Tamasin's Brioche and Butter Pudding with Strawberry Jam
Meanwhile, in a separate bowl, whisk the eggs, egg yolks and sugar together thoroughly. Pour on the hot milk mixture, whisking well. Remove the vanilla pod.
Memories Are Made Of This (part 3) - Prue's Easy Chicken and Fennel Cassoulet
Meanwhile, peel back chicken skins and spread 1tsp tapenade under each one. Press skins down. Heat remaining 2tbsp oil in a large frying pan. brown chicken well on both sides and set aside, then brown the sausages and set aside.
Memories Are Made Of This (part 2) - Marian’s Black Hole Chocolate Cheesecake
Grease the sides and line the base of a 23cm (9in) springform tin with baking parchment. To make the base, melt the chocolate in a large, heatproof bowl set over a pan of barely simmering water.
Memories Are Made Of This (part 1) - Gizzi's Chicken in Weeds
Put the ginger and 4tsp water into a food processor and bliz for 30sec. heat the oil in a large pan and brown chicken in batches. Set the chicken aside on a plate.
How To Cook: Ravioli
Sift together the flour and salt, place the flour mixture in a mound on a work surface, make a well in the centre of the mound. Add the eggs, one at a time, into the well.
Your Baby: 6–9 Months - Essential Clothing and Equipment
Your baby’s clothing needs won’t change much as she becomes more mobile, although you may wish to buy items with a little more padding to protect her knees and elbows. You will both, however, be ready for some new equipment as she forays into the world of solid food.
Your Baby: 6–9 Months - Best Toys and Activities
Babies can easily become overwhelmed by a huge array of toys, so bring a few out of the toy box each day, and let your baby choose what he wants to play with. You can also put a small selection of toys in a box that he can reach into to choose what he wants.
Easy Bites : Eggs over easy - 4 quick omelettes, 3 quick yogurt puds
Build up your stash of everyday recipes with these dead-easy snacks, treats and meals. They all serve one, so simply up the quantities if feeding more.
Cooking For One? - Seared tuna on Savoy cabbage, Prawns with shredded omelette, Chinese vegetable pancakes
Every now and then we all dine alone, but this shouldn't mean you need to choose convenience over taste and reach for the nearest thing to hand. Enjoy the fact that it's just you and your favourite food and. as an added bonus, there will be less washing up!
Can Food Allergies Make You Fat? (Part 2)
Some food allergies or intolerances, such as to peanuts or gluten, are lifelong. They involve complete avoidance of the food in question and, in the case of peanuts, carrying an adrenaline 'pen’ at all times.
Can Food Allergies Make You Fat? (Part 1)
The growing trend for wheat- free and dairy-free foods is fuelling a debate about the true nature of allergies and food intolerances - and their link with weight. But there’s a world of difference between the two, as we report
Cake Of The Month : White chocolate & hazelnut cake
Sift together the flour, baking powder and salt. Add the chocolate mixture to eggs, sift ¡n flour mixture and stir in hazelnuts. Divide mixture between the cake tins, bake for 1 hour. Remove cakes from tins and allow to cool completely.
Life with your New Baby : Your Six-week Checkup - Assessing your baby
Your six-week postpartum checkup is the ideal time to talk to your doctor about any problems or concerns you have, and to receive reassurance that you have recovered well after the birth.
Life with your New Baby : 2nd Week: Day 14 New beginnings - Recording your baby
Digital photography means that you can email family and friends immediately with new baby photos, however, try not to go overboard since, although you will never tire of looking at your own baby, other people’s baby photos are of more limited interest.
Best Of British (Part 3) - Gooseberry fool with almond thins, Stacked strawberry sponge
Place the eggs and sugar in a bowl and whisk together with an electric whisk for 10 minutes or until very thick and very pale (the mixture should double in volume).
Best Of British (Part 2) - Crab and samphire linguine, Grilled salmon with asparagus, Jersey Royals and buttermilk hollandaise
Bring a large pan of water to the boil. Add the linguine and simmer for 7 minutes, then add the samphire and simmer, uncovered, for a further 2 minutes.
Best Of British (Part 1) - Garden herb-stuffed leg of Welsh lamb with roast spring vegetables
Preheat the oven to gas mark 6/200°c/fan 180°c. Blitz the bread in a food processor to make breadcrumbs.Tip into a bowl and stir in the herbs, garlic and lemon zest. Season and dampen with 1-2 tbsp water to make it into a spreadable thick paste.
Commercial Hardware and Techniques (part 10) - Cooking with Heat - High-heat ovens and pizza
If you want to make a crispy thin-crust pizza, a high-heat oven is critical. It takes a sufficiently hot environment to set the outer portions of the pizza dough quickly enough to create the characteristic crispiness and flavors.
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