Avocados are super for our heart and overall health.

You’ll Need

  • 1 ripe avocado, coarsely chopped
  • 1 tablespoon finely diced red onion
  • 1 tablespoon minced jalapeno
  • 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
  • Salt
  • Pepper

It’s the easiest salad
Just mix them all together, salt and pepper to taste.

Another wonderful addition to this is coarsely chopped tomatoes and basil!

It’s Peach Pie Night at the Clower House. Be Here At 8!!

Peaches at Farmers Market

This pic is from my farmers market where I picked up a big bushel of peaches that have been perfume in my kitchen for 2 days now. So it’s totally time to get into the kitchen and whip out this pie.

It’s dirt simple to do, and I’m going to write down what my mom had passed on to me from her mom, although the original source of this recipe trails off into the oral cooking traditions of an unwritten past.

What you’ll notice about this recipe is that it’s very unrecipeey. I’m not giving exact amounts, and you’ll just have to BE with that because that’s how I make it. Give it a shot and measure the success by the amount of audible groaning that happens afterwards!!



You’ll Need:

Pie Crust for the bottom and top of a deep dish pie plate.

How many peaches?

  • Two double-handfuls of sliced peaches (comes to about 5-ish cups). You want the peaches to form a dome over the top rim of the baking dish because they’ll cook down during baking.


How to flavor the peaches?

  • Before you put them into the pie, mix in a gracious pinch of cinnamon. That’s what I was told anyway, but I later adulterated this by adding in some nutmeg as well. Try it both ways and see which you like better.
  • Now, as with any sauce or salad dressing you need two things: oil and acid. In the case of this peach pie, that combination includes butter and lemon juice. Mix into the peaches the juice of ½ lemon (comes to about 1 tablespoon, but a bit more won’t hurt) with a good solid pat of butter (around 2 tablespoons) and sprinkle in about a quarter cup of flour to bind it all together. A little bit of sugar, like around 1/2 cup, as well. 
  • Lastly, if you have some pecans or walnuts, crumble these up and sprinkle them in. There’s no “right” amount, so mix it around and use your judgement.


Now What?

  • Set the bottom pie crust into the dish, pour on the peaches, lick your fingers, run your hand into the bowl to make sure you got all the peaches out, lick your fingers again.
  • If you have guests over, wash and dry your hands and act like you’re all sterile all the time. Otherwise, place the top crust on top of the peach mesa and pinch the top and bottom halves together.
  • Put into the oven that’s preheated at 425 until the crust is golden, the smell is ethereal, and you just can’t stand it anymore.


Fresh Tomatillo Salsa

The herbs and veggies in this dish are great cancer fighters. This recipe was submitted by Linda B. at Westinghouse. Thank you, Linda B.!

For the freshest taste prepare the salsa just before serving. It pairs well with blue corn chips. Recipe yields 6 ¼ cups.

You’ll Need:

  • 8 Tomatillos
  • 1 Medium-Sized Onion chopped
  • 2 Cloves Garlic
  • 1 Serrano Chili seeded and chopped
  • ½ tsp. Salt
  • 1 Cup Cilantro Leaves (Parsley in a pinch)

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Let’s fight cancer. Give this recipe a try. It was submitted by Mediterranean Wellness Participant Margaret Raines. Thanks Margaret!

Salsa – (this makes a HUGE amount, you may want to cut it in half or plan to make Mexican rice with it. You can keep this  in the refrigerator for a week. In time you will learn what you like more or less of and if you like it mild, or hot.
HINT: After making this you can put it in a food processor and the flavor and consistency is completely different once processed.
You’ll Need
  • 8 roman tomatoes
  • 8 regular tomatoes (medium size)
  • 1 bundle cilantro
  • 1 medium red onion
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 5 stalks celery
  • 1 cup jarred jalapeno peppers chopped
  • 1 can green chilies chopped
  • 1-2 fresh serrano peppers chopped
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp cayenne pepper
  • 1 tsp black pepper

Chop all of the ingredients and mix well. This gets better as it sits. The longer it sits the hotter it will become. Adjust to your taste.


Easy Black Bean Salsa


It’s men’s health. This is a recipe that can be prepared in a short amount of time. You can always use the beginning as a base and build on it in order to create a quick meal. To absorb the iron out of the beans you must consume them with a food source that contains Vitamin C. That is why it is helpful to top your salsa with some lime juice.

You’ll Need

  • 1-14 .5 oz. can black beans, drained (or use cooked beans)
  • 1-14.5 oz can corn, low sodium, drained (or use fresh corn)
  • 1-12 oz. jar salsa
  • ¼ cup cilantro, chopped
  • 1 ½ Tablespoon fresh lime juice


  • Mix all of the above together and use this as your base.
  • Serve on top of a salad or baked potato, in a wrap or on top of some corn chips.


  • Add some chopped vegetables or fruit such as bell pepper, carrots, yellow onion, green onion, avocado, or tomato.
  • Add some cooked chicken or fish or shrimp.
  • Add a chopped chili or jalapeno for a spicy flavor. Or add some chili powder.

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Black Bean Salsa

Nutrition Boosters and Busters is the topic for the week. Vitamin D helps in the absorption of calcium and egg yolks are a great source of Vitamin D. Incorporate them into your diet because they will help you boost your calcium absorption.
You’ll Need
  • As many hard boiled eggs as you would like
  • Lemon juice
  • Olive oil
  • Salt
  • Pepper
Mash eggs and mix in lemon juice, olive oil, salt and pepper to the ratio of your liking.

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