|Olive Oil: The Good Heart Protector|
|by Rita Greer|
An explanation of what makes olive oil so beneficial, a look at its history and mythology, and ways to integrate it into the diet.
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Cook rice in broth with salt and butter. In a large stainless or porcelain bowl, combine ingredients for the dressing. Add hot rice and toss to mix ...
1. Combine beans, pepper, scallions, tomato. 2. Mix ... dressing, pour over salad, add lettuce ... blender. Refrigerate until ready to use. Makes 1 1/4 cups.
Make dressing. In ... fitting lid, combine oil, lemon juice, ... chives, basil, and dill. Shake until ... Cool completely. In salad bowl, toss pasta ... Toss well before serving.
In small bowl, combine all ingredients except lettuce and cherry tomatoes. Toss lightly. Serve on lettuce. Garnish with cherry tomatoes. Serves 2.
Simply mix all together, great summer dish for picnics.
Combine ingredients mix well and refrigerate overnight. to serve: mound salad on lettuce leaves (Romaine). Amount of vegetables can vary according to taste.
Cook sausages and slice. Add tomatoes, onion, green pepper and parsley. Mix vinegar, oil, mustard, capers, pimientos and olives. Mix and serve.
Mix well and toss on pasta mix.
To make dressing: ... gradually whisk in oil so it thickens ... arrange eggs, tomatoes and dill pickles around dish. Sprinkle with chopped parsley or chives.
Whisk together dressing ingredients until well combined. Drain and flake salmon. Toss salmon with remaining ingredients in large bowl. Toss with ...
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