Lychee fruit

Research studies suggest that oligonol, a low molecular weight polyphenol, is found abundantly in lychee fruit. Oligonol is thought to have anti-oxidant and anti-influenza virus actions. In addition, it helps improve blood flow in organs, reduce weight, and protect skin from harmful UV rays.
Litchi, like citrus fruits, is an excellent source of vitamin C; 100 g fresh fruits provide 71.5 mg or 119% of daily-recommended value. Studies suggest that consumption of fruits rich in vitamin C helps the human body develop resistance against infectious agents and scavenge harmful, pro-inflammatory free radicals.

Further, it is a very good source of B-complex vitamins such as thiamin, niacin, and folates. These vitamins are essential since they function by acting as co-factors to help the body metabolize carbohydrates, protein, and fats.

Litchi also carries a very good amount of minerals like potassium and copper. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids help control heart rate and blood pressure; thus, it offers protection against stroke and coronary heart diseases. Copper is required in the production of red blood cells.
Fresh lychee arils or flesh should be enjoyed all alone without any additions.

Litchi slices can be a great addition to fruit salads and dressings.

Lychee juice can be a refreshing drink during summer season.

Litchis can be used in jellies, jams, sorbet, sauces, and syrups.

PEAS-Potatoe-Garlic dinner


White Beans - Aromatic Sauce - Vegetarian

This is one delicious, organic, vegetarian dinner
White Organic Big Beans
One Yellow Medium onion
3 garlic cloves
A good quality tomatoe sauce with basil
Organic dried oregano

Ginger if you feel for it

Some Bouillon (but salt is ok too)

Some fresh parsley

Yellow and red pepper if you feel for it
Fry the onion yellow in butter or oil or coconut oil, your choice
add some spices if you feel for it
then keep it in the oven 200 degrees, 20 min, done

Before oven:

To the Single Men out there


Queenly Lasagna

Today was THE Day...for the first time ever in create the dish...I love eating.
There is alot of work behind it. I will NOT be creating this again, it is way too time consuming for me.
But it does taste good. Rather unhealthy with the flour and meat, but some people have no problems with eating such food, so they are blessed. 
Some Organic Beef...400-500 grams
A can of crushed tomatoes....
One yellow onion
3 parts of a garlic...
Some Thyme & Oregano
Smokey Barbeque sauce
Olive Oil
Cheese that melts
The dried Lasagna pieces
Fry the meat brown in butter..then add the onion, celery and carrot...stir it in a big pan.....for some minutes...then.....pour in the tomatoes, garlic, spices....let is simmer low for 20 min
During the time...prepare the sauce...
One liter of some 5 big spoons of olive oil...let it boil slowly for 5 min...let it cook up.....
add some salt and peper...and grated cheese...
then start your I do in the video
200 degrees...30 min
melt the cheese on top


Queenly Chickpeas and Eggs

All you need is can of Chick Peas, preferably organic
One Yellow Onion
Some butter (because I like it, but you can use oil if you feel for that too)
Your favorite spices...I prefer Kebab, Mexican spices
now I added some tomatoe paste for the color...........and some natural yughurt..but that is so over-doing it, you can just be without it, it will taste amazing any how
Fry the onion until it becomes soft....then add your peas....and make some eggs on the side
Enjoy this cheap, semi-healthy lunch for you and your family, I eat it with ketchup
I love you

Queenly's Wonderful Apple Crumble Pie

Wonderful Organic Green Sour Apples
Red sweet apples
Hazelnut oil
Organic flour










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