Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add all of the ingredients, shake well and strain into a chilled martini glass.
Always use tongs to turn meat on the grill to avoid piercing the meat. This keeps most of the wonderful juices inside the meat.
Wrap small portions of cheese, meats, rice, or condiments in greens. Even restaurants are now offering "lettuce wraps." "Blanched cabbage (boiled a few minutes in water or tomato juice to soften it) is also a good wrap,"
Speaking of cabbage, a cooked hunk sauced with a little mayonnaise is delicious; Cabbage is rich in anticancer antioxidants and bioflavinoids.
My niece is no cricket enthusiast. This became evident when she accompanied her husband to a cricket match for the first time and asked the person sitting next to her, “When will the commentary start”?
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