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Brilliant Stainless Steel Juicer

Stainless Lux sends this elegant, well-made stainless steel juicer to you from Arizona in its own gorgeous drawstring pouch, for $16.00 plus shipping fee. This is the Elegant Survival Non-Electric Tool hoice for making grapefruit and orange juice at home.

Stainless Lux Juicer

Elegant Grapefruit · elegant juice · elegant survival non-electric tools · Grapefruit · hand tools · juicing · make your own juice · orange juicer · orange squeezer · Stainless Lux · Stainless Steel Juicer

Brilliant Stainless Steel Juicer

Stainless Lux sends this elegant, well-made stainless steel juicer to you from Arizona in its own gorgeous drawstring pouch, for $16.00 plus shipping fee. This is the Elegant Survival Non-Electric Tool choice for making grapefruit and orange juice at home.
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Celery, Grapefruit, and other Powerful Weight-Reducing Foods

I eat celery and grapefruit every day, so finding this article today in Natural News by Mike Adams was a confirmation of why I believe that they are so health-promoting:
The Top Five Negative-Calorie Health Foods

I wrote this about Grapefruit in November last year: Elegant, Health-Promoting Grapefruit

Grapefruit is a beautiful part of a healthy, elegant breakfast. Peeled and cut into sections, then drizzled with a bit of honey and a few grains of sugar, this lucky grapefruit is ready to eat in my antique Japanese Export bowl.

Celery · Cream of Celery Soup · Elegant Grapefruit · Grapefruit · Lycopene · M-J's Celery Soup · Mike Adams · Sun Protection · Top Negative Calorie Foods · Weight Control · Weight Loss

Celery, Grapefruit, and other Powerful Weight-Reducing Foods

I eat celery and grapefruit every day, so finding this article today in Natural News by Mike Adams was a confirmation of why I believe that they are so health-promoting:
The Top Five Negative-Calorie Health Foods

I wrote this about Grapefruit in November last year: Elegant, Health-Promoting Grapefruit

Grapefruit is a beautiful part of a healthy, elegant breakfast. Peeled and cut into sections, then drizzled with a bit of honey and a few grains of sugar, this lucky grapefruit is ready to eat in my antique Japanese Export bowl.

Christmas dessert · citrus dessert · clementines · Elegant Dessert · French dessert · Grapefruit · grapefruit dessert · oranges · pine nuts · Pink Grapefruit · Winter Health

From France, an Elegant Citrus Dessert

Pine-nuts, grapefruit, tangerines or clementines, orange juice, and honey make this dessert a refreshing and warming holiday treat. In winter, we all need some honey and citrus fruit to enhance our health.


M-J’s Version of Citrus-Honey Dessert
Two cups of orange juice
One-third cup of honey
One-third cup of lightly toasted pine-nuts (pignolia, piñon nuts)
3 tangerines or clementines, sectioned and separated
5 grapefruit, cut into supremes (click here to see how) and quartered

Boil the orange juice for two minutes, and then add honey and pine nuts. Simmer until slightly thickened. Put prepared citrus fruit into a bowl and sprinkle it with a fine coating of sugar. 
Distribute the fruit among six stout glasses, then cover it with hot orange-honey-nut mixture. Serve either hot or cold. Chill for at  least two hours. Cinnamon or vanilla may be added to the hot liquid if desired. For a more colourful presentation, use pink grapefruit.
~~M-J de Mesterton



Christmas dessert · citrus dessert · clementines · Elegant Dessert · French dessert · Grapefruit · grapefruit dessert · oranges · pine nuts · Pink Grapefruit · Winter Health

From France, an Elegant Citrus Dessert

Pine-nuts, grapefruit, tangerines or clementines, orange juice, and honey make this dessert a refreshing and warming holiday treat. In winter, we all need some honey and citrus fruit to enhance our health.


M-J’s Version of Citrus-Honey Dessert
Two cups of orange juice
One-third cup of honey
One-third cup of lightly toasted pine-nuts (pignolia, piñon nuts)
3 tangerines or clementines, sectioned and separated
5 grapefruit, cut into supremes (click here to see how) and quartered

Boil the orange juice for two minutes, and then add honey and pine nuts. Simmer until slightly thickened. Put prepared citrus fruit into a bowl and sprinkle it with a fine coating of sugar. 
Distribute the fruit among six stout glasses, then cover it with hot orange-honey-nut mixture. Serve either hot or cold. Chill for at  least two hours. Cinnamon or vanilla may be added to the hot liquid if desired. For a more colourful presentation, use pink grapefruit.
~~M-J de Mesterton



Christmas dessert · citrus dessert · clementines · Elegant Dessert · French dessert · Grapefruit · grapefruit dessert · oranges · pine nuts · Pink Grapefruit · Winter Health

From France, an Elegant Citrus Dessert

Pine-nuts, grapefruit, tangerines or clementines, orange juice, and honey make this dessert a refreshing and warming holiday treat. In winter, we all need some honey and citrus fruit to enhance our health.


M-J’s Version of Citrus-Honey Dessert
Two cups of orange juice
One-third cup of honey
One-third cup of lightly toasted pine-nuts (pignolia, piñon nuts)
3 tangerines or clementines, sectioned and separated
5 grapefruit, cut into supremes (click here to see how) and quartered

Boil the orange juice for two minutes, and then add honey and pine nuts. Simmer until slightly thickened. Put prepared citrus fruit into a bowl and sprinkle it with a fine coating of sugar. 
Distribute the fruit among six stout glasses, then cover it with hot orange-honey-nut mixture. Serve either hot or cold. Chill for at  least two hours. Cinnamon or vanilla may be added to the hot liquid if desired. For a more colourful presentation, use pink grapefruit.
~~M-J de Mesterton



Christmas dessert · citrus dessert · clementines · Elegant Dessert · French dessert · Grapefruit · grapefruit dessert · oranges · pine nuts · Pink Grapefruit · Winter Health

>From France, an Elegant Citrus Dessert

>Pine-nuts, grapefruit, tangerines or clementines, orange juice, and honey make this dessert a refreshing and warming holiday treat. In winter, we all need some honey and citrus fruit to enhance our health.


M-J’s Version of Citrus-Honey Dessert
Two cups of orange juice
One-third cup of honey
One-third cup of lightly toasted pine-nuts (pignolia, piñon nuts)
3 tangerines or clementines, sectioned and separated
5 grapefruit, cut into supremes (click here to see how) and quartered

Boil the orange juice for two minutes, and then add honey and pine nuts. Simmer until slightly thickened. Put prepared citrus fruit into a bowl and sprinkle it with a fine coating of sugar. 
Distribute the fruit among six stout glasses, then cover it with hot orange-honey-nut mixture. Serve either hot or cold. Chill for at  least two hours. Cinnamon or vanilla may be added to the hot liquid if desired. For a more colourful presentation, use pink grapefruit.
~~M-J de Mesterton



Christmas dessert · citrus dessert · clementines · Elegant Dessert · French dessert · Grapefruit · grapefruit dessert · oranges · pine nuts · Pink Grapefruit · Winter Health

From France, an Elegant Citrus Dessert

Pine-nuts, grapefruit, tangerines or clementines, orange juice, and honey make this dessert a refreshing and warming holiday treat. In winter, we all need some honey and citrus fruit to enhance our health.


M-J’s Version of Citrus-Honey Dessert
Two cups of orange juice
One-third cup of honey
One-third cup of lightly toasted pine-nuts (pignolia, piñon nuts)
3 tangerines or clementines, sectioned and separated
5 grapefruit, cut into supremes (click here to see how) and quartered

Boil the orange juice for two minutes, and then add honey and pine nuts. Simmer until slightly thickened. Put prepared citrus fruit into a bowl and sprinkle it with a fine coating of sugar. 
Distribute the fruit among six stout glasses, then cover it with hot orange-honey-nut mixture. Serve either hot or cold. Chill for at  least two hours. Cinnamon or vanilla may be added to the hot liquid if desired. For a more colourful presentation, use pink grapefruit.
~~M-J de Mesterton