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October 10, 2012

By

Hannah Allaman

The Thyme to Find a Cure cocktail.

This fruity, easy-to-assemble cocktail can be found at the Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara. At only $14, Thyme to Find a Cure donates 10 percent of its proceeds to the Cancer Center of Santa Barbara.

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Ingredients

  • 3 Ounces Hendrick's gin
  • 3-4 local rasperries
  • 1 Ounce thyme syrup
  • 1/2 Ounce lime juice

Directions

Muddle raspberries; add gin, simple syrup, and lime juice and stir. Garnish with a raspberry.

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Thyme is an herb whose small leaves grow on clusters of thin stems. Thyme is used to season all kinds of dishes, either by itself or as part of a blend or bouquet garni alongside other common herbs like rosemary, sage, and marjoram. Fit for every diet and very rarely considered an allergen, thyme can be consumed by anyone looking to cook with fresh herbs.

Common thyme and lemon thyme are the varieties most often used in cooking. Lemon thyme looks similar to common thyme but offers a distinctive lemon aroma and flavor. You may also encounter woolly thyme, creeping thyme, wild thyme, and elfin thyme—all of which are better suited for rock garden filler than culinary use.


All Medicine Treatment Recipes in Vampyr

The table below lists the ingredients you will need to craft each of the nine medicinal treatments in Vampyr.

MEDICINE / TREATMENT INGREDIENTS AILMENT
Treatment for Fatigue Glass Vial (1), Quinine (1), Ferrous Tartrate (2), Sodium Hypochlorate Solution (2) Fatigue
Treatment for Anemia Glass Vial (1), Quinine (2), Ferrous Tartrate (8), Sodium Hypochlorate Solution (8) Anemia
Treatment for Sepsis Glass Vial (1), Quinine (4), Ferrous Tartrate (15), Sodium Hypochlorate Solution (15) Sepsis
Treatment for Cold Glass Vial (1), Clove Essence (1), Codeine (2), Potassium Permanganate (2) Cold
Treatment for Bronchitis Glass Vial (1), Clove Essence (2), Codeine (8), Potassium Permanganate (8) Bronchitis
Treatment for Pneumonia Glass Vial (1), Clove Essence (4), Codeine (15), Potassium Permanganate (15) Pneumonia
Treatment for Headache Glass Vial (1), Salicin (1), Ergotamine (2), Opium (2) Headache
Treatment for Migraine Glass Vial (1), Salicin (2), Ergotamine (8), Opium (8) Migraine
Treatment for Neuralgia Glass Vial (1), Salicin (4), Ergotamine (15), Opium (15) Neuralgia


Air-Dry Curing Ham Recipe 2

30lb bay salt
6oz saltpetre
4oz black pepper
6oz coriander
1 pint white wine vinegar
1 clove garlic

When dry curing ham cover the hams completely with a layer of salt for 3 days. Once all the fluid has been removed, apply the curing mixture.

For the cure: mix together the saltpetre, salt, black pepper and coriander, Bone out the leg of pork and then apply the ingredients inside and out. Where you have taken the bone out, put some of the ingredients in, using 1oz to 1lb and then sew up near the hock to give a good shape to the ham.

Put the leg in a curing net to keep the shape. Do not hang it up but lay it down so it does not lose its shape.

Cure for 10 days, then fetch it out and wash it off. Apply the garlic and wine vinegar to the dry ham and put under a wooden press. Press into shape and leave for another week or so until it is completely hard. Take out the ham, rub it with garlic and vinegar and put in a muslin cloth.

Hang up in an airy place and leave for about a month. You may find mold when you remove it from the cloth. If the mold is white that is fine, just wipe it off with a cloth. However, if it is black this is not good, Rub it off with some more vinegar and re-wrap in a clean muslin.


We’re really excited to announce our next recipe competition to be held in March.

Before you know it, we’ll be celebrating the start of Spring — and it will be Thyme for our next recipe competition: Lemon and Thyme Recipes.

We hope you won’t be able to resist this delicious opportunity to get your creative juices flowing now — while we’re all still in the throes of the winter blues. After all, there are so many creative, tasty and FUN ways to use Lemon and Thyme in food — from desserts to side dishes to main courses and even drinks.

The Lemon and Thyme Recipe Competition will be held via the Culineer Mobile App during the month of March (be sure to download it for FREE if you haven’t already), our gracious hosts Liz Linn and Elliot Cao will take the helm. See Liz on Season 10 of FOX’s “Master Chef” and on her site PlateVibes. Elliott is the CEO of our sponsor Hast, a Japanese-style knife brand.

Like Culineer Founder and CEO Jodi Frank, both Liz and Elliot developed a love of cooking and learned cooking fundamentals in their grandmothers kitchens..

Season 10 “Master Chef” finalist and Owner of PlateVibes

Liz grew up in Michigan before moving to Ft. Lauderdale, from where she landed a coveted spot on Season 10 of “Master Chef” hosted by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey — and reached the final round of competition to receive the famous white apron. A home cook by training, Liz’s experience on “Master Chef” made her more impassioned than ever to cook, educate, share and inspire people to spend more time in the kitchen.

a new brand of Japanese Style knives

Elliot grew up in Shanghai, China, where he launched his career in marketing and branding. His invaluable experience working closely with major brands helped him develop a keen eye for design and interest in high-performance materials - and sharp, clean design. Elliot also loves to cook, and hopes to inspire others to build their confidence in the kitchen. He has worked hard over the past several years to bring an attractive and effective knife line to market.

Culineer is so proud to be working with these great leaders and innovators in today’s culinary industry. As a dynamic social platform developed exclusively for cooking enthusiasts, our goal is to help you discover, create and share delicious recipes — while making it easier than ever before to find all the ingredients you need to do so. With our fun and easy-to-use mobile platform, you can easily organize your recipe collection and streamline shopping — so you have more time to enjoy food while connecting with your family and loved ones.


Rinse it off and prepare it in any way you enjoy it. This ham is better if smoked (see here for instructions on hot smoking a fresh ham), but you can just as easily bake it or fry off slices unsmoked, and it will still be great. It has become ham—it is done!

Curing your own ham is pretty easy. I think it tastes better than commercial hams that tend to contain lengthy and questionable ingredient lists, and when fresh pork ham is on sale, it can be very economical. Plus it&aposs kind of neat to make your own ham!

A last tip: If you find the ham too salty, you can soak it in clean water in the fridge for a couple of hours to leach out some of the salt. I don&apost tend to find that this is necessary.

© 2008 John D Lee


Desserts with a Secret Ingredient: Fresh Herbs

Don't let basil custard scare you off topped with roasted apricots, it makes for a gorgeous tart. The tender crust adds to the savory-sweet nature of this dessert.

These delicious summery fruit crumbles are served in individual cast-iron dishes and topped with a crisp, buttery streusel topping. The thyme lends complexity between the sugary nectarines and topping.

This refreshing dessert comes courtesy of Sophie Dahl, author of Very Fond of Food. With fresh, bright flavors, it's a perfect way to end a steamy summer day.

The sauce is a zesty complement to the tart's rich chocolate filling, which, because it's bittersweet, will be sure to cure even the most stubborn chocolate craving. It's your chocolate binge given a seriously classy makeover.

Give pound cake an extra ounce of flavor that's just right for spring. These individual desserts are enhanced by flecks of lemon thyme, an alternative to the classic herb.

The bright combination of cucumber, lime, and mint makes these mini desserts decidedly summery, while the gin makes them decidedly adult. To prevent the pops from melting too quickly, gelatin is added to the mixture.

Fruit salad gets an aromatic upgrade with homemade lemon- and thyme-infused simple syrup that&rsquos drizzled over fresh bits of cantaloupe, honeydew melon, seedless watermelon, and blueberries. When you've had a big dinner but still want something sweet, turn to this refreshing dessert!

This recipe from Curtis Stone celebrates the bright flavors of spring and early summer &mdash tart rhubarb, sweet strawberry, and earthy rosemary. Olive oil gives the cake a wonderfully moist texture and the compote can be served hot or cold.

This refreshing frozen dessert comes together quickly after only a few minutes in blender and a few hours in your freezer. Fresh mint brings out the sweetness in honeydew for a seemingly indulgent treat that's shockingly low in calories.

Created by Top Chef winner, Kristen Kish, this recipe has you cook honey to give it a deeper flavor it's key in her fantastic custard, which she serves in jars topped with fresh fruit. Garnish with fresh mint for an extra pop of color and flavor.

Clean, fresh, and icy-cold, this bracing tarragon-infused grapefruit sorbet is a perfect way to lift flagging spirits on a sultry day. Garnish with grapefruit zest and tarragon sprigs, if you like.

Chef Erik Bruner-Yang adds umami to the classic sugar-salt combination by spreading these crisp-chewy chocolate-chip cookies with a rich, sweet-savory miso buttercream that&rsquos flecked with minced lemon verbena.

Fresh mint leaves and lime zest make for a refreshing and tangy combination &mdash the perfect match for a gingersnap cookie crust. That zing we love from gingerbread compliments the ice cream for a tangy, but smooth, result.

Thick slices of Granny Smith and Macintosh apples &mdash tossed with rosemary, honey, and cinnamon &mdash nestle beneath a rustic lattice crust. This unusual apple pie brings together both sweet and savory flavors for an impressive face lift of an old favorite.

Although the pairing may seem unusual, the sweet strawberries and licorice-flavored fennel in this dessert complement each other perfectly, and the addition of fresh vanilla bean adds depth and dimension to the dish.

Yigit Pura perfected this crisp-creamy French dessert while working at the restaurant Daniel in New York City. His updated version combines little lime meringue kisses with basil ice cream and sweet mango sorbet.

This dessert tastes every bit as wonderful as it looks. Egg yolks, sugar, and mouth-puckering lemon juice create a velvety curd that is poured into a crunchy cornmeal shell flecked with lemon zest and fresh sage.


These 4 Foods May Fight Against COVID-19 Virus: Study

Highlights

How to tackle Coronavirus? It has sent every mind into a tizzy right now and health experts are trying their best to find a solution. Every day, we get to hear of new discoveries and claims by researchers on prospective ways to handle Coronavirus. Here's yet another fascinating revelation made by a German study that has claimed to find some foods carrying the potential to kill the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Is it true? We don't know yet but it piqued our curiosity to find out more.

All respiratory viruses attack through nose and throat, and containing them in the airways may prevent them from spreading further. A research by the Institute of Molecular Virology, Ulm University Medical Center, Technische Universitat Dresden and CogniVerde GmbH found that some fruits and herbs could potentially fight and stave off the virus.

COVID-19 is a viral infection that affects respiratory system.

Here are the foods that were found to be effective against COVID-19 virus:

1. Green Tea

Few previous studies have also voiced the benefits of drinking green tea to combat viruses. Herbal teas are known to bring many health benefits including protecting us from seasonal flus.

2. Pomegranate

Pomegranate or anar is full of antioxidants and may fight inflammation effectively. If not for Coronavirus, drinking pomegranate juice regularly is a good habit to achieve overall sound health.

3. Cranberry

Cranberry is super rich in vitamin C, which can help boost immunity in great measures. Cranberry can be juiced or eaten raw, or included in dessert recipes.

4. Chokeberry

Chokeberry is another kind of berry fruit (Aronia berry), which is round in shape and blackish in colour, and looks almost like blueberry. Chokeberry juice was, in fact, found most effective in combating COVID-19 virus during the study.

For the study, these foods and herbs were combined and incubated with various viruses including SARS-CoV-2 to detect infectivity. It was seen that these foods were successful in preventing the spread of the infection in cells.

The scientists observed that chokeberry juice inactivated around 97 per cent of the SARS-CoV-2 after 5 minutes, and cranberry juice, pomegranate juice and green tea inactivated around 80 per cent of the virus.

The findings of the study were published on the preprint server bioRxiv, which is not peer-reviewed yet.

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