Skip the silverware and plates -- a DIY endive bar is a delicious (and easy!) way to feed guests. We love a combination of butternut, ricotta, and thyme, or Gorgonzola, sunflower seeds, and onion. Erin's Entertaining Tip: Keep your party food on trays for moveable feasting. As party-goers hang out by the fire, no one has to get up to refill their plates!
Tartary Buckwheat Tea Tartary Buckwheat is grown in the himalayan region of Yunnan at an altitude of 2700 to 3200 meters! Tartary Buckwheat also known as Indian Buckwheat is rich in rutin and quercetin, both of which are known to contain a high level of anti-oxidants! (wouldn't it be better to eat the whole thing?)
raw butternut soup Butternut Squash Soup 4 C butternut squash, peeled, seeded, diced 2 C water 1/2 cup sunflower seeds 4 dates, pitted 1 large, ripe banana 1 t curry (yellow is best) ¼ t allspice, dry ginger, cinnamon, cayenne 1 sprinkle salt