The Hollandaize Curre
Antibiotic Soup--Creamy Curry Style
For Respiratory, Stomach Flu, Colds, Oncoming Colds--particularly
calming to use when comfort food and a creamy stomach aide is a
timely part of your recovery process.  Excellent Anti-inflammatory
Properties.
Combine to a Smooth Consistency in Large Stock Pot:
2 cans Organic Cream of Chicken Soup Base, undiluted
1 can Organic Chicken Noodle Soup, undiluted
1 cup Regular Cream, Milk, or Coconut Milk
To This Add:
1/2 to 3/4 cups Fresh Squeezed Lemon Juice.
1/8 cup Lime Juice or Orange Juice (if preferred)
To prevent lumps, stir and heat to a slow and light simmer.
To prevent curdling, do not hard boil.
(Carefully add 1/2 cup water or chicken stock if needed for thinner texture)
Sauté in Separate Pan
Add to Stock Pot
1/2 cup Diced Red Bell Pepper
1/2 cup Diced Yellow Onion
1/4 Cup Chopped Fennel Bulb
1/4 Cup Chopped Celery
1/8 Cup Chopped Fresh Fennel Greens
Now Add These Fresh Ingredients to Stock Pot:
3-4 large handfuls of Fresh Spinach leaves
1/4 cup fresh Cut Parsley
1/4 cup Fresh Cut Dill
1/4 cup Fresh Cut Basil
3 Tablespoons Chopped Fresh Mint Leaves
Now Add Seasonings:
1 teaspoon each:
Garlic Powder
Black Pepper
Sea Salt (White or Pink Himalayan)
Celery Seed
Onion Powder
Dried Oregano
Ground Ginger
1-2 teaspoons each:
Cayenne Powder
Turmeric Powder
1-3 teaspoons:
Curry Powder
Slowly simmer on stove top for 20 minutes or until all flavors are infused
together.
Serving Suggestions:
Toppers:
Fresh Parmesan Cheese Swirls
Shredded Cheddar Cheese
Cheddar Cheese Sprinkles
Tortilla Strips
Dash of additional Curry Powder
Dash of Cayenne Powder to taste.
Additional toppings:  
Dollop of Creme Fresh
Sour Cream
Greek Yogurt
Fresh Cut Chives
Sprinkle of Crushed Mint Leaves
Fresh cut basil leaf strips
Swirl of favorite hot sauce, if tolerated
Sprinkle Extra Virgin Olive Oil just before serving  
Use only Cayenne peppers, fresh or dried
Will last up to 3+ days in refrigerator.  Does NOT freeze well.

Herbs and spices are good medicine.  Remember to use 2:1 of the amount of fresh
herbs to one quantity of dry herbs in any recipe.  Herbs and spices have antibiotic
properties and are thought to work together as a comprehensive supplemental aide
to your recovery.   Cayenne has Vitamin C properties while boosting  metabolism.  
Turmeric, Basil, Onion, Garlic, and Oregano have been shown to assist our
immune system in fighting off colds, influenza, and bacterial challenges.  In
addition, Turmeric and Fennel have excellent anti-inflammatory properties.   
Lemon and lime juices cleanse your digestive system and promote healthy
alkaline internal PH levels which aids in your over all wellness.
This recipe is not set in stone, but include the basic amounts for maximum effect
and flavor.  Experiment with the amount of each of the soup ingredients (prior to
being sick!).  Use your intuition and dietary history to evaluate the addition or
deletion and strength of each ingredient you ad.
Curried Brown Ginger Sesame Rice with Sauted Spinach

Place two tablespoons extra virgin olive oil in Saute pan.  On high heat quickly saute
four large cupfuls of freshly cleaned spinach leaves.  Add some crushed garlic, about
one teaspoon.  Add some mushrooms and/or chopped onions now, about 1/2 cup each,
if desired.
Add two tablespoons of sesame oil, two tablespoons of soy sauce or Bragg's Liquid
Amino's.
Now add your spices.  1/2 teaspoon ginger powder, cinnamon, nutmeg, garlic powder,
cayenne pepper, and a herbal season salt blend.  
Add two-three teaspoons curry powder and one teaspoon tumerick.
Stir well.
Add two cups fluffy white or brown rice and incorporate well.  Heat through.
Add the juice of one large lemon.
Cover for three minutes and serve hot topped with:
Crushed cashews, chopped cilantro, chopped parsley, olives, diced sweet tomatoes.