Sensory Foods Recipe

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Sensory Foods

From Dorothy McNett's recipes at Just a partial seems to me any natural real food is going to make a difference! Also the companion, the place, how the room is set up, the music, the conversation and the appreciation of all things wonderful and good. SLOW DOWN and enjoy peace and love!

Almonds, anchovies, anise, apples, apple cider vinegar, apricots (possible the tree in the famous garden was an apricot rather than an apple), artichokes (not necessarily associated with Marilyn Monroe), asparagus (some are sensory because of resemblances), avocado, basil, beans, beer, beets, caraway seeds, carrots, caviar, celery, champagne, cherries, chestnuts, chick-peas, chili powder, chocolate, cinnamon, clams, coriander, cumin, curry, dates, dill, eggplant, endive, figs, fish, garlic, ginger, ginseng, grapes, honey, lemon, lentils, licorice, lime, mangoes, meat, mint, onions, oysters, peaches, pepper, pistachios, pomegranates, quince jelly, radishes, rosemary, salmon, salt, thyme, truffles, vanilla, watermelon...
Sheikh Nefzawi, in "The Perfumed Garden" written around 1410, suggests a nightcap of honey and almonds for those going to bed for purposes other than sleep. He also recommends a broth made up of honey and onion juice!

Recipe created 2008-02-13.

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