Milk…

It does a kava good.

Through a lot of trial and error, Our Mixologists have
determined that milk is the most complimentary base for
“kava konkoctions”. Milk effectively holds the kava powder
in suspension and reduces the graininess, creating a
better overall mouth feel.

The Kavaccinno
Use 1 tablespoon or approximately 8 grams of Kava Kava and
4 to 6 oz of Milk for each drink you want to prepare.
In a blender or a shaker, add the milk, Kava Kava and sugar
(1 teaspoon for each serving). Mix on high speed or shake
for 1 minute. Pour and Enjoy!
*Sprinkle powdered Cinnamon for a garnish*

The KavaMocha
In a bender or a shaker, add the milk, Kava Kava, sugar and
2 tablespoons of Hershey’s chocolate syrup(Regular or Malt).
Blend on high or shake for 1 minute.
*Add shaved chocolate as a garnish*

Swiss Peanut Butter Miss and Kava
Mix the entire contents of chocolate Swiss Miss packet in 1/2
of the recommended hot water as directed and add 1 teaspoon of
peanut butter. Mix Kava Kava in a 1/2 serving size of milk then
blend the two mixtures together for a heavenly “Reesey Piecey”
treat.

Banana Cream Kava
Add milk, a banana and Kava Kava to a blender or shaker.
Mix on high or shake for 1 minute.
*Use coconut milk for a great Pina`Kavalata*

Banana Shake
Add milk and Kava Kava to a blender. Once mixed , add two very
ripe bananas and 1 cup ice. Add sugar if desired.
*Add chocolate shavings as a garnish.*

Green Chile Eggs

2-3 whole green chiles, seeded and wiped dry
1 lb. grated Monterey Jack cheese
12 eggs
1 16 oz. container of sour cream

Layer the chiles with the grated cheese in a buttered or greased 13X9X2 inch
baking dish. Combine the eggs and sour cream and pour over the top. Bake
for 30 minutes in a 350 degree oven until it puffs like a souffle’. This
could turn out to be your favorite easy recipe.

I tried this last weekend and it was terrific….! You may want to cut the
recipe in half if your looking for less quantity. We could feed 6 people
easily on this recipe. Try it you’ll like it. Especially for those of you
who miss Mexican Food. Try it with some salsa.

Cauliflower Pancakes (Latkes)

1 small head cauliflower, cooked, drained and mashed
1 egg, slightly beaten
1/2 small onion, grated
pepper to taste
2-4 T soy flour

In a bowl, combine all ingredients and mix well.

In aheavy skillet, heat a few tablespoons of oil. Drop spoonfuls of the
cauliflower mixture into the hot oil. Cook pancakes on each side until
crisp and browned.

Serve hot with sour cream garnish.

Egg Foo Young

I have the recipe for the gravy that goes with it,
I just cant find it right now. Will post when found.
It’s also good without the gravy though.

Stir fry gently in a small amount of olive oil:
3 chopped green onions (white and green parts)
1/2 cup thinly sliced celery
1/3 cup sliced bamboo shoots

Beat well: 6 eggs, salt and pepper

Add vegetables to beaten eggs and stir.

Cook in well oiled wok or pan to form an omelet.

Serve with Soy Sauce.

Serves 4.

Each Serving – 3g carbs, 1g fiber