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An Invitation to MJ's Kitchen

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Jeannie,

Thanks for the feedback!!!!!! What a great idea to stuff chicken breasts with it! I love it! Thanks so much for checking out the site and giving my recipes a try. It's always good to get feedback in any shape or form, but positive feedback is awesome! :woohoo:


Janey Willis

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Here one of my favorite salads! It's quite refreshing in hot weather. Mango Jicama Salad. Don't let the jicama scare you off. You can always substitute cucumber. I have to go to the Mexican market to find jicama, and it's well worth it. I love that little root vegetable!


Janey Willis

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(Retired) ISN News Director

(Retired) ISN Technical Writer for Training Manuals

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

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Janey you can have the Jicama. I have bought it and tried it on a couple occasions. It brought back memories of being in my Grandparents musty dirt floored cellar. It tasted to much like the dirt I tasted when it was thrown in the air when I was a kid. I am happy to find someone who likes that. Ha!


Strength and Warmth,

Sheryl

 

Sheryl Doom

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I know that with scleroderma you may have a problem with eating chile peppers, but for some reason, they don't really bother me. I am more affected by citrus fruits and acidic foods - oranges, grapefruit, fresh tomatoes, kiwi and the like. It's actually a good thing that I can eat chile because in New Mexico, chile is HUGE! One of New Mexico's biggest crops is the New Mexico chile pepper. September is a huge month for chile because that's when the crop is peaking so you can find chiles and chile roasters everywhere. So to celebrated this wonderful ingredient, I ran a New Mexico Chile Series. The series explains the question "Red or Green?" and provide several recipes for red or green or both. Check it out and ENJOY!


Janey Willis

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(Retired) ISN Technical Writer for Training Manuals

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Thank you, Janey. I love chile's! And they don't cause me heartburn, either. I have more reflux issues with things like donuts. There is some sort of combination of sugar/fat/flour that is the worst heartburn trigger for me, even in gluten-free versions. I don't understand it and I seriously doubt that my doctor believes it -- but I have to be cautious or else I really have to pay the piper.

 

Your recipes, instructions and photos are delightful. And I never knew that honey could cut down the burn on chiles. What a great tip!


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Thanks Shelley! Like you - I'm not bothered by hot and spicy either. Thanks goodness!!!! My heartburn is primary caused by citrus like orange and pineapple. Definitely can't drink the juice! A pretty cool thing to know about honey isn't it? It works every time. Thanks for the nice comments!


Janey Willis

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(Retired) ISN Assistant Webmaster

(Retired) ISN News Director

(Retired) ISN Technical Writer for Training Manuals

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

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