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Tasty Tuesday

Biosyntrx is committed to doing everything we can to encourage appreciation for, and consumption of, nutrient-dense foods, as well as making healthy lifestyle choices that help lower the risk of mostly preventable degenerative diseases, and the public and private financial burden associated with these diseases.  

Nouriishing Bone Broth

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Bone broth is even hotter hot now than it was when we presented it in 2016 as a Tasty Tuesday recipe. It’s being called the multifaceted superfood by many. It's now available in bone broth shops in New York and available for home delivery in a number of cities. Bone broth, with 10 mg of protein per serving, is also available in k-cups for your Keurig for about $2.00 per cup. ​

Dinner Party Poached Salmon with Dill Sauce

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Mid-April in Colorado continues to feature lovely spring weather one day and late-winter cold, windy, and snowy weather the next. Some older people still refer to this simply as normal Springtime in the Rockies.

Early Spring Lemony Linguine

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Today's spring-focused weeknight-easy Tasty Tuesday recipe is from one of my favorite foodie publications, this month's EatingWell magazine.  We decided to try it since it got the attention of our busy Tasty Tuesday team.

Homemade Tortillas

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Last week's Friday Pearl focused on niacin (vitamin B3) and the role it plays in optimal skin, digestive system, and nervous system health. We also discussed how US diets consisting of excessive corn and corn products are frequently linked to niacin deficiency, while our friends in Mexico rarely suffer from this deficiency. The difference being, their traditional preparation of corn tortillas involves soaking the corn in lime (calcium oxide) prior to cooking. Heating corn in alkaline solutions results in the release of bound niacin, dramatically increasing its bioavailability. 

Trivia and Asparagus Soup

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Spring is here. The 2018 spring equinox officially starts at 10:15 this morning. For those of you who might have forgotten, the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere is the date when day and night are almost the same length with each lasting about 12 hours. And, Easter Sunday is always the second Sunday after the spring equinox.

Irish Soda Bread

Tuesday, March 06, 2018

With St, Patrick’s Day coming up next Saturday, we elected to include a recipe for our favorite Irish soda bread for today’s Tasty Tuesday.According to the Society for the Preservation of Irish Soda Bread (there really is such an organization), the Scots may have made the bagpipe their instrument, but the Irish seem to have made soda bread theirs, not by choice, but by a state of poverty in the 1930s after the invention of inexpensive baking soda, which made it the easiest and least expensive bread to put on the table.

Sour Cherry Pie for George Washington

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

I always bake a cherry pie for friends and family around George Washington's birthday. My first cherry pie was a surprise I decided to make for my parents when I was nine years old and at home alone. I used my grandmother's hand written pie crust recipe from my Mom's green metal recipe box. It clearly read: 1) Sift two and one half cups of flour and a dash of salt with one cup of Crisco shortening. 2) Cut in the shortening in the flour with two knives until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs with some small pea-sized pieces. 3) Slowly add five or six tablespoons of ice water until the mixture holds together. Roll out two rounds on a floured board for a two crust pie.

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