garlic chilli powder,garlic chilli powder chutney,vellulli karam podi recipe,vellulli karam andhra,homemade seasoning for chicken

Ingredients:

150 gms Garlic
1 tbsp Cumin seeds
1/2 cup Red chili powder
1/3 cup Salt

Method:

Separate the garlic pods and remove the extra outer layers of garlic,you can keep one layer or you can even remove that completely or you can either remove the layers completely for half the pods and retain for the other half.Grind red chili powder,cumin seeds and salt to a powder.Add garlic pods and grind again to a coarse powder.Store it in air tight container.
 Note:
  • Sprinkle this garlic powder when you make vegetable stir fries like Ladies finger, Brinjal, Tindora(Ivy gourd), Bitter gourd, Cluster beans , Carrot, Beetroot, French Beans, Cauliflower, Potato fry, Arbi fry etc.You need to saute the vegetables until done and add the spicy garlic powder as per your taste at the end.
  • You can roast the whole slit vegetables like Brinjals,Bitter gourd until they are completely done and stuff them at the end with this spicy garlic podi.You should make this just before serving,it tastes nice.
  • This garlic podi is a multi purpose powder,you can spice up your dals, regular dry curries, parathas with it.
  • It can be even sprinkled on dosas or idlis.
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raw banana fry recipes,raw banana fry recipes indian,raw banana fry recipe andhra,aratikaya vepudu,raw banana health benefits

Ingredients:

2 Raw Bananas
1 Onion,finely chopped
2-3 Garlic pods,crushed
1 tbsp Garlic Chili Powder
8-10 Curry leaves
1 tsp Urad dal
1 tsp Chana dal
1 tbsp Oil

Method: 

Steam the raw banana for 10 mins or pressure cook for 2 whistles.Cool it and peel the skin and cut it into small pieces.Heat oil and crackle mustard seeds and add chana dal and urad dal and fry for few mins.Add curry leaves, chopped onions and crushed garlic and fry until the onions properly.Add chopped raw banana pieces and fry for 8-10 mins until they become slightly crisp.Now add Garlic chili powder and mix well and fry for 2 mins.As the garlic chili powder already has salt we don't need to add extra salt,check the taste and add salt if required.
Raw banana health benefits: 
The green banana is a good source of fiber, vitamins and minerals, and contains a starch that may help control blood sugar, manage weight and lower blood cholesterol levels.
High in Potassium
Like the ripened yellow banana, the green banana is high in potassium. A 1-cup serving of boiled green bananas contains 531 milligrams of potassium. Including more high-potassium foods in your diet may aid in blood pressure control. The American Heart Association recommends consuming 4,700 milligrams of potassium a day for heart health. However, high potassium foods are not safe for everyone. If you have high blood potassium levels or kidney disease, you should talk to your doctor to determine how foods like green bananas can fit into your diet plan.
High in Vitamin B-6
Green bananas are also high in vitamin B-6, with a 1-cup boiled serving containing 39 percent of your daily value. Vitamin B-6 plays an important role in more than 100 enzymatic reactions in your body. It is also necessary for the formation of hemoglobin, the protein that carries oxygen in your body. Additionally, vitamin B-6 aids in blood sugar control.

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mahashivratri puja vidhi,mahashivratri puja vidhanam,mahashivratri puja at home

                                                                     Rangoli
Mahashivratri puja:
Shivaratri Pooja has been given tremendous significance in Hindu mythology. It is said that ritual worship of Lord Shiva on a Shivaratri day pleases Lord Shiva the most. Devotees further believe that by pleasing Lord Shankara on the auspicious Shivaratri day, a person is absolved of past sins and is blessed with Moksha or salvation.
To perform the worship of Lord Shiva on Shivratri, devotees wake up early and take a ritual bath, preferably in the holy waters of river Ganga. This is followed by worship to Sun God, Vishnu and Shiva in accordance with the purification rite observed on all-important Hindu festivals. Devotees then wear fresh new clothes and pay a visit to the nearest Shiva temple. As a tradition, devotees observe a fast on a Shivaratri day. Some do not consume even a drop of water.

 Shiva Purana further says that performing abhisheka of Shiva Linga with six different dravyas including milk, yoghurt, honey, ghee, sugar and water while chanting Sri Rudram, Chamakam and Dasa Shanthi pleases Lord Shiva the most. According to the mythology, each of these dravya used in the abhisheka blesses a unique quality:
  • Milk is for the blessing of purity and piousness.
  • Yogurt is for prosperity and progeny.
  • Honey is for sweet speech.
  • Ghee is for victory.
  • Sugar is for happiness.
  • Water is for purity.
 Besides, worship of Lord Shiva on Shivratri is also considered to be extremely beneficial for women. While, married women pray to Shiva for the well being of their husbands and sons, unmarried women pray for a husband like Shiva, who is considered to be the ideal husband.

It is suggested to have only single meal a day before Maha Shivaratri fasting. It is one of the common practices during fasting to make sure any undigested food is not left in the digestion system on the fasting day.
On the day of Shivaratri, one should get up early in the morning and take bath. It is suggested to add black sesame seeds into the water. It is believed that the holy bath on the day of Shivaratri purifies not only the body but also the soul. If possible bathing in Ganges is preferred.
After taking bath devotees should take Sankalp to observer full day fast and to break the fast on the next day. During Sankalp devotees pledge for self-determination throughout the fasting period and seek blessing of Lord Shiva to finish the fast without any interference. Hindu fasts are strict and people pledge for self-determination and seek God blessing before starting them to finish them successfully.
Devotees should abstain from all type of food during the fasting. In the strict form of fasting even water is not allowed. However consumption of fruits and milk is suggested during day time which should be followed by strict fasting during night. In other words during day time fruits and milk can be consumed.
Devotees should take second bath in the evening before doing Shiva Puja or visiting temple. If one is not able to visit the temple then makeshift Shiva Ling can be made to perform Puja activities. One can even shape the mud in Linga form and apply Ghee to perform Abhishek Puja at home.
Shiva Puja should be done during night. Shivaratri Puja can be performed one time or four times during the night. The whole night duration can be divided into four to get four Prahar  to perform Shiva Puja four times. Devotees who want to perform single Puja should do it during midnight. Please check Maha Shivaratri Puja Timings to know timings of four Prahars for your city.
As per Puja Viddhi, Abhishek of Shiva Lingam should be performed with different materials. The milk, rose water, sandalwood paste, yogurt, honey, Ghee, sugar and the water are commonly used for Abhishek. Devotees, who perform four Prahar Puja, must perform water Abhishek during first Prahar, curd Abhishek during second Prahar, Ghee Abhishek during third Prahar and honey Abhishek during fourth Prahar apart from other materials.
After the Abhishek ritual, Shiva Linga is adorned with the garland made of Bilva leaves. It is believed that Bilva leaves cool down Lord Shiva.
After that Chandan or Kumkum is applied to the Shiva Linga which is followed by lighting lamp and Dhupa. The other items which are used to adorn Lord Shiva include flower of Madar which is also known as Aak , Vibhuti which is also known as Bhasm. Vibhuti is sacred ash which is made using dried cow dung.
The mantra to chant during Puja duration is Om Namah Shivaya.
Devotees should break the fast next day after taking bath. Devotees should break the fast between sunrise and before the end of Chaturdashi Tithi to get maximum benefit of the Vrat. Please check Maha Shivaratri page to know the time to break the fast for your city.

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why do we celebrate women's day,why do we celebrate women's day on 8th march,why we celebrate women's day on 8th march

International Women's Day (IWD), originally called International Working Women's Day On   8 March 1857, women working in clothing and textile factories (called 'garment workers') in New York City, in the United States, staged a protest. They were fighting against inhumane working conditions and low wages. The police attacked the protestors and dispersed them. Two years later, again in March, these women formed their first labour union to try and protect themselves and gain some basic rights in the workplace.
On 8 March 1908, 15,000 women marched through New York City demanding shorter work hours, better pay, voting rights and an end to child labour. They adopted the slogan "Bread and Roses", with bread symbolizing economic security and roses a better quality of life. In May, the Socialist Party of America designated the last Sunday in February for the observance of National Women's Day.
Following the declaration of the Socialist Party of America, the first ever National Woman's Day was celebrated in the United States on 28 February 1909. Women continued to celebrate it on the last Sunday of that month through 1913.

1996 Celebrating the Past, Planning for the Future
1997 Women and the Peace Table
1998 Women and Human Rights
1999 World Free of Violence Against Women
2000 Women Uniting for Peace
2001 Women and Peace: Women Managing Conflicts
2002 Afghan Women Today: Realities and Opportunities
2003 Gender Equality and the Millennium Development Goals
2004 Women and HIV/AIDS
2005 Gender Equality Beyond 2005; Building a More Secure Future
2006 Women in Decision-making
2007 Ending Impunity for Violence Against Women and Girls
2008 Investing in Women and Girls
2009 Women and Men United to End Violence Against Women and Girls
2010 Equal Rights, Equal Opportunities: Progress for All
2011 Equal Access to Education, Training, and Science and Technology: Pathway to Decent Work for Women
2012 Empower Rural Women, End Poverty and Hunger
2013 A Promise is a Promise: Time for Action to End Violence Against Women
2014 Equality for Women is Progress for All

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Little Genius Preschool & Child Care,little genius preschool & child care center,little genius preschool & childcare centre

We offer childcare to parent(s)/guardian(s) in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Specifically, we offer:
  • Full and part-time childcare for children ages 6 months to 4 years
  • After-school program for children ages 5 to 12 years
  • School’s out summer program for children ages 5 to 12 years
Highlights:
  • Programming based on the New Brunswick Curriculum Framework for Early Learning and Child Care
  • Advanced learning programs (eg. computer literacy)
  • Snacks and meals
  • Extended morning and evening hours
  • Diverse range of activities
  • Outings
  • New facility
  • Spacious outdoor play area
Location:
Address: 
 6-3-563/28B, Amway Road, Erramanzil Colony, Khairatabad, Hyderabad
Landmark: Near Taj Krishna
Contact:

Ph.no.9030000125
Email:littlegenius.yolasite.com

  Menu:

Day A.M Snack Noon P.M. Snack
Monday Milk
Orange
Cereal Bar
Milk
Meat & Veggie Pizza
Apple Sauce
Juice
Banana-split
Tuesday Juice
Celery & Dip
Animal Crackers
Milk
Tuna Melt
Tomato Soup
Milk
Orange
Whole Wheat
Cheese Nachos
Wednesday Milk
Grapes
Raisin Bread
Milk
Hot Dog on Bun
Potatoes
Fuit Salad
Juice
Cheese Strings
Rice Cakes
Thursday Juice
Yogurt
Granola
Milk
Turkey Sandwich
w/ lettuce & tomato
Apple Sauce
Milk
Banana
Biscuits
Friday Milk
Strawberries
Goldfish Crackers
Milk
Breaded Fish
Green Beans
Roll
Juice
Pretzels
Apple
 
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tips for bathing your baby,tips for bathing newborn baby,bathing newborn baby girl,bathing newborn baby everyday

For children 6th months and above:
  • Avoid giving your baby a bath immediately after he’s eaten. Baby is more likely to spit up post-meal, and you don’t want him to need a second bath before she’s out of the first. 
  • Bathe the baby in a room, which is warm and draft-free and a place you both can relax and be comfortable.
  • Choose a bath time when you’re unlikely to be interrupted (by phone calls or visitors)
  • Take off your watch and jewellery and wash your hands.
  • Keep a basin of water nearby and a thick towel on which you can place the baby immediately after you have bathed her.
  •  Test the water temperature with your elbow or wrist. The recommended bath temperature for babies is about 36°C.
  • To avoid overdrying skin, try adding bath oil (unperfumed is better) to the water. Avoid bubble baths – they remove natural oils from the skin. Moisturisers such as sorbolene and aqueous creams can help stop newborn skin drying out. Newborn babies don’t need shampoo for their hair.Use mild soaps only for baby’s tender skin and wash the body gently.
  • Slowly, ease your infant into the water in a good baby bathtub or the kitchen sink.
  • If you feel that your hands get too slippery on the skin once you have scrubbed her with the soap, then you may try wearing a pair of old cotton gloves.
  •  Put a towel on the bottom of the sink or tub to prevent the baby from slipping.
  • Do not use soap on baby’s face as it can hurt her eyes.
  • Before undressing your baby, wipe her eyelids (from inner eye to outer eye) with cotton wool dipped in lukewarm water, using a different piece of cotton wool for each eye. Then wash her whole face. Be careful not to put anything into her ears or nose.
  • If your baby doesn’t like being alone in the water, you can climb into the bathtub with the baby and bathe with her. It gives you great skin-to-skin contact time. If your baby is breastfeeding, you baby may even want to nurse in the tub.
  • Bath toys such as classic rubber ducks can attract older children  bathtubs.
  • If your child is afraid of bathtubs, you may try taking shower with your baby.
  • Never leave your baby in the bath unattended. Children can drown quickly and quietly.
For new born Baby:
  • Choose a bath time when you’re unlikely to be interrupted (by phone calls or visitors)
  • Take off your watch and jewellery and wash your hands.
  • Keep a basin of water nearby and a thick towel on which you can place the baby immediately after you have bathed her. 
  • Undress your baby, taking his nappy off last. 
  • Massage with oil total body.
  • Cradle your baby’s head with one arm, supporting her head and neck with the other arm. Gently lower her into the bath, feet first, keeping a close hold at all times.
  • Supporting his head, lay your baby down in the bath so the back of his head is submerged. Gently splash some water onto his head.
  • Wash your baby’s hair once or twice a week. You don’t need shampoo for newborn hair.
  • Gently wash your baby’s genitals and bottom last, using water only.Also clean out any bits of poo or vomit from her body creases
  • Supporting your baby’s head and neck, lift him out of the bath then place him on his back on a clean, dry, soft towel.
  • Wrap your baby in the towel and pat dry. Pay attention to skin creases, including armpits, groin, under the chin, around the neck and behind the ears.
  •  Putting his nappy on first and dress your baby.
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Immunization Schedule for Babies,vaccine schedule for baby,vaccine schedule for baby in usa

Now a days, there are so many diseases that parents can protect their child from, by giving them the right vaccination, at the right time.Vaccination details for child given protect your child with right vaccine. 
Hepatitis B Vaccine:
  • The first dose of Hepatitis B vaccine has to be administered within 12 hours of the birth of the child.
  • The second dose of Hepatitis B vaccine has to be administered not earlier than 1 month and not later than 2 months from the birth of the child.
  • The third and final dose of Hepatitis B vaccine has to be administered not earlier than 6 months and not later than 18 months from the birth of the child.
Oral Polio:
Children should be vaccinated with four doses of IPV at the following ages:
  • A dose at 2 months
  • A dose at 4 months
  • A dose at 6-18 months
  • A booster dose at 4-6 years
BCG:
bacille Calmette-Guerinat birth or 4-6 weeks of age.
Rotavirus Vaccine:
  • The first dose of Rotavirus vaccine has to be administered not earlier than 6 weeks and not later than 14 weeks from the birth of the child.
  • The second and final dose of Rotavirus vaccine has to be administered in the 8th month after the birth of the child.
Diphtheria and Tetanus Toxoids and Acellular Pertussis (DTP) vaccine:
  • The first dose of DTaP vaccine has to be administered in the 2nd month after the birth of the child.
  • The second dose of DTaP vaccine has to be administered in the 4th month after the birth of the child.
  • The third dose of DTaP vaccine has to be administered in the 6th month after the birth of the child.
  • The fourth dose of DTaP vaccine has to be administered not earlier than 15 months and not later than 18 months from the birth of the child.
  • The fifth and final dose of DTaP vaccine has to be administered not earlier than 4 years and not later than 6 years from the birth of the child.
 Haemophilus Influenzae Type B Conjugate Vaccine (Hib):
  • The first dose of Hib vaccine has to be administered in the 2nd month after the birth of the child.
  • The second dose of Hib vaccine has to be administered in the 4th month after the birth of the child.
  • The third dose of Hib vaccine has to be administered in the 6th month after the birth of the child.
  • The fourth and final dose of Hib vaccine has to be administered not earlier than 12 months and not later than 15 months from the birth of the child.
 Pneumococcal Vaccine:

  • The first dose of Pneumococcal vaccine has to be administered in the 2nd month after the birth of the child.
  • The second dose of Pneumococcal vaccine has to be administered in the 4th month after the birth of the child.
  • The third dose of Pneumococcal vaccine has to be administered in the 6th month after the birth of the child.
  • The fourth and final dose of Pneumococcal vaccine has to be administered not earlier than 12 months and not later than 15 months from the birth of the child.
Injectable polio (Inactivated) Poliovirus Vaccine:
  • The first dose of Inactivated Poliovirus vaccine has to be administered in the 2nd month after the birth of the child.
  • The second dose of Inactivated Poliovirus vaccine has to be administered in the 4th month after the birth of the child.
  • The third dose of Inactivated Poliovirus vaccine has to be administered not earlier than 6 months and not later than 18 months from the birth of the child.
  • The fourth and final dose of Inactivated Poliovirus vaccine has to be administered not earlier than 4 years and not later than 6 years from the birth of the child.
Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) Vaccine:
  • The first dose of MMR vaccine has to be administered not earlier than 12 months and not later than 15 months from the birth of the child.
  • The second dose of MMR vaccine has to be administered not earlier than 4 years and not later than 6 years from the birth of the child.
Hepatitis A Vaccine:
  • Two doses of Hepatitis A vaccine have to be administered between the period ranging from the 12th month to the 23rd month of the child, providing a minimum gap of six months between the two doses.
Meningococcal Vaccine:
  • Meningococcal Vaccine has to be administered to children aged 2 through 10 years with terminal complement component deficiency, anatomic or functional asplenia, and certain other high-risk groups.
 Chickenpox(Varicella) Vaccine:
  • The first dose of Varicella vaccine has to be administered not earlier than 12 months and not later than 15 months from the birth of the child.
  • The second dose of Varicella vaccine has to be administered not earlier than 4 years and not later than 6 years from the birth of the child.
Influenza Vaccine:
  • Influenza vaccine has to be administered annually to children aged 6 months through 18 years.
Inactivated Typhoid Vaccin:
  • Should not be given to children younger than two years of age
  • One dose provides protection. It should be given at least two weeks before travel to allow the vaccine time to work
  • A booster dose is needed every two years for people who remain at risk
Live Typhoid Vaccine (Oral):
  • Should not be given to children younger than six years of age
  • Four doses, given two days apart, are needed for protection. The last dose should be given at least 1 week before travel to allow the vaccine time to work
  • A booster dose is needed every five years for people who remain at risk
Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis) Vaccine:
  • Kids aged 7 to 10 years who are not fully vaccinated against pertussis.
  • Adolescents aged 11 to 18 years (preferably at 11 or 12 years of age).
Cervical cancer vaccine:
The cervical cancer vaccine is recommended for girls and boys ages 11 to 12.Both vaccines(CDC and HPV) are given as a series of three injections over a six-month period. The second dose is given one to two months after the first dose, and the third dose is given six months after the first dose.

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 Little Genius Preschool & Child Care
 Ph.no.9030000125
6-3-563/28B, Amway Road, Erramanzil Colony, Khairatabad, HyderabadLandmark: Near Taj Krishna
KinderKare, Gachibowli
Ph.no.04064525689
3, Jayabheri Enclave, Gachibowli, Hyderabad
Landmark: Near Botanical Garden
KinderKare,Banjara Hills
Ph.no.04023375689    04023322152 9490681936
 59, Road No. 12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad
Bachpan , Madhapur
 Ph.no.9618755500
Image Hospital Lane, Madhapur, Hyderabad 




 Bachpan, Ameerpet
Plot No. 66, Sidhartha Nagar, Vengal Rao Nagar, Ameerpet, Hyderabad
Landmark: Beside Reliance Fresh
Ph.no.04032444684 9347042004

Bachpan,Banjara Hills
Plot No. 499, Road No. 12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad
Landmark: Opposite to Audi Car Show Room Ph.no.04066362758 9000501918



Bachpan,Gandhinagar
1-1-405/4, Near Balaji Indraprasta Apartment, Gandhinagar, Hyderabad
Landmark: Opposite St. Gorge Church
Ph.no.9848343986

Little Elly, Srinagar Colony
No.8-3-833/23, Phase I, Kamalapuri Colony, Srinagar Colony, Hyderabad
Landmark: Near Satya Sai Mandapa
Ph.no.7702277301
Smartkidz Playschool, Kompally
Plot No.4, Oaktree Enclave Duplex Building, Inside Prajay Appartments,  Kompally, Hyderabad 
 Ph.no.9000931813
Smartkidz Playschool, Ramanthapur
H.No.3-10-20/33, Gokhale Nagar, Ramanthapur, Hyderabad
Ph.no.04064546989 92464546989




Smartkidz Playschool, Bowenpally
Plot No:25, Ramaraju Nagar, Military Dairy Farm, Old Bowenpally, Bowenpally, Secunderabad
Ph.no.04064605940 9949504466




Smartkidz Playschool,Padma Rao Nagar 
6-1-190/25/1, Padma Rao Nagar, Secunderabad
Ph.no.9000528726 9000528725 04027500375



Baalyam, Alwal
H.No.16-76, Sainagar Colony, Lothukunta, Alwal, Secunderabad
Ph.no.04065121201 9248121201
Sunshine Preschool, Ameerpet
House No. 7-1-214/4, Dharam Karam Road, Ameerpet, Hyderabad 
Ph.no.04023731926
  



Royal Kids World 9, Kukatpally
Plot No : 1 & 2, 2 Nd Floor, Beside Vasanth Nagar Main GATE, Hydernagar, Sadar Patel Nagar, Kukatpally, Hyderabad
Ph.No.04067115377 04042408099
 

 


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batata vada recipe,aloo bonda,potato dumplings,potato dumplings indian

Ingredients: 

For vada:
3 medium potatoes boiled peeled and  chopped roughly
1 tbsp oil
1/2 tbsp black mustard seeds
1/4 tbsp turmeric
1 tbsp finely chopped ginger
1 green chili finely chopped
chopped coriander leaves

 curry leaves chopped
 salt 
For batter:

1/2 cup besan,
1 tbsp rice flour
pinch of  asafetida
1/4 tbsp baking powder
1/4 tbsp red pepper
 salt
 water
Oil or deep fry

Method:

First make a batter,In a bowl mix besan, rice flour, salt, asafetida, pepper, and baking powder. Add water slowly to make a thick and smooth batter. Set aside.
For vada,In pan heat oil.add mustard seeds as the seeds crack add curry leaves,potatoes, ginger, green chili, turmeric, and salt.Stir and fry for few min over medium heat. Add chopped coriander leaves mix it well. Turn of the heat.Let the potato mix cool off, divide them into small pieces and make them into smooth round ball,Heat oil for deep pan on medium high heat.Dip the potato balls into the batter one at a time, making sure the potato balls are completely covered with batter. Then, slowly drop them into the frying pan.Fry the batata vadas until all sides are golden-brown.Serve them hot with coriander chutney.Thanks for Visiting www.womenspage.in

blushing lady cocktail,blushing lady cocktail recipe,valentine's day special drinks,summer special

Ingredients:

30grm Pomegranate Liqueur
50grm vodka
30grm pink grapefruit juice
Lemon wedge for garnish
Coarse sugar for rimming

Method:

Rub a wedge of lemon around the rim of a cocktail glass and dip the glass into a plate of coarse sugar. Set it aside.Pour the remaining ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice.Shake and strain into the prepared glass.Garnish with a lemon wedge.
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drink recipes for valentine's day,sweetheart berry,non alcoholic drinks,berry sweetheart mocktail,summer special

Ingredients:

2 cups red cranberry juice
3 cups apple juice
1/4cup  honey
Maraschino cherry for garnish

Method:

Fill a glass with ice cubes.Add the juices and honey to a mixing glass.Stir the ingredients with a barspoon.Pour the contents of the mixing glass into the serving glass.Garnish with a maraschino cherry.



Health benefits of  sweetheart berry:
The antioxidants in berries can help your body fight oxidative stress caused by free radicals that can lead to illness. Eating a diet rich in antioxidants can help improve your health, protect your skin and hair, and prevent certain diseases. All fruits and vegetables contain antioxidants, but nutrient-rich berries are some of the absolute best sources.   
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