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I enjoy taking walks. And whenever I happen to see dog roses, it makes me happy. I can‘t imagine anything more relaxing than sitting in the sand next to a bunch of dog roses and listening to the bees buzzing through the sunshine. On our last vacation we went to Denmark, and there are always lots of dog roses huddled between the dunes. They were brimming with rose hips, which are chock-full with vitamin C, and made remember that we used to collect them and make jam when I was little. So, this recipe is next on my kitchen „play list“, if I manage to find enough rose hips.
This recipe is packed full of immune boosting and healthy ingredients including the fabled garlic. Garlic has long been credited as a repellent for evil spirits. Some cultures believed eating garlic helped open your mind to the spiritual world. This increased awareness made you better able to ward off evil spirits.
It is also known to boost the function of the immune system, and in studies shown to reduce the symptoms of a common cold.
Ginger helps with digestion, nausea and helps fight the common cold.
Honey is rich in antioxidants and is often used to soothe sore throats.
Turmeric is a great anti-inflammatory and antioxidant.
Apple Cider Vinegar can kill harmful bacteria.
I love fall. The crisp air, the cooler temperatures and the abundance of fruits and vegetables. After all the salads and cool dishes of summer, I enjoy making the stews, roasts and comfy dishes of fall.
One of those are the pears in red wine. I love that they can be a side dish to a roast, as well as a delicious, simple but elegant dessert. They are festive and yet easy to make. What‘s not to like?