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Ginger & Pickle

Love these alphabet snacks! Such a great idea!
Ok, hmmmm, for C's - how about cream cheese and cucumbers on crackers (sprinkled with a bit of salt and pepper)?!
Looking forward to all your upcoming posts!

Colleen/And Baby Makes Five

I can't wait for soup weather! This version has a few different additions compared to my usual Chicken Soup -- which means we'll just have to try it. I'm so loving your alphabet series here!

I'll be hosting a weekly "Back-to-School Recipe Pool" starting this Friday if you'd like to share (or discover) some favorite fall/school time recipes. I'd love to have you. The more the merrier!

I can't wait to see what you'll have in store for the letter D...

Ann

Love the soup recipe - nothing better than a warm pot of soup on a winter's night. I have just made some Tomato and Basil soup for the freezer to remind me of summer.
'C' food ideas. I just love Chocolate and Courgette Cake, Carrot Cake, giant oven Chips made from homegrown potatoes and parsnips,Cherries, Cornflakes, Corn-on-the-cob,Chutney, Cheddar Cheese and of course Cup Cakes.
Ah! well just a few 'C's to be going on with.

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Celery is a great help in hypertension because it is rich in potassium, dilates renal vessels, increases the amount of urine and calm the nervous system. Celery has laxative properties thanks to its fiber.

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