October 2, 2017Target Healthy Eating
There are three aspects of my latest recipe that make it especially good: First, you marinate ingredients overnight. Second: the wide variety of herbs and spices, creates the depth and levels of flavor. Third: the 25 fresh garlic cloves, surprise many people; however, if roasted long enough, garlic takes on an unbelievably sweet nutty taste, without which this recipe would not be as good as it is. Put off making this, until you have collected all the spices. I get my spices from Nuts.com, FreshDirect and a little family owned Asian market a few blocks away. Once you have all the herbs and spices, give it a try. It's worth it! The second time I experimented with this recipe, was to show off with our wonderful house guests, who, I might add, gobbled it up, with nothing left over. Because the natural juices are so-o flavorful, you've got to serve this chicken dish with rice, couscous, mashed potatoes, risotto, or orzo, to help soak up the gravy au natural. In addition, serve warm pita or flat bread to sop up the juices. ©Joyce Hays, Target Health Inc.
March 20, 2017Target Healthy Eating
Medium rare lamb pieces, cooked in oil and garlic with a fig reduction, is the topping on the eggplant pancake that you see above. It's garnished with chopped scallion and served with fresh mango and mango chutney.
January 30, 2017Target Healthy Eating
An online ad for Korean vodka, intrigued me, especially when there was no way to buy it in the U.S. After some research, it turned out two countries stocked it: Korea and Germany. Executive Director of Target Health Inc., Yong Joong Kim was contacted for advice. Luckily, for the newsletter, Y.J. Kim’s wife was heading to Korea for a visit.